|Birth name||Dylan Nathan|
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Nathan released his first EP in 1996 in Manchester on Autechre-affiliated Skam records, original home of Boards of Canada. Nathan toured with Autechre in 1997. Nathan's first album, Spectrum, was the first release on Mike Paradinas/µ-Ziq's Planet Mu label. Paradinas and Nathan studied architecture together in London 1991–94 on the same campus with Aphex Twin. Spectrum is a fusion of the breakbeat and IDM sound coming out of London at the time. Nathan's second album Geometry reflects his electronic roots, avoiding samples and venturing more into synthesis. Geometry was named by Thom Yorke as an influence on Radiohead's (2002) album 'Kid A'. Both Spectrum and Geometry were later licensed to Matador Records for release in North America, resulting in extensive tours of the United States.
Variance was released on Planet Mu Records on 20 July 2009. Variance is a double album composed of Variance Volume 1 and 2.
- SKA006 (1996, Skam)
- SKA009 (1997, Skam)
- Type Xero (1998, Planet Mu)
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