Blossom Hall started out as a side project between Nancy Paraskevopoulous (vocals, synth) and Phil Cotter (vocals, guitar). They’d written songs together for a year when they were offered a last-minute chance to perform at a high profile show at Southgate House Revival, even though they didn’t yet have a drummer to round out the group. Within a week of the show, Phil called Charlie Schefft to fill in on drums.
OHMME (FKA HOMME) IS AN EXPERIMENT IN VOICE AND SOUND BY SIMA CUNNINGHAM AND MACIE STEWART. THEY JOINED FORCES IN 2014, INSPIRED BY THE FREE IMPROVISATIONAL MUSIC SCENE IN CHICAGO AND INFLUENCED BY AVANT-GARDE ROCK. THEIR COMBINED VOCAL AND MUSICAL TALENTS YIELD AN INCREDIBLE DICHOTOMY OF HARMONY AND CHAOS THAT LEAVES THE AUDIENCE WANTING MORE. OHMME HAS BEEN COMPARED TO PJ HARVEY, NIRVANA, AND KATE BUSH, BUT THEIR INNATE CHEMISTRY CREATES SOMETHING UNIQUELY SATISFYING AND WHOLLY DIFFERENT FROM THEIR PREDECESSORS.