OTR

Sat Jul 11 2020

7:00 PM Doors

The Velvet Underground

508 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M5V 2B3

$20.91

Ages 19+

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For more information and show listings, visit Embrace Presents at www.embracepresents.com

This is a 19+ event, valid government issued photo I.D. is required.

Service fees include a $1.00 facility fee.

Net Capacity: 355

Embrace Presents
OTR

  • SOLD OUT
  • OTR

    OTR

    Music

     
    On his debut album Lost at Midnight, OTR offers a mesmerizing introduction to his emotionally potent electronic-pop. Featuring guests as eclectic as UK pop artist Au/Ra, star indie producer Shallou and emerging singer/songwriters Emerson Leif and WYNNE, the album abounds in elegantly sculpted beats and unearthly synth tones, along with poignant piano melodies that cut right to the heart. With each track showing OTR’s natural sophistication as an arranger and composer, Lost at Midnight embodies an emotional complexity that’s infinitely spellbinding: at turns melancholy and euphoric, cinematic and intimate, it leaves the listener endlessly in thrall to its delicate grandeur.
Embrace Presents

OTR

Sat Jul 11 2020 7:00 PM Doors

The Velvet Underground Toronto ON
OTR
  • SOLD OUT

$20.91 Ages 19+

For more information and show listings, visit Embrace Presents at www.embracepresents.com

This is a 19+ event, valid government issued photo I.D. is required.

Service fees include a $1.00 facility fee.

Net Capacity: 355
OTR

OTR

Music

 
On his debut album Lost at Midnight, OTR offers a mesmerizing introduction to his emotionally potent electronic-pop. Featuring guests as eclectic as UK pop artist Au/Ra, star indie producer Shallou and emerging singer/songwriters Emerson Leif and WYNNE, the album abounds in elegantly sculpted beats and unearthly synth tones, along with poignant piano melodies that cut right to the heart. With each track showing OTR’s natural sophistication as an arranger and composer, Lost at Midnight embodies an emotional complexity that’s infinitely spellbinding: at turns melancholy and euphoric, cinematic and intimate, it leaves the listener endlessly in thrall to its delicate grandeur.