Rocking synthesizer melancholy turning into wild head-banging - as if a Bonobo concert were attacked by nomadic tribes and turned into a serious rave party. Fat grooves and psychoactive soundscapes are embedded in Viola's vocal processes, from sensual subtlety to evoking ancient animal sounds. One thing is for sure, Odd ID is attacking live with an unexpected energy surge and doesn't give you much of a chance to sit on your concerts.
The Eger-based band (formerly known as Ethnofil) is one of the most extraordinary Hungarian bands that has 4 albums. The most recent album, also released on vinyl, Azimut has been featured on the annual list of several professional platforms as the album of the year. Their music was initially based on folk elements, which was later replaced by the post-pop world of electronic motifs. They made their debut as a new line-up at the MENT showcase festival in Ljubljana in 2020 under the name of Odd ID, and made their domestic debut at the Trafó House of Contemporary Arts.