Negative pH (band)

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Negative pH
Negative pH OVRMND.jpg
Negative pH "OVRMND"
Background information
Origin Oakland, California
Genres Drum and bass
Industrial music
Electronic music
Years active 1999 - present
Labels self
Members Joshua John Fanene (keyboardist, composer)
Micheal Bailey (keyboardist, composer)

Negative pH is an Electronic music band from Oakland, California that formed in 2000. The two band members met through in mid-1999. Joshua Fanene and Micheal Bailey co-write the band's songs [1] with influences including Nine Inch Nails, Pendulum, Ennio Morricone, Ozzy Osbourne, Pitchshifter, and Aphex Twin. The band has four albums including liminal space, which was self-released in 2004, OVRMND, 201X and 201Y.[2] They have been featured in both local and national publications like Hyperactive Magazine issue #7 [3]

Band members[edit]


  • Scribe Machine - Fragile Maxi-Single [Remix] (2003)
  • The UNLV Polar Bear Club - Support Your F***'n Local Scene Compilation [Propaganda] (2004)
  • Negative pH - liminal space (2005)
  • Kid Deposit Triumph - Our Peace Will Destroy Many [Hidden Track Remix] (2006) [4]
  • Negative pH - OVRMND (2009)
  • Shatterance - Hold Your Tongue and Say Apple - Therapy [Hidden Track Remix] (2009)
  • A.P.B. -- Realtime Media, and Electronic Arts -- WK [In-game soundtrack] (2010) [5]
  • Negative pH - 201X (2014)
  • Negative pH - 201Y (2014)


  1. ^ Seltenrich, Nate (2009-07-01). ["" "Music To Slay To"] Check |url= value (help). Eastbay Express. Retrieved 2009-07-01. 
  2. ^ Elfman, Doug (2004-11-15). ["" "Concert, CD boost local bands"] Check |url= value (help). Las Vegas Review Journal. Retrieved 2004-11-15. 
  3. ^ Shaw, Allison (2005-11-01). ["" "Headed for Commercial Success"] Check |url= value (help). Hyperactive Music Magazine. Retrieved 2005-11-01. 
  4. ^ ["" "Kid Deposit Triumph"] Check |url= value (help). Las Vegas Weekly. 2005-01-01. Retrieved 2006-01-01. 
  5. ^ ["" "APB Crew"] Check |url= value (help). Electronic Arts & Realtime Media. 2010-03-01. Retrieved 2010-04-01. 

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