I started Technomancer in 2004 when I began experimenting with FL Studio on my PC. I started making demos that I would hand out to friends and such on CD-R's with covers I would design myself. The production improved more and more, my cover designs would improve as well and in 2012 after spending nearly a decade self-releasing my music I got in touch with Per Aksel Lundgreen on Facebook and was offered to produce a new version of his Angst Pop track "Ødipus Rex", which ended up being released as the EP "Ødipus Rex 2012". I was also working on my next album at the time and showed a few tracks to Per Aksel who was really on board with releasing it, and it would become my debut album, "System Failure".

After releasing System Failure I began producing remixes of some really cool bands, including Apoptygma Berzerk, Die Krupps, Anne Clark, Robert Marlow, Naked Lunch, Sudeten Creche, Nitzer Ebb and several others. In 2014 I decided to move to Sarpsborg to further focus on my musical career, as it was a more central location to work from and was also the town where Apoptygma Berzerk got started, the band that inspired me to do my music in the first place.

In addition to Technomancer I've also worked on the side projects Zone Tripper (space synth, italo dance) and Laboratory 5 (dubstep, drum'n'bass, breakbeat).

Technomancer is conceptually about bringing magic from machines, to form some kind of human bond with them and create music from my soul. It's a reflection of who I am, and in the end I hope it's something people can relate to.

- Alyxx Digre