Opiuo may be the executing name of New Zealand-born, Australia-based electronic designer and DJ Oscar Davey-Wraight. Known for his vibrant mixture of bass, glitch, and funk, Davey-Wraight started developing his audio just after school, using a mortgage from his parents to invest in his early documenting initiatives. His debut EP, 2009’s Physical Symptoms, quickly gained him some worldwide recognition via SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA label Addictech, and in a short time he was gigging frequently and had adopted up with a small number of singles and his debut full-length, 2010’s Slurp and Giggle. What in the beginning started as DJ units of his personal material over another few years progressed into a complete live touring music group as Opiuo continuing to record fresh material, including some EPs known as Butternut Slap and 2013’s Meraki LP, each charting his development in digital dance music. Basing himself out of Melbourne, Australia, he in addition has remixed songs for performers like Contaminated Mushroom and Kaya Task. Opiuo came back in 2016 with Omniversal, his third full-length recording.