disko505 - Ogris Debris - Something Good


Our fourth release comes from Ogris Debris, part of the Affine family (home of Dorian Concept and Cid Rim) and an internationally acclaimed producer duo from Vienna. Combining cutting-edge digital production with finest ingredients of Techno and House, Ogris Debris create a unique brand of dance music that is widely acknowledged as innovative by the global scene.

Ogris Debris drop the technofied disco bustle of 'Something Good' backed with skewed house remixes by The Clonious and DVA's Hi:Emotions. The original sounds something like Rob Hood's Floorplan given a makeover by Hackman, replete with simmering organ chords, shuffling, driving drums and warped vocal for the kids. Flip it for the good stuff; DVA re-synch swooping subs, flickering Afro-funky drums and LFO-swept synthlines to infectiously loose, psychoactive effect, and OD's Austrian pal, The Clonious gets frisky with a stumbling, crooked broken beat/house version. (Boomkat)

disko505 - Ogris Debris - Something Good


Our fourth release comes from Ogris Debris, part of the Affine family (home of Dorian Concept and Cid Rim) and an internationally acclaimed producer duo from Vienna. Combining cutting-edge digital production with finest ingredients of Techno and House, Ogris Debris create a unique brand of dance music that is widely acknowledged as innovative by the global scene.

Ogris Debris drop the technofied disco bustle of 'Something Good' backed with skewed house remixes by The Clonious and DVA's Hi:Emotions. The original sounds something like Rob Hood's Floorplan given a makeover by Hackman, replete with simmering organ chords, shuffling, driving drums and warped vocal for the kids. Flip it for the good stuff; DVA re-synch swooping subs, flickering Afro-funky drums and LFO-swept synthlines to infectiously loose, psychoactive effect, and OD's Austrian pal, The Clonious gets frisky with a stumbling, crooked broken beat/house version. (Boomkat)