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A classic record

This album is kinda like a quilt for people that like quilts, its worn in and everyone loves it that had that quilt at one point but for the people that just dont understand it might just be a great comfy new blanket that doesnt mean anything to them besides its good all around for what it is.


overused as that word is in this genre, i feel there's no other word to describe it. it has all those classic sounds, but mixed up in a totally original and most of all, melodic way. if you want something to bring you back to the old house / techno (detroit!) sound, that's fresh sounding and original, get this.

Sweet lil electronica record from Ghostly Intl.

if you like electronica that's true to its purest forms and concepts, you'll love Osborne. No subcategories make this CD justice. It's like techno, acid, house, uptempo all wrapped in perfectly cured bacon. It's beautifully executed, intrisical enough to keep you guessing throughout pretty much the entire album, and driving as much as electronica can be.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Based in Ypsilanti, MI, a town located between Ann Arbor and Detroit, producer/DJ Todd Osborn first gained notoriety outside his region as Soundmurderer, releasing hyper-intense ragga jungle productions on his Rewind label with partner SK-1 (Tadd Mullinix, aka Dabrye, James T. Cotton). The attention paid to Soundmurderer peaked with a mix for Violent Turd, 2003's Wired for Sound, which whipped through 60 tracks in less than 70 minutes. Techno and house releases credited to Todd Osborn and Osborne...
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