Located in Ypsilanti, MI, a town located between Ann Arbor and Detroit, producer/DJ Todd Osborn 1st gained notoriety outdoors his region as Soundmurderer, liberating hyper-intense ragga jungle productions about his Rewind label with partner SK-1 (Tadd Mullinix, aka Dabrye, James T. Natural cotton). The eye paid to Soundmurderer peaked with a combination for Violent Turd, 2003’s Wired for Audio, which whipped through 60 paths in under 70 mins. Techno and home releases acknowledged to Todd Osborn and Osborne surfaced the prior year on brands like Toss and Ghostly International offshoot Spectral Sound; around once, Osborn was also collaborating with Brian Gillespie as Starski & Clutch, who released a small number of ghetto-tech singles on Databass. A small number of Osborne Spectral produces trickled out through 2008, resulting in a self-titled recording which was unsurprisingly eclectic, with singular spins on several strands of home, techno, and digital pop. He in addition has managed with Mullinix as TNT — with produces and remixes that do to acid home the actual Soundmurderer & SK-1 materials do to drum’n’bass, deploying reverent irreverence — and it has released cassette-only recordings as Musk and Superstructure.