He grew up listening to lots of hiphop; stuff like Wu Tang Clan, A Tribe Called Quest, Outkast,… Until, aged 15, he discovered Prodigy’s ‘Fat Of The Land’ with the hitsong ‘Smack My Bitch Up’, 3 years after the album was released. When ‘Consumed’ from Plastikman hit his decks he began listening to every single electronic music release (Pole, Alexander Kowalski, Josh Wink, Squarepusher,…) and favourited Plastikmans ‘Sense of Silence concept’. After a holiday to Ibiza and flipping on Carl Cox’ happy techno sound, Thomas Muller began to like drum’n’bass, in particular Roni Size. His musical background gives Thomas’ music a refined combination of hiphop, techno and ‘silence’. He keeps a sense of emptyness wandering through his music as a result of his love for Plastikman.
In 2007, Thomas Muller relocated to Berlin and has since his music seen released through Bpitch Control.