Sir Millard Mulch is a world-reknowned computer-music genius who's supposed cult following includes Steve Vai, Mike Keneally, and members of Mr. Bungle & Spock's Beard. For example, Trey Spruance of Mr. Bungle has loudly proclaimed (with swift gestures) his music to be, "Fucking Crazy." While straddling both ends of what he calls, "The False Obscure Vs. Pop Music Dichotomy Spectrum," with no shame at all, everything and everyone gets tangled in his web-like artistic statement, leaving his unrepentant sense of creativity unrivaled. This man has no regrets about passionately borrowing the musical baton from Spice Girls, Shostakovich, and Strapping Young Lad (The 3 S's) -- while sounding nothing like any of them all at the same time. Not to be funny, not to be cute, not to be ironic -- only to make great music! He has been hailed as "The New Benjamin Franklin" due to his uncanny ability to excel at every artistic and scientific craft he endeavors to study. A composer, inventor, virtuoso, poet, artist, programmer, engineer, physicist, essayist, public speaker, activist, comedian, politician, and all around Master-Of-All-Trades are just some of the titles that have been assigned to him. One would suspect that a man of 27 who holds four Master's Degrees and a Ph.D. would have little or no time to enjoy his life, but this is not so. Some have said that he does not even sleep, and merely meditates for 15 minutes a day in a deep state of focus. How else could one man create such an epic portfolio of works in so little time? After all, his over-the-top albums have lured in and featured such guest artists as Devin Townsend (Strapping Young Lad, Ocean Machine, Vai), Morgan Agren (Zappa's Universe, Dweezil Zappa), and Elliott Bullard. Never one to think highly of himself in disproportion to reality, he once volunteered to carry Ani DiFranco's guitar as a temp roadie at a show in Tallahassee, FL. His piano rag masterpiece, 15 Interesting Things To Do With Tiny Chairs II, is featured on the Toxic Avenger IV soundtrack (Troma Films), along with Wesley Willis, for which he never received his $1 royalty check. He composed most of the soundtrack for, as well as acted in, Project Omicron...that crazy film by Jared Whitham. His band was hated so much in Atlanta by Claudia Christian, star of Babylon 5, that she convinced 5000 kids to boo him off stage. His flawlessly-executed stage-shows have been so far out that 500 Frank Zappa fans have boo'ed him off stage as well, and threatened to beat him up. He has stalked many well-known musicians and has had enlightening (sometimes long-winded, sometimes brief) conversations with everyone from Dave Weckl to Nomeansno. He was enlisted as Co-Producer along with members of San Francisco jazz-core pronk-rockers Victims Family for the re-mixing and release of an underground demo tape made by Midvale School For The Gifted, 3 criminally-insane middle-school kids who blew up their Utah school and killed 900 students and faculty in 1998. He has recorded with drummer Pat McDonald, who has now strangely decided to run off to Nashville and play with Tanya Tucker, Victor Wooten, and Charlie Daniels. Ruta Sepetys, LIT and Steve Vai's manager, says that he is "Unbelievably Creative" but that doesn't mean he'll be quitting his day job any time soon. He was once asked to appear as a guest on a really awesome album, but then ended up not being it. Out of professionalism, he doesn't tell many people what album it was or who was making it or why he ended up not being on it. He still has the letter asking him to be on it though, and is still a bit confused. And sometimes depressed. While working at a part-time job in the early stages of his career, he once served scones to Stephen King, and felt the urge to run the author over with his mini-van in an attempt to alter his future. Ironically, the author was run over by someone else's mini-van weeks later. His recently declared War On Estradasphere (W.O.E.