It’s fresh artists like Edmond Huszar that reaffirm my love for EDM and drive me to work hard spreading it to the farthest reaches of this world (one day that little globe thingy will be covered in blue dots). Edmond aka OVERWERK is a 22 year young graphic designer turned producer/songwriter hailing from London, Canada. The name OVERWERK is taken from Edmond’s graphic design portfolio “over worked” which he adapted for the name of his musical identity and changed ‘work’ to ‘werk’ as a homage to electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk. Starting out with a drum-kit at the mere age of seven Edmond has been busy honing his skill to manifest a fresh mix of electro with hints of dubstep and house flair. After much hard work OVERWERK’s debut EP, The Nth º, was released on November 30th and it proceeded to defibrillate EDM’s heart. Oh yeah, he released the entire EP for free!

The Nth º EP | Buy (Name your price)

OVERWERK – The Nth º


OVERWERK – Odyssey

OVERWERK – Buzzin’

OVERWERK – Paradigm ft. Nick Nikon

OVERWERK – Contact

Posted on December 8, 2011 in Music

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  1. Tom
    December 9, 2011 at 2:09 am · Reply

    no joke, this guys is amazing!! those huge chords in paradigm and buzzin are just ridiculous.

  2. […] Comment Written by Shane Sinclair OVERWERK has been busy since the release of his deput EP The Nth Degree which hit the web back in November of 2011. His latest release is the new single […]

  3. Valentina
    August 22, 2012 at 10:08 pm · Reply

    Sami and Team Rogo,Speaking of talented wokerrs, the mjgds talent show is tomorrow. Did Sami lick the salt too? You must have had a salty day. When you get back, we would like to know more about where exactly the mine was. How tall was the tallest salt sculpture?We miss you,Love,your third grade

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