Doormouse

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This article is about the electronic musician. For the rodent, see Dormouse.

Doormouse is an alias of electronic musician[1] and breakcore producer, live performer and DJ Daniel Martin born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, now living in Miami, Florida. He sometimes appears as Dan Doormouse. He began making music and DJing in the 90s. In 1997 he founded Addict Records "to explore different realms of 'experimental electronic' based music". Later he also started Distort as a sublabel of Addict.

Discography[edit]

  • 414 Tracks (1996, Digitalhut Sounds)
  • Body Partz (1997, Digitalhut Sounds)
  • Distort 1 (1997, Distort Records)
  • Distort 2 (split with Unibomber) (1998, Distort Records)
  • Insideout Liver Meat Balloon (1998, Digitalhut Sounds)
  • Your Drugged Future (1998, Deadly Systems)
  • Distort 3 (split with Unibomber) (1999, Distort Records)
  • Distort 4 / Squirt EP (split with Unibomber) (1999, Distort Records)
  • Mama Didn't Raise No Punk, I Made Myself One EP (2001, Addict)
  • Unibomber Ate A Donkey Dick E.P. (2001, Distort Records)
  • Broken (2002, Planet Mu)
  • Freaked Out Mess (2002, Addict)
  • The Album? (2002, Addict)
  • Why Does This Keep Happening To Me? (2002, Distort Records)
  • Zod 06 (2002, Zod)
  • Bowelcore (2003, Addict)
  • Messed Out Freak (2003, Addict)
  • Night On Earth 03 (split /w Tzii) (2003, Night On Earth)
  • Say, Is That A Pickle In Your Pocket? (/w Subjex) (2003, Combine)
  • The Method Vol. 1 (2003, Violent Turd)
  • Distort 7 (2004, Distort Records)
  • Distort 8 (2004, Distort Records)
  • I Heart Country (2004, Addict)
  • I Heart Metal (2004, Addict)
  • I Heart Rap (2004, Addict)
  • Skelechairs (2004, Addict)
  • Fractured Hearts (2005, Peace Off)
  • Hand Hammered (2005, Distort Records)
  • I Heart Polka (2005, Addict)
  • Major Changes (2005, Sublight Records, Inc.)
  • Return Of The Gung Gung (2005, Epileptik Productions)
  • Stanley Yershinowski Presents... Xylophone Jism As The Ridiculator (2005, Cock Rock Disco)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reeves, Mosi (May 6, 2004). "Home Weird Home". Miami New Times. Retrieved 4 August 2011. 

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