Sandoz is among the most well-known single tasks of Sheffield, England-based electronic musician Richard H. Kirk, co-founder of commercial pioneers Cabaret Voltaire. His are Sandoz primarily targets fusions of dub reggae, ambient techno, acidity home, electro, and African tribal rhythms. Many of these components figured in to the debut Sandoz EP, Limbo, that was released in 1992 by Kirk’s personal Intone label. The full-length Digital Lifeforms made an appearance in 1993, accompanied by Intensely Radioactive in 1994; both albums became favorites from the “smart techno” masses. Every Guy Got Thinking was released in 1995, adopted in 1996 by Dark Continent, an extended CD version of the 12″ EP from 1993. Sandoz relocated to the Alphaphone label for 1997’s God Bless the Conspiracy, however the task returned to Contact the following yr with In Dub: Chant to Jah, which forced the dub impact towards the forefront. Pursuing 2001’s Afrocentris (on Intone), Spirit Jazz reissued In Dub and released recording songs “Scientific Exploitation” and “Ruler Dread” as singles. Digital Lifeforms was presented with a luxurious reissue by Mute’s sublabel The Gray Region in 2004; the 12″ EP Go back to the center of Darkness/Reworks made an appearance around once. In 2006, Spirit Jazz released Reside in the planet earth: Sandoz in Dub Section 2, along with a friend album entitled In Dub: Section Two/Extra Period (Beneath the Stones) premiered digitally by Intone. Another digital full-length, Acidity Editions (303 Excursions), made an appearance in ’09 2009, accompanied by Digital LIFE and SECURING EP, both in 2012. In 2016, Mute released #9294: Collected Functions 1992–1994, a package set comprising the two-CD release of Digital Lifeforms, remastered variations of Intensely Radioactive and Dark Continent, as well as the rarities disc Works the Voodoo Down.