Throughout his career, Boom Bip a.k.a Bryan Hollon has thrived in producing off-kilter experimental music. Boom Bip’s debut on Lex ‘Seed To Sun’ (2002) was also the first album on the label. The songs on the album are a combination of sample-loops, synths and rock instrumentation.
Companion piece ‘Corymb; arrived two years later, including songs from his Peel Sessions and remixes by Four Tet, Boards Of Canada and Mogwai. Boom Bip’s second album for Lex, ‘Blue Eyed In The Red Room’ (2005), was a record in which he meticulously played and recorded every single instrument separately, using no samples in the process. The album also included his first collaboration with Gruff Rhys of The Super Furry Animals, with whom he went on to form the group Neon Neon. Hi album‘Zig Zaj’ (2011), expanded on the sound of ‘Blue Eyed In The Red Room’ and acted as a precursor to the sound of Neon Neon’s ‘Praxis Makes Perfect’.
In 2016, Boom Bip scored Ben Crescimans psychological thriller movie, Sun Choke.