Among Uwe Schmidt’s many pseudonyms, Lassigue Bendthaus may be the prolific and experimental artist’s electro-industrial task. Parade Amoureuse released the very first Lassigue Bendthaus launch, Matter (later on released in the us by Metropolis). Next, Schmidt relocated his Lassigue Bendthaus task towards the Contempo label, leading to the discharge of Cloned (1992), an recording exploiting the idea of sampling. Cloned: Binary followed the recording, this collection being truly a disassembled edition of Cloned comprising a ridiculous amount of examples that Schmidt desired his listeners to rework. The ultimate Lassigue Bendthaus produces, Render and Render Audible, arrived in 1994 around the KK label. By this time around, Schmidt’s Atom Center task had become remarkably successful, demanding a lot of his interest and effort.