Real Name:
Tyler St Clair
The Milwaukee, WI native Tyler St Clair (Stagediver/Dispyz) has been an avid user and abuser of trailing-edge computer technology since 1995. During the first half of 2009 he released two lo-fi, 7" vinyls on the Radiograffiti music imprint, which were written and recorded on the Amiga line of computers using several well-known trackers such as MED, and OctaMED.

Throughout the years though he has been known to play shows/eliminate boredom using modified and circuit-bent gear including (but not limited to) a VIC-20 & MC-505. He also began work on several Atari 2600 sample playback utilities back in 2003 and has even been seen as a supporter of the UK hacking scene, evidenced by musical submissions to the Hackervoice UK podcast.

He also has the natural ability to see through clothing.



CAS #001 Dispyz - Schadenfreude E.P. album art Dispyz Schadenfreude E.P.(Cass, Mono) Radiograffiti CAS #001 US 1997 Sell This Version
TDS005 Dispyz - Tag 'Em All album art Dispyz Tag 'Em All(5xFile, MP3, 320) Treble Death System TDS005 US 2009
RGW-003 Dispyz - Party's Over album art Dispyz Party's Over(19xFile, FLAC) Radiograffiti RGW-003 US 2011

Singles & EPs

Dispyz - Dangerous Techno Punk Pop Rock!!!! album art Dispyz Dangerous Techno Punk Pop Rock!!!! (EP) Radiograffiti US 2003 Sell This Version
Dispyz - Raverblood E.P. album art Dispyz Raverblood E.P. (EP) Radiograffiti US 2009 Sell This Version
Dispyz - Datarunner E.P. album art Dispyz Datarunner E.P. Radiograffiti US 2010 Sell This Version


CAS #002 Dispyz - Untitled E.P. album art Dispyz Untitled E.P.(Cass, Mono) Radiograffiti CAS #002 US 1998 Sell This Version
TDS002 Dispyz - Less Than Zero album art Dispyz Less Than Zero(6xFile, MP3, 320) Treble Death System TDS002 US 2008