A brief biography


in the mid-90s, discovering the wonderful world of music trackers

A large part of my formative years, the late mid-90s to early 2000, were spent playing in a band. Electronic music wasn’t cool back then, it was associated largely with cheap-sounding air-headed dance music and because of that I never wanted it to be part of my identity. I spent my free time making music with music trackers and being part of the demoscene.

With the emerging experimental electronic sound that suddenly became credible following the release of Radiohead’s Kid A in 2000, using electronic elements started becoming cool again. Even though my main focus still was acoustic music, I completed a bachelor’s degree in Music Technology at NTNU, so programming music was still part of my DNA.

After that, I had become tired of music altogether. The whole music scene had left me weary, so I went on to start working with design and animation. For almost ten years, I stopped playing and producing (with a few exceptions) until around 2012 where I decided to rekindle my old passion.

Much had happened since I was active, and luckily technology had made everything more accessible. I discovered Reaper, which really spoke to me. After some experimenting I decided I was ready to share my music again, and so Limbic Void was born.

Photo of Limbic Void

Photo by Mikke Walle.



More experimentation, more collaborations.

The natural next steps for me is abandoning the commercial sounding production I’ve been practicing so far in order to explore more experimental soundscapes. I’ve rediscovered the fun of pushing synths and samples outside their comfort zone, and I feel as if my next release will take me in a slightly different direction.

Having been able to work with talented vocalists has also been a great experience and something I’d love to do more of. If you or someone you know should be interested, feel free to send me a sample of your work and I’ll be more than happy to give it a listen.