Tom Jenkinson (born 17 January 1975), known professionally as Squarepusher, is an English electronic musician. His music spans several genres, including drum and bass, IDM, jazz, and electroacoustic music. His recordings are typified by a combination of electronic sound sources, live instrumental playing, and digital signal processing. He is the brother of Ceephax Acid Crew (Andrew Jenkinson).
Links to Peel
Peel played tracks from the artist between 1995 and 2001, including when he used the alias Chaos A.D. Listeners also voted his track My Red Hot Car in the 2001 Festive Fifty. After 2001, it seems Peel largely lost interest in Squarepusher's music until 2004 when he played his Venus No. 17 track.
Festive Fifty Entries
- 2001 Festive Fifty: My Red Hot Car #20
Other Shows Played
- Chaos A.D.
- 27 May 1998: Thin Life (album - Buzz Caner) Rephlex
- 17 November 1995: 'Eviscerate (12"-Conumber EP)' (Spymania)
- 02 July 1997: The Body Builder (Dressing Gown Mix) (12" EP - Big Loada) Warp
- 03 July 1997: Tequila Fish (CD - Big Loada) Warp
- 26 May 1998: Freeman Hardy & Willis Acid (v/a album - We Are Reasonable People) Warp
- 08 September 1998: My Sound (LP - Music Is Rotted One Note) Warp
- 17 November 1999: 'Schizm Track #1 (CD-Selection Sixteen)' (Warp)
- 02 December 1999 (Radio Eins): 'Schizm Track #1 (CD-Selection Sixteen)' (Warp)
- 28 September 2000: Plate Core (v/a LP: Collaborations 2: Constant Friction) Lo Recordings
- 09 August 2001: I Wish You Could Talk (LP - Go Plastic) Warp
- 06 September 2001 (Radio Eins): I Wish You Could Talk (LP - Go Plastic) Warp
- 11 November 2001 (BBC World Service): Do You Know Squarepusher? (12") Warp
- 15 November 2001 (Radio Eins): Untitled (12")
- 26 December 2001: 'My Red Hot Car (CD-Go Plastic)' (Warp) FF #20
- 28 November 2002: Vic Acid (LP - Hard Normal Daddy) Warp
- 08 June 2004: 'Venus No. 17 (Acid Mix)' (12") Warp