SexOnSubstance, the collective: in its present format, a dynamic duo with Omid ‘16B’ Nourizadeh and Demi Hajigeorgiou. High priests of the invisible, poets of the physical and damned good guys, who have been putting the extra in extraordinary since they connected in 2004. Friends drawing inspiration from their rich musical heritage, and direction from their beloved Deeper Substance and Sexonwax music labels, SOS was born of a desire to create synergy. With a common goal to move people, the innovative duo exist in an exciting digital era when live remixing, personal edits and inimitable shows all allow for differentiation – and this is where the dazzling SOS trailblazers shine with their icy-hot approach to djing in the 21st century! Quick to nurture this intoxicating synthesis, SOS was christened and an enthusiastic crowd who assembled at Neighbourhood nightclub in London were amongst the first to experience an SOS experience during the Easter weekend of 2004.
Locked tight to a positive feedback loop, their self-religion is inspiring to all, as anybody who experiences their live shows will testify. From their infamous boat parties in London & Ibiza to sellout WMC marathon sessions in Miami, along with a 3hr Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 (a first since its inception) to add to their acclaimed triple disc opus mix for Balance on EQ Recordings in 2008. With SOS, sparks fly and good vibes abound, as they work their wonky voodoo, full of love and energy.
The thermometer of cool that is SOS held residence at the Ministry of Sound in London during a 4 year spell. Their energy-fuelled quarterly residency inspired SOS to embark on their follow-up project which featured one mix recorded live at the venue whilst the second CD showcased brand new productions and unreleased material from SOS and Omid 16B. Their sonic blueprint was previewed to the world in February 2010 on a double-CD compilation for Ministry Of Sound. 'MOS presents SOS' featured as the compilation of the month in both Tillate and DJ magazine.
Sponsored by industry giants such as Pioneer, Ableton, Roland and Native Instruments, their forthcoming debut artist album is eagerly anticipated by industry and fans alike. The eyes of the world are now focused on SOS and their best is yet to come…