Sir Edgar Carpenter

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Sir edgar carpenter logo.png Sir Edgar Carpenter is a noise/experimental musician from Mexico City, born in 1994 and working since 2008.

Initially influenced by The Beatles's "Revolution 9", he is relatively known in the internet for his continuous noise and experimental releases. His most known works are a series of albums dedicated to animated TV shows (denominated Killing Cartoon Society's Saga). He's owner of a net-label called Scriptsound Recordings since 2010, and has organized compilation albums with many artists and musicians around the globe. Edgar says he picked up his moniker due to his love to British musical culture, while he took the surname Carpenter as a mock to the British band, The Carpenters, and because he "just liked how it sounded".

His music style has changed over the course of the years, but it's mostly based on transformation of sounds and creating bizarre sound-collages with a "noisy appeal". He puts special emphasis on reverberated sound and a "symphonic-wannabe" structure, frequently trying to avoid monotonous or static noises. Although his primary source of editing and producing music is via laptop (using audio unit effects, samplers, tone generators, granular synthesis, turntable softwares, MIDI sequencers and synthesizers), he has used analogue sounds as basic source material for his noise, such as field-recordings, found objects, handmade instruments, and more prominently, his own voice through multiple effects (a technique he likes to call "Vocal Synthesizers"), as well as real drums and other instruments. He has cited Merzbow, Masonna, Achim Wollscheid, Rudolf, Michael Cretu, Vangelis, Frank Zappa, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Yoko Ono and George Harrison's "Electronic Sound" as his strongest influences. He rarely performs live, preferring studio work and collaborative sessions, although in 2011, he performed for an almost-private minitour as a trio consisting on fellow collaborators Sidd Anders and Adolph DicksAppointed (R.I.P.).

Edgar also has a non-noise/experimental side project called My Wrong Note, dedicated to more conventional and commercial "instrumental art-pop-rock" music recorded using MIDI programming. He has served as music consultant for high-school plays and performances, often selecting and editing songs or performing original ones. He's been drummer and percussionist for high-school bands, as well as ocasional disc-jockey. He's also an avid writer and reviewer. As of 2018, he's considering to open a YouTube channel dedicated to music topics.

He's always available to work in collaborations, splits, and compilation/remix projects, all for music's sake.



  • Rage
  • Sir & Lord (collaboration with LordByronIsMyLord)(released also as CDr)
  • Broflovski's Killers: A Noise Tribute To South Park (K.C.S. Volume 1)
  • Appeared on "Noise Varieties" compilation by FFM Records
  • He's Sixteen, He's Alive & He's Live!
  • Glass
  • Split (with Dust Cult & Redfilled)
  • Broken Universes EP


  • Lights And Shadows
  • Tickle Is Not Pervertion
  • Imagine Me: A Noise Tribute To Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (K.C.S. Volume 2)
  • Broflovski's Killers Reworked & Remixed (Remix compilation album by other artists)
  • Make Mac Bleed Minitour Part 1 (Digital boxset)
  • 3 Avantgarde Pieces Of Piano & Musique Concrete
  • Syringe (as Syringe's project)
  • Falso
  • Absolutamente Nada Normal (Bootleg / out of print)


  • Black Dawn At The Northern Lands
  • Criminal World (collaboration with Byron Muñoz)
  • Some Screams In The Darkness
  • Appeared on "Sounds Of The Underworld" compilation by Scriptsound Recordings
  • Stranger
  • Looptronica: A Noise Tribute To Jacob Two-Two (K.C.S. Volume 3)
  • For Love To Music (My Wrong Note album)
  • Sessions 2008 (Digital boxset)
  • The Lost Symphonies (Digital boxset)
  • Othersides/Transformations


  • The Looptronica Sessions
  • In Heaven Or Hell It's Evil


  • Destructive Volume One
  • Rage (2014 Re-Issue)
  • Walking Over Water
  • The Looptronica Sessions (2014 Deluxe Expanded Edition)
  • Broflovski's Killers: A Noise Tribute To South Park (2014 Re-Issue)
  • Imagine Me: A Noise Tribute To Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends (2014 Re-Issue)
  • Looptronica: A Noise Tribute To Jacob Two-Two (2014 Re-Issue)
  • Human Enemy: A Noise Tribute To Robotboy (K.C.S. Volume 4)
  • The Extended Play's Collection (Compilation)


  • Noiseorchestra
  • The Complete Human Enemy
  • Roots Of Hell (collaboration with Metek)
  • ReWorks (My Wrong Note album)
  • For Love To Music (My Wrong Note album) (2015 Re-Issue)


  • Modulation Genesis
  • Appeared on "Behemoth" compilation by Hortus Conclusus Records & Petroglyph Music Netlabel
  • Appeared on "Environments" compilation by Scriptsound Recordings
  • Appeared on "Netlabel's Day 2016" compilation by Sonido Cuántico Records
  • The Freak In The Scene (My Wrong Note album)
  • Appeared on The Brighest/Darkest Moods Project compilation by Scriptsound Recordings (as Sir Edgar Carpenter & My Wrong Note)
  • Separabuntur


  • Appeared as Sir Edgar Carpenter and as My Wrong Note on Netlabel's Day 2017 compilation, "No Ha Sido En Vano" by Sonido Cuántico Records
  • Deep Into The Northwest Forest: A Noise Tribute To Gravity Falls (K.C.S. Volume 5)
  • The Mabel's Side (Deep Into The Northwest Forest_ Single Disc Edition Volume 1)


  • Reptilian Abnormalities (collaboration with RAUPPWAR)
  • Cosmic City (collaboration with RAUPPWAR)
  • Appeared on "Dark Circus - Remixes" remix album by RAUPPWAR
  • The Dipper's Side (Deep Into The Northwest Forest_ Single Disc Edition Volume 2)

Forthcoming works:

  • Epitaph (July 2018)
  • Pureless (August 2018)
  • Psychotronics (November 2018)
  • Portrait Of A Fucker (December 1st 2018)
  • Upcoming K.C.S. Volume 5 companion releases
  • Galactic Rebellion: A Noise Tribute To KND (sometime 2019)
  • Synthesized Soul (My Wrong Note 4th album) (sometime 2019)
  • Upcoming reissues