Guerrilla Digital

Milwaukee Web Development and Audio Engineering

Guerrilla Digital is the longtime moniker of Wisconsin native, Martin Defatte. Although i’ve gone through many permutations and evolutions, it’s been the name I’ve consistently used. I’ve been a graphic designer, been a package designer, worked for record labels and bands, produced electronic music, engineered, produced, remixed, released and so on, under this name.


Featured Work





Ok. So #GGHOST hired some folks to make a puppet music video.

The folks from Rare Fruit Collective came up with some insane visuals for our latest video. Check it out.

Top Releases of 2017

Here are 20+ releases that were in constant rotation throughout 2017, in no particular order. Pretty stoked there are a few I had a part in via Triple Eye Industries.

Read More About Me

Martin Paul Defatte View my Résumé AIM marty(at)
My creative endeavors have always been deeply influenced by my lifelong love of music and skateboarding and their respective street subcultures.

I grew up absorbing DIY zines, Thrasher magazines and punk rock records. I was particularly fascinated by album artwork. I eventually formed a band with high school friends. After a few years, I chose to take a more “behind the scenes” role in the local hardcore punk scene, designing fliers for shows and laying-out demos for my friends’ bands. Some of those bands went on tour and got noticed, which in turn, gave me opportunity to work for a variety of indie labels.

After graduating from college with an Art degree, I turned an internship into a gig as a graphic designer at a small package design firm in my hometown. I cut my teeth developing package concepts for household names like: Windex, Edge Shave Gel, Skintimate Shave Gel and Ziploc.

Concurrent to my career as a print designer, I continued to pursue my personal studies in web design and development. After devouring the first of many books on CSS and front end development, I knew I wanted to transition front print to web design and development as a career.

I currently work for Jigsaw as a Front End Developer in downtown Milwaukee, WI, and I live in the Bay View neighborhood of Milwaukee. In my spare time, I develop and help curate a digital archive of Wisconsin music called with my pal Jeremy.

My last musical endeavor was playing bass for Volunteer with Mark and Kevin, from our previous band – Stock Options and Francisco from Gasoline Fight / Traitors. We have a 12″ out on Chicago’s Underground Communique, a 10″ co-released by Forge Again Records and our own imprint, Triple Eye Industries. I have produced a few solo EPs using the moniker, Tron Jovi, to pass time during the cold Wisconsin winters. In the past year and a half, I’ve started a noise/art rap duo Guerrilla Ghost where my role is that of beat producer.

From September 2010, until June 2012, I played bass in Stock Options.