|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Vladivostok||8||Audio||2005-11-18||U-Cover CDr Limited|
|2||A Phosphorous Spot||7||Audio||2006-11-03||U-Cover Transparente|
|3||The Quiet EP||4||Audio||2006-11-06||Monotonik|
|4||Cloud Atlas||3||Audio||2007-03-00||U-Cover Minidisc|
|9||Star Atlas||7||Audio||2011-09-15||Time Released Sound|
|10||Four Peaks||4||Audio||2012-06-01||Time Released Sound|
|11||Sgustok Magazine Podcast 030||12||Audio||2012-07-26||Sgustok Magazine|
|12||Hummingbird||8||Audio||2013-10-05||Not On Label (Sonmi451 Self-released)|
|13||Hummingbird||8||Audio||2013-10-05||Not On Label (Sonmi451 Self-released)|
|14||Hummingbird||8||Audio||2013-10-05||Not On Label (Sonmi451 Self-released)|
Creating his own blend of minimal, soundscape-laden atmospheric electronics in Hasselt, Belgium.
Sonmi451 is a character from David Mitchell's novel "Cloud Atlas". The tale takes place in "Nea So Copros", a dystopian future Korea, where a genetically-engineered fabricant works as a server in an underground diner. The aspiring efforts of the rebellious clone to become enlightened are brutally oppressed by the totalitarian, consumer-driven regime that created and exploited her kind.