Spanning over four decades of work, Bay Area musician Carolyn Fok (CYRNAI) specializes in electronic experimental music, composing and producing with synthesizers, piano, guitar, and percussion. Her adventures in sound began at the tender age of 9, recording stories into a tape recorder and experimenting with her father’s musical instruments and effects units. By the age of 16, Fok had become inspired by pioneering industrial electronic artists like Cabaret Voltaire, as well as anarcho-punk acts such as Crass. Her debut release as CYRNAI, 1985’s cassette-only Parts of The Insomniac Wheel, was issued on the Ladd/Frith label, followed by Hypno-Seizure and the 12” EP ‘Charred Blossoms’ the following year and two versions of ‘To Subtle-Drive’ (1989/1990). She has recently embarked on an ambitious project that involves releasing her vast archive of music via her website Memoir Of Sound.