Located in Ypsilanti, MI, a town located between Ann Arbor and Detroit, producer/DJ Todd Osborn 1st gained notoriety outdoors his region as Soundmurderer, liberating hyper-intense ragga jungle productions in his Rewind label with partner SK-1 (Tadd Mullinix, aka Dabrye, James T. Natural cotton). The interest paid to Soundmurderer peaked with a combination for Violent Turd, 2003’s Wired for Audio, which whipped through 60 monitors in under 70 a few minutes. Techno and home releases acknowledged to Todd Osborn and Osborne surfaced the prior year on brands like Toss and Ghostly International offshoot Spectral Sound; around once, Osborn was also collaborating with Brian Gillespie as Starski & Clutch, who released a small number of ghetto-tech singles on Databass. A small number of Osborne Spectral produces trickled out through 2008, resulting in a self-titled record that was unsurprisingly eclectic, with singular spins on many strands of home, techno, and digital pop. He in addition has controlled with Mullinix as TNT — with produces and remixes that do to acid home the actual Soundmurderer & SK-1 materials do to drum’n’bass, deploying reverent irreverence — and provides released cassette-only recordings as Musk and Superstructure.