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CALLmeKAT

CALLmeKAT

CALLmeKAT


Known for her alternative pop CALLmeKAT is the internationally acclaimed moniker of Scandinavian musician, composer and singer Katrine Ottosen. She grew up in a forest in the Danish countryside, where she would always find herself secretly drawn towards an old beat up piano. Now later in life her ongoing love for vintage and analog keyboards shines through in her music, infused with an earthy feel and a rare talent for symbiotic relationship between electric and organic elements. Read more on Last.fm
Known for her alternative pop CALLmeKAT is the internationally acclaimed moniker of Scandinavian musician, composer and singer Katrine Ottosen. She grew up in a forest in the Danish countryside, where she would always find herself secretly drawn towards an old beat up piano. Now later in life her ongoing love for vintage and analog keyboards shines through in her music, infused with an earthy feel and a rare talent for symbiotic relationship between electric and organic elements. In 2008 CALLmeKAT released the critically acclaimed ‘I’m In A Polaroid Where Are You?’ (EP) and ‘Fall Down’, through her own Pixiebooth label.

CALLmeKAT’s psych-pop venture was followed up with the 2012-release of the haunting sophomore full-length ‘Where The River Turns Black’ recorded in the beautiful Catskill Mountains, in the state of New York and released throughout Continental Europe (Pixiebooth/Word&Sound/Playground), featuring drummer and producer Joe Magistro (Prophet Omega) and notable bass player Sara Lee (Gang Of Four, B 52’s), with guest appearances by pals from the road; Erika Spring (Au Revoir Simone) and Helgi Jonsson (Sigur Ros). The word in the press also spread internationally: “Winning lo-fi pop. Downright bluesy” Interview Magazine “Outstanding voice, delicate music…Just mesmerizing” NPR/All Songs Considered “This Copenhagen musician manages to stand out from the pop star pack.” Nylon Magazine Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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