Seattle-based multi-instrumentalist Jason Holstrom is normally a member from the United State of Electronica, a producer, remixer, and single artist. Holstrom used bands like the University Idea as well as the Lincolns in the past due ’90s, and tasks such as Great and Dolour in the first 2000s. He transferred into creation and blending in 2003 with Ryan T. Rockers, Esquire’s Monkey vs. Automatic robot; his various other credits consist of Aqueduct’s I Available Gold. As an associate of U.S.E., he remixed Of Montreal’s “Requiem for O.M.M.2” in 2006. Holstrom’s debut record of isle pop The Thieves of Kailua, was motivated by a visit to Hawaii and his abilities over the ukulele; created, performed, and documented completely by Holstrom, it had taken three years to finish and premiered in 2007 by Mill Fish-pond.