If you stumbled into Low End Theory between 2008 and 2012 and were lucky enough to catch Samiyam behind the decks, you might not remember exactly what you heard, but you remember how you felt. The bass hit you so hard that it felt like you had a razor blade in your throat. The Ann Arbor transplant twisted synths into shrapnel, drums sounded like imminent destruction, the effect was so pulverizing that someone probably called FEMA. He was the only regular playing Roc Marci and Danny Brown, all the new shit that made you want to stab someone’s brain with their nose bone.
In his early years, Mr. Oizo used a Korg MS-20, an Akai S1000, and an Atari 1040 computer. [ citation needed ] Mr. Oizo is known currently for strong use of computers in his music. As he stated in an interview with XLR8R , he started using computers to avoid having to plug in four different appliances, and because the result of music is more or less the same. [ citation needed ] His first album to switch to all computers was Moustache (Half a Scissor) . In Lambs Anger , Mr. Oizo used a Macintosh G5 running Logic Pro to compose all of the songs. During his DJ sets, he uses two CDJs.