Born in 1974, he took piano lessons in secondary school. At 14, he joined The Shasdow (which sounds like "le toilet flush" to french ears) where he played Yamaha PSS 270 in bold covers (The Cure, Eric Serra…).
Later on, The Shasdow became Globule Bleu and turned into a progressive rock band, before changing to Moon in June and delighting thousands of joint smokers throughout northern France and Belgium.
Now a respectable father, he plays Yamaha SY-2, a quite austere analog synth. Besides other occupations (webdesign, journalism, building of automated double-talk simulators, oulipian writing workshops, etc.) Martin Granger also writes songs about pets (like flies or taenia) and weird or exotic diseases.