Little Nobody is Australian expat Andrez Bergen, who's been based in Tokyo for the past 10 years. In that time, he has had a vast array of artists remix his work, and this CD collects his absolute favorites. He decided to ask Justin Robertson to do a remix, counting on Robertson's experience rebooting Björk, Happy Mondays, Fatboy Slim, Luke Slater and Felix Da Housecat. He gives the ingredients a good hearty shake and delivers a concoction that will stun everybody. In 1995, Andrez had a radio show on 3PBS FM in Melbourne (Australia) called Cyberdada, and that year the most-played record -- amidst killer 12"s from Relief, Axis, Tresor, Trope, and Force Inc. -- was a 2CD from Austrian label Cheap. It was called 90 Minutes In The Eyes Of iO, produced by label bosses Patrick Pulsinger and Erdem Tunakan. Bergen says that the release floored him, and Pulsinger has continued on as a mainstay influence in Little Nobody's musical reference palette ever since, via the Austrian producer's own output as well as some of his brilliant remixes of people like DJ Hell, Chicks On Speed, Tosca, Tanzmusik and Ken Ishii. So when it came to choosing a remixer, Pulsinger's name was at the very top of Andrez's list -- and now we know why. His mix is all wonderful bleeps, mesmerizing glitches, and chunky, sci-fi electro-tech grooves. Other remix artists include: Shin Nishimura, DJ Wada, Dave Angel, Dave Tarrida, Robo*Brazileira, Mijk Van Dijk, Donk Boys, James Ruskin, Justin Robertson, Captain Funk and Si Begg.