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Odd Frequencies introduces Accem Myomi

The techno-focused project of French producer Geena will debut on the Odd Frequencies label later this month.

Having begun life as an intermittent radio show-shaped platform for Get The Curse boss Clement Meyer to show off the stranger corners of his record collection, Odd Frequencies became a fully fledged record label this year, inaugurated jointly by Irish producer Lumigraph and rising Frenchman D.K. The latter was also responsible for the label’s second release, which laid down a marker for the sound he would go on to explore with Drop, his sublime debut album issued by fellow Paris label Antinote Recordings.

The two Parisian labels evidently share quite the similar outlook, with the news that the next Odd Frequencies release will introduce a new project from a producer whose music was first uncovered by Antinote. Local Parisian producer Geena (pictured above) has provided Quentin Vandewalle’s label with some of its most floor-focused material to date on his two EPs issued so far – with the Mental DJ’s Land a notable highlight. The chance to release with Odd Frequencies sees Geena adopt a new guise in Accem Myomi and offer a tougher, more techno-focused side to his production palette across four productions with further releases promised.

Odd Frequencies will release It Took The Night To Believe by Accem Myomi on September 22.


A1. It Took The Night To Believe
A2. Palms Crossed
B1. Hours So Wrong
B2. Next Stop Unknown