In my busy schedule, I have neglected to post on this site that my music partner in crime, Michelle Chamuel (aka The Reverb Junkie) is currently on The Voice on NBC. Not only is she on The Voice, but she’s made it to the Finale this coming Monday. Which leads me to requesting a small favor from Odd Year fans: We are going to need everyone’s help by voting for her this Monday. Here are couple examples of why you should vote Michelle:
New Preview from EP2 with The Reverb Junkie (aka Michelle Chamuel):
Odd Year & The Reverb Junkie – On The Radio (Preview) by oddyear
Really dug the original track and wanted to give the remix more of a dubby downtempo treatment.
At last, my collaboration with The Reverb Junkie, EP1, is out today! It’s been over a year in the making, but you finally get to hear the finished product today. The first time I heard The Reverb Junkie’s vocals was on a track submission for a contest over at indabamusic and thought to myself that her voice would be an excellent match for my instrumentals. So shortly after hearing her voice, I sent her an email and was pleasantly surprised that she was willing to take a few tracks of mine out for a spin. What she then emailed back to me where these wonderful pieces of art that are now part of EP1. So please listen, enjoy and share if deemed worthy.
Taking this forthcoming track from Rufus Wainwright straight to an underground club. The original will be released on his upcoming album, Out of the Game (set for release in the UK April 23rd, in Canada April 24th, and in the US May 1st). Hope you all dig!
At last, the first track from my collaboration with The Reverb Junkie is here! For those that have followed me on twitter, facebook, or at my other site (www.audiodrums.com) have known for sometime that I was working a on a new project but not much else. Well at long last we have a sample of what to expect from our forthcoming album.
Think along the lines of Hot Chip, Miike Snow, Imogen Heap and you’ll have a solid base as to the sound and characteristics of our music. The collaboration began when I first heard The Reverb Junkies vocals on a track from dntel (one half of the postal service) over at indabamusic.com. From there we started sending files back and forth and here we are with the release of our first single.