Twenty-seven-year-old Othello Woolf (AKA Oliver, to his mum) is on a one-man mission to revive the spirit of Brian Ferry’s neon-clad soul. Part well-healed English dandy, part avant-garde multi-instrumentalist, the rakish London solo artist turns soft Motor City melodies into slick funky pop fantasies, where George Clinton and Brian Eno party for their right to... party. (remove dual repetition of party? Maybe fight??)
January bore the release of his debut single, ‘Stand’, on Young and Lost, produced by none other than studio maverick Chris Moore (TV on the Radio, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) in Brooklyn. This festival season you can catch Othello at CAMP Bestival before his reputation implodes with dark sparkle after his debut LP hits later in the year.
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“Imagine James Murphy attempting a wan croon over the most supine west coast jazz-funk.” – The Guardian
"Beware the Woolf, he should be bigger than Lady Gaga by this time next year, if the world is a just place." - Vice
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