Real Name:
Lassi Nikko


none brothomStates Kobn-Tich-Ey(7xFile, MP3, 128) Not On Label (Brothomstates Self-released) none Finland 1998
none Brothomstates & Origami (9) Brothomstates & Origami (9) - Abduction97 Live Concert(File, MP3, 128) Not On Label none Finland 1998
Brothomstates Claro (Album) Warp Records, Warp Records France 2001 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Brothomstates Brothom States EP (EP) Exogenic Records Finland 2000 Sell This Version
Brothomstates Qtio (EP) Warp Records UK 2001 Sell This Version
Brothomstates Rktic (Single) Arcola UK 2004 Sell This Version
Brothomstrain* vs Blamstates* Brothomstrain* vs Blamstates* - Brothomstrain vs Blamstates Narita Records US 2006 Sell This Version
Brothomstates Untitled (Single) Misc.Works UK 2017 Sell This Version


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September 5, 2007
For the general audience the name of Lassi Nikko might not say much, but the handle <b>Dune/Orange</b> might ring some bells - especially for those who were into or around the demoscene.
(For those who don't know what the demoscene is, it is very well documented e. g. on Wikipedia.)

Lassi was one of the pioneers in the musical part of it - inspired by the sound of Warp Records ('95-96), his musics sounded like nothing else then - causing 'wtf?' moments for nearly everyone...

It is perhaps not a surprise that in his professional music career he appeared on Warp (highly deservedly so). On the other hand, he left such an impact on the demoscene that his sound became the standard for quite some years.

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