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Let's Get It...

by OHN

The debut album "Let's Get It.." incorporates a lush mix of downtempo electronics, deep bass rhythms, melodic guitar journeys and vintage key grooves. Mix jazz, hip-hop, soul, techno, and rock, then stir. Features former members of Soak, 16volt and Larry.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. Crawlspace
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2. Chickenwire
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3. V1
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4. Magnetic
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5. Re-Entry
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6. Regret
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7. V2
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8. Cowboys and Indians
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9. The Traveler
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10. Boudoir
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11. V3
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12. Down at Larry's
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13. The Golden Path
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14. Dusk
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15. V4
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
BIO:

OHN formed when a diverse group of musicians from several known Austin bands found a common musical ground. While recording at Romper Room Studios, a lush mix of downtempo electronics, deep bass rhythms, melodic guitar journeys and vintage key grooves was born and shaped into what is now their debut album, "Lets Get It...". Bildeaux, founding father, programmer and producer, is a former member of Los Angeles' 16 Volt, as well as a former member of Austin's Soak. Guitarist Chal Boudreaux also hails from Soak. Chris Forshage has played with many acts including Larry, Grass, Groovin Ground and Eden's Plot. Andrew Tachovsky is also a guitar veteran, previously sharing stages with Chris in Pura Vida. Ryan Blum-Kryzstal plays keys and sings with Oceanic, and Sugar has played drums and samples with many Austin bands such as Retarded Elf, House in Orbit, Soak, and Burn.

Members:
Chal Boudreaux: Random (Guitars, Bass)
Bildeaux : Producer (Loops, Samples)
Chris Forshage: Lead Guitar (Bass, Guitar, Electric Sitar)
Andrew Tachovsky: Rhythm Guitar (Funkmaster)
Ryan Blum-Kryzstal: Keyboards (Soul)
Sugar: Drums (Vdrums, Loops)

Quotes:
"Finally something refreshing and new that stands out in the sea of nonsensical music." - DJ Nick Nack

"OHN soothes the urban cowboy's soul with funkified synth jags, rock guitar whinnies, big bold beats, and Austin [TX] attitude." - Jettatura

"OHN is part of a lengthy list of cool new music you'd never think came from Texas." -Bavu Blakes

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Marc Savlov

...some of the best instrumental electronica Austin's ever produced.
It should come as no surprise to anyone that OHN, the Austin-based electronic supergroup featuring former members of everyone from 16 Volt to Retarded Elf, comes off more like a neo-noir film soundtrack more than any single band the various members have anchored in the past. The 12 tracks here run the gamut from the sinuous industrial ambience of opener "Crawlspace" to the loping groove of "Magnetic," which piles Chris Forshage's scrawly guitar line atop a funk foundation enveloped in a cocoon of laptop clickbeepery courtesy of founder and former Necrofix member Bildeaux. There's a sense of five musicians throwing their various skills in the proverbial pot and kicking it up a notch or 10 to see what'll require a spatula to scrape off. When it works, it's some of the best instrumental electronica Austin's ever produced. "Regret" recalls Vangelis' Blade Runner score with plaintive ease. The four skinny tracks variously labeled "V1" through "V4" are, however, the cinematic equivalent of supertitles linking better snatches of song. Those minor digressions aside, tracks like "Cowboys and Indians," with its whirlpool of slowly churning basslines and sitars, insinuate themselves in the back of your head and breed like stoned bunnies. ¡Viva Pro Tools!
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Josh Washburne

great chill music. . .
This is good stuff to listen to while doing homework or studying. This Austin band combines a 70's retro funk sound with a dash of electronic sounds. Very reminiscent of Joe Satriani. Buy now for the inevitable ear candy.
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James Novak

This is some deep, fresh electronic sounds.
"Let's Get it Ohn" listens like a great novel...there is something that appeals to all tastes. They can play anything. It feels like a cinematic journey...they would make great theme music walkin down the streets of a city...or seeing vistas in faraway lands. This one is definitley a keeper. Take it with you on an adventure.
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E. Drucker

Cool and fresh and smooth
This album delivers everything it promises. It's funky and rhythmic and full of intricate surprises.
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Pantz

I love OHN!!!
Hi Bill, it's me, Michael Brown!!!!!!!
How ya'll doin'?

I love all your CD's!!!!!!!!!!

I got this one in 2002.

P.S: I bought the 2005 CD.

I heard about DJ Babu.
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