Whether as Bowly or new aliases DÐD, OJPB, MTSP or as a member of the ESL or Knife and Fork crew, French-born Olivier Borzeix has maintained a raw yet transversal approach to the various styles he has explored in his few years of activity. His live sets have been celebrated by FACT magazine as showing “exactly how viable and exciting house music still is, particularly when taken back to its first principles and given a bit of rhythmic variation.”
Place de la paix
Berri-UQAM Metro - Montreal Metro
As a newcomer on the international house and bass circuit, Bowly started to make some noise in the UK Funky, Dubstep & Garage scenes with regular DJ support by the likes of Ikonika, Cooly G and Geiom. With two twelve-inches out on Berkane Sol (Geiom, Nottingham) and Dub Organizer (Cooly G, London), since 2010 this Montrealer’s reputation has been steadily on the rise.
MTELUS - Savoy
As a newc omer on the international House Bass circuit, Bowly started to make some noise in the UK Funky, Dubstep & Garage scene with regular DJ support by the likes of Ikonika, Cooly G or Geiom. With two twelve inches forthcoming on Berkane Sol (Geiom, Nottingham) and Dub Organizer (Cooly G, London), 2010 looks very promising for this young producer.
For his performance at Mutek, Bowly prepared a live set filled with new material specifically composed for the event.