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About Outcalls

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"All hail Outcalls, the reigning queens of the Baltimore City music scene." (Baltimore Magazine)

Award-winning operatic pop duo Outcalls creates genre-defying music and is one of the most in-demand musical acts in Baltimore. Led by graduates of the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University, Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish have released three studio albums, including their most recent, Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 (2022). The duo has composed music for multiple film projects, notably the major motion picture Crisis (2021) starring Evangeline… more

Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 (2022)

Outcalls' third studio album, Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 (2022) is a response to former Recording Academy president Neil Portnow’s infamous statement in 2018 implying that women needed to “step up” if they wanted equal representation in the music industry. The 11-track album by writing team Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish is a showcase of woman-fronted collaboration and was released on February 4, 2022. The original working title Stepping Up (a snub to Portnow) was abandoned in favor of the bolder Greatest Hits, Vol. 1. "Naming our third album Greatest Hits was our way of dressing for the job we want," says Wimbish.

The compilation includes songs written by Wimbish and Olsen-Ecker between 2016 and 2021. It is a timeless showcase of their songwriting range. Unlike previous EPs -  recorded in a matter of days at one studio - Greatest Hits was created in multiple studios, including the team's individual home studios, over a span of three years. Becoming leaders in the production and engineering aspects of their work has been a consistent talking point for Outcalls; this timeline allowed them to focus on other aspects of the recording process. "Developing our recording engineering language is critical to our longevity in this industry as women," says Olsen-Ecker. "Greatest Hits is a pivotal album for us because we took greater charge of our demo-making and were able to make the best use of our time when we got to the studio." The duo greatly expanded their roster of studio musicians and collaborative producers, resulting in a palette of genre-fluid pop made in Baltimore.

From Baltimore Magazine
"Both classically trained opera singers, the dynamic duo has forged a sound all its own, with lush, robust, baroque pop melodies showcasing the wonders of the human voice. It’s undoubtedly that vocal power, heard through hushed golden harmonies, soaring crescendos, and soprano let-her-rips, that garnered them a 2021 Baker Artist Award.

Pair that with energetic synth, groovy bass lines, an infectiously theatrical stage presence that makes you want to don sequins and dance—and the outcome is undeniable. Best of all, their songs celebrate womanhood and smash the patriarchy, with lyrics that grapple with everything from romantic relationships to motherhood to misogyny within the music industry.

This throughline shines on their new full-length compilation album—an impressive collection of 11 tracks culled from Olsen-Ecker and Wimbish’s decade of collaboration. Come for fan favorites like 2018’s funkadelic 'Keep Falling Over,' 2019’s anthemic 'Stay,' and a beautiful bare-bones take on 2017’s title-track 'No King.' Stick around for stunners like the ethereal “Everything”—perhaps our favorite Outcalls song yet—and the outright fun 'Vitamin D,' featuring beloved local rapper Kotic Couture."

TRACK LIST
Love To Fight 
Call Sometime
Thots & Prayers
Vitamin D
featuring Kotic Couture
Mother
Keep Falling Over
Everything

Stay
Get To You
from the CRISIS Motion Picture Soundtrack
Gatekeeper

  • Love To Fight
    Written by Outcalls & Micah E. Wood // Production by Micah E. Wood // Featuring Kevin Powe Jr. (Bass) & Charles Wilson (Drums) // Engineered & Mixed by Steve Wright // Additional vocal mixing by Melissa Wimbish // Additional vocal engineering by Outcalls // Recorded @ WrightWay Studios & No King Studios in Baltimore // Mastered by Sarah Register
  • Call Sometime
    Written by Outcalls // Produced by Outcalls // Additional production by Daniel A. Ryan // Featuring Daniel A. Ryan (Guitar) & Wade Davis (Cello) // Mixed by MATEYO // Engineered by MATEYO, Daniel A. Ryan, & Outcalls // Recorded @ The Moose House & No King Studios in Baltimore // Mastered by Sarah Register
  • Thots & Prayers
    Written by Outcalls // Produced by Outcalls // Additional production by Tony Staiti // Featuring Christie Macdonald (Guitar), Kevin Powe Jr. (Bass), & Justin Kruger (Drums) // Engineered by Tony Staiti // Mixed by Katie Buchanan // Recorded @ Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore // Mastered by Sarah Register
  • Vitamin D (feat Kotic Couture)
    Written by Outcalls & Kotic Couture // Produced by Outcalls // Additional production by Steve Wright // Featuring Christie Macdonald (Guitar), Kevin Powe Jr. (Bass), Justin Kruger (Drums), & Rudolf Kämper (Trumpet) // Engineered by David Sexton // Vocal engineering by Steve Wright // Mixed by Steve Wright // Additional mixing by David Sexton // Recorded @ Peabody Conservatory, An die Musik, & WrightWay Studios in Baltimore // Mastered by Sarah Register
  • Mother
    Written by Outcalls & Jennifer Pague // Production by Jennifer Pague // Additional production by MATEYO // Featuring Christie Macdonald (Guitar) & Kevin Powe Jr. (Bass) // Engineered by Jennifer Pague // Additional vocal engineering by MATEYO // Mixed by Steve Wright // Recorded @ Cathead Noise in LA & The Moose House in Baltimore // Mastered by Phillip Klum Mastering
  • Keep Falling Over
    Written by Outcalls // Produced by Outcalls // Additional production by Steve Wright // Featuring Daniel A. Ryan (Guitar), Kevin Powe Jr. (Bass), Charles Wilson (Drums), & Derrick Michaels (Tenor Saxophone) // Engineered & Mixed by Steve Wright // Recorded @ WrightWay Studios in Baltimore // Mastered by Tony Eichler // Remastered by Sarah Register
  • Everything
    Written by Outcalls & Jennifer Pague // Production by Jennifer Pague // Additional production by MATEYO // Engineered by Jennifer Pague // Additional vocal engineering by MATEYO // Mixed by MATEYO // Recorded @ Cathead Noise in LA, The Moose House in Baltimore, & WrightWay Studios in Baltimore // Mastered by Sarah Register
  • Stay
    Written by Outcalls // Produced by Outcalls // Additional production by Daniel A. Ryan // Featuring Daniel A. Ryan (Guitar), Kevin Powe Jr. (Bass), & Charles Wilson (Drums) // Engineered & Mixed by Steve Wright // Recorded @ WrightWay Studios in Baltimore // Mastered by Phillip Klum Mastering // Remastered by Sarah Register
  • No King (Live at Futura Studios)
    Written by Outcalls // Engineered by John Weston // Performed live @ Futura Studios in Boston // Mastered by Sarah Register
  • Gatekeeper
    Written by Outcalls // Produced by Outcalls // Featuring Melody Easton (bass), Allison “Hi-Hat” Smith (Drums), Yu-Ting Wu (Violin), Emma Stanley (Trumpet), & Nicole Connelly (Trombone) // String & Horn arrangement by Daniel A. Ryan // Engineered & Mixed by Steve Wright // Recorded @ WrightWay Studios in Baltimore // Mastered by Sarah Register

"Crisis" Feature Film: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2021)

“In a series of interwoven storylines: a drug trafficker arranges a multi-cartel Fentanyl smuggling operation; an architect recovering from an Oxycodone addiction tracks down the truth behind her son’s disappearance; a university professor battles unexpected revelations about his employer, a pharmaceutical company bringing a new ‘non-addictive’ painkiller to market.” (Deadline)

Director Nicholas Jarecki’s dramatic thriller, Crisis, features the song “Get To You” which was written and performed by Outcalls specifically for the film. Britt and Melissa were tasked with creating a track in the style of Brill Building pop, a term popularized in the 1960s that refers to a subgenre of teen idol and girl group songs.

“Get To You” was recorded at Moose House Studios in Baltimore and engineered by Mathew Oral. Distributed by the indie film upstart Quiver, the movie starring Gary Oldman, Evangeline Lilly, Armie Hammer, and Lily-Rose Depp premiered in theaters nationwide on February 26, 2021. This was followed by a digital and on-demand release March 5, 2021. 

  • Get To You
    Written by Outcalls for Crisis Motion Picture Soundtrack // Produced by Outcalls // Additional production by MATEYO // Featuring Christie Macdonald (Guitar), Kevin Powe Jr. (Bass), & MATEYO (Drums) // Engineered by MATEYO // Mixed by Katie Buchanan // Recorded @ The Moose House in Baltimore // Mastered by Sarah Register
  • CRISIS in Deadline
    Article from Deadline announcing the premiere of "Crisis" by Nicholas Jarecki. (Published 12.18.20)
  • At Moose House studio
    From L-R MATEYO (engineer), Adam (assistant), and Melissa
  • At Moose House studio
    MATEYO at the console at the Moose House, Baltimore, MD.
  • Recording team
    Kevin (Bass) and Christie (Guitar) recording "Get To You" at the Moose House in Baltimore.

Single: "Mother" (2020)

“Mother” was released in February 2020 and written in collaboration with producer/singer-songwriter Jennifer Pague of Vita and the Woolf. The lyrics suggest fraught feelings between mother and child without explicitly describing a conflict. While writing and recording the music for “Mother,” Jennifer pushed Britt and Melissa to embrace experimental synth sounds and electronic beats.

Lyrics:
This time I’m licking the plate clean

Hit the bullseye on an easy target 
Weren't we just getting somewhere?
It makes no difference
Sit right on top of all the games we used to play
Not gonna make a scene
I’ll lick that plate 

Mother, you said to me: 
Don’t make me fall apart
If you make me fall apart, it’s your fault (it’s your fault) 

Better now, but better when? 
This doesn’t feel like it ends 

You be the dog, I’m the dirty dishes 
Take it all away against my wishes
It’s your fault
Take the blame
Don’t you make a scene
Get that plate clean!
Just like mother would have told me 

Better now, but better when? 
This doesn’t feel like it ends
Better now, but better when?
This doesn’t feel like it ends

  • Mother (2020)
    Written and performed by Outcalls // Produced by Jennifer Pague
  • Mother - Single Cover Art
    "Mother" Cover Art by Cassie Taggart.
  • Recording and workshopping the song
    L-R: Melissa and Jennifer Pague (Producer)
  • Recording vocals for the song
    Melissa recording vocals for "Mother" at Jennifer Pague's studio.

Music Videos & Commercials (2016-2022)

"Holiday Ex-Lover" (2022)
"Love To Fight" (2021)
"Stay" Official Music Video (2020)
"No King" Live Acoustic (2020)
"Sebben, Crudele" (2020)
Reyka Vodka Commercial (2020) 
Maryland Department of Agriculture Commercial (2020)
"Pillcauzbee" Official Music Video (2019)
"Skip to Sunrise" Official Music Video (2017)

"Holiday Ex-Lover" Official Music Video (2022)
Outcalls was selected by DC-based opera company UrbanArias to write and record an original holiday song and corresponding music video. The video stars Britt and Melissa as themselves as well as each other's old flames, with a guest appearance by MCW Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion, Rob Locke. Black-and-white film represents present day with flashback storytelling filmed in color. The song opens with Melissa reminscing about her "ex-Italian lover" and how they met on Christmas Day; Britt tells Melissa about her lover, Avi with whom she shared a dance on the first night of Hanukkah. "Holiday Ex-Lover" is a charming holiday earworm that remembers in fondness "the one that got away." 

"Love To Fight" Official Music Video (2021)
Soulful vocals, sequins, and shadowy synths. "Love To Fight" is a collaboration with Baltimore artist Micah E. Wood and the opening track of Greatest Hits, Vol. 1. The Studio 54-inspired music video was shot, edited, and directed by Eric Wright Jr. and Jabari Jefferson of Mass Comm Guru Productions. Set at Baltimore's beloved music venue Ottobar, "Love To Fight" is choreographed by RoVo Monty with appearances by Kevin Powe Jr. (bass) and Charles Wilson (drums).

"Stay" Official Music Video (2020)
Produced by Outcalls and UMBERTO LEE, "Stay" stars Britt and Melissa as sword-fighting seekers of revenge. After Britt's boyfriend (portrayed by her real-life husband, Elliott Rauh) forgets her birthday, the two women decide that he must answer for his crime. Shot in the Harwood and Mt. Vernon neighborhoods of Baltimore, the film features epic cityscapes, fight choreography by weapons expert Lewis Shaw, and a 1984 Mercedes-Benz 300D freshly detailed by the fine folks at WashWorks on Howard Street.

“Stay” promises to be another hit among the duo’s feminist canon with a story familiar to all of us: Failed romance and the petty grudges which resurface during the throes of a breakup. Moments of silence and sparse accompaniment are used throughout the piece in order to showcase natural vocal quality and lyrical content. A lilting ballad melts into the soulful, pulsating chorus with the addition of bass guitar and kick drum. By the second verse, a rhythmic "about face" dials into an unrelenting vocal patter. This work highlights the duo's knack for drama and willingness to defy pop formulas in order to present the best story.

"No King" Live Acoustic (2020)
The results of the 2016 election were devastating for millions of people, especially women, all over the world. Outcalls wrote "No King" during this period of unrest and anger leading up to the election of twice-impeached president, Donald J. Trump. After seven years performing the song live, it has become an Outcalls mantra for standing up to the status quo.

In November 2020, the group was invited to perform for Baltimore's The Real News Network as part of their Election Night coverage. This live version of "No King" was designed, filmed, and edited by Outcalls. 

"Sebben, Crudele" (2020)
The Pleiades Project is an NYC-based artist collective whose mission is to promote and develop the work of female-identifying artists. Their video project, 24, is adapted from a famous collection of 24 Baroque tunes which are often assigned as first songs to beginning voice students. Many singers end up despising the collection because of its constant use, but this project is meant to reimagine the work as a vehicle for contemporary women’s stories. At the conclusion of this series, The Pleiades Project will have showcased the diverse work of 30 female artists, including singers, directors, editors, choreographers, and fine artists. 

“Sebben, Crudele” by Outcalls is part of the fifth season of 24. With their contribution, Britt and Melissa meant to parody a typical conservatory musician experience. Inspired by the overwhelming number of video meetings and online learning platforms as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the setting is the first day of voice performance class taking place via Zoom. In this episode, when Britt and Melissa each forget to prepare a song for class, they turn their cameras off, mute their microphones, and throw together a version of Antonio Caldara’s “Sebben, Crudele” which leaves their colleagues shaking with envy. The video features Michael Maliakel who is currently the star of Disney's Aladdin on Broadway.

Reyka Vodka Commercial (2020) & Maryland Department of Agriculture Commercial (2020)
Since March 2020 when COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic, most live music events in Baltimore have been relegated to online and outdoor gatherings. WTMD Radio was one of the first organizations to announce a virtual summer concert series to be streamed on Facebook Live. They invited Outcalls to create commercials for their July and September Virtual First Thursdays sponsored by Reyka Vodka and the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Both commercials were directed, written, filmed, scored, and edited by Outcalls.

"Pillcauzbee" Official Music Video (2019)
"Pillcauzbee" is a soulful, trance-pop ballad that depicts the excitement of a night out followed by the terror of being drugged and unable to move. The victim challenges their accuser with the words, "Here's a question for your heart: Did you leave with what you wanted?"

Multimedia artist and experimental animator Oona Taper led creative direction and animation for "Pillcauzbee." Aesthetically, the animated video uses mixed media with primary figures created in ink, then color-inverted to produce white lines on black background. Additional textures and patterns combine vivid colors in pastel, paint and digital forms as well as 2D paper stop-motion puppets. 

"Skip to Sunrise" Official Music Video (2017)
Like an operatic ensemble number, "Skip to Sunrise" overlaps two different vocal melodies and sparse lyrical phrases to express individual thoughts on the same event. Vocal polyphony is juxtaposed with sections of unison singing to illustrate both the confusion and moments of clarity within a volatile relationship. A reoccuring melisma, sung in unison by both voices at the end of every polyphonic phrase, functions as a chorus throughout the piece. 

Conceptualized by Baltimore writer, playwright, and director Lola B. Pierson, the music video is a collection of experiments in light manipulation, facial expression, and movement. In one frame, ignited sparklers trace the letters "O-U-T-C-A-L-L-S" in an otherwise completely dark room. In another, Wimbish and Olsen-Ecker perform classic Meyerhold movement etudes donning sequin gowns under a red spotlight. These elements of random, experimental theatre combined with imaginatively lit shots and post-production effects by Skyler Jenkins make for a transfixing video debut. 

 

  • Outcalls - Holiday Ex-Lover (Official Music Video)
    Produced in collaboration with UrbanArias and The Decameron Opera Coalition.
  • Outcalls - Love To Fight (Official Music Video)
    Produced in collaboration with Jabari Jefferson.
  • Stay - Official Music Video (2020)
    Produced by Outcalls and UMBERTO LEE, the official music video for "Stay" stars Britt and Melissa as sword-yielding seekers of revenge. Written and performed by Outcalls // Directed by Kenny Johns
  • No King - (Live acoustic) (2020)
    This acoustic performance of "No King" was recorded in November 2020 and featured on The Real News Network's 2020 Election Night coverage. "No King" was written to denounce patriarchy and sexism. Written and performed by Outcalls // Filmed and edited by Outcalls
  • Sebben Crudele (2020)
    An episode for The Pleiades Project's series "24" in which artists were tasked with reimagining a selection from the book of 24 Italian Songs and Arias. The video features a new rendition of Antonio Caldara's "Sebben, Crudele" along with a skit written by Outcalls to parody their experiences in conservatory education. Musical arrangement by Outcalls // Beat by Micah E. Wood.
  • Reyka Vodka Commercial (2020)
    Sponsored by Reyka Vodka for WTMD's July 2020 Virtual First Thursdays Series. Written, filmed, and edited by Outcalls.
  • Maryland Department of Agriculture Commercial
    Sponsored by Maryland Department of Agriculture for WTMD's September 2020 Virtual First Thursdays Series. Written, filmed, and edited by Outcalls.
  • Pillcauzbee - Official Music Video (2019)
    "Pillcauzbee" is the third track on Outcalls's EP, NO KING. Animation by Oona Taper // Produced by Outcalls
  • Skip to Sunrise - Official Music Video (2017)
    "Skip to Sunrise" is the fourth track on Outcalls's EP, NO KING. Directed by Lola B. Pierson // Produced by Outcalls

No King EP (2017)

Outcalls self-released their second EP, No King, to critical acclaim in September 2017. The title track catapulted the vocal duo onto the local arts scene with credits from every major Baltimore publication including The Baltimore Sun's "30 Songs that defined 2017," Baltimore Magazine’s "Best Music of 2017" and the "Big Baltimore Playlist," as well as features in Baltimore Beat, Brightest Young Things (DC), and Johns Hopkins University's The Hub. In 2019, the EP was discovered by celebrity astrologist Chani Nicholas who featured several of the tracks on her Cosmic Playlist Series. 

Outcalls was the recipient of a Baltimore Alternative Music Award from 89.7 WTMD for Best Vocal Performance ("No King"). They were ranked #6 in WTMD's Top 89 Songs of 2017 ("No King"). On the Spotify platform alone, the EP's six tracks have a combined streaming of over 200,000 plays.


"Opening with a staccato synthesizer line, the dramatic 'No King' blooms into a tale of betrayal and revenge sung through lush, layered vocals." -Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun

"Witchy, somewhat tribal, and even a little bit dusty old Spaghetti Western, 'Skip to Sunrise' has become one of our top songs of the year." -Baltimore Magazine

  • No King
    "No King" is the award-winning title track from Outcalls's second EP. Written and performed by Outcalls.
  • Coldblood
    Have you ever thought about getting stranded in Antarctica with your best friend and having a tough conversation about what happens when you run out of food? Yeah, us neither. "Coldblood" is the second track from Outcalls's second EP, NO KING. Written and performed by Outcalls.
  • Pillcauzbee
    "Pillcauzbee" is a soulful, trance-pop ballad that depicts the excitement of a night out followed by the terror of being drugged and unable to move. This is the third track from Outcalls's second EP, NO KING. Written and performed by Outcalls.
  • Skip to Sunrise
    Like an operatic ensemble number, "Skip to Sunrise" uses overlapping vocal lines and sparse lyrical phrases to express several thoughts at once. This is the fourth track from Outcalls's second EP, NO KING. Written and performed by Outcalls.

Touring History (2018-2023)

August 2018: EXPAND THE FAM TOUR
March 2019: GOIN' DOWN SOUTH TOUR
August 2019: THE BREAKFAST TOUR
October 2019: NOTHING WILL GO WRONG TOUR
October 2023: SCORPIO TOUR

Research, routing, venue booking, promotion, travel arrangements, and fundraising was done entirely in-house by Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish to promote Outcalls' music catalogue and gain knowledge of best procedural practices for large scale tour management. Tour-related expenses were completely funded by merchandise sales, donations, and Outcalls, LLC wages.

EXPAND THE FAM (2018)
8/9: One Longfellow Square (Portland, Maine)
8/10: The Columbus Theatre (Providence, Rhode Island)
8/11: Midway Cafe (Boston, Massachusetts)
8/12: The Skinny Pancake (Burlington, Vermont)
8/15:  The Cavern (Toronto, Ontario)
8/16: Revolution Gallery (Buffalo, New York)
8/17: Bar L'entre Nous (Montreal, Quebec) 
8/18: C'mon Everybody (Brooklyn, New York) 
8/20: ShopRite (Wilmington, Delaware)
8/21: The Smiling Moose (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
8/22: Jilly's Music Bar (Akron, Ohio)
8/23: Milkboy (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
8/24: The 8x10 (Baltimore, Maryland)

GOIN' DOWN SOUTH (2019)
3/22: The Lazy Bee (Berea, Ohio)
3/23: Spot Tavern (Lafayette, Indiana)
3/24: Urban Artifact (Cincinnati, Ohio)
3/25: Bellarmine University (Louisville, Kentucky)
3/27: Siberia Lounge (New Orleans, Louisiana)
3/28: The Attic at the Blind Mule (Mobile, Alabama)
3/29: Jade Fox & Co. (Atlanta, Georgia)

THE BREAKFAST TOUR  (2019)
8/10: The Alchemist (Stowe, VT)
8/11: Funk N' Waffles (Syracuse, NY)
8/13: The Skinny Pancake (Burlington, VT)
8/14: Bella Luna & The Milky Way Lounge (Boston, MA)
8/16: Young and Grumpy Studios (Brooklyn, NY)
8/17: C'mon Everybody (Brooklyn, NY)

NOTHING WILL GO WRONG (2019)
10/5: T-Bar Social Club (June Lake, CA)
10/7: Harvard & Stone (Los Angeles, CA)
10/8: Puffers of Pismo (Pismo Beach, CA)
10/9: Santa Clara University (Santa Clara, CA)
10/10: MilkBar (San Francisco, CA)
10/11: Shine Cafe (Sacramento, CA)

SCORPIO TOUR, A parlor series (2023)
10/22: Private Residence (Baltimore, MD)
10/24: Minimum Wage Recording Studios (Richmond, VA)
10/25: Private Residence (Washington, DC)
10/27: Young & Grumpy Studios (Brooklyn, NY)
10/28: Troy Music Room (Troy, NY)
10/29: Private Residence (Annapolis, MD)

  • Scorpio Tour Poster

    Our tour stops for the Scorpio Tour (October 2023)

  • Nothing Will Go Wrong Tour Poster
    Photo by Simone Thompson. Design by Kevin Hock.
  • The Breakfast Tour Poster
    Image by Micah E. Wood. Design by Christopher J. Chester.
  • Goin' Down South Tour Poster
    Photo by Philip Edward Laubner. Design by Melanie Wise.
  • EXPAND THE FAM Tour Poster
    Poster artwork by Jacob Gardner
  • Columbus Theatre marquee in Providence, RI
    Columbus Theatre marquee in Providence, RI from 2018's "Expand the Fam" tour.
  • Outcalls @ Milkboy (Philadelphia, PA)
    Outcalls @ Milkboy (Philadelphia, PA) - photo by Skyler Jenkins. From 2018's "Expand the Fam" tour.
  • Funk'n Waffles Poster
    Poster for our show at Funk'n Waffles 8/11/19, part of our Breakfast Tour.
  • Skinny Pancake Poster
    Poster for our show on 8/13/19 at the Skinny Pancake, part of our Breakfast Tour.
  • Show poster - San Francisco
    Poster for our show at MilkBar in San Fransisco, CA 10/10/19.

No King Remixes

No King Remixes is an ongoing collaboration with musicians who specialize in beat production. Artists take stems (individual isolated tracks) from the original recording session of a song and create a new version of the piece. A common practice in hip-hop and electronic music, remixes often bring artists together whose paths might not otherwise cross on the local gigging scene. 

Outcalls' catalogue includes three remixes: "Coldblood Riddiot Remix" by Pittsburgh-based DJ Brendan Barstow, "Pillcauzbee Drew Scott Remix" by Baltimore producer Drew Scott, and "Skip to Sunrise Cascading Elephants Remix" by experimental electronic performer and producer Ben Parker of Louisville, KY. The next song in the series will be remixed by Baltimore musician Micah E. Wood.

  • Pillcauzbee (Drew Scott Remix)
  • Coldblood (Brendan Barstow Remix)
  • Skip to Sunrise (Cascading Elephants Remix)