Goren was born in The Bronx, New York City on January 14, 1975, but grew up in Oreland, Pennsylvania. He played in several local bands as a youth. While Goren was still in school, a friend introduced him to music sequencers, and he began writing music with one in his spare time. In 1991, Goren joined the punk band Fracture until 1995. Later he started performing shows as Atom and His Package, consisting of himself, a B.C. Rich guitar, and his QY700 music sequencer.
In 1997 he released his first album, the aptly named The First CD, on Bloodlink Records. He released several more albums and EPs and has performed on several compilations and self-released EPs while touring internationally.
In April 2003 Goren was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. This led to his decision to stop touring as Atom and His Package. Goren performed his final show under that name on August 29, 2003 in Philadelphia. After that show, he released his last album, Hair: Debatable. On Saturday, November 1, 2008, Goren performed as Atom and His Package at The Fest 7 in Gainesville, Florida and is scheduled to return for Fest 16. Goren currently plays with the band Armalite.
The songs of Atom and His Package generally consist of electronic punk music put together with a sequencer. A few songs are purely instrumental. The lyrics of Goren's songs are usually humorous and most often centered around observations and off-key singing; a more punk influenced style eventually evolved.
"I Am Downright Amazed at What I Can Destroy With Just A Hammer" was included in the snowboarding game Amped 2 on Xbox.
In the film She's the Man, an Atom & His Package poster can be seen on Sebastian's bedroom wall.
Washington DC straight edge hardcore band Good Clean Fun has toured with Atom and his Package and covered "Punk Rock Academy" and "Hats off to Halford" on their 2006 rarities compilation Crouching Tiger, Moshing Panda
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