Located in Minnesota, this quartet of electric guitars and synthesizers generates a music somewhere within trippy space rock and roll and ambient electronica. It mixes components of ambient and drone music with something even more pulsating. The living of the group continues to be shaky since all users have other tasks to wait to, but two albums arrived up to now, the 1997 HOW COME A 4? as well as the 2002 Encounter the Automatic robot. Keyboardist Jason Shapiro and guitarist/sound designer Paul Horn had been collaborating on a bit for a overall performance at Intermedia Arts in Sept 1996. At exactly the same time the second option was also focusing on drone music with guitarist/keyboardist Fred Teasley. Since both tasks were nearing ambient music from different perspectives, he made a decision to provide them together and find out what occurred. The three of these started to compose material. Per month afterwards bassist Dave Onnen was earned and Teasley christened the quartet Blue Change. Jason Ducklinsky jumped up to speed a few times prior to the group’s debut on the initial Future Ideal event (a string curated by Chris Strouth) on Dec 9, 1996. In March of 1997, Blue Change transformed its name to Ousia (a term selected in Aristotle’s Metaphysics) after getting informed that a minimum of two various other U.S.-structured bands were actively utilizing the same name (one of these, a prog rock group from California, had only released their debut Compact disc, Not the near future I Requested). Around once, Ducklinsky bailed out. The quartet provided numerous performances around their state throughout 1997 as well as the initial a few months of 1998, sometimes sharing the costs with Laibach, Skye Klad, Third Eyes Base, and Windy & Carl. In Sept 1997 they released their initial record on UltraModern. Both group and record gained many end-of-year honours from the neighborhood press. IN-MAY 1998, feeling the theory was deteriorating and regardless of the comparative success, the associates decided to divide after one last appearance at Potential Ideal V. Horn continued to make mainly house recordings and continuing to collaborate with Shapiro as Alpha 61 (a monitor appears in the collective Potential Perfect’s 2001 Compact disc The Nature of your time). Shapiro also performs with Ana Voog and free of charge improv percussionist Milo Great. Onnen became a member of the psych-rockers Skye Klad. Out of nowhere the group reformed in 2001, resumed live actions, and released Encounter the Automatic robot on Mutant Music in March 2002. Around once, Horn, Onnen, Skye Klad drummer Matt Zaun, Glen Jones, and Mike Croswell teamed up within the group Di Dollari.