In 1998 Julian's four track recorder was tragically destroyed. A sound tracker completely changed everything and Hitori Tori was born. Agitated breaks became combined with tweaked arpeggiated synth lines, and a few lugubrious tones were thrown into the background for good measure.
Julian first released several tracks under the artist name Finch on the Sugarmonk Omniscience Complilation in 1999, and a full-length album under the artist name 'Fasp' was released on the Nishi net-label in 2002. 2010 saw the release of three Hitori Tori EPs on various online labels. He was soon contacted for a detailed personal interview by the developers of Renoise (a music software company), who were intrigued by his live 'controllerism' jams they had witnessed on Youtube. Hitori Tori has also bee..