Helm may be the dark ambient/sound task of Luke Younger, a London-based audio artist with origins in hardcore punk and industrial. His frequently extended compositions are built using electronic tools and discovered or modified tools, and frequently feature bloating drones of severe, rusty feedback aswell as more organized, rhythmic components. Younger primarily became referred to as one-half of Parrots of Hold off, his experimental duo with Steven Warwick (later on referred to as Heatsick), who released over two-dozen LPs, 7″s, cassettes, and CD-R’s between 2005 and 2010. After several produces under his personal name, Younger started using the name Helm for his single function in 2006, and released limited CD-Rs and tapes over another couple of years on brands including Blackest Rainbow, Peasant Magik, 905 Tapes, and RRRecords (within the label’s long-running Recycled Music series). Helm’s initial vinyl discharge was 2010’s To a finish, that was also the initial discharge on Younger’s Alter label. This is implemented in 2011 by Cryptography on Graham Lambkin’s Kye. 2012 noticed the discharge of Geneva Cave, a restricted cassette on Dominick Fernow’s Medical center Productions, aswell as Difficult Symmetry, Helm’s debut LP for Costs Kouligas’ Skillet label. Painstakingly made during the period of a calendar year, the record was Younger’s most ambitious and sonically amazing work to time, and was well-received by many experimental music magazines. Skillet and Alter co-released Helm’s 2013 12″ EP Silencer, that was quickly accompanied by sister EP The Hollow Body organ in early 2014. Also in early 2014, Matthew Mondanile’s New Pictures label released Impasse, an LP model of a restricted Helm CD-R from 2008 including previously unreleased materials. Helm’s next correct full-length was 2015’s Olympic Clutter, a dual LP on Skillet which emphasized the rhythmic, loop-based components of his audio while staying chaotic and unstable.