Otto Lindholm came to light in 2016 with his debut eponyme LP released on Icarus Records, a "stunningly beautiful" record according to FACT Magazine.
His second LP Alter released in fall 2017 on Gizeh Records, was introduced on BBC6 by Mary Anne Hobbs as an "Extraordinary new LP. Deeply meditative".
Early 2018, he opened the new Houndstooth compilation "In Death’s Dream Kingdom" featuring artists like Pan Daijing, Abul Mogard, Tomoko sauvage, Sophia Loizou or Roly Porter. « The set opens with Otto Lindholm's Cain - all Ligeti / Xenakis style doom and dirge and cooling solar flares ». (THE WIRE) « Cain by Otto Lindholm with its tortured voices and shards of cello, is like William Blake soundtracked by Arthur Russell ». (MOJO)
End of 2018 he released on Aurora Borealis Recordings his collaboration with P.Maze, member of duo OrphanSwords, 'Where The Wolf Has Been Seen' (Maze&Lindholm)