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Olivia Hadjiioannou (OH.)

Olivia Hadjiioannou (OH.)
Country
Greece
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OH. is the stage name used by Greek multi-instrumentalist Olivia Hadjiioannou. In October of 2008, as an amateur violinist and guitarist she left Athens for New York on the verge of the economic crisis in both countries. She taught herself drums, bass, and keyboards, experimented with sound engineering on Logic Pro and Cubase, mixed and mastered her own songs. Her debut solo album, Sleeping World, was released in 2013.
Website
http://olitunes.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (3)
OH. — Metallia OH. — Metallia
(Bandcamp OliTunes, 2018, CD / DL)
OH. — Synemotion OH. — Synemotion
(Bandcamp oliTunes, 2015, 2LP / DL)
OH. — Sleeping World OH. — Sleeping World
(Bandcamp oliTunes no#, 2013, CD / DL)

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