Insane Behavior is the experimental sonic platform of Caspar “Bobo” Terkelsen. Caspar is born May 26th 1981, in a small city called Hjoerring in the northern part of Denmark.
His interest for sound began during early childhood, as he figured out how to record short sounds and noises from his brother´s vinyl collection, and on to an old 2 track tape recorder, creating simple loops and sequences. His love for, and dedication to this activity was recognized by his parents, and at the age of 7 they bought him his first drum kit.
Years of practice led to a few performances, most noticeable as a drummer/writer in a punk rock band in the late 90´s. However the drums were to be replaced by a whole new universe of sound, created with samplers and synthesizers.
During 1998 at the age of 18, now living near Aarhus DK. Caspar is introduced to electronic dance music, more specifically psychedelic trance. For a few years Caspar is hanging out and contributing, particularly in the psychedelic scene in Aarhus DK. Helping out arranging parties, designing flyers and eventually DJing, all while studying electronic music production at a local music school.
During winter 2000, while working in a friend´s studio. The idea of combining non-linear storytelling, with evolving psychedelic soundscapes and energetic rhythmic elements, led to the birth of the Insane Behavior platform. April 2002 marks the release of the first Insane Behavior track, with French based label Apoxina Records on the v/a Psychovader. The track “Datura Inoxia” was very well received by audiences, and led to a few sporadic releases with various labels, before signing with Parvati Records in June 2004. First release with Parvati Records was on v/a Psychedelically Yours II.
Since his last release in 2010 Caspar has withdrawn his release schedule, to further focus on studying sound engineering, his sound design career, and is currently rebuilding his studio in the Northern part of Denmark. 2013 marks the return of the Insane Behavior project, with new releases to be announced.