Check out the “Artificial Heart” music video released just this morning by Emoto featured artist Opus Orange from their new EP Outside In.

The music video, directed by Ric Serena at Serena Creative, features a collection of 8mm footage that was shot between 1963 and 1968 during one family’s summer road trips, including visits to Cape Canaveral, Niagara Falls and the 1964 World’s Fair in Queens, NY.

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Opus Orange’s newset music release will be available Tuesday, January 27th!


Emoto featured artist Opus Orange’s latest release “Outside In” was recorded entirely outside in the California wilderness above 10,000’ elevation. Using only solar power off the grid, they have reinvented their songs with washtubs and old BBQ grates for percussion, a washtub bass with a broom handle, and a variety of instruments found around camp including banjo, ukulele, melodica, and kalimba. Birds sing, insects buzz, and the wind whistles throughout these six songs – nature as an improvising musician.

(01.27.14) UPDATE:

Opus Orange Outside In




WATCH Emoto Music featured artist Opus Orange‘s live performance of Out Of The Shadows, created for NPR Music‘s Tiny Desk Contest. One mic, one camera, one take – filmed/recorded by Andy Alseri.

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Let’s get OO to perform live at Bob Boilen‘s Tiny Desk! Share and spread the OO love.

Just released this Tuesday morning!  Watch Opus Orange play “Out Of The Shadows” live in beautiful Colorado. Directed by Jason Fitzpatrick of The Muir Project.

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Stay tuned for our January 27, 2015 release of Outside In (songs recorded outdoors).