Joy Orbison Is Bringing His Catalogue to Streaming Services

He also has "a load of new music on the way"
Joy Orbison Is Bringing His Catalogue to Streaming Services
Photo: William Aspden
Last month marked 10 years since Joy Orbison broke out with debut "Hyph Mngo," and the producer born Peter O'Grady has now announced plans to bring his entire back catalogue to streaming services.

In an Instagram post, O'Grady announced that his catalogue would hit all major streaming/digital platforms tomorrow (September 20). "This is something i've meant to do for years so i'm feeling weirdly excited," he wrote.

"In the past i think i may have given the impression that i was somewhat wilfully obscure with the way I released my music," the producer continued. "I think I've just focused on what i thought made most sense with the music i was making and how i engaged with the culture. over the years that's actually changed a fair bit and I've got a load of new music on the way so it felt like a good time to get my shit together."

O'Grady concluded by thanking "everyone who's come to a party, listened to my music or even just stayed on the floor when they've seen my potato head in the booth. hyph came out ten years ago now and it feels mad (but amazing) that i'm still able to do this."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ello ello, just a quick word (and an emo picture) to say my back catalogue will be available on all major streaming/digital platforms for the first time this Friday. this is something i've meant to do for years so i'm feeling weirdly excited. in the past i think i may have given the impression that i was somewhat wilfully obscure with the way I released my music. i think I've just focused on what i thought made most sense with the music i was making and how i engaged with the culture. over the years that's actually changed a fair bit and I've got a load of new music on the way so it felt like a good time to get my shit together. also, thank you to everyone who's come to a party, listened to my music or even just stayed on the floor when they've seen my potato head in the booth. hyph came out ten years ago now and it feels mad (but amazing) that i'm still able to do this. x pete (photo @williamaspden)

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As Joy O, O'Grady released a 12-inch of 50 Locked Grooves through London label Poly Kicks earlier this year. Revisit "Hyph Mngo" in the player below.