When Estonian folk-electronic enthusiast Ramo Teder makes music he becomes Pastacas. In estonian "pastakas" stands for a "ball-point pen" and Ramo likes to use this little instrument as a tool for his drawings. Which came first: Ramo drawing with a ball-point pen or Pastacas making music? The paitings. At art exhibitions Ramo's pictures are often accompanied by music from Pastacas. Ramo's musical debut was a collaboration with Afternooning Plague Family on compilation "Sue Darling" by indie label Sally Sinnamon.