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Juno Plus Podcast 59: Orphx
Spend an hour in the company of Canadian techno royalty as Orphx mix our latest podcast.
The line which separates techno with noise and industrial music seems to have become increasingly blurred over the past few years; although the casual observer may see this as a recent development, in reality these sounds have been combining for a lot longer. One such outfit are Canadian duo and former Juno Plus interviewees Orphx, who have been exploring the meeting point between industrial music and techno in their music for the past 20 years, producing numerous albums alongside a number of vinyl, CD and cassette releases. With sonic force and rhythmic distortion as their guiding light, Richard Oddie and Christie Sealey have manoeuvred Orphx’s sound from the arena of experimental noise and industrial electronic music into a realm of techno shared by the likes of Adam X, Perc Trax and Svreca’s Semantica.
In 2009 Orphx made their label debut on Adam X’s Sonic Groove imprint with the Division EP, a release which exposed the duo to a new audience thanks to remixes from Surgeon and dub techno anchor Substance; until that point, the only remixes of Orphx came from either themselves, Jim DeJong’s The Infant Cycle project and a selection of remakes that appeared on Teletai - Rarities And Remixes in 2008.
Orphx are now a permanent fixture of Sonic Groove’s industrial-heavy roster; in addition to the four records they’ve already released for the label, the duo will be releasing the Boundary Conditions 12” next week. Since their first appearance on the label in 2009 Orphx have focused on melding elements of dancefloor sound design together with a challenging tonality, and have subsequently plunged themselves further into a sphere of techno they helped to influence by remixing acts such as Svreca, Giorgio Gigli & Obtane and Adam X’s Traversable Wormhole project.
Richard and Christine’s mix for Juno Plus feels like an extension of their own sound, with an hour’s worth of cold, dark, tunnelling techno from artists whose music has been an inspiration on their forthcoming release. We spoke with Oddie over email about their upcoming European tour, cassette tape labels and how to approach remixes.
You can read that here: bit.ly/Zpwyp1
TRACKLIST:
1. White Noise - The Visitation2. SBTRKT - Wildfire (Objekt mix)3. Dadub - Life4. T++ - Audio1995#85. 0 - Kolmas6. Isolee - Simone Rides7. Liasons Dangereuses - Peut etre… pas8. Sleeparchive - ACD-Voice9. OVR - Rapid Eye10. Robert Hood - And Then We Planned Our Escape11. Quadrant - 1.112. Dasha Rush - Dark Light Blind13. Orphx - Vanishing Point14. Inigo Kennedy - Chamber15. Cassegrain - Tiamat16. Samuel Kerridge - Waiting for Love III17. Casual Violence - Acceptance of the Fact at Hand18. Traversable Wormhole - Worldline (Orphx mix)19. Loktibrada - Untitled (Ian Richardson mix)20. Morgenstern - Railing21. Orphx - Outcast22. Trade - Positive Neckline23. Function - Voiceprint (reprise)
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(Source: Juno Plus)

Juno Plus Podcast 59: Orphx

Spend an hour in the company of Canadian techno royalty as Orphx mix our latest podcast.

The line which separates techno with noise and industrial music seems to have become increasingly blurred over the past few years; although the casual observer may see this as a recent development, in reality these sounds have been combining for a lot longer. One such outfit are Canadian duo and former Juno Plus interviewees Orphx, who have been exploring the meeting point between industrial music and techno in their music for the past 20 years, producing numerous albums alongside a number of vinyl, CD and cassette releases. With sonic force and rhythmic distortion as their guiding light, Richard Oddie and Christie Sealey have manoeuvred Orphx’s sound from the arena of experimental noise and industrial electronic music into a realm of techno shared by the likes of Adam X, Perc Trax and Svreca’s Semantica.

In 2009 Orphx made their label debut on Adam X’s Sonic Groove imprint with the Division EP, a release which exposed the duo to a new audience thanks to remixes from Surgeon and dub techno anchor Substance; until that point, the only remixes of Orphx came from either themselves, Jim DeJong’s The Infant Cycle project and a selection of remakes that appeared on Teletai - Rarities And Remixes in 2008.

Orphx are now a permanent fixture of Sonic Groove’s industrial-heavy roster; in addition to the four records they’ve already released for the label, the duo will be releasing the Boundary Conditions 12” next week. Since their first appearance on the label in 2009 Orphx have focused on melding elements of dancefloor sound design together with a challenging tonality, and have subsequently plunged themselves further into a sphere of techno they helped to influence by remixing acts such as Svreca, Giorgio Gigli & Obtane and Adam X’s Traversable Wormhole project.

Richard and Christine’s mix for Juno Plus feels like an extension of their own sound, with an hour’s worth of cold, dark, tunnelling techno from artists whose music has been an inspiration on their forthcoming release. We spoke with Oddie over email about their upcoming European tour, cassette tape labels and how to approach remixes.

You can read that here: bit.ly/Zpwyp1

TRACKLIST:

1. White Noise - The Visitation
2. SBTRKT - Wildfire (Objekt mix)
3. Dadub - Life
4. T++ - Audio1995#8
5. 0 - Kolmas
6. Isolee - Simone Rides
7. Liasons Dangereuses - Peut etre… pas
8. Sleeparchive - ACD-Voice
9. OVR - Rapid Eye
10. Robert Hood - And Then We Planned Our Escape
11. Quadrant - 1.1
12. Dasha Rush - Dark Light Blind
13. Orphx - Vanishing Point
14. Inigo Kennedy - Chamber
15. Cassegrain - Tiamat
16. Samuel Kerridge - Waiting for Love III
17. Casual Violence - Acceptance of the Fact at Hand
18. Traversable Wormhole - Worldline (Orphx mix)
19. Loktibrada - Untitled (Ian Richardson mix)
20. Morgenstern - Railing
21. Orphx - Outcast
22. Trade - Positive Neckline
23. Function - Voiceprint (reprise)

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(Source: Juno Plus)

Dadub - Life (Rrose Remix)

Violetshaped - Delusory Parasitosis

Kwartz - Decadent Grey



Dwarde - 93-95 Jungle Mixup 
TRACKLIST
Side A:
Dillinja - Stompers DelightFokus - UntitledFokus - Watch OutOrca - UntitledDJ Spatts - Rollin VoodooUnderground Software ft. The Singing Rats - The CricketsDJ Spatts - One Gun DubDillinja - Deadly Deep SubsDillinja - Deadly Deep Subs (Remix)DJ Phantasy - The Nu GrooveUrban Wax - Take Me Up (Remix)K-Rox ft. DJ Monita - AbandonedKoda - Time Of SignsK-Rox ft. DJ Monita - Don’t Take ItDJ Harmony - So RealDillinja - Sovereign Melody
Side B:
Dillinja - Sovereign MelodyKoda - SpacetekAtlas - Drifting Thru The GalaxyDoc Scott - It’s YoursDJ Crystl - Give It UpDJ Trace - Lost Entity (Remix)The Interrogator - FireplayAndy C & Randall - Sound Control (Remix)Radioactive Kids - You Got MeNoise Factory - Supreme KnowledgeCriminal Minds - Amen (Again)Noise Factory - Breakage #5Rev-P - Rhythm ProcessTight Control - Ruffin It UpJack & Phil - Don’t Beg 4 Love
DOWNLOAD SIDE A | DOWNLOAD SIDE B
(Source: Subvert Central)

Dwarde - 93-95 Jungle Mixup 

TRACKLIST

Side A:

Dillinja - Stompers Delight
Fokus - Untitled
Fokus - Watch Out
Orca - Untitled
DJ Spatts - Rollin Voodoo
Underground Software ft. The Singing Rats - The Crickets
DJ Spatts - One Gun Dub
Dillinja - Deadly Deep Subs
Dillinja - Deadly Deep Subs (Remix)
DJ Phantasy - The Nu Groove
Urban Wax - Take Me Up (Remix)
K-Rox ft. DJ Monita - Abandoned
Koda - Time Of Signs
K-Rox ft. DJ Monita - Don’t Take It
DJ Harmony - So Real
Dillinja - Sovereign Melody

Side B:

Dillinja - Sovereign Melody
Koda - Spacetek
Atlas - Drifting Thru The Galaxy
Doc Scott - It’s Yours
DJ Crystl - Give It Up
DJ Trace - Lost Entity (Remix)
The Interrogator - Fireplay
Andy C & Randall - Sound Control (Remix)
Radioactive Kids - You Got Me
Noise Factory - Supreme Knowledge
Criminal Minds - Amen (Again)
Noise Factory - Breakage #5
Rev-P - Rhythm Process
Tight Control - Ruffin It Up
Jack & Phil - Don’t Beg 4 Love

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(Source: Subvert Central)

Equinox - Don’t Wanna Hurt You

Theory ‎– Conquering Lion

Skitty & Heist - Ghost


Invite’s Choice Podcast 108 - Basic Soul Unit
The 108th Podcast of my weekly Podcast show Invite’s Choice!This week with guest: Basic Soul Unit
I haven’t had a Canadian guest on the show yet, so it’s about time. Born in Hong Kong and now living in Toronto, Stuart Li, better known as Basic Soul Unit, fits Invite’s Choice very well!
His music is hard to categorize, which makes it special! One of the reasons I launched this podcast is to think out of the box!
He’s been releasing music for about ten years now. Not a whole lot, but what he puts out is on awesome labels like Ostgut Ton, Creme Organization, Mule Electronic, Versatile and more!
Quality over quantity then, a good thing, especially in this day and age with enough shit being released every day.
BSU stands for quality and that shows in this week’s Invite’s Choice, enjoy!
TRACKLIST:
1. B. Calloway / Vibe / Submerge2. ? / You / 4th Wave3. Tuff Sherm / Leg Man / Trilogy Tapes4. Lady Blacktronica / Children Of The Ghetto / Your Only Friend5. Ob Ignitt / Oh Jabba / FXHE6. Kid Sublime / Afrofunkrhythm / Dopeness Galore7. G String / Revenge / Echovolt8. Comanchee’s Revenge / Tetrahedron / Creme Organization9. Noleian Reusse / Local Dialect / Black Tekno10. Third Side / The Absolute / Restoration11. The Analogue Cops / Pearls Robbery / Restoration12. Perseus Traxx / Gorgon / M>O>S13. Basic Soul Unit / Black Ice (Deetron Re-edit) / Midnight Shift14. Virginia / Neurosis / Ostgut Ton15. Martyn / Oceania / Dolly
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Invite’s Choice Podcast 108 - Basic Soul Unit

The 108th Podcast of my weekly Podcast show Invite’s Choice!
This week with guest: Basic Soul Unit

I haven’t had a Canadian guest on the show yet, so it’s about time. Born in Hong Kong and now living in Toronto, Stuart Li, better known as Basic Soul Unit, fits Invite’s Choice very well!

His music is hard to categorize, which makes it special! One of the reasons I launched this podcast is to think out of the box!

He’s been releasing music for about ten years now. Not a whole lot, but what he puts out is on awesome labels like Ostgut Ton, Creme Organization, Mule Electronic, Versatile and more!

Quality over quantity then, a good thing, especially in this day and age with enough shit being released every day.

BSU stands for quality and that shows in this week’s Invite’s Choice, enjoy!

TRACKLIST:

1. B. Calloway / Vibe / Submerge
2. ? / You / 4th Wave
3. Tuff Sherm / Leg Man / Trilogy Tapes
4. Lady Blacktronica / Children Of The Ghetto / Your Only Friend
5. Ob Ignitt / Oh Jabba / FXHE
6. Kid Sublime / Afrofunkrhythm / Dopeness Galore
7. G String / Revenge / Echovolt
8. Comanchee’s Revenge / Tetrahedron / Creme Organization
9. Noleian Reusse / Local Dialect / Black Tekno
10. Third Side / The Absolute / Restoration
11. The Analogue Cops / Pearls Robbery / Restoration
12. Perseus Traxx / Gorgon / M>O>S
13. Basic Soul Unit / Black Ice (Deetron Re-edit) / Midnight Shift
14. Virginia / Neurosis / Ostgut Ton
15. Martyn / Oceania / Dolly

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O-B-IGGNIT - Spage Age Steppin

Martyn - Bad Chicago

Ike Release - Spells