Liquid LSD has been producing high-energy electronic music since discovering sound recorder in Windows 98, when he produced “The Telephone Song“, an amateurish mashup of telephone system messages and drum loops. Later, he discovered Rebirth and produced “Marijuana”, another mashup using samples from 1960s ephemeral movies laid over a basic beat produced within the 15 minute trial period of the demo program.
Dubbing himself Nitrous Oxide, he downloaded Fruityloops 3 and produced a series of unremarkable works mainly based on the free samples included with the program. The release of FL Studio 6 and 7 improved his songs dramatically, although he still has produced at least 15 songs using the same free samples he did nearly 10 years ago. The one thing in his way was his name: Nitrous Oxide.
Realizing that not only would he not be able to buy “nitrousoxide.com”, he would be buried under tons of search results for legitimate nitrous oxide suppliers. Figuring LSD was going to continue to be banned in the U.S. for some time to come, he selected his new moniker: Liquid LSD, named partly in homage to Liquid Todd, the 92.3 K-rock DJ that spurred his interest in electronic music, with a strong nod towards the Lords of Acid.
Last year at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival, Liquid LSD arrived with a backpack filled with bulk packaged glowsticks from Germany and gave them away. This year promises to be even better.
Liquid LSD is a one man show and has yet to be booked for a live performance.Be the first. However, despite that, music by Liquid LSD has been featured in video games for mobile phones. If you like the music, please rock out with your cock out. If you don’t, thanks for listening anyway. Considering absolutely no money has ever been made in the endeavors of Liquid LSD, the music is purely expressive. He likes high-energy dope beats and hopes you do too. If you like it please spread it like butter.