uses degraded tape loops and analog synthesizers to create sounds meant more for the body than the mind.

AKA Tyler Gilmore, he has been a composer of chamber music ranging from jazz to modern classical. He lead Ninth+Lincoln, an orchestra that fuses big band sounds, 20th century symphonic influences and electronic textures.

His music has been reviewed in DownBeat and performed by Jon Faddis’s Chicago Jazz Ensemble, The University of Northern Colorado Jazz Band I, and The Henry Mancini Institute Overture Orchestra, among others. His work is published by UNC Jazz Press and Minor Ninth Music.

His Puremagnetik release entitled Works for Tape and Piano has been described by Create Digital Music as "pushing each instrument to its most vulnerable place, the tape itself becoming an instrument, sounding almost as if at the point of a beautiful breakdown."