|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Better Late Than Never||7||Audio||2009||Digital Vomit|
|2||All Is Not Lost||9||Audio||2013-06-16||El Perro Rojo|
|3||Be Seeing You||3||Audio||2013-05-13||El Perro Rojo|
|4||Be Seeing You (Encrypter Remix)||4||Audio||2013-05-20||El Perro Rojo|
Dublin-based producer Adam Power has been making electronic bleeps and bloops under the name Alien Hand since he began tinkering with a cracked version of Fruity Loops on a hand-me-down 486 desktop in 1999. His music has been described as “delightfully twisted”, jumping between electro, techno, breakbeat, IDM, drum & bass, breakcore, gabba, noise and ambient, drizzled liberally with acid synths and peppered with absurd samples. Since 2005, he has appeared on a number of Digital Vomit releases, including their flagship "Can Buy Me Love" compilations. In 2009 he released "Better Late Than Never", a full-length album of his own very Irish take on the breakcore sound. He has produced remixes for ROBOstud, Automatic Tasty, DJ Cattle Hammer and the Shankfist Wreckage Technique, and shared stages and DJ booths with Shitmat, C64, the Teknoist, Toecutter, Hardoff and Solypsis. He is currently sitting on a new album, which he hopes will hatch very soon.