Twisted Science is the project of British disc jockey Jon Tye, who started by
making ambient-house remixes with MLO and 2Player.
Twisted Science was born with the EPs Freedom of Noise (Leaf, 1995) and
Cold Fusion (Leaf, 1996), two milestones of post-dance dance-music.
Twisted Science is to techno what
Sonic Youth is to rock and roll.
The fury of hard-core techno is brutalized by layers of abrasive electronica,
distorted hip-hop beats, jungle polyrhythms, industrial cacophony.
Ruthless and unrelenting, his wall of noise is
even more experimental than Spring Heel Jack or
Squarepusher, often recalling the free-form
The EP Slack Dog (Lo, 1996) is a side project, but no less dissonant.
Blown (Lo, 1997)
The Sharpest Tool In The Box (Lo, 1998)
are Tye's most profound reflections on the art of dance music.
Surprisingly, Twisted Science's third full-length,
Deep and Warm (Lo, 1999), is a disco-friendly ambient psychedelic
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