|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Last Ninja Vs Boris Otterdam||10||Audio||2001||Noistruct Recordings|
|2||Doof Kitton Demos||12||Audio||1999-12-15||Otterdam Industries|
Boris Otterdam is a West Australian born electronic music producer, label manager, promoter and radio show host.
Beginning in 1998 as a promoter for the Perth punk rock scene, Boris began experimenting with analogue noise and soundscapes as a member of noise band "Analogue Seaotter"
After Analogue Seaotter disbanded he released a limited cassette as "Boris Otterdam" before co-founding Perth's first breakcore/experimental label 8-Bit Recordings with The Last Ninja and Deadcode in 2000.
8-Bit Recordings was the first label of it's kind in Western Australia and was responsible for organizing the first ever breakcore shows in Western Australia.
Boris has self published zines, written for and assisted in designing local music websites, blogs and publications, released cassette compilations, played in and collaborated with bands and producers, organized and promoted punk rock, noise, breakcore, hardcore, goth and indie shows in Perth and Melbourne as well as hosted and co-hosted the final incarnation of System Corrupt Radio Show on 2serfm Sydney, Illegal Frequencies on 2serfm Sydney, Illegal Frequencies and Fuck You and Yours on 2serfm Sydney and RRRfm Melbourne from 2004-2013.
As of 2014 he is based in Brisbane where he runs Australian label "Ende Records" and writes for Australian Music Blog "I Probably Hate Your Band"
As well as Noistruct, Boris produces extreme noise and dark ambient soundscapes as Mandark, drum n bass and jungle as Holt and 4/4 experimental, acid and minimal techno as Notex.