Joy Orbison’s unique productions and performances have been celebrated for finding a sound that marries elements of house, two-step, jungle, techno and dubstep. Alongside the release of the gargantuan Hyph Mngo (released in late 2009 and since receiving support from everyone from Skream to Sasha) and material on his own imprint, Doldrums, notorious mixes for Radio 1 and Ministry have only served to cement Joy Orbison's renown.
Peter O’Grady has been herald across the boards, from the likes of Pitchfork to WIRE, Resident Advisor to the BBC. Having kept his cards close to his chest with only a small selection of dates so far – predominantly on his native British shores, but including a signature set at this year’s Sonar – expect to see some of those cards laid out for all to see over the next year.
"The clear, pure dancefloor high this formula provides is unarguable" WIRE
"Somehow euphoric yet mournful, banging yet sad, drenched in keyboards, and rhythmically straddling the previously uncharted terrain between dubstep, garage and house." - Guardian
"A euphoric and percussive wet dream." - Dazed & Confused
"Every time the two introductory notes [to Hyph Mngo] ring out in a darkened room, it's impossible not to stifle a smile or hide your excitement at the drop that awaits." - Resident Advisor