In Your Eyes 03:03/192k
A re-discovered track hiding on the Virus Factory D Drive. This was an old Tapegerm song that never got completed. Many of the original loops are missing (archived onto one of a hundred cds) so trying to rebuild and recreate the track is seemingly impossible. Yes, the guitar is a bit tinny sounding - I think that's why it was hidden away... It also ends abruptly... Oh well, what can you do. Credits: Loops and Voice by Virus Factory and others (Still compiling artists if others ???). Genre: Industrial. Created: 04 Dec 2004 10:33 PM. Plays: 1727 -->please comment (0).
That's It, I Quit 02:06/128k
Credits: Mix by: Virus Factory - Includes loops from: Peeler, Sin:Ned and Mobile Sound Unit. Genre: Punk. Created: 18 Nov 2004 03:32 AM. Plays: 1437 -->please comment (1).
Scraping Henry off the Hood of my Car 02:21/128k
Credits: Loops by: Melodywhore and Scott Carr. Live performance by Virus Factory. Genre: Experimental. Created: 18 Nov 2004 03:28 AM. Plays: 1390 -->please comment (1).
As a musician, Jonas Stoltz aka Virus Factory, has been recording, producing, remixing and touring since the mid-80s spanning a wide range of music styles - from involvement in the early days of industrial to producing Chicago club and house tracks to performing in bizarre experimental theater and soundscaping projects. Many have said his collection of musical equipment is eclectic, consisting of racks of vintage and customized synthesizers, drum kits comprised of metal slabs, a collection of hybrid brass instruments and plenty of non-traditional tools used to create sonic mayhem. And scary as it may seem, he also owns a collection of over 6,000 80's 12-inch singles that he'll own until they pry them out of his cold, dead hands. When not operating his visual/audio media company, Statica Productions, he can be found preparing the technical side of lights, sound and stage for other musicians.