L.A. indie pop band Kotolan plays a mix of eclectic rock with a global influence with music rooted in vocal melodies and cinematic textures. The band is led by audiovisual artist Otto Granillo, who has performed and/or recorded for Monophonics, La Santa Cecilia, Ricardo Lemvo-Makina Loca, Marc Anthony and Ozomatli among others, along with lead singer Junko Seki. A studied pianist and
vocalist, she sings in English, Spanish and Japanese. Her global curiosity and undeniable sultry voice has propelled her onto stages as a solo artist like the Hollywood Bowl with performances in Mexico, Japan and the US. She has shared the stage with the likes of Chicano icon Lalo Guerrero, Linda Ronstadt, Mariachi Cobre, Mariachi Sol de Mexico and others.
Kotolan has appeared on both film and television and live at LA’s Grand Park+The Music Center 4th of July Celebration, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Autry Museum, Levitt Pavilion Summer Concerts, Baja California, San Francisco, San Diego, The California Endowment along with many other performances along the way.
Currently, Kotolan is in production of a string of boutique vinyl singles.