Miguel Otarola
Nearing a decade since Live from the Dentist Office, RiTchie strikes out on his own with his latest solo offering, Triple Digits [112].
Miguel Otarola speaks to The Brainfeeder maestro and multi-instrumentalist about how he blossomed into his own with his 3.5-Hour odyssey, 'Les Jardins Mystiques Vol. 1', learning to be comfortable with silence through practicing Buddhism and more.
The Stockholm-based composer and producer arrives right on time with Late Again, a rich jazz and lounge record suited for cozy afternoons, Miguel Otárola writes.
Miguel Otárola speaks to the electronic producer originally behind Neon Indian about his new album World of Hassle, the organic process of making a Spanish record with Mac Demarco, hunting for new music as a necessity and more.
Miguel Otarola speaks to the Canadian electronic songwriter about the saxophone reigniting her love for performing, seeing Janet Jackson perform, her new album Love Hallucination and more.