|Genres||Dream pop, industrial, noise rock, trip hop|
Lou Ciccotelli was a founding member of the noise rock group Drunk Tank, but parted with them after recording their two singles in 1989. The same year he briefly became a member of the industrial rock act Slab! shortly before they disbanded.
He later joined God, an industrial metal ensemble with free jazz leanings founded by British musician Kevin Martin. He recorded two studio albums with the band, Possession in 1992 and The Anatomy of Addiction in 1994, along with several live albums and EPs. He collaborated again with Martin on Bad Blood, an industrial hip hop project issued under the name Ice in 1998.
He began recording with the dream pop band Laika in 1994, first appearing on the EP Antenna and then on their full-length debut album Silver Apples of the Moon. He has since performed on all four of Laika's studio albums.
|1994||God||The Anatomy of Addiction||Big Cat|
|Laika||Silver Apples of the Moon||Too Pure|
|1997||Laika||Sounds of the Satellites||Too Pure|
|1999||Rhys Chatham||Hard Edge||Morpheus|
|Mass||From Zero||The Wire Editions|
|2000||Laika||Good Looking Blues||Too Pure|
|2001||Eardrum||Side Effects||The Leaf|
|2003||Laika||Wherever I Am I Am What Is Missing||Too Pure|
|2013||Dragline Speedway||Black Thunder||Gibbon Envy|
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