The unused word is the pseudonym of the producer, multiinstrumentalist and singer Anna Schauberger. Born in 1985 in the southeast of Austria and raised north of Graz, after spending six years in Vienna she now lives in Bad Ischl, near Salzburg. Add to this a year in Seattle and a lot of traveling, and you will understand how so many genres manage to get along well in her tracks. Upon closer inspection her music turns out to be as diverse as her geographical roots: Piano lessons starting at the age of six; solopianist in her teens for the Styrian Youth Orchestra, the Leoben Big Band, the Children’s Choir Leoben (including tours to Germany and The Netherlands) and The Highline High School Jazz Band. After graduating high school she played in a pop-rock band and had four rehearsals with her own metalband ‘Post-apocalipstick’, which disbanded due to her moving to Vienna. During this time she produced various commissioned pieces, a route that increasingly manifested itself from 2008, while she was also conducting a choir she founded.