Wexford, County Wexford
Irish songwriter ODi released her debut album in 2010. Recorded on location in Dingle, County Kerry and produced by Karl Odlum (Fionn Regan, Kila) the album features the magical violin playing of Com Mac Con Iomaire (The Frames/ Swell Season) and also percussion from Ronan O' Snodaigh.
Since playing her first gig four years ago, ODi has developed her craft in the live arena touring extensively and winning many fans across Ireland the UK and Europe. Along the way she has been invited to support the likes of Paddy Casey, The Four Of Us, Brian Kennedy and Tom Baxter and most recently by the Emerging Icons stage to play at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
Maslow‘s Songbook has been playlisted on Irish national radio RTE1 and is already a favourite of BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris. ODi was also awarded Best Female Act 2011 Winner - UK Exposure Music Awards (EMA) and tipped as one of the top five artists to watch in 2010 by Ryan Tedder of One Republic.
‘Maslow’s Songbook’ is available now on CD from www.odimusic.co.uk and to download from iTunes and all good etailers.
Currently working on new material before returning to the live scene with tour dates planned for the rest of 2013.
See and hear more at www.odimusic.co.uk
For bookings please Contact: Tel (+ 353) 86 730 1669 or (+44) 7545 874 100 or email email@example.com
“Ireland has no shortage of singer-songwriters… from among the masses of hopefuls, dreamers and chancers emerge a few young songwriters with real potential, a willingness to think differently, and who show promise for the future. …One such individual is ODi.”...Kernan Andrews – The Galway Advertiser
“The album is a magnificent montage of musical mastery which lasts for 46 minutes, when the listener wishes it would last for 460 minutes.”...Keep Music Live
“ODi's voice drags that pop vibe back to Ireland and as a result we get an album that would rival anything The Cranberries have done.”...Live at Boyles
“"Maslow's Songbook" reveals an artist that should be able to cut the mustard in both the commercial and critical world."...Fatea
“This is an album bursting with top quality vocals and strong songs. One listen will never be quite enough!"...Maverick Magazine (4/5)
“If Maslow's Songbook was Sarah McLachlan's new release it would be hailed as her second coming"...Get Ready To Rock! (5/5)
"A really lovely record" ... Bob Harris (BBC Radio 2)
"Twelve tracks of pure music and with heart warming tunes"...Musicreview (6/6)
"ODi has the aura, voice and poise, which provides a musical glow, to every member of the audience. A very special performer now receiving the plaudits she richly deserves."...Leeds Music Scene
"Her voice covers a large range and has a powerful but haunting quality, a wonderful mix of gentle Irish tinged vocals with energetic choruses that gets inside of you and draws you in."...Unitedmoshers
"With similarities to Dido and perhaps Sheryl Crow I'd say that anybody into mellow acoustic music will lap up ODi."...Sheffieldmusic
"Listen to Odlum singing on headphones and I guarantee that you were be enthralled. I sure was/am. Her songs are simple and folky, embellished with pointed fret play and warm strings arrangements and that voice."...Power Of Pop
"“ODi proves that an artist delivering musical honesty can say more with her voice and guitar than an orchestra with a bank of synthesisers…the world awaits.” ...HotPress
"Definitely one to watch out for."...The Beat Surrender
"Wonderfully talented, warm and entertaining. Engaging melodies and total connection with the audience. Fabulous performers and guests."...C.Davies(CIYH)