Mo Rooneh is a minimalist composer working with repetition and noise as basic elements. The phylosophy behind the use of those elements in a composition, which in itself is mostly fictional, is to reinstate a sence of reality. Repetition as a refural to time and noise as the reflection of incoherence and disturbance that characterizes our daily life. Starting out, some twenty-five years ago, as a singer in several bands, Rooneh explored the popular music spectrum. After a small decade he concluded the pop scene didn't bring that much fulfillment, music wise, as he had hoped for. Taking a break from performing for almost fifteen years, he explored numerous art disciplines. Several musical and non-musical styles inspired Rooneh and led to a reinvention of the self. Encoutering 'new music' from artists like John Cage, La Monte Young and Steve Reich made him realize that the way of the experiment was the right basis for his compositions. In 2009 he recorded three albums, 'Songs that might be', 'Micro' and 'Cinematographic'. Using the world wide web as means of distribution for his work, he tries to expand his audience. Rooneh also collaborated in several film and dance projects. Currently he is working on his fourth album, with the obscure working title: 'Music i'd love to loath, but don't'