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Boomkat Product Review:
Returning for a second album on Get Physical, Raz Ohara & The Odd Orchestra continue to look beyond toward the edges of electronically-bolstered soul music, bringing together expansive ensemble instrumentation, swerving digital production and Ohara's instantly identifiable vocal, which always manages to be warm and welcoming. 'The Burning (Desire)' instantly introduces us to a string-draped loungecore melancholy that seems to be Ohara's most comfortable sound, and the highlights tend to be nestled away in the more minor-key moments: from the choral flourishes of 'Wildbirds' to the epic, orchestral grandstanding of 'Praise The Day (No One Owes You Nothing)' and 'The Day You Suffered Helpless Out Of Reach And All Lines Were Dead' Ohara manages to supplement his soulful croon with a modernist approach to pop arrangement that keeps his particular brand of futuristic funk interesting.