Most widely known for his mind-bending IDM and breakcore produces while Venetian Snares, Canadian electronic music maker Aaron Funk in addition has explored his acidity, electro, and new influx influences beneath the alias Last Stage. Unlike the majority of his Snares materials, his are Last Stage rarely features examples or breakbeats, rather focusing on noises made by analog synthesizers. The tempos and period signatures may also be a bit more tranquil than on usual Snares produces, but they sometimes get quite chaotic. Last Stage debuted anonymously in 2005 using the EP You’re a good Girl on Globe Mu, accompanied by Bhavani, an electronic EP released by Task 168 in 2006. Last Step’s “Lives with Angel” was a standout monitor on Globe Mu’s double-disc compilation Sacred Icons of Mu, also released in 2006. The project’s self-titled debut record appeared over the label in 2007, including every one of the monitors from You’re a good Girl aswell as “Lives with Angel.” Following the album’s discharge, it was uncovered that Funk was in charge of the task. Last Step’s second full-length, the shiny, playful 1961, offering efforts from drummer Balázs Pándi (acknowledged as Mustache), implemented in 2008. Funk resumed the moniker in 2012 for the discharge of Rest, a mini-album of monitors that the musician claimed he documented while drifting off to sleep. Considerably slower and much less busy than the majority of his various other recordings, the discharge was nevertheless shiny and effervescent, if somewhat drowsy. A sequel of kinds, Lost Rest, was self-released as an electronic EP on March 3, 2015 (3/03, in tribute towards the Roland TB-303 Bass Series synthesizer, that was integral towards the development of acidity house).