One of the most eclectic and prolific artists of rock music, Steven Wilson has been writing, recording, and producing music continuously since the age of 10. Steven was still at school, and at the end of the decade he created the two projects which gained him entry to the professional music world: Porcupine Tree and No Man. Porcupine Tree explored psychedelia, progressive music, and his love of ambitious seventies music, while No-Man that spans across ambient music to hip hop is a long-term collaboration with singer Tim Bowness. Starting in 2003, Steven quietly started to release music under his own name, in the form of a series of two track CD singles on his own label Headphone Dust, each one featuring a cover version and an original SW song. While in 2010 Porcupine Tree went on a hiatus, Steven continued to compose solo works and has since then churned out five albums.