Aaron Otheim is a Los Angeles-based musician known for his genre-bending work as a keyboardist, arranger, and composer. Our book, Woodland, contains a new “score” by him, reinterpreting Edward MacDowell’s Woodland Sketches for the age of climate change and endless fires.
Raised in the Pacific Northwest, he studied improvised music at the University of Washington and helped establish Seattle’s highly regarded Racer Sessions. Aaron tours with the band Heatwarmer and has recently scored several dance and visual collaborations.
Hear some of his music on SoundCloud or learn more about his discography at his site, http://www.otheim.com.
Photo credit: Julieta Renteria
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@MHuggins99@joshritter Neptune is nice but damn it gets HOT— & not in a "Fuck yeah! That show was hot, man!" way, but like SOMEONE TURN ON A FAN! I was at Knitting Factory once & saw Beth Orton, but had a very pesky lady who would not leave me alone despite me saying I had a husband!!!
@MHuggins99@joshritter You folks have a great venue to see him in Spokane! The Moore is basically sold out at this point because I am not doing second GA balcony— too old for that bs. Maybe go to Vancouver for early summer weekend though— they have lots of great seats left!