Anti-hero refusenik Marco Haas adopted his surreal moniker, lifted from your William S. Burroughs tale The Dreamcops, in 1997. T. Raumschmiere’s cranky electro-punk combines from rock and roll to hip-hop into one fuzzed-out, danceable post-apocalyptic assault around the cortex. Haas (Raumschmiere) started releasing brash and broken music under this name by himself Shitkatapult label in addition to on Kompakt and Significant Records while keeping a part gig in his metallic/punk band Split Whore Culture. In 2002, T. Raumschmiere almost concurrently released the brutal and experimental THE FANTASTIC Rock ‘n’ Move Swindle on Shitkatapult, as well as the rusty and abrasive manifesto Anti on Hefty. Radio Blackout, T. Raumschmiere’s most available album up to now, was released by Novamute in Sept 2003. With guests like Miss Kittin and seductive feminine MC Soom T., the nervy record scrapes it is way through harmful and metallic Euro-dance gravel and slinky virtual-sex-soundtracks-gone-haywire. The singles, just like the minimalist but menacing Monstertruckdriver as well as the wailing and anarchic Rabaukendisko, feature remixes by such luminaries as Dabrye as well as the Insect. Blitzkrieg Pop (2005) and Random Noize Classes, Vol. 1 (2006) adopted.