Blessed George Chadwick in the tiny city of New London, NH, the guy who would later on be referred to as the anticon musician Phone Jim Jesus got his initial flavor of electronica when high-school friend and bandmate/singer Dave Bryant, who was simply after that living at Chadwick’s home, bought a sampler. Although two, alongside drummer Matt Valerio, had been within a hardcore goth-punk music group, the less intense concepts in experimental rock and roll, hip-hop, and electronica interested them, as well as the glitches, bleeps, drones, chords, and loops that those styles accommodated begun to snatch their music. By enough time the trio managed to get out to Oakland in the past due ’90s, the thought of Restiform Physiques was created. The group — Chadwick, Bryant (aka Passing), and Valerio (aka the Bomarr Monk), alongside some help off their labelmates — released their self-titled full-length in 2002, with Phone Jim Jesus manning the keyboards, guitars, bass, results, and sampler. He also created tracks for various other anticon performers, including Singular and Pedestrian, and in 2004 he arrived with his very own single debut, the instrumental Stage TOO MUCH to Astronaut…. 3 years later, following a breakup using a long-term partner led to a few months of journeying, both around European countries as well as the U.S., TJJ released Anywhere Away from Everything.