Steve Hauschildt can be an American digital musician most widely known for co-founding the highly acclaimed Cleveland-based ambient trio Emeralds. Produced in 2006, the group (which contains Hauschildt along with guitarist Tag McGuire and fellow synthesizer master John Elliott) had been largely from the American sound/avant-garde underground, but their music generally eschewed abrasive noises, rather crafting immersive, ambitious soundscapes highly similar to Berlin-school/kosmische artists such as for example Tangerine Wish and Klaus Schulze. Hauschildt made a label known as Gneiss Stuff in 2007, launching music by Emeralds aswell as his very own single works, furthermore to produces by friends such as for example Oneohtrix Point Hardly ever, Sam Goldberg, and Pulse Emitter. Hauschildt released some more limited cassettes and CD-Rs on brands such as for example Arbor and Deception Isle, but unlike his bandmates, he didn’t come with an exhausting selection of aspect tasks and collaborations beyond Emeralds. The trio released many well-regarded albums, especially 2009’s What Occurred (released by No Fun Productions) and 2010’s WOULD IT APPEAR TO BE I’m Right here? (on Editions Mego), and gigged hugely, including performances starting for Throbbing Gristle and Caribou. In 2011, Hauschildt agreed upon to Kranky being a single musician and released his debut record in November: the shimmering, majestic double-LP Tragedy & Geometry. This is implemented in November of 2012 by Sequitur, a shorter record that featured an elevated existence of drum devices and shiny synth-pop melodies; Emeralds’ record Just to Experience Anything, released that same month, explored an identical path. Emeralds disbanded in early 2013 after McGuire still left the group; Hauschildt and Elliott primarily announced programs to soldier on being a duo, however they subsequently went their separate methods. Later through the season, Editions Mego released S/H, an extended double-CD collecting music from Hauschildt’s personal archives. The collection’s initial disc consisted completely of previously unreleased materials documented from 2010-2012, as the second disc extended dating back to 2005, including uncommon paths previously released just on limited cassettes and CD-Rs. In 2014, Hauschildt was asked to compile the initial disc of Atmosphere Structure IV, a double-CD ambient compilation; he included choices by Heathered Pearls, Reflection to Reflection, Le Révélateur, yet others, aswell as two of his very own new parts. Hauschildt came back to Kranky in 2015 with Where All Can be Fled, another expansive double-LP of gleaming, arpeggio-heavy ambient parts consistent with his debut recording, but adding some fresh elements, such as for example atmospheric techno beats around the monitor “Aequus.” A season afterwards, Kranky released Hauschildt’s 4th single record, Strands.