Mostly inspired by Electro, Acid and Ambient, he is not shy to use other elements from various styles from both electronic and non-electronic music.
Even while his research varies greatly in style, from Hard, fast, core inspired to calm, soft, moody ambient and everything in between; the sound of Tunnel One studio remains recognisable throughout the entire repertoire.
Despite a few small releases on independant labels, The Tunnel One sound from 19303 remains mostly untouched by the comformity of the major music industry.
The music and sonic experiemnts of Tunnel One are something most people either like or simply hate. Even still it is worth checking out what this artist is contributing to the masses of tracks that are overwhelming our cultural world nowadays.
Tunnel One has been known to participate in other projects throughout his duty as Sonic warfare engineer, and amongst several he joined up with Free jazz trio Free'sic wtih whom he did several improvisational concerts, including a free impro concert under lead of André Goudbeek and a concert on top of a Parking lot in the center of Brussels . Another significant project is the Angels of Deaf band, where he joined up with his partner in crime Jim Nastick (also known as Morki Warsaw), to spread the philosophy of No-Gressive New beat Assit Mioo sick. An old school nostalgic concept, because they simply love the 80's sound.
During the peak of the Tracktor movement in Leuven, Don was also known to perform as Anyman, bringing a Tunnel One take on Drum 'n' Bass / jungle / breakcore music.
Nowadays Tunnel One resides at home in the Substructures of 19303, tinkering in the studio, and cooking new recipes to share with you all. While most work never leaves the confines of the SWFD HeadQuarters, he is not so shy on sharing the things that are somewhat acceptable for the public.