Prospero's 5th album, Paradise or Apocalypse, is an electro-tribal departure. Sharp arpeggiated synth lines contrast with heavy tribal drums, haunting lead female vocals and crunching distorted beats. Talented Toronto DJ and musician Hangedman joins the cast to add a fresh perspective (and bagpipes) to this veteran industrial noise project. iVardensphere and Daniel Myer (of Haujobb and Architect fame) add key remixes to this dark and captivating journey.
Prospero has collaborated with the likes of Terrorfakt, Converter, Displacer, Assemblage 23, DYM, and other respected artists in his long career. Turning Point is Prospero's third studio album (second for Artoffact) and features nine new tracks, five remixes, and guest appearances from Toronto's Fractured and Mara's Torment, and a special surprise remix from Xorcist. The album mixes industrial, noise, heavy guitar and ambient, delving into musical spaces that other producers can only dream of.
2008 album featuring; Ayria, Terrorfakt, Battery Cage and It Clings.
This album was written at two different stages of the artists life. As if by two different people. Folie à deux, which means "the madness of two" was chosen to represent this duality. The elements are the newer segment of work and mesh better with the 2011 CD "Turning Point." Both are a step away from the more "club friendly," four on the floor beats of Prospero's early work.
2004 album featuring; This Morn' Omina, Converter, Xorcist, Tom Shear (of A23) and many more. This body of work spans 2 years of collaborations with artists from around the globe. The artist's choice to release the 22 tracks (11 original, 11 remixes) as a cohesive body or work, rather than one original disc and one remix disc was inspired. The listener is taken on a journey of the artistic collection rather than made to choose between the two styles.
2002 CD-R, released by sub.session.records. The early years. A taste of things to come. This limited edition CD-R was released during the construction of the "Spreading the Infection" 2 disc master work and is now only available on iTunes. Eye of the Storm (remixed by Displacer) remains a fan favourite of the last decade.