Weird Zero is Jules Jenssen and his close friend, and musical mentor, Ian Stewart, both hailing from North Egremont, Massachusetts, USA.
Ian Stewart is a producer, mixing engineer, and multi-instrumentalist who has been producing under his own name since 2011. In recent months he has released several tracks on Dynamix Records, LLC, as well as mixed independent artist Eitch's new Health EP. Ian studied Music Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering and Jazz Trumpet at the University of Miami and continues to search out new knowledge through experience and experimentation on a daily basis.
Jules Jenssen, AKA ELECTRONICAnonymous, is a man of many faces. His main outlet for musical expression is his unnecessarily oversized drum kit, which he uses with bands such as Search:Party (w/ Brian Ross of Higher Organix), Boston-based indy synth-rock outfit The Indobox, and Northeast Improv collaborative Normal Instruments. However, still being restless despite three active bands, Jules also enjoys producing electronic music of all styles. With the groove always being the main focus, ELECTRONICAnonymous has dabbled in styles ranging from tech-house, bass music, glitch, the self defined "Wiggle", and most recently, chugging space disco-y booty shakers. In the face of the "ADDM" music surge, EA likes to think that minimalism and coherent composition is more timeless than the current flavor - build, build, build, drop. Since completing work on the 2013 Big Up festival in Columbia County, NY (which Jules co-produces) he has set his sights on a big year of music making with all of his projects.
Jules and Ian are now pleased to present "The New Depth EP", a collection of chugging, sultry, and evocative dance tracks that are sure to be a breath of fresh groove for today's discerning listeners.
Produced and recorded at Shabbey Road Studio and Flotown Studio by Jules Jenssen and Ian Stewart. Mixed and mastered at Flotown Studio by Ian Stewart. Additional personel: Saylor (vocals on The Altar), Emma Sims-Biggs (keyboards on First Day), Matt Barnard (Tuba on First Day).