Goble first developed an interest in the drums when he was six years old, after his father, an amateur drummer, introduced them to him. At the age of eleven, Goble began teaching himself twelve-string guitar and shortly thereafter obtained an Epiphone electric. By the time Goble was twelve, he had stop attending public school and had decided to dedicate his time to learning music, which he taught himself for the next seven years. During this time, he studied guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, ukulele, violin, and didgeridoo. He began recording music in the late 1990s, and he released his first album, Home Recordings, in 2004.
At the age of nineteen, Goble was awarded a scholarship to study at the Musicians Institute. He has been teaching guitar professionally since 2006, and he served as a visiting lecturer at Huaihua University in 2012.
In early 2013, right on the heels of his then-newest release Behemoth, Goble completed one of his most ambitious undertakings ever: a five-volume anthology of electronic pop music, all recorded, produced, and mastered within the span of a mere five days.