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DT852 – Ozzie Guven


London’s very own DJ and producer extraordinaire, Ozzie Guven, emerges from the depths of the underground with his latest auditory masterpiece, the “Bassline Pumping EP,” now gracing Archie Hamilton’s seminal MicroHertz imprint.

Ozzie Guven’s musical odyssey is a captivating narrative of evolution and creative fervor. Immersed in the vibrant UK underground music culture from a young age, Ozzie, affectionately known as the OG, was ignited by the resounding echoes of 90s culture. His journey commenced with mastering the piano, arming him with his first musical weapon. Venturing deeper into the sonic realms, he delved into the legacies of musical pioneers like Wiley, Dizzee Rascal, MJ Cole, and Shy FX, meticulously crafting his unique sonic signature.

The defining moments of Ozzie Guven’s journey unfolded through his electrifying DJ performances, where he expertly weaved infectious Grime, Garage, and jungle records across London’s eclectic venues. This DJ prowess led to his very own show on Select FM, firmly anchoring his position in the scene. However, it was during the confines of the 2021 lockdown that Ozzie unleashed his true potential, leaving an indelible mark. His monumental release, the ‘Dubaholics EP’ on Seb Zito’s prestigious Seven Dials Records, ignited his ascent to meteoric heights. This remarkable production quickly scaled the Beatport charts, securing the coveted #1 spot in the Minimal/Deep Tech category.

Ozzie Guven’s “Bassline Pumping EP” on MicroHertz cements his status as a torchbearer of the new school in underground UK house music. Get ready to immerse yourself in the pulsating beats and infectious rhythms of Ozzie Guven’s unparalleled sound. Ozzie Guven’s “Bassline Pumping EP” Delivers Electrifying Underground Vibes on MicroHertz, check it out here!

Today, he joins us on the podcast for the first time. Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
Old school house, breakbeat & garage inspired beats taking you back to the underground

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
Hard to pick my favourite as they are in my opinion all sick in their own way! But if I had to choose 1 that I’m really digging at the moment is ‘Sidney Charles – Keep Rocking’ which is currently unreleased and due out on his imprint ‘Heavy House Society’

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?

A combination of unreleased music from myself, friends and a selection of records that have been enjoying these last few months!

Tell us about your next EP?
My next ep is one I’m really excited to share with you all, it’s coming out on Microhertz on the 10th November this year. The Ep titled ‘Bassline Pumping’ coming out as part of a 2 track EP with tracks alongside ‘Lost The Plot’ which has been supported by the likes of Marco Carola, Jamie Jones, East End Dubs, Archie Hamilton, Seb Zito and many more.

What have you got coming up?

I’ve got some exciting gigs coming up in the next few months, playing all over the UK as well as a gig in November in Italy (which I can’t announce just yet) and 2 gigs in the Netherlands  at the end of this year. And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Thank you to all my amazing followers for the incredible support on my journey as a DJ and producer! Your energy and love inspire me every day. Keep your eyes peeled for more music and epic moments ahead!


  1. D&P – Morning Whistle
  2. Wodda – (Unreleased)
  3. Pinder – Bassbinbizness
  4. Garret David – Freak Machine
  5. Littman – Little Bit Of Litman
  6. Malachy – Mental Malfunction (Furz Remix)
  7. Ozzie Guven – Lost The Plot
  8. Ozzie Guven, Luke Dean – (Unreleased)
  9. Wildchild – Jump To My Beat
  10. Sidney Charles – Keep Rocking
  11. Ben Sterling – Here We Go (Chicago Remix)
  12. Unknown – Unknown
  13. Ozzie Guven – Bassline Pumping
  14. Chris Gialanze – (Unreleased)
  15. Luke Dean – (Unreleased)
  16. Andre Zimmer – (Unreleased)
  17. Ozzie Guven, Chris Gialanze – (Unreleased)
Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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