Randy Colby (AKA Colby, Psonic Bionic, Citizen Abstract, Wreckless Abandon) continuously strives to stretch and bend the boundaries of music into future genres and styles. Favorite inclinations include TB-303 laced acid with melodic chord stabs, glitchy beats, and sub bass. Colby rises to the occasion again and again with his original compositions, melodies, vocals, beat programming, and sound synthesis. Although his first love is electronic music, he has an appreciation and a desire to pioneer and fuse hybrid styles. Randy Colby uses an array of monikers to express differing aspects of creativity. The Colby alias is the most prolific, touching upon various club and dance anthems, deep/progressive/tech house, acid, techno, etc. Psonic Bionic is his alias for all things bass music, including drum and bass, dubstep, drumstep, glitch hop, and more. Citizen Abstract is currently his alias for IDM, glitch, and other left field oriented genres. Wreckless Abandon is a blend of rock, pop, industrial, and electronic & acoustic organic hybrid, and side projects include Klick with partner and collaborator Bryan Scott.Colby has seen a number of releases throughout 2011 and 2012, and 2013 promises to be his best year yet. Associated labels include Aenaria Recordings, Aenaria Chill, EML Recordings, Layzee Records, Burnzzz Records, and even a release with side project Klick on Woody McBride's Communique imprint. Colby's bass music also promises a burgeoning relevance in 2013 with his Psonic Bionic alias, currently being released on the Sub Generation label. Randy has an ace up his sleeve as he also continues to quietly orchestrate a full palette of his yet to be heard crowning achievements as Citizen Abstract.Current influences and inspirations include Tipper, Amon Tobin, Robert Babicz, Thom Yorke, Depeche Mode, Two Fingers, Hardfloor, James Holden, Eskmo, Tycho, Squarepusher, Orbital, Dave Brubeck, 70's pop, 80's synth, 90's rave, electric pianos, huge beats, mechanical, robotic, glitchy, and organic sounds, and as always, the Roland TB- 303.