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Omni’s Philip Frobos has announced his debut solo album Vague Enough To Satisfy, a “lounge-inspired punk album” that also happens to serve as the original soundtrack to his upcoming novel of the same name. Lead single “No Packages Today” is a minimalist post-punk track backed by cascading saxophones and a chintzy beat. As Frobos explains of the self-directed video:

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The nervy Atlanta trio Omni released their latest album, Networker, last year through their new home at Sub Pop. Just last week, they put out two covers, one of Billy Joel and another of 10cc. And today they’re sharing a previously unreleased track called “Constant Reminder” through Adult Swim’s singles series that dates back to […]

Atlanta post-punk trio Omni have made their second contribution to Lagniappe Sessions, the covers series maintained by OG music blog Aquarium Drunkard. Back in 2016, they tackled Alice Cooper’s “Identity Crisis” and the Boys Next Door’s “Somebody’s Watching Me.” Since then they’ve released a pair of great albums for a pair of venerable indie labels […]

Lagniappe (la ·gniappe) noun ‘lan-ˌyap,’ — 1. An extra or unexpected gift or benefit. 2. Something given or obtained as a gratuity or bonus. Just prior to the lockdown, Omni recorded their second entry for the Lagniappe Sessions. While their 2016 initial set paid tribute to ‘the best Alice Cooper song you’ve never heard’, here, the […]