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“THE PORT OF LOPEZ” - LIVE AT THE PARK THEATRE
Odder than the Otters perform original tune, "The Port of Lopez," at The Park Theatre in Winnipeg on March 2, 2018 for Northern Lights Drive's "For Your Amusement" EP release party. Video produced by BNB Studios. Cameras: Buio Assis and Eric Roberts. Editor: Buio Assis.
Directed, edited and produced by: Adam Hill.
Filmed by: Megan Redmond and Drew Scurfield
Special thanks to: Morgan Emms, Lloyd Peterson and Steve Tapley. Also to Roblin Park Community Centr for the great location!
UNPLUGGED ON 92 CITI FM - WHEELER IN THE MORNING SHOW
We stopped by 92 CITI FM to play "Hola Luna" unplugged on the Wheeler in the Morning show to promote our Live at The Roslyn set that evening.
live @ the roslyn: sunroom sessions
Cody and Adam perform Otter originals "No Brainer" and "The Port of Lopez" unplugged as part of the Live @ The Roslyn Sunroom Sessions. Brought to you by The Village Idiots.
Otters Home Videos: Vol. I
Documenting our experiences from March to November 2016: demo recording, touring western Manitoba, playing summer festivals and performing as "Ozzer than the Ozzers" on Halloween. Featuring a live recording of our original tune, "Going Live with Henry."
"The Port of Lopez" (Live)
A live excerpt from Odder than the Otters' original tune, "The Port of Lopez." Featuring performances from The Cavern (Oct. 29, 2016) and Thirsty Lion Tavern (Nov. 17, 2016).
Behind the SEAMS: OTTERS T-shirt Factory
Behind the seams of our T-shirt screen-printing process in early 2016. Featuring an unplugged recording of original Odder than the Otters tune, "Let the Leaf Burn."
"BAD NEWS EDISON" (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Official music video for original Odder than the Otters song, "Bad News Edison." Produced in January 2016.
"River's High" (Live unplugged)
Odder than the Otters perform original song, "River's High," unplugged on the banks of the Assiniboine River in fall 2015.