OHM-G alias Olaf Gutbrod is a well-known name in the music scene. Vangelis or Vaya Con Dios estimate his work and his remixes just as much as Blank & Jones and many others. The artist OHM-G is in great demand for successful compilations, his involvement in the well-known chill out “Café Del Mar”, on the “Klassik Lounge” CDs, in the “Clubber´s Guide to Ibiza” (Ministry of Sound) or in “Le Café Abstrait” speaks for itself. With his albums, OHM-G offers always evidence for his unbelievable versatility, his overflowing creativity and his obviously never-ending fund of ideas. Olaf Gutbrod sees himself as a story-teller, he exposes a lot of his inner life and tries to make you hear a moment in an acoustical form – which he manages in an extraordinary way. The source of Gutbrod´s inspiration is his life. He has traveled a lot, got to know and learned to love a variety of countries and cultures. At the moment, he lives on the sunny island of Ibiza on the Balearic Islands.
Even if you hear his productions after some time again, you will always find something new and surprising. Easily and neatly, he moves between spheric sounds of excellent electronic music, experimental, and classic elements. And he is familiar with all of them. He mixes different styles in a unique way to create the unmistakable OHM-G sound. He plays spanish tunes and guitar duos as well as tribal voices and dubby reggae. In Spring 2011, he starts his own label “Eivissabeat” on which you can find the remastered re-releases of his albums “Nothing To Lose” (1999), “Future Ballade” (2001), “Moments” (2005), “Can Pardalet” (2006), “Feelings” (2008) as well as his new productions (for example his new album “Hulectric Soul”) and artistalbums like the new album from “Green Rabbit”.