As early as the 90s, Moritz was tweaking electronic sounds on his AMIGA in his storage for days and nights. At that time quite spartanic with 4 tones, 8 bit and 1 MB memory, taped on an 8 channel cassette multi-track recorder. The same enthusiasm for experimenting and programming has been shared by Martin since the 486 computers with as little as 16 MHz and 8 MB RAM. Always with the goal of reaching the limits of what is technically feasible. Though not everyone in the circle of friends could understand the enthusiasm, their parents were the only limit, when they sometimes wanted to get their well-earned sleep. Since the beginning, the drums were wired and routed by cheap compressors and effects. Drumheads were wrapped with plastic, guitars were digitally twisted on the computer – after a fashion for the most part. But Moritz and Martin have remained curious to experiment up until today. Both have been playing drums since they started. Moritz in different Hip Hop and Funk-Kombos, Martin from Rock to Heavy Metal. To this day, the rhythms of the beats are still the focus of their song-screwing. The bass, synths and melodies follow. And yet the basement and home studio is still overflowing with percussions, bongos and at times with just some junk you could draw a few new sounds from. Samples are recorded, shredded and crafted into new melodies. One can absolutely see this at their Live Gigs. Controlled chaos and cables are located all over their set, pretending to connect analog instruments with effect-racks and digital equipment. Being the sisterhood of drum-fanatics at their heart, off course all their acoustic drums are fully trigger-controlled.