It's NAMM Week

Here we go. If you're going to be in LA, stop by and check out Juice's TEC Talk which will feature The Oddysy playing three brand news songs from the upcoming record. 

Sponsors include PreSonus, Sennheiser, Ableton, Roland, Serrate, Epifani, Fodera and Ergo. 


World Radio Premier of "Incantation" On NPR Station NV89


Yes, the radio still exists. And, yes, there are certain stations capable of good programming, thoughtful curation, and the saintly act of supporting independent music. 

One such station is NV89 Radio, a NPR affiliate station in Reno Nevada. Legendary radio personality Willobee Carlan is in charge of the aforementioned thoughtful curation, along with Jake Wagner who hosts The Nightly News (it's not what you think).

News refers to new songs. And, tonight, Incantation will be one of them. If you don't happen to be in Nevada around 9pm PST, you can stream the show at Or, if an app is what you prefer, download iHeartRadio or TuneIn and stream to your heart's content. 

And, if you like what hear, let the fine folks at NV89 know on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Juice's Tec Talk - The Details


If you're planning on being in LA for NAMM and you want to check out Juice's talk on electronic music and improvisation, you'll need some details so you know where to show up.

At 1pm on January 28th, 2018, Juice (and KJ) will be on the 4th floor of the Anaheim Hilton in the El Capitan room. It doesn't matter that El Capitan is a stupid name. It just matters that you have a good time. 

If you don't already have your pass for the show, stop by and get you one. 

T.O. at NAMM 2018


NAMM is like Willie Wonka's factory but for musicians. It's a billion-trillion square feet of instruments, amps, sound gear, and other stuff. One of the highlights of this annual event is a masterclass series called TEC Talks—presented by TEC Tracks and established by Dave Schwartz, the founder of Mix Magazine.

Anyway, Dave asked Johnny Juice to come to LA in January and talk about electronic music and improvisation. So Juice and KJ are going to show up, play, and answer questions about how they use all that digital gear to make something undeniably analog. Oh the irony.

Stay tuned for details. Or, if you can't wait, hit us up and get involved!

Mixin' the rekkid.


It's coming. Seriously. We're working on it like it was our job. (It is.)

Our first release will be called Only Human. Unless we change our collective mind at the last minute and call it something else. You never know. 

Scott Hull produced it. If you don't know him, the wikipedia article says it all. Things it doesn't say: Nice guy; has a thing for old Volvos; was into vinyl before vinyl was cool (again).

We're nearly done mixing. Then comes mastering, then comes putting it out into the world.

And now, a long, slow, sensitive fade: