Minóy was a name that everyone knew in the eighties' post-industrial cassette network, as he had a lot of cassettes released, but he has strangely disappeared during the nineties and then was a little forgotten.
Recently, Phillip B. Klingler has posted on his blog a PBK/Minóy collaboration work, "Cloisters", with an interesting text, where I've learned more than I ever knew about the man, and where I saw him for the first time...
A. Nightslaves (31:38)
B1. Insect Trust (13:50)
B2. Gibbering Ghosts Burning In Jelly (17:27)