London has arguably the best music scene around, with thousands of talented musicians emerging every day, most of which are unsigned acts waiting for their big break.
Unsigned Friday brings you the very best unsigned music artists from around the capital, as well as giving these acts a platform to promote their music.
This week, getwestlondon's Emily Chudy caught up with atmospheric electro band OMA.
The band is eclectic mix of harp, synthesiser and vocals to create a mesmerising sound.
OMA consists of front woman "OMA" on synthesiser, Madeleine Buckley on the harp and Jeanne Albin creating the sound effects.
OMA said: "I have been making music all my life. I have been very lucky to work with highly acclaimed musicians and artist on many projects and when I moved 2008 to London I felt that the time was right to focus on my own music.
"I met harpist Madeleine Buckley at a London choir project that I was running and she was immediately very interested to experiment with different ways of playing along to a synthesizer. Two different instruments out of two different historic times but they seem to be made for each other!
"We launched the band on 'Day of The Dead' in November 2013 in London and we have played all over the world ever since."
OMA has created soundtracks for two British short films this year, "Cusp" by Oliver Warren and "Cyclum" by Rainer Niermann, which have been screened in Cannes, LA and New York. "Cusp" has been nominated for Best Original Score in LA.
On the band's influences, OMA said: "It is a bizarre mixture of many. I have been always fascinated by PJ Harvey, Kate Bush, Massive Attack, Dead Can Dance, Steve Reich, Brian Eno, but also minimal techno and classical music.
"I love music that creates atmospheres and takes you to another place and expresses feelings which can't be expressed by words."
The band are currently in production for their second music video, "Small Talk Waltz", which will be released in autumn with a special, secret concert.
OMA said: "The sound is an eclectic mixture of synthesiser, harp and vocals luring you into a mesmerising and sometimes dark world. My lyrics are quiet unusual and thought provoking.
"I sing about horrible things in beautiful melodies and the other way around. The music stays with you. It has some sort of aftertaste. Like a strong, earthy red wine."
The band has played all over the world, including a show in local Kensal Rise this June.
A spokeswoman for the band said: "OMA performs beautiful, mesmerizing acapella songs, combined with electronic landscapes and harp sounds. OMA's live show has been described as an eclectic mix between Marianne Faithfull, Kate Bush and Bjork."
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