Elliott makes music based on a process of “scheduled interventions”. Taking inspiration from serial television, every week he shares new sounds, which he likes to think of as being similar to poems or paintings. Like a stream of water making its way to the ocean, the best pieces get refined and reappear on compilations after the fact.
While working in a studio can be cold and lifeless, this system is in place to create a sense of life to the work, turning the factory into a warm concert venue. The posting of pieces online is a form of performance and improvisation. They are the starting point from which new forms grow outward.
Elliott releases music through two outlets. The first is the Infinity Waves channel, which acts as a mix of an ambient record label, playlist publisher and generative music tool. The second is the Danke Schoen label which is geared towards a more global, funky sound.