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August 16 2008

Bass Odyssey do a DJ-set in the Trinity Room, Limerick.

 

May 2004

They haven't gone away you know...Graham and Alan from Bass Odyssey have joined forces with Loophole's John and Ian to form Sylvia Saint. They play Cypress Avenue on May 15th 2004.

 

2003

In 2003 Bass Odyssey split up, Chris O'Driscoll went on to sing with Arm The Elderly while Graham Finn and Alan O’Keeffe played with rock band Sylvia Saint.

 

August 16 2001

Hot Press: "BASS ODYSSEY HAVE become the first signing to Crownn Records’ new dance subsidiary, Slave Music."

“I’ve been a fan of theirs since they started and consider them to be one of the best drum’n’bass acts in not just Ireland, but Europe,” says the MD of the Dublin label, Jerome Fitts. “The other thing I love about them is that they’re able to do their thing live. They’ve got a tour coming up in October, which is going to kick serious ass.”

 

January 7 2000

Bass Odyssey represent Ireland at the Eurosonic Festival held in Groningen, Holland.

 

February 1999

Bass Odyssey Remote Control Soul Tour 99

To celebrate the release of their new EP ' Remote Control Soul', on February 19th, Bass Odyssey will be are please to announce their forth coming tour starting on February 17th. Please see below for details and dates.

Wed Feb 17 Galway, G.P.O.
Thur Feb 18 Limerick, Costelloes
Thur Feb 25 Castlebar, Panama Jacks
Fri Feb 26 Dublin, The Kitchen
Thur Mar 04 Belfast, Limelight
Fri Mar 05 Tralee, Privilege
Sat Mar 06 Wexford, Lamberts
Fri Mar 12 Letterkenny, (Venue & Date t.b.c.)
Sat Mar 13 Cork, Metropole

 

July 8 1998

Hot Press: "The Red Box was shaken to its foundations last week when Bass Odyssey supported the Jungle Brothers in a gig of epic proportions. Now the Cork outfit are in the process of consolidation with a short Irish tour in August and a follow-up single to their debut ‘Twilight’ – which is also the theme music to a new film by Paul Mercier titled Lip Service which premieres in October at the Cork Film Festival."

 

April 1998

Two years of hard work pay off and the groups first single, Twilight goes on to win an award for best Irish track at the inaugural Irish Dance Music Awards in April 1998.

 

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1996

Band formed by Graham Finn and Alan O'Keeffe.

"Kicking off the first club night proper in The Kitchen, Dublin in March '96 with guest DJ Peshay. From there it's guest's have been a virtual who's who of Drum 'n' Bass. Goldie, Fabio, Grooverider, Hype, Bukem, Andy C, Roni Size, Krust and loads of others. In that time it gave residents Razor and Bass Odyssey (sound system) to play to packed house's and learn from the very best."