This is....The Tomorrow People


Blixty Slycat is the latest alias of an electronic artist (real name unknown, but frequently going by the alias of Nussen Bannikberg) who frequently releases a high quantity of computer-made home music for free. His music has a tiny following, and runs the gamut of music it is possible to make with only samples on a computer. He usually eschews a traditional sampler in favor of simply cut-and-pasting samples together in Digital Audio Workstations.

Blix's most recent music can be streamed or downloaded from his bandcamp page. Some of his older material can be found on here [dead link] (under "Lightex" then "Discography"). He also has a Youtube Channel where non-album songs may be found.

Though he did, at one time, use the moniker Lightex, he should not be confused with the lighting company Lightex Electronics, the slang term for a lighter used to smoke marijuana, or the DeviantART artist LightEX.


Pre-SectionZ works (currently considered lost)

  • A Volatile Mixture
  • Desert Burner
  • Kassetenacht
  • Ghost Tape - The Original, not the abbreviated remix on Nonfiction Mixed in Silver

As Dewerks

  • This Too Is a Mystery -- 2010: Saw limited release on SectionZ.com. Re-released under the Lightex moniker.

With User:SRC as The Fragmentation Collective

  • Midnight Stories -- 2010: Saw limited release on SectionZ.com

As Lightex or Lightex The Tomorrow People

(Some of this is only available for download on this [dead link] never-finished website)

  • The Lightex Tapes -- January 2011, on currently infinite hold: Electronic, instrumental pop album.
  • I Found Myself in a Dark Wood -- February 2011, album of keyboard improvisations.
  • float zombies -- May, 2011
  • The Superdope Massive From Way-Out (Exile Over Blue Mountain) -- May, 2011

As Blixty Slycat

(available on Bandcamp)

  • Blix.trip: Edition II -- August 2011, compilation album of some original tracks and some old material. "Edition I" is identical except for the album cover.
  • The Outlands! -- Psychadelia album later cut down to an EP.
  • Elsewhere -- November 2011: Psychadelia album
  • Nonfiction Mixed in Silver -- April 2012: Compilation of new and old material under a variety of aliases.
  • The Beet Tape -- May 2012: A series of short hip-hop beats and remixes.
  • Adventures in Low Fidelity -- A series of four albums of different genres:
    • Volume One -- May 2012 -- a "trippy" album;
    • Volume Two -- (to be announced) -- a hip-hop beat album, in the vein of The Beet Tape

As Sunproof

  • A Line of Telephones - Weird psychadelic sound collage.
  • Anorak Avenue (Sunproof Remix) - A remix of one of Tre Stuck's District 76 songs.

As Chime Bell

  • Two Minute Miracle - One-off electro Swing single, later rapped over by Babyfaced Illfigure (release forthcoming).


  • "Lost at...." and its remix, with 0dd1 as Under the Volcano.
  • "My Routine" by Tony Knocks, from his upcoming False Alarm EP.
  • "Camels" by Blixty and Tre Stuck, from TS's first album District 76.

Blixty Slycat provides examples of the following tropes:
  • All Lowercase Letters - float zombies.
  • Amen Break - used in "Elephants!".
  • And Now for Something Completely Different - I Found Myself in a Dark Wood, which contained no samples at all, only very low fidelity keyboard improvisations, tapping noises, and indistinct sounds from a nearby TV.
  • Catch Phrase - Several of his releases feature the same doctored sample of a person saying the page quote. The original says "Bendix: The Tomorrow People".
  • Limited Special Collectors' Ultimate Edition - Blix.trip: Edition II is a subversion. The only thing different is a slightly cooler cover and the absence of "Gap", a second-long silence between the two halves of the album.
  • Digital Piracy Is Evil - Here inverted, Blixty refuses to sell the music he makes at all, giving it away instead, and thinks digital piracy is a good thing.
  • Genre Roulette - While they are all electronic at their core, Blixty's albums' actual content, both sonically and thematically, varies widely.
  • I Have Many Names - Known variously as El the Daze, DJ Daze, DJ Spain, Soter Omansky, Lightex, and The Ubiclex Calculus for different projects. Most recently, Blixty Slycat was added to this roster and has since become the default.
  • Manipulative Editing: See Catch Phrase above. Spliced together from two of Raymond Scott's radio commercials.
  • Sampling - Forms the backbone of his work. Only one album (I Found Myself in a Dark Wood) contains no samples, and many albums contain nothing but. When original instruments are introduced, they're usually done by collaborators or simple synth tones.
  • Shout-Out - A lot, and to various things by way of sampling them or song titles. Most commonly, The Bendix Corporation, local geography, and Serial Experiments Lain. One of the most esoteric is the title of "Someday in the Rain".
  • Word Salad Lyrics - Mike K's rapping on "The Funky Cow" off of Blix.trip, and again on "The Boat" on Nonfiction Mixed in Silver.
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