Shoutscire (drums, piano, samples, electronics) bought his first computer in 1998. It immediately became a powerful tool to further his experimentations with sounds and aid his musical discourse. Combining sampling and sound processing with a multitrack software, Shoutscire creates imaginary landscapes, where harmony and rhythm interact freely. Recalling compositional procedures dear to the first pioneers of electronic music such as Luc Ferrari, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, K. H. Stockhousen, he plays with phasing effect, repetition, chance, granular synthesis and micro-editing to create textures and moods. The sampling library he uses is derived from his omni collection of 10000 vinyls and CDs, ranging from space age Jazz to contemporary classical to ethnographical documents from rural Sicily. After many years of excursions and research in the sonic sphere, he now uses moods and beats borrowed from the world of electronic dance music combined with strings and horns orchestrations, with the intention of bringing the listener (and the dancer) to a state of bliss.