Although Jonathon Tye’s are one-half of MLO has turned mainly on ambient and house, his solo are Twisted Technology has headed for the jagged edge of extremity, exploiting the greater beastly potential of jungle, midtempo breakbeat, and hardcore techno against a wall of piercing noise and distortion. His debut launch, appropriately entitled “Independence of Sound,” premiered in 1995 by Tony Morley’s well-respected Leaf label, which, like Tye’s personal Lo Recordings imprint, appears most of all committed to pressing the limitations of genre and stylistic conventionality. “Independence from Sound” ably conveyed this plan as a dual-12-in . of ruthless, unrelenting sonic experimentation, usually under just a few minutes per monitor, and singularly focused on the artwork of the off-put. His following function — 1997’s Chilly Fusion EP (also on Leaf) — supported from the overkill a little, beguiling by technique instead of madness, even though twists and becomes of its eight songs make it similarly difficult to obtain one’s mind around. The debut Twisted Technology full-length, Blown, premiered in June 1997. The Sharpest Device in the Package followed twelve months later.