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.
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
• Bliss (2012)
• Live Somewhere in NYC (2016)
With Zbigniew Karkowski and Lars Åkerlund
• Horology (2013)
• A Bird in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Bush (2016)
His father hails from Trinidad and has a large blues and soul music collection. His mother was from Tervola, Finland. He 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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