Huhta started his musical career in the early eighties as a member of Freddie Wadling's post-punk band Cortex. He later joined the Swedish hardcore band Anti Cimex, in which Jean-Louis played percussion between 1984 and 1987. Since then he has participated in various bands and more or less experimental (art-)projects. Together with Texas Instruments he created rhythm-based, industrial noise and as a member of the art collective Lucky People Center  he found his way to the contemporary dance music. He has also tried his hand at funk, hip hop and go-go music with The Stonefunkers. With The Skull Defekts (with Daniel Fagerström, Joachim Nordwall, Henrik Rylander and Daniel Higgs) he toured the United States in 2009.
Dungeon Acid – his solo acid techno project.
Brommage Dub with Jesper Dalhbäck.
High Boys with Joachim Nordwall.
1+1=3 with Samon Takahashi, Stephen Whitmarsh, Per Huttner and Robert Oostenveld.
Groups that he had previously been a member of include: Cortex, Anti Cimex, Texas Instruments, Stonefunkers, Flesh Quartet, Disco 3000 (with Simon J. Hartley), 413, Lucky People Center and The Skull Defekts.
Partial discography, not including a myriad of 12" releases.
As Jean-Louis Huhta
• Between the World and Death (2007).
• No History No Future (2015)
As Dungeon Acid
With Zbigniew Karkowski and Lars Åkerlund
• Horology (2013)
• A Bird in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Bush (2016)
Huhta's father hails from Trinidad and has a large blues and soul music collection. His mother was from Tervola, Finland. He moved to Stockholm from his Native Gothenburg in the 1990s and is living and working in Copenhagen, since 2018. In his teens, Huhta became a fan of SPK, Einstürzende Neubauten and other electronica pioneers. He says this musical mixture can be heard in his music and drumming style.
His younger brother is rapper ADL.
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Määränpäänä on Tervola, äidin synnyinpaikkakunta.
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Born to Trinidadian and Finnish parents in Sweden ...
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Jean-Louis Huhta ... Himself, Frans Huhta's brother
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