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Otolith

by Djp & MrT

An innovative trio with a propensity for catchy synth-pop melodies, thoughtful lyrics, and booty shakin’ beats. Described as “a classy bunch of elegant pop alchemists”.
Genre: Pop: Party Pop
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1. Oh No Mom DJP & MrT
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2. Round Up DJP & MrT
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4:18 $0.99
3. The Wheel DJP & MrT
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6:23 $0.99
4. Muscles Move DJP & MrT
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5. Ghosts DJP & MrT
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6. Oyster Sunday DJP & MrT
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7. R6m DJP & MrT
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8. Runner DJP & MrT
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9. Square in the Face DJP & MrT
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10. Bone Folder DJP & MrT
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Otolith is an expansive sampling of many flavors of indie pop, glued together with the unmistakeable vocal style of front-woman Jacki Paolella, often backed by thoughtful male harmonies. From 90's alt-rock to hip-hop to chiptune influenced themes, DJP and MrT reinvents their approach almost song by song. 'The Wheel' offers up a dreamy chamber pop in several movements, while 'Oh No Mom' and 'Round Up' serve as unique anthemic numbers for good and bad days alike. This release also offers a peek into new territory for the band with Tyler as male lead vocalist in 'Ghosts', and the club-worthy dance tune R6M. The album wraps up with a re-recorded version melancholic ballad 'Bone Folder' which is a crowd favorite during live performances.


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