Go Hiyama has released over 80 titles with prominent labels such as Warm Up, Token, Stroboscopic Artefacts, PercTrax, Planet Rhythm and Audio Assault amongst others. He is also one of the best regarded and most international Japanese artists.
In 2002 he made his debut on Coda, a label owned by James Ruskin, who is also known for running Blueprint Records. His debut track departed from the four on the flour pattern with an offbeat sound of his own.
His releases have received support by artists such as Surgeon, Óscar Mulero, Peter Van Hoesen and Svreca.
In 2009, he moved to Tokyo and started his own record label, HueHelix, with Ryuji Takeuchi, Tomohiko Sagae and Kazuya Kawakami, and 2013 has seen the release of his vinyl, an album where Go Hiyama expands his range of expression.
Aside from producing tracks, he has toured Europe several times and has played in Spain, the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia and many other countries and cities. One of his most recent gigs was at Berghain Berlin, which is considered one of the best clubs in the world.