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LIQUIFIED has thrived on inspiration from inside and out since 1998, put together by producer/tech head ROH (aka Roland Markworth). Roh sought out the freshest movers on the scene, hooking up dual female vocals, standup bass, and decks, to come out swinging and become one of Canada's only live future -soul collectives. Starting his own Digital Zen label, Roh signed to US label World Domination and released "13 Methods Of Hallucination" in 1999, selling scores of copies with no promotion or marketing. Two busy years followed playing festivals, raves and clubs, and then securing a Canadian deal with Fusion 3 for the release of "Maintainin". The video and single for "Big Ol Daddy" received raves from the media and underground alike, resulting in number one chart positions on campus radio, and leading to prestigious spots playing with Anne Savage, UK Accents, CMW, NXNE, and the World Electronic Music Festival. Roh has stepped back into the studio solo for a fresh outlook and new vibe - 'floor shaking, deep, organic house with remixes of Stars, Fidgital, and the Cure to name a few. The new release is "Ah-freek-ahh" , a slice of deep afro-funk driven by actual field recordings in the streets and villages of Zimbabwe... HOT NEW REVIEW! Klublife, Nov., 2005: "Ottawas Roland Marckworth (a.k.a. DJ Roh) is making deep, tribal house with beautifully sweeping elements thats getting serious attention. Having already been remixed by Junior Jack, Paul Oakenfold and Blank & Jones, its not surprising that this EP should be so smooth and bright. The title track is a remix of the Cure classic, and Liquified doesnt fail to meet the high standard. Cascading strings and synth lines act like wings that take each track higher as the flow progresses. Afro-Latin percussion chugs and a piano flutters through each lull, building in precise alignment with the beat of the heart. This is soundtrack-of-your-life stuff, that is surely the prelude to a fantastic album, so keep your eyes peeled for Liquified/DJ Roh. " -MdB Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.