Bill Streett's music is an eclectic blend of ambient, techno, and trance. His debut album 'Lure' is a whimsical peepshow of interweaving musical universes, a voyage into the hinterland of electronica. This self-desribed Erik Satie of techno creates music which poses more questions than answers. With 'Lure,' Streett wanted to 'create an album which is ice-cold serious, warm and fuzzy, jarring and sedative-all to be held in dialectical tension.' A sound both retro and progressive, if a musician of the Gilded Age had the tools of creation of the Electronic Age, 'Lure' would likely be the result.