Octo Octa

She's Calling EP

T4T LUV NRG

T4T004

Octo Octa

She's Calling EP

T4T LUV NRG

T4T004

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ARTIST
Octo Octa
TITLE
She's Calling EP
LABEL
T4T LUV NRG
CAT NO.
T4T004
FORMAT
Digital
RELEASE DATE
    TERRITORY
    Worldwide
    BARCODE
    5060870472326
    GENRE
    FEATURING

    SALES NOTES

    For our forth release, T4T LUV NRG present an e.p. of two beautiful songs and one evocation by label co-founder, DJ, and producer Octo Octa (Maya Bouldry-Morrison). “She’s Calling” is the third piece in Octo Octa’s two-year exploration of the connection between music and ritual, closing the loop on themes explored on her “For Lovers” ep (Technicolour, 2019) and full-length album “Resonant Body” (T4T LUV NRG, 2019).
    While many describe dance music in terms of escape, for Octo Octa and many others like her, dance music is about connection. The connections we feel on a dancefloor are transformative, but in time spent alone, dance music remains a powerful tool for connection with nature, with ourselves, and with something ineffable that feels like magic. The title track, “Goddess Calling,” captures a moment of such revelry, a result of the union of sound and ritual. Maya wrote the second song, “Find Your Way Home,” in early 2020, a few weeks before she cancelled her tour and headed back to the States because of the pandemic. She originally intended the title as a metaphor, the journey
    being internal, but the title would prove to be prescient. She made the song in order to take a trip into herself, to bring herself peace during an intense time. As the song explains, let your conscious find your way home.
    Many religious and mystery traditions employ the use of uttered word formulas as a way to bring something into your life. “Spell for Nature” is Octo Octa asking in her own voice to connect with nature personified in the form of a goddess. The recording is about the moment when she saw something she knew was there all along. When she peaked behind the curtain and found something enveloping and eternal.

    DJ PROMO / PRESS

    Following the announcement last week we received pick up from Pitchfork, Stereogum, NME, RA, TRAX, DJ Mag, Ransom Note, Purple Sneakers, Crack Magazine and more
    RA published their review of ’Goddess Calling’
    Mixmag published their review of the single too this week
    DJ Mag UK are confirmed to review
    RA Podcast Early March
    A couple of phone interviews this week for radio stations

    Published: 25th June 2020