Jaan Patterson is best known for his Surrealist & Dada inspired experimental music, blending acoustic sounds and field recordings with an array of electronic devices. He crosses himself crossing bridges of perception, pointing out qubits, displaying the juxtapositions of the so-called suRRism-Quantum-methods, uncovering the peripheral gaps that inhabit the drawers of musical genres that our brains want to work in. It's about break-points in the architecture of the usual conveniences that the casual listener expects. Patterson unveils the curtain from the stages of the absurdist transparrentoformatological distortions that mind gives a matter to. He even crushes the beyond to stellar gums. After publishing the suRRism Manifesto with Frater Surrallee in 2008, Patterson founded suRRism-Phonoethics - a non-profit record-label specialising in experimental music, since 2013 co-curated with Anthony Donovan. He also co-curates Classwar Karaoke with Donovan. The two projects are responsible for the release of thousands of pieces of experimental music, film and writing, by hundreds of artists worldwide.