Behind the artist name Luomuhappo is Jere Haekkinen.
One of the original founders of Freakdance records. He started his musical creations in the mid-90's using a tracker software and the legendary Roland MC-505 groovebox. He released his first self-made CDR demo, titled 'Juotsen Kutsu' in 2001 under the artist name 'Espoon happo ja luomu'. Mainly created with the MC-505, Juotsen Kutsu had songs ranging from the combination of psy-trance, breakbeat and electro into ambient downtempo.
Distributed also on the Internet, the cross-genre promo release caught the attention of many. Haekkinen then changed his artist name into Luomuhappo, which roughly translated means 'organic acid' in Finnish. In 2002 he released another promotional CDR, the trackermade 'Eurogorilla 2002 Transmutation Kit'. On this second CDR release were also included two of Luomuhappo's remixes of Finnish underground psy-trance artists, Huopatossu Mononen and Omituisten Otusten Kerho (O.O.K.). Luomuhappo's Eurogorilla 2002 Transmutation Kit was also the first release under Freakdance Records label name and the album has later become somewhat a cult classic and a true collector's item due to the ridiculously small print of about 50 copies.
The unique sounds that formed the musical dentity of Luomuhappo on Eurogorilla 2002 Transmutation Kit gained Haekkinen a steadily growing fan base of weird music-loving freaks all around the world, thanks to the age of Internet and MP3's. Some might describe Luomuhappo's psy-trance/breakbeat/jungle tracks as 'The Prodigy vs. Finnish Schizo-Disco on a nearly lethal dose of mushrooms' whereas his mellow downtempo tracks are equally as blissful in their timelessness and serenity.