Since 2005, he’s captivated a following with his unique, forward-thinking production style, and intergalactic bass-heavy arrangements. In 2008, he was the only US producer selected for the “Generation Bass” special on the legendary Mary Anne Hobbs BBC Radio 1 show. In 2012 he released his critically acclaimed album “Orbits,” which Pitchfork gave an 8/10 and called it “classic synth grandeur.” His 2015 album, “The Transponder Orchestra” was Bleep’s Album-of-the-Week saying “his style has become grander and more ambitious in scope.
Starkey’s latest music, 2019's New Theia: Today and New Theia: Tomorrow on Eat the Bomb, expanded the producer's use of modular synthesizers to further his hybrid grime/electronic sound. They were followed by a return to Dutch imprint Rwina for the Megawave EP.
From producer to singer to the co-owner of the prominent record labels Seclusiasis, Slit Jockey and the aforementioned NOREMIXES, Starkey is an unstoppable force renovating the sounds of electronic music.