Octave One have a new album out ‘Never On Sunday’. We tracked them to their new home in Atlanta for an hour’s chat about all things live techno, the music business and more.
With over thirty years in the game, the Burden brothers still show no sign of slowing down. In the early 90s, Octave One exploded onto the scene with tracks like ‘I Believe’ and ‘Falling In Dub’. Still in demand, still touring, and still creating, what does it take to keep the show on the road?
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