3kStatic has recorded and collaborated with artists from across the music spectrum, including: Vile Evils (Graham Crabb & Adam Mole of Pop Will Eat Itself); Parthenon Huxley (ELO Part II / The Orchestra); George Clinton & The P-Funk All Stars; Kevin Max (dcTalk); Professor Griff (Public Enemy); Annette Strean of Venus Hum; Shelley Harland; David Manion (Kansas, Paul Rodgers); Robert Bond (Bo Diddley, Les McCann); Jan Pulsford (Cyndi Lauper, Thompson Twins); Joy Askew (Peter Gabriel, Joe Jackson); Virgil Howe (Yes, Future Sound of London, Pet Shop Boys); Nort (Cabaret Voltaire (live), Hula); Rom DiPrisco (Skinny Puppy, Richard 'Humpty' Vission), among others. Cabaret Voltaire founding member and electronic music icon Richard H. Kirk designed the cover art for the band's 2005 album Cut Up / Liberate, and Stephen Mallinder of Cabaret Voltaire re-recorded the Industrial classic 'Nag Nag Nag' with 3kStatic in 2013.
The 2006 double album Where's Our Piece of the Groovy World? hit #1 (Dance) on iTunes Europe, and charted Top 10 on iTunes in Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and Spain; remaining in the iTunes Top 25 Dance Album Sales charts for ten consecutive weeks in summer 2006. The album was the first 3kStatic release to be a GRAMMY® Award candidate.
The 2008 double album Voodoo Science was also a GRAMMY® Award candidate, and charted no fewer than 11 Top 20 tracks on various retail charts. As of June 2009, the album is #1 (IDM) at download site Lala.com, and #3 (Experimental) at We7.com. The album was released in Europe on Cargo Records Germany.
Evolver was released in February 2009 by Sony Creative Software as part of the Evolver sample library. The release was the first-ever Sony title to include a new original album with a complete sound library of samples and loops taken from the album.
A series of singles have charted Top 40 (House/Dance) on Canadian DJ charts, most recently 'Hybrid Drive' (March 2014).
Now returned to a solo project, the new album 'Active Measures' will be released December 2, 2016.