“What is this sorcery that I’m hearing?”
Accompanying the release of his sophomore EP, Slow Motion Music, Sydney electronic artist Oliver Tank has announced that he will be capping off a massive 2013 by embarking on his most extensive national tour to date, with shows planned for Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Two years have passed since Tank released his Dreams
“Slow down, world, you move too fast for me,” sings Sydney electronic artist Oliver Tank on Different Speed, a collaboration with Perth producer Ta-ku. It’s the first taste of his upcoming EP, slated for release later this year, and its lush ambient sounds will certainly make it feel like the world has stopped turning. Two
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Last Thursday saw FBi’s Sydney Music Art & Culture awards ceremony take place. Hosted by Max Lavergne and featuring performances by Matt Corby, Oliver Tank, Catcall and theatre collective Applespiel, the night was an incredible amount of fun, and recognised some of the most talented and hardworking people in Sydney. Here are the Winners: Best
Australia’s own Peats Ridge Festival is now available for live streaming via YouTube. As seen through Splendour In The Grass earlier this year, YouTube has become a place for those not attending the festival to enjoy the live acts.
Oliver Tank is an artist upon whom it would seem that God is often smiling. Not only blessed with a golden voice, a gift for songwriting and the kind of nonthreatening good looks you’d expect to find on the face of the latest surfer heartthrob to join the cast of Home & Away, he also
Oliver Tank has burst seemingly out of nowhere with his own brand of incredibly textural glitch pop. Having played music in various forms since he was young, he now combines real instruments with computers to create heartfelt soundscapes so vivid they could only be dreamed of. The last month has been huge for Oliver Tank,
Sydney resident Oliver Tank has finally released his debut EP through indie label Yes Please. The EP is a fitting release for the record label’s already lo-fi stable of bands including avant ghetto artist Guerre and The Townhouses. The EP features 6 hauntingly beautiful tracks and is available from Band Camp. You can visit the