For OLAN and QRTR, blending cultures and sounds comes naturally.
The two burgeoning electronic artists have returned to ODESZA's Foreign Family Collective with a must-listen track, "All U Need." It's an emotionally-charged anthem exploring the struggles of breaking away from the never-ending loop of a toxic relationship, and the highs of meeting someone who accepts you for who you are.
OLAN's silky-smooth vocals dance gracefully atop QRTR's zestful production. Deep pads and serrated percussion flourish around the spectrum as the track's hypnotic arrangement stuns throughout.
Give "All U Need" a listen below.
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OLAN and QRTR will be joining ODESZA on their upcoming North American tour, which kicks off June 14th and will make stops in New York, Florida, Missouri, Ohio and more. Bob Moses, Bonobo, Big Boi and TOKiMONSTA will also join on select dates.
Both artists have robust discographies. QRTR employs house rhythms, psychedelic textures and foley elements from her library of field recordings and films. To date, she's performed at Coachella, HARD Summer, Electric Zoo and Electric Forest, among other major festivals.
OLAN, on the other hand, spent her youth listening to Paramore and perfecting her guitar and songwriting skills. After moving to Atlanta, she joined J.Cole's Dreamville Records' songwriting camp, which provided her the opportunity to co-write Ari Lennox's "Bussit." At 21, she moved to Las Vegas and became a frequent collaborator of the illustrious Mat Zo, who heavily featured her on 2020's Illusion of Depth album.
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Lennon is a music journalist who has contributed to EDM.com for over five years. A seasoned music business reporter, his writings bridge the gap between education and technology through a musical lens. He is also the host of the music business podcast “When Life Hands You Lennons” and founder of his own electronic music website, EDM In a Soda.
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