DJ set: 17:00_19:25 Montréal time
French-born Olivier Borzeix has been making waves for over a decade, in Montréal as well as on the international circuit. A somewhat classically trained musician, he tries his hand at styles as varied as classical music, metal and free jazz, but his career really takes flight once he lands in Québec. Under the pseudonym Bowly, he became one of the earliest ambassadors of UK Grime and UK Funky in Montréal as a member of collectives ESL and Knife & Fork, producing a couple of EPs featuring dirty basslines on labels such as Berkane Sol and Fur Trade Recordings. His recent releases as OJPB on labels such as Lazy Days, Parages and Boogie Café aim to channel the spirit of disco through a decidedly deep house lens, releases that were properly mastered and refined thanks to his well-equipped and much envied studio.
Photo credit: Bruno Destombes
Olivier Borzeix, under his pseudonym OJPB, will offer festival-goers a DJ set showcasing the darker, syncopated and soulful sides of his techno repertoire on the Quartier des spectacles' Parterre on Tuesday, August 25.
French DJ, producer and sound engineer OJPB (Olivier Borzeix), based in Montréal.
Geary Ave, Lazy Days, Boogie Café
Mind of Mine (2020)
Lucy's Stomp (2018)
Olivier Borzeix adopted a number of aliases over the span of his career. Festival-goers may recognize him as DDD, MTSP or even Bowly.