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Album Review

The seven-track OddJobs remix EP features two versions from the Phoenecia alias Soul Oddity, as well as one each from a few friends (Richard Devine, Push Button Objects, Takeshi Muto) and compatriots from Detroit (Ectomorph) and England (Autechre). Except for the warped bass shots of PBO's production and the stuttered experimental techno of Richard Devine's, the first Soul Oddity remix is best, with an acid-era siren paving the way for some heavily processed neo-electro.


Formed: 1994 in Miami, FL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Unlikely heirs to the legacy of Miami hip-hop represented by Maggotron, 2 Live Crew, Tony Butler, and MC A.D.E., beat decomposers Phoenecia combine bass music's boom with the glitchy, angular, digitally processed post-electro of Autechre, RAC, and other artists associated with the British Warp label. Originally releasing music as Soul Oddity, producers Romulo Del Castillo and Joshua Kay formed Phoenecia in 1997, when their sound took a more minimalist turn, focusing on complex percussive figures...
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