Formed in 2019, young Danish group OTOOTO have been winning fans, plaudits and radioplay for their fresh brand of music taking in neo-soul, jazz & groove.
Led by trumpeter Jonas Due and saxophonist Oilly Wallace, the group’s signature sound entwines light, lyrical horn melodies with the characteristic sound of the vintage synth Juno 106.
Whilst Denmark might often be associated internationally with a spacious, brooding style of jazz, it’s young indie scene has been diving deeper into the more groove-based elements of the genre; this new offering from OTOOTO is not only an excellent example, but stakes their claim as one of the next Danish groups to reach an international audience.
“Our mission is to reflect modern society and put a sound to its vibrations. And through this sound we seek to transmit purity, love and joy” – OTOOTO
Oilly Wallace | saxophone Jonas Due |trumpetsCalle Brickman| keysAndreas Svendsen |drumsMatthias Petri | bass with special guest vocalistsE.Brown and Lucky Lo 1. Baka Baka2. Cherry Ice Cream3. MLF4. Everything Matters To Me5. Dish6. You Should Know Me Better7....
Oilly Wallace | saxophone Jonas Due |trumpets Jonatan Melby Bak | Double Bass Calle Brickman| keysAndreas Svendsen |drumsMatthias Petri | bass 1. Disolving Parts2. 0 to 13. Mayday Greyday4. This Love Is For You5. Slow Dance6. Sunfish7. Tokin'8. Leo and Her...