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Chris DouglasChris Douglas (born 4 August 1974), nicknamed pseudonym O.S.T., is an electronic musician from San Francisco, California.

Chris Douglas' life has been a series of trials and confrontations where facts bore no truth and the present resides outside his creative musical energies. Douglas, an only child raised by his Grandparents, spent most of his childhood in the Bay Area, skateboarding, attending boarding school and learning among other things, to play the piano and keyboard. Not to be confused with Ost.

Introduced to the all-night- rave party scene in 1990, he was entranced and constantly around all this new music/new experiences." Started to d.j.and making tracks throwing parties, was responsible with his crew for the first all Techno/Ambient parties in S.F. at the time when the city was dominated by house and disco. At the age of 17, Douglas left for Detroit to find creative freedom- While there he pleasantly crossing paths and working with his heroes Mike Banks and the late James Stinson of Drexciya and the fabled Underground Resistance Records.

Douglas recorded his first EP for Detroit-based Switch Records in 1992 under the name O.S.T. – the source of which he won't readily reveal to anyone. The release provoked one critic to assert, "Just about anything that would connect with house is abandoned here. This is one of the futures of techno", and prompted another reviewer to say, "10/10 a work of art and a piece of history". Generator Magazine, London.

Was invited by Autechre to perform at the edition of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival they curated in April 2003.

He is also known as:

O.S.T.
Rook Vallade
Rook Valard
Dalglish
Wooli Bodin
Harry Rod

 

 

 

 

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