They have remixed tracks for such artists as Massive Attack, Akabu (Joey Negro), DJ Rolando (Jaguar), Steve Bug, John Thomas, Aril Brikha, Vince Watson, The Trampps, Rhythm is Rhythm, and Inner City. 2000 brought the most recognized Octave One release to date, "Blackwater". The massive hit has appeared on over 30 compilation albums worldwide (with sales exceeding one million collectively). It has been released domestically in 5 countries (US, UK, Spain, Germany, and Australia). The track is also been a classic on the decks of some of the world's best known DJs, Little Louie Vega, Danny Teneglia, Jeff Mills, Richie Hawtin, Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Jonathan Peters, Laurent Garnier, among many, many others. Late 2006 brought the release of the first full length DVD/CD project from the group, Octave One featuring Random Noise Generation "Off The Grid", released in cooperation with Tresor Records/Germany.
2009 saw the release of the band's first studio album in 3 years, "Summers on Jupiter" released in cooperation with P-vine/Japan. Other Octave One albums have also highlighted the boys’ career: “The Living Key (To Images From Above)” (1997), “The Collective” (1998), and “The Theory Of Everything” (2004) among many other releases. 2011 welcomes the release of the Octave One retrospective compilation "Revisited: Here, There, and Beyond". Marking 20 years of living the Techno life. “Here, There, and Beyond" features O1 classics reworked by some of the band’s favorite producers: Luke Slater, Sandwell District, Ken Ishii, Alexander Kowalski, Vince Watson, Alter Ego, Los Hermanos, and Cari Lekenbusch.
"Revisited: Here, There, and Beyond”, both the album and tour are slated for release in November 2011. One more milestone in the journey of one of Techno’s most exciting bands. Aliases: Burden Brothers, The, Metro D, Never On Sunday, Random Noise Generation http://www.octaveone.com http://www.discogs.com/artist/Octave+One http://www.faceook.com/octaveone http://octaveone.tumblr.com http://www.twitter.com/octaveone Octave One is also the alias of seminal drum and bass producer/DJ Doc Scott. His first two tunes on 31 records, "Technology" and "Chillin' Out," were released under the moniker Octave One.
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