Spacer is a car for renowned electronica engineer/maker Luke Gordon to loosen up and display what he is able to do by himself. Gordon was fired up to electronic-dance music by Herbie Hancock’s traditional “Rockit,” and by the first ’90s he started executive for such functions as the Shoes, La Funk Mob, and Chris Bowden. But Gordon’s real love was creating his personal music, as some of his monitors made an appearance on obscure compilations prior to the discharge of Spacer’s 1996 debut record, Atlas Earth, including guest music artists Bowden, Ian “Juryman” Simmonds, and Potential Moore. That same calendar year, another Spacer monitor, the epic “Contrazoom,” was released as an individual and featured over the compilation Pussy Galore, which demonstrated well-known in dance night clubs. 1997 noticed Gordon remixing monitors for others (like the Cure’s “Eliminated”), along with the collaborative record Mail Purchase Justice (acknowledged to Simmonds vs. Spacer), as well as the single record Sensory Guy. Spacer toured European countries in 1998 and Gordon also discovered time to make Crimson Snapper’s sophomore work Making Bones as well as the music group Dip (including previous Sugarcubes member Sigi). In 2001, Gordon finished Spacer’s second discharge, Beamer, a sonically wealthy record that features home, techno, dub, jazz, orchestrated strings, and brass.