Psyche are an enduring legend of independent electronic music. From cold harsh industrial, through warm synthpop, dancefloor minimal, dark wave, and beyond. It all started at the end of 1982 as brothers Darrin and Stephen Huss performed for the first time in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada under the name PSYCHE. A combination of horror and electronics that in the area of Western Canada was completely unheard of and would continue to be quite shocking for some time. 1985 saw their debut album "Insomnia Theatre" unleashed worldwide through their own label and licensed to New Rose Records out of Paris, France. After underground success with "The Brain Collapses", the big Eurohit "Unveiling The Secret" followed in 1986, Psyche has since then continued to release a variety of songs and albums enveloping every facet of the electronic pop music genre. Various members have collaborated with Darrin and continued expanding the Psyche legacy from the renowned cover of "Goodbye Horses", to "Sanctuary", and what can be heard on "The 11th Hour" as well as seen on their DVD encompassing 20 years of visual performances on "Imaginary Life".