Out now: The Ohm Series: Foci’s Left – Life in a Less Southern Town LP (Ohm02)
The Ohm Series continues with Foci’s Left who delivers his most accomplished release to date. This LP is based on emotions Mick experiences writing music in the town of Carterton, Oxfordshire; additionally Oxford, as a means to express himself. “Life In A Less Southern Town” runs the gamut of the ambient, drone, synthesizer and modern classical worlds to offer something unique. To make it fuller, Mick called in Slowdive’s (now reformed seminal 80s/90s shoegazers) Simon Scott to remix “Erratic Pathway”. Scott worked with Brian Eno on the group’s “Souvlaki” LP in the early 1990s, and compliments this LP perfectly, blending the original sounds into a new plain of sonic timbre
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Out now: Fishy – Hidden from View EP (OmniEP031)
Fishy jumps back on to Omni Music with his third EP, this time also featuring the talents of Peron and Koil.
This EP is what you have come to expect from Fishy, deep, intelligent and hypnotic atmospheric grooves, showing his skill for ascendent vibes and space-age chilled out sounds. Featuring a mixture of clever melodics, absorbing basslines and serene pads, each track is a masterclass in executing this chilled style.
Fishy has featured on many labels over the years and with his sounds being so beautifully balanced and infectious, we expect to see his name appear more and more as time goes on.
Out now: The Ohm Series: J Breaks – Drift EP (Ohm01)
Welcome to the first installment of ‘The Ohm Series’. Taking a different direction to that Omni music is known for, this series aims to release deep techno, acid house infused rhythms, ambient house, atmospheric soundscapes, and everything in between.
The series will feature a number of Omni Music regulars taking their sounds into exciting new directions, as well as seasoned trance, breakbeat and deep house producers.
This first installment features J Breaks, an eclectic ambient and Electronica producer from the USA. Mixing a number of influences and styles he has created a beautifully ethereal collection of electronica that allows the mind to drift and thoughts to burst into life.
Watch out for the second installment soon from Foci’s Left, featuring more ambient and experimental soundscapes, as well some deep house and techno forthcoming from Aural Imbalance, Audapta, Red Devil and label owner Eschaton
Out now: Scale – Collision Course LP (Omni018)
Scale jumps back on board Omni Music with his first full solo LP. This LP focuses primarily on his love for the techstep and Neurofunk styles with crashing snares, robotic percussion and hauntingly stark atmospheres. The hectic drums paint a world of mechanoid landscapes and intelligent design run amok. You’ll need to strap yourself in as some of the tracks let loose with their militant unforgiving rhythms. Occasionally the chaos is interspersed with interludes of harmony and structure before the machines rise up once again.
We’re sure you’ll love the deep dark and futuristic sounds of Scale, and Omni Music will be featuring him again in the future as he is a talent to behold.
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Out now: Okee – Quazar Ascendance EP (OmniEP030)
Okee makes his first full EP debut on Omni Music with a selection of astoundingly beautiful space odysseys. Beginning with the ethereal flight of Shantii, the EP then evolves into chilled out blissful journeys into delicate drums and shifting pads as Okee takes you on an interstellar journey to far flung places.
Clearly one of the most talented atmospheric drum and bass producers to arise lately, he has been expertly carving out a resurgence of Artcore Jungle. Expect much much more from this unstoppable producer from Serbia.
Out now: Meanone – Luminescence EP (Omnizero31)
Meanone makes his debut on Omni Music with 4 deep atmospheric grooves. Expertly crafting sonic excursions into space, his sounds paint a vision of far off nebulae and unknown galaxies as the music explores the cosmos. Omni Music will be featuring Meaone often in the future, to take us off on interstellar voyages.
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Out now: Brijawi – 68 Funk EP (Omnizero30)
Omni Music welcomes newcomer Brijawi with 3 tracks of deep funky beats. Always on the look out for new talent, Brijawi is the first in a long line of up and coming artists we will be championing this year. The title track demonstrates Brijawi’s excellent ear for interesting beats as he constructs a beautifully laid out slice of funk in 6/8 rhythm, something rarely heard in drum and bass. Akro takes the listener into atmospheric drumfunk territory with clever edits and some serious grooves. The closer to the EP, SG, takes a darker rougher edge but still with driving evolving drumfunk breaks to shake the speakers and walls. Omni Music will be waiting for more from this talented newcomer and will be sure to send his beats as far as possible.
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Out Now: Scale – Shadow Warrior EP (Omnizero28)
Scale is back to tantalize your ears with subtle but deadly covert rhythms. Using his trademark techstep and early-photek influnces he creates an EP of epic proportions, with beats that slice the air apart like a sword. This is the perfect introduction to his LP that is going to be hitting the stores soon, so watch this space for further precision led beats.
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Out Now: K-Chaos – Reverse Engineering EP (OmniEP029)
K-Chaos returns to Omni Music with 4 tracks of deeply experimental drum and bass. Floating around somewhere between dark atmospherics, twisted glitchy soundscapes and drumfunk, each track lives in a realm of their own taking the listener to a land of strange ethereal soundscapes.
As this talented artist from Croatia continues to refine his sound, we look forward to more experimentation, more twisted breaks and certainly more excursions into a dark world of fairy tales, which are guaranteed to surface once more on Omni Music.
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Out Now: Cryogenics – The Fallen EP (OmniEP028)
Cryogenics returns to Omni Music with his new EP, crammed full of incredibly deep beats and atmospheres. Cryogenics is one of the hottest new producers around and Omni Music are happy to support his vision of how beats should be made. These 4 tracks show his versatility and skill at creating diverse and captivating music, from tour de force atmospheric amens to exquisite drumfunk tales .Omni fans will all agree that Cryogenics is a worthy addition to the label, and here at Omni HQ we’re already looking forward to his first full length LP, that will be surfacing later in 2014.
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Out now: Taijit2 LP (Various Artists) (Omni020)
Omni Music starts 2014 with a bang, featuring a new compilation of deep beats and atmospheres from artists old and new. Those familiar with the first Taijitu LP will know exactly what to expect, 12 tracks of varied, emotional and epic compositions. Starting on a chillout note, courtesy of Christian Bokhove, the LP evolves through to experimental beats, artcore sounds, oldskool jungle influences, liquid-tinged vibes, Techstep stamped rhythms, and everything in between. Omni Music is committed to bringing you the deepest beats throughout 2014, so keep your ear to the ground as we continue the journey to the future.
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Out now: Eschaton – Primordial Data LP (Omnizero27)
Welcome to the vaults….the developing sounds of Eschaton from 2002-2007, the long lost and forgotten past.
The idea of this release is to show the progression of sound that accompanies each artist on their journey to the future. Not only is this meant as an interesting history lesson and collectors piece for Omni fans, but as a humble recognition that everyone artist must re-define their sound as they progress and learn. Hopefully this will serve as a example to those who feel that their sound isn’t up to scratch or sometimes feel like they’re not getting anywhere.
All artists have had this, and you will push your way through it.
These tracks are experimental, sometimes raw, with mixdowns that can no longer be fixed, but overall you should feel the sense of discovery as the pieces are more about finding my own feet as an artist, with the resounding factor in these tracks being how to make the ideas in my mind come to life.
It is also a way for me to discard the past and move on as I have often wanted to revisit these tracks, as I loved the flurry of ideas I had when I first started producing, but a lot of these projects are no longer salvageable. So with that in mind, the only way to move on is to open up and accept the past for what it is; let it be seen, felt and heard, and set it free. Just like life itself, you must acknowledge the past to progress to the future.
And now I can move on to the next chapter.
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Many dubs of his have floated around for years without ever officially seeing the light of day, but Omni Music were never going to let these new tunes go by unnoticed.
3 tracks of pure celestial bliss make this release perfect for Omni Music, transporting the listener through deep space and through distant constellations, with its progressive and absorbing beats and atmospherics.
Out now: Enjoy – Layering Errors CD (Omni019)
This LP has been a long time in the making, and the attention to detail and adept execution of his ideas clearly show that. Enjoy continues to go from strength to strength, from his beginnings on free net labels, his first appearances on Omni music and then on to his incredible pieces released on Subtle Audio. This is the sound of a musician who seems to just get better and better with each release, so stay tuned for more from this exciting and creative producer as time progresses.
Out Now: Cryogenics: – Deception EP (Omnizero26)
If you’ve never heard of Speak before then you’re in for a surprise as his cutting-edge break slicing merges with an oldskool jungle ethos, creating 4 tracks of timeless music for the mind and body. I dare you to try and sit still while listening, no one has been able to so far.
Speak will return to Omni Music again in the future to offer you more turbulent rhythms and clever melodics washed down with a healthy dose of originality.
Out now: Paluca – Brain Kills the Dream EP (OmniEP025)
Omni Music presents Paluca’s first full solo EP , with 4 tracks of driving deep dnb for the body and soul. People dream and make plans about their work, music and life as a whole every day. But there is something, some feature of their brain, that can stop them from the realisation of these plans and dreams. The brain creates thoughts where a person can see himself defeated, riddled with problems that seem too challenging, bringing doubt and insecurity. So the fight between the brain and the dreams just go on and on. But through the conflict inside of them, people can find strength within their souls that keep them working and creating , refusing to give in to the negativity cast their way. This is Paluca’s journey, a journey many know only too well, but every negative can be overcome, every doubt can be defeated. The tracks on this EP reflect that battle, from self-doubt to being born again with absolute determination and clarity of mind.
1. Illusion of Fear
2. Fight with Artificial fear
3. Brain Loses
4. Birth of a clear Mind
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Out now: Acid Lab - Aurora EP (OmniEP024)
Acid Lab jumps back on the Omni Music release schedule with his first solo EP.
He has kept the vibe clearly all things Omni, with 3 tracks of deep atmospheric drum workouts, washed with ambient synths and subterranean bass hooks.
The title track Aurora mixes drumfunk edits and synth washes that carry the listener into an interstellar dream. This is followed by Moons of Saturn, an epic amen journey reminiscent of late 90’s Good Looking Records masterpieces. The EP ends on the beautifully arranged Funky Mule-driven ‘Sunstorm’ where the deep beats merge with even more ambient atmospheres to create another space age voyage for those who close their eyes and let themselves go. Once again, Acid Lab shows his versatility and skill at turning his hand to different styles within the drum and bass universe.
2. Moons of saturn
Out now: Simon Bean- Chaotic Harmony EP (OmniEP023)
Chaotic Harmony pulls the listener in with it’s oldskool drumfunk breaks, mystical tones and intense atmosphere.The Sea calms things down, taking you on a reflective journey across a mental sea.
This debut EP has Omni Music waiting with baited breath to hear more from this talented newcomer, and I’m sure you’ll all agree.
Out now: Limit/Asymmetric – Hypnotizing EP (OmniEP022)
Limit and Asymmetric are set to be regular names on Omni Music and for very good reason. Limit will be back on the remix duties soon, as he works his magic on some more tracks from Eschaton’s Drum and Space series, while Asymmetric will be appearing too in the future to wreak havoc on your senses.
Out now: Deep Stealth – Imperial Shores EP (Omnizero25)
Out now: Digitized Part 2 LP (Ohmni009)
A varied collection paying homage to classic Digibeat releases, along with a sprinkling of exclusive unreleased pieces. Both volumes are testament to the high quality of the net labels output, with some of the most exciting artists in the underground drum and bass scene making appearances. This second volume goes into generally darker rougher territory, showcasing the versatility of the label.
Out now: Digitized Part 1 LP (Ohmni008)
A varied collection paying homage to classic Digibeat releases, along with a sprinkling of exclusive unreleased pieces. Both volumes are testament to the high quality of the net labels output, with some of the most exciting artists in the underground drum and bass scene making appearances.
Out now: Eschaton – Drum and Space Volume 3 (Omni017)
This third volume is dedicated to the memory of Jay Le Roc Brown, who departed for his next dimensional adventure far earlier than any of us can understand the reason for. This is for you, peace be with you brother, your smile will forever light up the cosmos.
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Out now: Indidjinous – Relics Volume 3 (Ohmni007)
This is the conclusion of the Relics series, a collection of older productions given a brand new facelift and updated for his fans. At Omni Music we’re certainly happy he went back to these tracks, as the whole series has been an incredible tour de force of dark epic beats.
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Out now: Kappadee – Antartic/Redemption (Omnizero24)
Out now: Perceiver - Homecoming/Knowledge Acquired (Omnizero23)
Out now: K-Chaos – In the Woods EP (Omnizero22)
Out now: Dwarde – Shard EP (OmniEP021)
Trademark amens, precise break work and timeless melodies make this EP perfect for both old-skoolers and Nu-skoolers.
Keep an eye on Dwarde as his rhythms are going to be travelling far.
Out now: Reborn – Mozaique EP (OnniEP020)
Mozaique sets the scene with crisp rhythms, delicate melodies and an infectious atmospheric groove.
Unheard Mercury completes the release in a more experimental fashion.mixing analogue synth washes, chopped up breaks and retro acoustics to create a unique piece of music.
Out now: OmniEP018 – Fada – Red Sky EP
Expect more from Fada this year as he is one of the most talented artists on the drumfunk scene.
Out now: Various Artists – Omni Retro LP (Ohmni005)
Omni Music presents Omni Retro. 12 tracks of oldskool acidhouse/electro and hardcore inspired by the sounds from the halcyon years of 1988 to 1991. This LP features DJ Senator with his reinterpretations of the oldskool sounds he used to play over the airwaves; Wilsh with his electro 808 state inspired amiga masterpieces; Roo Stercogburn with his own unique blend of tasty electronica and the hardcore breakbeat grooves from Storehouse. Finishing the LP is label owner Eschaton with two upbeat breakbeat numbers with flavours of 1990.
Here’s hoping for more delicious acidhouse and oldskool electro from these guys in the future.
Out now: St Kaaz – Hysteria EP (Omnizero20)
This is music made to accompany a descent into madness. These are the sounds of psychosis.
Out now: Pete Rann – Feel Alright EP (OmniEP019)
Fans of his work will not be disappointed as his unique atmospheric style shines through with summer sunshine vibes.
Tune for a quiet storm starts the EP in epic style, with a soaring progressive soundscape, which is followed by two upbeat atmospheric grooves with his trademark synth work. The EP closes with the title track ‘Feel Alright’; that drops the tempo but keeps the deep vibe, with hypnotic beats and detroit-esque flavours.
Pete Rann will continue to be a permanent fixture on Omni Music in the future, so watch out for more of his atmospheric travels.
Out now: Eschaton – Drum and Space Volume 2 (Omni016)
Label owner Eschaton returns with his second volume of cosmic beats and atmospherics. Continuing where he left off with Volume 1, he delves deeper into the universe in search of the sounds of the cosmos. Mixing epic pads, oldskool rhythms and alien percussion, these 12 tracks are designed for you to close your eyes and experience his journey to the outer reaches of space.
Once Eschaton reaches his destination later in the year, he’ll report back to earth with volume 3 very shortly after.
Out now: New Beginnings EP Limited Edition 12″ vinyl (OmniV001)
Out now: Sound and Space Volume 2 (Various Artists) (Omni015)
This time we take you deeper still into outer space with a varied collection of interpretations, featuring the space cadet ‘Okee’, the drumfunk extraordinaire ‘Fada’ and the magnificent experimentations from Jiva, SubFilter and mono_sono.
Omni Music are also proud to feature the superb Voyager on the label, who many will know as the mastermind and engineer of so many classic Lucky Spin and Deejay Recordings masterpieces, as well as being a fantastic artist in his own right. The compilation also features Omni Music regulars, St Kaaz and Parallel, the consistently brilliant Madcap and the atmospheric king Bass’Flo.
Omni Music hopes you enjoy this second round of remixes and re-interpretations.
Out now: Madcap and Wilsh – Sanctuary EP (OmniEP017)
Wilsh starts the EP with 4 tracks of deep grooves; mixing lush pads, punchy sub bass and a delicious slice of analogue heaven, with vocals from Caroline Arnett complimenting Deep Set
Completing the EP is the Wilsh and Madcap collaboration ‘Sanctuary’. An exercise in classic intelligent beats, with it’s laid back breaks, and sumptuous melodics. A track that would fit nicely alongside anything from DJ Pulse from the mid nineties.
Madcap has been receiving high praise from many influential DJs of late and it’s not hard to see why, and combined with Wilsh they make an unstoppable partnership.
Its great to have these two artists back on board and I’m sure you’ll all agree.
Out Now: Sky Residents – Whispering (OmniEP016)
The second track ‘Sky Souls and Fairies’ takes you to a drifting plain of serene sounds that fits perfectly with the previously released PreluDJ LP, encapsulating the same ambient elements and live instrumentation.
To finish, Whispering gets an atmospheric drumfunk workout courtesy of label owner, Eschaton. Twisting up the original parts, he creates a potent mix of funked up rhythms, blissful pads and exquisite vocals to make a dancefloor move.
Out now: Tidal and Nemanoe – Aural Sequences EP (OmniEP015)
Omni Music welcomes Advections Musics’ very own Tidal and Nemanoe.
Tidal has been involved with the atmospheric scene for many years now and his tracks have been picked up by Good Looking records amongst others. Here he gives us 2 beautiful excursions into the atmospheric dreamy sounds he has become known for. Serene pads, perfectly placed hooks and hypnotic beat patterns take your mind to places it’s never been before. Nemanoe contributes with an atmospheric experimental piece of epic proportions. Mixing militant rhythms and synth washes, he gives us a true gem of a tune. Omni is proud to have two such prominent atmospheric producers on the label and hopes to see more of these extremely talented artists again soon.
Out now: Sound and Space Volume 1 CD and Digital (Omni014)
Omni Music presents Sound and Space Volume 1, featuring 12 re-interpretations of tracks from Eschaton’s Drum and Space Volume 1.
Each artist has made the sounds into their own and created a whole new sonic universe with each piece. This compilation features regular Omni favourites, such as Infest, as well as featuring the well known atmospheric kings of drum and bass; Aural Imbalance, Nemanoe and Tidal.
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Out now: Marvel Cinema – Digital genetics EP (OmniEP013)
The future sound technicians, Marvel Cinema, return to Omni Music with 4 more of their more experimental offerings. Once again encapsulating sounds from times that are yet to occur they offer the listener trademark crisp aesthetics, beats that punch your speakers with precision and an ever persistent hum of deep subs and grooves.
Marvel Cinema have become a regular fixture in the Omni roster and for good reason, being always able to craft sounds of an alien nature that keep the mind working and the limbs moving. Marvel Cinema will return to Omni Music in the future, after all, we at Omni Music are pretty sure that’s where they originally travelled from.