Dutch artist, Odette, first entered the wider public conscious back in 2016, when her first single, The Divine Line, was picked up by Lyon-based label, Denise Records. Since then, the prolific producer has seen a rake of releases on some of the dance underground’s tastemaker labels, including Deep Tech, Baile Music, Saint&Don’t, Rewire, and Tip Tap Records. August 2017 saw her Randez-Vous single hitting the No.1 spot in Beatport’s Minimal chart.
Prior to her productions, Odette forged a name for herself in her local Amsterdam, winning the 2013 Kweekvijver DJ competition, which is judged by Hey! Records label boss, Michel De Hey. Inspired with confidence, she has honed her DJ skills continuously since she first caught the DJ bug, and she is a sought after artist on an international level, playing electronic music festivals across Europe, such as Geheime Liefde as well as club nights in Ibiza and Liverpool, UK.
Odette has amassed a cult following of fans in Amsterdam, playing events at some of the city’s best nightspots, including Pand 48, Patronaat, and Club Lux, alongside her residencies at The Butcher and Mr. Porter. Her performances have seen her playing alongside some of the best names in the industry, including Juan Sanchez (FORMAT) and Ille Bitch (Studio80).
As mentioned, Odette is a prolific producer, locking herself away in the studio on a daily basis to ensure that her creative juices stay well and truly flowing. This consistency means that she has become an accomplished producer in a relatively short space of time, making use of Native Instrument’s Maschine and Ableton’s Live studio to compose her tracks, so expect to see plenty more of her as her release schedule maintains a high level of output. Collaborating with Navar (Friesland) on The Slowbeq Paragraph has been a recent highlight, which was released via Proton, and was supported by Guy J in his Lost & Found Beatport chart. Odette is also currently working on a live set, so keep your eyes peeled for her first live performance.