|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Schnitzeltechnik 1||2||Audio||2003-03-17||Dreck Records|
|2||Schnitzeltechnik 2||2||Audio||2003-05-12||Dreck Records|
|3||It's Okay, I've Overstood||2||Audio||2003-07-28||Dreck Records|
|4||It's Any Late Time||2||Audio||2004||Dreck Records|
|5||We Got It Like That||2||Audio||2004||Soul Jazz Records|
|6||Dreck / Reala Compil.||15||Audio||2000-06-08||Dreck Records|
|7||The Night V4||2||Audio||2005-06-00||Dreck Records|
|8||Breathe To The Rhythm||2||Audio||2006-09-00||Dreck Records|
|9||Kuwait / Macula||2||Audio||2008-06-09||Soul Jazz Records|
|10||A Matter Of Scale||10||Audio||2008||Soul Jazz Records|
|11||A Matter Of Scale||10||Audio||2008-06-30||Soul Jazz Records|
|12||I Think I'm Gonna Like / Doktor Pangloss||2||Audio||2010-05-00||Dreck Records|
|13||What About Never||2||Audio||2011-11-00||What About Never|
|14||What About Never 2||3||Audio||2012||What About Never|
Swiss born electronic musician Radovan Scasascia, who lives and works in London and Zürich trained as an architect at the ETH in Zürich. He now concentrates fully on electronic music, which he has been making since 1993.
He founded Dreck-Records with his long-time collaborator Laurent Benner in 2000 and has been releaseing music under the names Secondo and AM/PM.
Departing from existing popular songs of various origins, Secondo cuts his source material carefully into minute fragments in order to compose entirely new pieces of music - somehow maintainig the atmosphere of the original, but shifting away from it structurally and rhythmically.
Until now a cross-section of genres have been visited: hip hop, disco, chanson and pop music. His works are available on Dreck-Records (distributed by Kompakt) and Soul Jazz Records.