Outcalls is a dynamic pair led by the classically-trained Peabody Conservatory Graduates, Britt Olsen Ecker and Melissa Wimbish. Outcalls combines operatic technique and ear warming melodies that creates an unexpected genre of indie pop and sensationalism that’s going to leave you mind blown! Their new single “Keep Falling Over” was nothing less than a superb blend of classical and current. Their voices both have extreme range and power. What's unique about “Keep Falling Over”, in addition to their other music, is that they put their own instrumental flair in the backtracks of their music. With Olsen on the keys and Melissa on clarinet, plus driving drums and electric bass, they've proven to be well rounded artists with pure and raw talent. Outcalls brings tropical storytelling into the mainstream. They have a rare sound and “Keep Falling Over” is such a special song. "Keep Falling Over" overstepped the generic quality that most music is equipped with on the radio today and there’s no doubt in my mind that this explosive pair is going to make waves in all the right ways!
Outcalls will be performing at The Study in Los Angeles on, October 17, 2018. Be sure to check out their performance and listen to their latest single "Keep Falling Over".
Check out our exclusive #BuzzMusic Interview with Outcalls!
We are so excited for your upcoming show at The Study on October 17th! What is it like performing in Los Angeles? What is your favorite thing about LA?
A wise person named George Carlin once said, " ... In Los Angeles, everything is based on driving, even the killings." That's the best part about LA. That's what makes performing in LA unlike anything else in the world.
What do you think stands you, apart from other current artists?
Our parents stand us. We don't know why. And we don't think other artists have that.
If you guys could collaborate with any artist, who would you select and why?
Harriet Tubman because she deserves to be on more than just the 20 dollar bill.
What’s the general perception you want your fans and listeners to receive from not only your music but your brand?
We want people to know that we, much like them, need money.
How would you describe your live performance?
We perform in a manner that suggests we are actually alive.
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