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A student of video arts, Canadian Mitchell Akiyama began to shift his focus toward music production in the late '90s during his time at university. The result of his laborious process was Intr_verse, a limited-run release he issued himself on his newly established label Intr_version in 1999 (the label would go on to release recordings by several other up-and-coming Canadian producers). After touring around the globe extensively, he released Hope That Lines Don't Cross on the Subtractif label in 2001 and the critically acclaimed Temporary Music on the venerable German label Raster-Noton a year later. He returned to his label in 2003 with Iambrokenandremadeiambroken and recorded a set of albums for Sub Rosa: If Night Is a Weed and Day Grows Less in 2004 and Small Explosions That Are Yours to Keep in 2005. ~ Rob Theakston