The enigmatic and nomadic purveyor or beats, drones, ambient textures, and remixes. Editor and executioner of found sounds, beeps, buzzes, and other audio.
iGod's first album Fuckscapes has a more techno leaning than the later work and was critically well-received in Europe (see atome, techno.de, etc.). It was designed as a sound-cycle that moved through the phases of physical love. Fuckscapes was followed by Fire In The Hole in 2005, a soundtrack exploration of the life of young Satam Al Suqami from adolescence to martyrdom. This concept brought adamant requests for lyric sheets from law enforcement agencies posing as interested music consumers. Being an instrumental record, they were eventually sent blank sheets of paper.
iGod's watershed Google Search & Destroy was released in 2007 and features the popular track "Wendy Kubrick and the Kubrick Rubrick". Several collaborations followed, most notably Corpse City with Kenji Siratori, noted Japanese Bizzaro Fiction writer. Other collaborations include providing beat tracks for Chicago street hip-hop legend Sharkula, and an atmospheric collections of tracks rooted in poetry and field recordings recorded in the UK with Lisa Eye,