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Ōdio Records
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Founded2018[1]
FounderMichael Knight
StatusActive
Distributor(s)Label Engine
Genre
Country of originUnited Kingdom
LocationLondon, England
Official websiteodiorecs.com

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Ōdio Records is an independent Electronic music Record label based in the United Kingdom that was founded by Michael Knight[2]. Ōdio is focused on bringing the underground EDM artists to the forefront and providing a platform to release music on.[3]

History[edit]

2018[edit]

Ōdio Records released their aptly named debut Compilation album Issue 1 on January 1st.[2][4] Issue 1 hosted tracks from underground artists such as Guillotine, Graphyt, Zetta, Whales, Nasko and many others as well. Trap music (EDM) artist Atik who hails from Athens, Greece also had his Trap song Spooky Syndrome included in here to show that the label was versatile and not limited to dubstep.[5][6]

On January 15th, 2018, new label Ōdio Records blasts into the dubstep scene with the dynamic Chopper EP by Uk producer Guillotine. The dynamic of this EP shows that the label would have a promising future in the heavy bass music industry. Chopper starts off with the title tracks evocative intro sprinkled with a heavy bassline prior to the Glitch hop style drop. The second track, Slime, starts with an old-school Dubstep feel to it, before coming in with sounds that will appeal to old and new Dubstep fans alike. Take It Out brings a melodic introduction to enthrall the listener briefly before getting straight to the point with a fierce buildup. The project comes to a well-rounded end with Yoytoy that kept fans bobbing their heads for more.[7]

Shortly following the Chopper EP on January 29th, Ōdio was back with another EP release, this time from label familiar BVSSIC. With the Tonedeath EP, the label started to receive more recognition for having releases that were of high quality and unique.[8] Devil's Right Hand Man was the first track on the label to feature the vocals of UK rapper MagMag.[9]

Following his track My Reality Ft. cluda on the Issue 1 compilation at the start of the year,[10] Sekai is back with the first single from the label, titled Medicine.[11] This Hybrid trap song was the second on the label to use vocals from rapper MagMag.

A week later, the second single, Lose Control, brought newcomer Redax to the label limelight.[12] This track started to bring a lot more attention to the label as it racked up over 100,000 plays on the online music streaming platform SoundCloud.[13] Dubstep artist Virtual Riot later on included this song in both his Rampage and Tomorrowland (festival) sets.[14]

Later on in May, BVSSIC was back with his second EP release, this one titled Ignition EP. This experimental EP was nostalgic in that it brings the listener back to the early days of dubsteps inception. This EP continued to show that Ōdio was pushing the boundaries of dubstep due to the included elements of Riddim (EDM) and Hybrid trap.[15]

The week following the release of the Ignition EP, Le Lion came back to release his third tracks and second single on Ōdio, Splxtsecond.[16] Le Lion has been deemed as one of the most original dubstep producers in the underground scene as his tracks are unique and don't follow the typical dubstep formula everyone is used to.[17]

By June, the producer from Germany, Redax, was back on Ōdio, but this time with his deput EP (Over The Top EP) for the label. Redax started gaining an impressive amount of support from the industry, including one of the more prominent Dubstep artists, Virtual Riot.[18] The four track EP starts with solo tracks Over The Top & Turn It Up. The third track, Swamp, was a collaboration between Redax and Deaf Kev, Misfit Massacre and Nasko. Prior to the full release of the EP, EDM Blog site 'YourEDM' had featured the fourth and final track Taking Over You featuring vocals from artists LoOF. They chose to premiere this track as it had a different feel than the rest of the EP and was the only one to feature a vocalist.[19]

Heavy Bass track Boneshaker by newcomer SEWS was featured by noiseporn for having a unique, inclusive and riveting sound. SEWS is a producer hailing from New Delhi, India that was drawn into EDM after he first heard the song Ghosts 'n' Stuff by producer Deadmau5. SEWS received inspiration from larger artists such as FuntCase, Zomboy, Skrillex & Flux Pavilion. Boneshaker's distinctive sound also contained elements of Trap music (EDM) and Bass house (music).[20]

August saw the release of the labels second compilation Issue 2.[21] This compilation included previous artists and new additions including Jarvis, Killrina and Sora to name a few. The Issue 2 compilation shows that Ōdio contains many talented artists and is a driving force behind the underground EDM scene.[2]

On September 9th, label resident JOOL made his first appearance on Ōdio with Giza, the collaborative effort between himself and Whales. Before Giza, JOOL had a couple releases on Never Say Die: Black Label, as well as an official remix of the track Signal by LAXX on parent label Never Say Die Records. Giza is best described as "A collaboration among the middle east".[22] A couple months later, JOOL released his debut EP with Ōdio, The Warrior EP.[23] The Warrior EP opens with an intro full of Middle Eastern inspired sounds followed by his underground dubstep sound.[24]

November brought the 4th EP release by resident BVSSIC.[25] The Artificial Idiocy EP was featured by 'Earmilk' for it's futuristic sound and heavy bass-lines.[26]

2019[edit]

In the beginning of 2019, JOOL was back with his second EP release titled War EP.[27] The War EP was featured by Bassrush upon release.[28] JOOL was labelled as one of the 'Ones to Watch:19 For 2019' artists by UKF Music. JOOL is recognized for bringing strong Middle Eastern motifs and instrumentation that represent his homeland of Cairo, Egypt.[29]

In February, Redax was back to release his next EP, Better Come Correct.[30] The EP contains four tracks including collabs with Mr. Herms and Fentum as well as another partnership with vocalist LoOF.[14]

Ōdio released the first of their Untapped compilation EP series in March of 2019.[31] The Untapped series was created to showcase a collection of singles from underground artists that should be recognized for their hard work. BVSSIC was once again recognized as a driving force behind the underground with his unique and stand-out style. His track Untangled from the EP was featured on DLNW and garnered support from larger artists such as Figure (musician), Algo, Whales and Dion Timmer.[32]

Bassrush once again featured Ōdio for bringing the sound of the underground to the forefront. This time, with their Issue 4 compilation. This release featured label veterans like Guillotine, Ablaze, Redax and Zetta, while also bringing in some newcomers such as Nosphere and Jiqui.[33]

New Hampshire native Viperactive made his debut on the label with single Thrill.[34] The single fits perfectly with the direction Ōdio has taken as it contains dark undertones as well as the hybrid qualities of dubstep and nu-psytrance basslines.[35]

By the end of 2019, UKF Music had featured Ōdio Records again as one of their '19 For 2019: Labels' to watch out for. They were recognized for covering "the full spectrum of bass music and beyond with brazen uncategorizable fusions, hybrids and curve-balls." The label is renowned for pushing new artists into the spotlight such as Redax, JOOL, SEWS, BVSSIC & Spitfya with their high-quality creativity.[36]

2020[edit]

2020 has started off strong with the label releasing the single, How You Feel, by The Arcturians & hayve who have a combined total of over 200,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.[37][38] On release day, How You Feel also received the premiere treatment from UKF Music.[39] The single was played out at the Rainbow Six Siege Clash of Nations final on January 25/26th at Dreamhack Leipzig - one of the biggest Esports festivals in Europe.[40]

Artists[edit]

  • Ace Aura
  • BVSSIC
  • EVOID
  • EXCLUSION
  • Glaive
  • Guillotine
  • Jiqui
  • JOOL
  • Le Lion
  • Levi Walsh
  • Misfit Massacre
  • Nosphere
  • Nvikto
  • OWTLAW
  • Pane Mua
  • Redax
  • SEWS
  • Sora
  • Tom The Freak
  • Zetta

Releases[edit]

Standard releases[41][edit]

Year Artist Release Type Release Date Catalogue
2018 Various Artists Issue 1 Compilation 1 January 2018 ODI001
Guillotine Chopper EP EP 15 January 2018 ODI002
BVSSIC Tonedeath EP EP 29 January 2018 ODI003
Sekai ft. MagMag Medicine Single 5 February 2018 ODI004
Redax Lose Control Single 12 February 2018 ODI005
Le Lion Retro Funk Single 19 February 2018 ODI006
Tryple & Our Enemies The Monster Single 26 February 2018 ODI007
Scarbelly Infektion Single 5 March 2018 ODI008
Zeneth ft. MagMag Highlands Single 19 March 2018 ODI009
Sora Next Level Single 26 March 2018 ODI010
Zikiel Shockwave Single 2 April 2018 ODI011
Various Artists Issue 1 Remixes Compilation 16 April 2018 ODI012
Dizrupt The Void Single 23 April 2018 ODI013
BVSSIC Ignition EP EP 7 May 2018 ODI014
Le Lion Splxtsecond Single 14 May 2018 ODI015
Pane Mua Encounters Single 21 May 2018 ODI016
Guillotine & BVSSIC Poise Single 28 May 2018 ODI017
Redax Over The Top EP EP 11 June 2018 ODI018
Spitfya Apocalypse EP EP 25 June 2018 ODI019
SEWS Boneshaker Single 1 July 2018 ODI020
Guillotine Magnitude EP EP 16 July 2018 ODI021
Zikiel & BVSSIC Mad Orc Single 23 July 2018 ODI022
Redax Ridiculous Single 30 July 2018 ODI023
Various Artists Issue 2 Compilation 13 August 2018 ODI024
BVSSIC Sardonic Sub EP EP 27 August 2018 ODI025
Majoras Drep Fifties Single 3 September 2018 ODI026
Myamo & NoService Slapdash Single 10 September 2018 ODI027
JOOL & Whales Giza Single 17 September 2018 ODI028
Sora Ghost Of Shinjuku EP EP 1 October 2018 ODI029
SADGORILLAZ A L L E R T Single 8 October 2018 ODI030
Various Artists Issue 2 Remixes Compilation 22 October 2018 ODI031
JOOL The Warrior EP EP 5 November 2018 ODI032
BVSSIC Artificial Idiocy EP EP 19 November 2018 ODI033
Gohma & Misfit Massacre Sarkha Single 26 November 2018 ODI034
Various Artists Odio 2018 Compilation 17 December 2018 ODI035
Various Artists Issue 3 Compilation 31 December 2018 ODI036
2019 Zetta The Ligma Enigma EP EP 14 January 2019 ODI037
JOOL War EP EP 28 January 2019 ODI038
Le Lion Flex EP EP 11 February 2019 ODI039
Redax Better Come Correct EP EP 25 February 2019 ODI040
Various Artists Untapped Vol. 1 Compilation 11 March 2019 ODI041
BVSSIC Two-Faced EP EP 25 March 2019 ODI042
Various Artists Odio Remixes Vol. 1 Compilation 8 April 2019 ODI043
Ablaze Supernova EP EP 29 April 2019 ODI044
Pane Mua Bipolar EP EP 27 May 2019 ODI045
Various Artists Untapped Vol. 2 Compilation 8 July 2019 ODI046
JOOL Camel Toe EP EP 22 July 2019 ODI047
Control Freak Kabeedo / Phantoms Single 12 August 2019 ODI048
Various Artists Issue 4 Compilation 28 August 2019 ODI049
Exclusion Dissect The Dead EP EP 9 September 2019 ODI050
BVSSIC Sub-Conscious EP EP 23 September 2019 ODI051
SEWS Grim Scythe EP EP 7 October 2019 ODI052
Various Artists Untapped Vol. 3 Compilation 22 October 2019 ODI053
Viperactive Thrill Single 2 December 2019 ODI054
Various Artists Odio Remixes Vol. 2 Compilation 16 December 2019 ODI055
2020 Ablaze Limit Break EP EP 6 January 2020 ODI056
The Arcturians & hayve How You Feel Single 13 January 2020 ODI057
Various Artists Untapped Vol. 4 Compilation 20 January 2020 ODI058
FALSE HERO False God EP EP 27 January 2020 ODI059
JOOL Thunderstorm Single 3 February 2020 ODI060
Guillotine Goop EP EP 10 February 2020 ODI061
Various Artists Untapped Vol. 5 Compilation 17 February 2020 ODI062
BVSSIC Idea of Evil EP EP 24 February 2020 ODI063
Zetta Evil and Beyond EP EP 2 March 2020 ODI064
Kadaver Catalyst Single 9 March 2020 ODI065

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