Located in Antwerp, Belgium, Yves De Mey is certainly a sound designer and engineer whose functions have got ranged from submerged minimal techno to expansive long-form drones. He primarily produced music through the past due ’90s beneath the name Eavesdropper, getting started with abstract drum’n’bass before steadily moving toward even more experimental function, including ratings for dance and movie theater performances. Eavesdropper’s last release was a minor techno 12″ entitled Ibidem in ’09 2009; after that, De Mey mainly used his provided name for his single recordings. He co-founded Sendai with Peter Truck Hoesen, as well as the duo’s sound progressed from dubby techno to sparse, clicky IDM and clattering commercial textures. Sendai debuted in ’09 2009 with two techno 12″s promptly expressing: System Plan and Sustaining the String. De Mey’s single recording Lichtung, a 35-minute rating to a dance overall performance by Catherine Jodoin, premiered by Richard Chartier’s Collection label that same 12 months. Two years later on, well-regarded U.K. ambient techno label Sandwell Area released De Mey’s dual-12″ EP Keeping track of Triggers. Pursuing Sendai’s 2012 debut full-length Geotope (promptly expressing), De Mey released three single EPs in 2013: Transfer (Modal Evaluation), Frisson (Archives Intérieures), and Metrics (Opal Tapes). He released an EP entitled Dual Slit on Semantica Information in 2014, and Sendai’s second recording, A Smaller Separate, made an appearance on Archives Intérieures. He finished the year having a techno EP entitled Decrease Bounds (Internal Surface area Music), released under fresh pseudonym Gray Branches. In early 2016, Sendai released a break up EP with Cassegrain on Konstrukt, and De Mey released single double-LP Drawn with Darkness Pens on Range Spools.