Danish DJ and producer Tommy Gee shaped ambient-techno-funk outfit Tournesol with partner Thomas Lynge in 1990, following some live performances and a smattering of production work for Western european techno pioneer Kenneth Bager (of Dr. Baker popularity). Deriving the name from Gee’s propensity being a DJ for tossing in snippets of Tintin read-along information (Tournesol may be the mad teacher personality in Belgian musician Hergé’s famous remove), the group’s function first appeared over the Danish Compact disc task Secrets, funded by the federal government as a display for local unidentified talent. Carrying out a scattering of compilation performances and an extremely successful remix of the Cut’N’Move monitor, Tournesol signed using the Belgian R&S label, by which they’ve released all their EP- and album-length function under that name. Mainly participating ambient, techno, electro, and funk on monitors not instantly recognizable as dancefloor fare, Tournesol’s two full-length albums, Kokotsu and Moonfunk, are extremely respected for pressing genre limitations into regions of suggestive, far-reaching overlap. Furthermore to Tournesol, Gee in addition has released materials as Phrase Up and Phat Phorce. The group also penned a cope with EMI Denmark as Phuture Rhyme, a far more pop-oriented, mainstream dance crossover device.