In the summer of 1998 a high school kid known as Charles McCloud Duff suffered severe heartbreak from an unrequited love. As a result of debilitating depression he locked himself in the basement that summer and through nefarious coding measures he developed a complex network of hijacked computers which in tandem could be used to simulate his own fully immersive virtual utopia. Although his pain abated and he rapidly found a deep sense of belonging in his newfound 3D home, aberrations from crucial flaws in the code proved to be ultimately detrimental. Still to this day, he is unable to completely withdraw from his so called “Matrixx” lest his neural pathways be fried to a crisp. Somewhere along the line he fell prey to a delusion convinced that if he composed the perfect piece of music he would then unlock a secret doorway out of his realm leading back to reality as we know it.