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About Songs: Ohia

Heartbreaking music for heartbroken people who dig wallowing. Songs: Ohia's music isn't so predictably mopey, like the many other bands who try to affect that certain style. In fact, the most charming aspect of their songs is that they seem to just naturally come out this way. The music is pseudo-mathematical in a sly Indie style, but the band's passionate playing goes above and beyond any rhythmically calculated quadratic equations. Jason Molina's fragile, throw-in-the-towel singing is what really gives this music its true soul.

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Listen toSongs: Ohiaon Rhapsody

Heartbreaking music for heartbroken people who dig wallowing. Songs: Ohia's music isn't so predictably mopey, like the many other bands who try to affect that certain style. In fact, the most charming aspect of their songs is that they seem to just naturally come out this way. The music is pseudo-mathematical in a sly Indie style, but the band's passionate playing goes above and beyond any rhythmically calculated quadratic equations. Jason Molina's fragile, throw-in-the-towel singing is what really gives this music its true soul.

About Songs: Ohia

Heartbreaking music for heartbroken people who dig wallowing. Songs: Ohia's music isn't so predictably mopey, like the many other bands who try to affect that certain style. In fact, the most charming aspect of their songs is that they seem to just naturally come out this way. The music is pseudo-mathematical in a sly Indie style, but the band's passionate playing goes above and beyond any rhythmically calculated quadratic equations. Jason Molina's fragile, throw-in-the-towel singing is what really gives this music its true soul.

About Songs: Ohia

Heartbreaking music for heartbroken people who dig wallowing. Songs: Ohia's music isn't so predictably mopey, like the many other bands who try to affect that certain style. In fact, the most charming aspect of their songs is that they seem to just naturally come out this way. The music is pseudo-mathematical in a sly Indie style, but the band's passionate playing goes above and beyond any rhythmically calculated quadratic equations. Jason Molina's fragile, throw-in-the-towel singing is what really gives this music its true soul.