Oh No (Musicians)
Oh No is an American DJ, producer and MC from Oxnard, California. He is the younger brother of Madlib.
Oh No in Reviews
Music Review | posted 03.03.2014
Prince Po & Oh No
Animal Serum
Oh No hasn’t just re-vitalized Prince Po – together they’ve produced a sample-serum that’s evaporating animalistic energies.
Music Review | posted 30.01.2013
Oh No
Disrupted Ads
It’s only true to form that Oh No’s instrumental-wickerwork in album length has a certain kind of bulkiness to it – without wanting to draw a comparison to the big brother Madlib again…
Music Review | posted 13.06.2012
Oh No
Ohnomite
Oh No was granted access to Rudy Ray Moore’s archives and, on the basis of those samples, released a record peppered with top-class guests.
Music Review | posted 20.01.2012
Gangrene
Vodka & Ayahuasca
On Vodka & Ayahuasca, The Alchemist and Oh No have brewed acoustic hallucinogens into the form of a LP, which yet again sounds wonderfully ignorant, dirty and spewed out.
Music Review | posted 20.06.2011
Madlib + Frank Nitt
Madlib Medicine Show #9: Nittyville
With a little delay, the ninth part of the Medicine Show, which was to be released in September 2010, is finally available! Unfortunately, it wasn’t quite worth the wait.
Recent Articles
Music Portrait | posted 07.05.2020
Roza Terenzi
Rave in a time capsule
Roza Terenzi turns past rave days upside down and brushes it with jungle breaks and techno cuts. On »Modern Bliss« she finally ends up in the future.
Music Review | posted 25.05.2020
Various Artists
Artificial Dancers – Waves Of Synth
You think you already know everything about synthesizer music from the 1980s? Then, thanks to »Artificial Dancers – Waves Of Synth« you can practice in humility.
Music Review | posted 26.05.2020
Irreversible Entanglements
Who Sent You?
Jazz doesn’t get any more historically relevant this year: the fantastic second album »Who Sent You?« by Irreversible Entanglements.
Music Portrait | posted 05.05.2020
Soviet Grail
Collective memory
Amid jazz experiments, electronic brutalism and psychedelic underground, Sergey Klimov digs for treasures for which musicians ended up in prison. With Soviet Grail, the Russian label boss traces the history of Soviet music.
Music News | posted 25.03.2020
Jake Sollo
Reissued: »Boogie Legs«
Jake Sollo’s album »Boogie Legs«, first released in 1980, will be reissued by Tidal Waves at the end of May. Exclusively with us there will be a Yellow Vinyl Edition.