and Macie Stewart. The two have become integral parts of the Chicago music scene,
having performed with a diverse range of musicians and musical styles. Between them,
Cummingham and Stewart have helped found the bands Kids These Days and Marrow
as well as toured with artists Tweedy and Chance the Rapper and recorded with
Richard Thompson. Originally released digitally in 2016 as a 6 song EP under the
band's original name Homme (before discovering a South Korean pop duo with the
same name), this vinyl release includes two additional unreleased tracks. While
diversity plays a large role, Ohmme's musical sensibility falls inline with acts like St.
Vincent, Tune-Yards, or even Tortoise for its ambitious approach to sonic
experimentation. The band have garnered early praise from multiple sources, earning
them a spot at the coveted Pitchfork Music Festival in 2016. The Chicago Tribune
noted th e EP "spanned a huge dynamic range, from vaporous to violent." With plans
to spend most of 2017 on tour, the band have already performed as support for The
Joy Formidable, Tortoise, and Half Waif. Full-length album to be released in 2018.