Fast Facts
In reverse chronological order:

Jan 2001
Mastering (final mixing) of "Antisocialite" and "Getdown" begins. Website updated with improved online ordering system. namesuppressed assists with beta testing of RBC Voice Tweaker Pro.

December 2000
Studio upgraded to run latest version of Cool Edit 2000. Testing begins on an extensive collection of 80+ DirectX, VST & CE2K plugins to select a definitive array of audio tools.

November 2000
Writing of "Superstar" completed after 4 months work. Copies of November 2000 Demo (a CD-R of 15 unfinished namesuppressed tracks) are sent out to selected fans and music contacts.

October 2000
Writing begins on a track tentatively titled "Compressed To Hell", assembled from various unused namesuppressed riffs.

August 2000
Work begins on a web-based music application called the Keyfinder.

July 2000
namesuppressed writes the soundtrack to the short film Fingers, competing in the Nescafe Short Film Awards. Also starts writing & recording two other tracks, "Superstar" and the tentatively titled "Guitar Loop Experiment".

June 2000
Website redesigned and relaunched at on the 3rd anniversary of the public release of Rubicon. New site features online credit-card ordering and an improved online presskit.

March 2000
Bootlegs of new unfinished namesuppressed tracks start to appear, as copies of March 2000 Demo are given to selected fans. Includes an appalling mix of "Antisocialite".

February 13 2000
namesuppressed tours Studios 301 (Australia's top studio) and leaves unimpressed by staff attitudes.

October 1999
namesuppressed begins making enquiries into hiring a mastering engineer. First approach is made to Studios 301 (Sydney, Australia).

September 10 1999
"Get Down And Rave" peaks at #6 on the Rave charts, and #204 overall.

March 12 1999
namesuppressed features in a news story about MP3 and GeoCities at

January 4 1999
Secures the domain but maintains GeoCities web presence.

December 1998
Interstellar Harmony: Volume One released.

October 1998
"Get Down And Rave" chosen to be included on the Trax In Space compilation Interstellar Harmony: Volume One.

October 10 1997
Over 50% of revenue raised to date from sales of Rubicon donated to the Protect Australian Wildlife Fund and West Australian Epilepsy Association, Inc.

July 31 1997
Two students are excluded from class for a week after singing "Endless Green" (aka the "I Hate You" song) to their teacher.

June 27 1997
Debut demo/album Rubicon released to the public.

June 23 1997
Rubicon previewed to those involved with the project. GeoCities website officially launches.

Late 1996
Kohan Ikin (aka SyneRyder) begins writing electronic music under the pseudonym namesuppressed.