Olympuz Monz was Sean "Turtle" Wilhoite & Mike Mossey.
Based in Lexington, Ky in the early to mid nineties, O.M.created pounding psychedelic-industrial-techno soundscapes.
Mostly instrumental, the tracks are the result of capturing surrounding sounds, machines and found objects for instrumentation.

Released under their self-created label INNER EYE RECORDINGS they created the following... 
  1992- Their first album, Fude 4 Fuji, was a trainride of looping audio sculpture.(Featuring Opteuron 7, Neural Injection, Radient Energy, Night of the Singing Swarm and more)   
1992- Later that year - their second album, The Blastocyst. A journey in soundscapes.
1993- XENOPHOBE was the final official album. The infant had emerged and was challenging preset norms.Influenced heavily by bio-tech evolutionary concepts, ancient history, contradiction, psychedelic revelation and revolution; XENOPHOBE featured songs titled, Tribal Cryonicz, Zundance on Nibiru, The Revolt and more. 
1993- Following the first three albums, Mike and Sean collected misc. unused tracks and alternate versions, found throughout the studio, to compile The Best of Olympuz Monz.

1996- Digital Spit was constructed by Sean from half finished tracks of what was to be the fourth and final album.
Originally designed to be an audio movie or scifi radio piece, the result became more of a charged soundtrack featuring... The Coming of Anu and The Chase.
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2002 - Preliminary tracks were recorded for a possible new Olympuz Monz Album.
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"The Rebellbottoms" were born August 5th 1996 during a late night recording session at the Tranquil Warehouse just outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Jamie Starchild (songwriter, lead vocals, guitar) was introducing Mike Mossey to a few songs that he had composed. What followed was four months intense performances at various locations around Santa Fe. After a few performances, the duo (Mike on African Drum) enlisted the blistering lead guitar skills of Joaquin Gallegos. Joaquin was already familiar with the local music scene. Joaquin played in several Santa Fe bands such as Two Day Swahili, Soul Skats & Creation. The Rebellbottoms performed at Java Joes coffeehouse, The Oasis resturant, Zumas electronic cafe weekly and played several shows at the club Dr. NO. They even performed in the parking lot of Baja Tacos. The trio seldom performed alone, inviting various musicians to jump in at the last moment. Not that practice was a regular occurance for this group. Spontaneous integrity is what made this entity work. Over half of their performances were recorded with portable equipment resulting in the preservation of this phenomenon.