Stavo Craft is a conceptual artist, songcrafter & science fiction writer/illustrator. A strict maker of concept albums, Craft is the full writer, performer & producer of all his recordings, creating sonic environments that support the themes of each song, and integrating text from illustrated chapbooks dealing with themes of identity, time travel, culture-shifting mechanisms, and planetary phenomenon. Creating "Low Budget / High Impact" art, Craft's work is recorded in the bedroom and often takes on the character of a musical sketch: 'incomplete', simplified, bare essence unofficial recordings that act as a sonic notebook. Like Godard's assertion that the truest challenge of art is to create "a unity of politics and art, the unity of revolutionary content and artistic form," these Do-It-Yourself 'Homemade' recordings-- in contrast to so many million dollar blockbusters-are made on the stylishly pimp budget of a new used shoe. Demanding to stand on the merits of Content and not commerce, Craft's unique approach to music making reflects a commitment to an independent and solitary creation of art made directly out of the resources of everyday life. It's electronic music but all played live, per track, with no computers or sampling. The voice is the lead guitar. The cosmos is the canvas. Like most science fiction, the work is not about Far Away Worlds as much as Reflections of Home. The homemade space 'craft' from which so much of the material takes place is composed of Innerspace more than Outerspace; and even still, it's a place where alien beings reside. No, not little green men... but the aliens we, on Earth, have become to our own natural state; having merged so much with our technologies, and the stories we have told ourselves through history, we are now a self-creation culturally that is in part cyborg, inseparable from the tools we live through. As a space traveling diarist, Craft mines the depths for mirrors of our true and false selves, and through this process of discovery and invention, offers glimpses into Possible Places Tomorrow.