Once again teasing us with creative bits of art is French band Ödland, this time with a series of photographs of the always stunning Alizée Bingöllü. With these photographs comes a rambling message clouded in mystery, reproduced in part here. Ödland has always blended their very unique style of underground French classical pop with the… Continue reading What Is Zoophyte? (Ödland’s Latest Tease)
Anticipation has been building. Ödland‘s new record has had a dozen teasers, and behind all the humor has been snippets of a real catchy track – what we now know to be “The Queen Of Hearts”. Yesterday, Lorenzo Papace, the main musical man behind Ödland, posted a video for the song.
Five teaser videos so far; Ödland just won’t quit. Their debut EP The Caterpillar blended experimental French classical music with pop, and their pending debut LP, Ottocento, promises more of the same. Ottocento is slated for a Spring 2009 2010 release and if it’s half as creative as these promotional videos, we’re all in for… Continue reading Get Teased by Ödland
The Caterpilar by Ödland is a concoction of classically-trained pianist Lorenzo Papace of Lyon, France. Vocals (very likely through influence by French masters like Serge Gainsbourg) are contributed from actress and enchantress Alizée Bingöllü. Isabelle Royet-Journoud can be found on ukulele and environmental sounds, and Léa Bingöllü provides stringed accompaniment in the form of violin.… Continue reading Ödland: The Caterpillar [Album Review]