OTT. Sire. The king of the bassline. I want to write the words "thank you" 1000 times on a brick and then float that brick onto your roof with a grip of balloons.
I caught you in Denver last weekend, must have been my 7th or 8th time seeing you. Every time I look around at the sweaty people dancing around me at one of your shows it seems like it very well might be one of the happiest places on Earth. Smiling faces everywhere, no one can help from moving their body somehow. Your music is a very consistent part of my life and interwoven with some of the best memories I'll have. THANK YOU so very much for doing what you do and being the insane perfectionist that you are, it is truly inspiring.
Go, floaty-brick person!
Thank YOU for being there, because, as I've said many times, gigs would be shit without you.
I love playing at Cervantes. The crew are awesome, the management are my friends and the shows are always the highlight of the tour. I hope the guy who properly flipped out on acid after the show got somewhere safe and landed his spaceship amongst friends.
Why do you think the biggest douchebags always get to become politicans?Ott responded on 10/16/2015 Next question
Hey Ott! Loved your set at Red Rocks, just amazing. "Hello my name is" off your new album is my favorite piece by you right now :) I'm still learning production and heard someone say one should expect to write no less than 2 hours of music that is rubbish before actually creating music they feel good about and sounds good- do you agree? Sometimes progress feels slow and tedious. Any cool exercises for people still learning?Ott responded on 10/16/2015