Bio & Press

Posted on August 26th, 2017

Filed under: — Karl Olson @ 12:00 am

I’m Karl Olson, and I’m a software developer, a musician/producer and an animation website moderator/staff writer.

If you want to know about my career in software, just check my LinkedIn.

Musically, I focus on Nerdcore HipHop, though I also do a lot of Drum n’ Bass, Minimal Techno, Big Beat, Ambient, Trap EDM and Vaporwave. I finished my most recent full-length Nerdcore Rap LP, Just You Wait And See in 2020.

Meanwhile, I occasionally work as a moderator and staff writer at ToonZone, an animation news and discussion site, as I’m a rather knowledgeable anime and manga fan. I’ve made a lot of good friends through this work, and it’s kept my writing skills sharp.

You know what, maybe these interviews, media mentions and reviews of my CDs can explain at least some aspects of me better:

If you’re more audio/visually inclined here’s some select performance and interview footage:

Here are the documentaries that have some me in them:

And this book has some quotes from me in it:

As far as other notable personal achievements are concerned: I’ve done remixes of mc chris and MC Frontalot songs. I’ve done a commentary included on the Sealab 2021 Season 3 DVD Boxset. A review of mine is quoted on the back of volume 5 of the single disc release of Spiral. Another review of mine was quoted in on the official US website of Princess Jellyfish after having been used by the US publisher as a means of gauging fan-interest in the title via their Facebook page. I wrote a review of Half-Life 2 for the English-Language edition of Joong-Ang Daily Newspaper. My early Electronica songs had been downloaded over 100,000 times before I graduated high school. I’ve been interviewed by a couple Canadian college radio programs. I was rated as the 10th best Nerdcore artist on a survey at Hipster, Please. I also did a freestyle on SpikeTV’s GameHead after having rapped at Capcom’s Booth at the San Diego Comic Convention. I ended up shooting some video footage that ended up on the PAX2007 DVD which resulted in a special thanks in the credits of one the segments. I’m also in two different documentaries about the Nerdcore scene, and that resulted in being referenced in and my music getting used in an episode of PRI’s To The Best Of Our Knowledge.

Fair and Balanced: I’m not notable enough for Wikipedia, and Something Awful thinks I am quite horrible.

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