By Sean O | July 10th, 2012
I have spent the last few weeks in a musical haze, aimlessly trudging between all of my apps and playlists in search for songs that I like and want to hear. Thank goodness for OHO and their self-produced debut EP, Land of the Happy. I find their mellow blend of musical styles and cultures thoroughly entertaining and comparable to a port in the storm.
I could soak up “Alone in Kathmandu” all day. OHO embody this free-wheeling structure (if that makes sense) in their music that bounces between folk, trip-hop, and indie rock. From the well-placed Gandhi sample to Oho’s beautifully bilingual vocal effort to Paul’s masterful instrumentation, I am a big fan of this tune.
Fans of Ratatat be sure to check out OHO’s “Free to Flee,” but first check out their new video for “Alone in Kathmandu” below.