Phylum Sinter is the pseudonym of Detroit-Based musician Christopher Todd, used to release his IDM and Experimental Electronic music. Inside, the audience is encouraged to do something... anything, really -- as this is the very definition of Phylum Sinter: a species intended to be used as fuel, compressed or sintered into the listener's being. On the surface, one can expect a blend of glitch-friendly beats, custom DSP fiddling, classically-slanted melodies, and the occasional pop hook.
C. Todd has been exploring the connections between sounds, thoughts, and imagery as Phylum Sinter since 2001, and has contributed tracks to many netlabel compilations, various free EP's through his page and independent pressings. Online and off, he is always available for collaboration in any form, and is prone to discussions concerning the interplay of senses, or the motives behind creative output.