Here it is guys, Fawns first track from her upcoming EP. I’m really proud of all the work she and I have done together. Just a taste of things to come. Enjoy!
rabbitkiddd asked: you and your music are amazing ! I love you :) I'm from Hong Kong .
Awesome, thanks heaps for the love good to know I got fans all over the globe
liammilnerart asked: Hey man. Went to your show in northcote last night. really enjoyed it. Fishing were mad aswell. Your vinyl is usually spinnin at my place when I'm making some art. cheers for the tunes! Liam
Thanks Liam, was really fun to play down there you guys in Melbourne are good to me
sydneymegasnake asked: Calling for a Doobie Ashtray remix.
I dunno if I could add anything to it though, its too perfect. I gotta put a happy ending in one of my tracks though, like when devin finds a bag of weed at the end of doobie ashtray
Big thanks to everyone that has supported me so far, here’s a little preview of the mixtape I’ve been working on
If you aren’t mind blown, completely wow-ed or feel like passionately embracing the nearest person after listening to Oliver Tank then you are a lost soul.
His sound is a dream-like fury of instrumental genius. And that voice. He only has to repeatedly breathe the one line,“You said it would be alright, but I just don’t know” over a hypnotic synth beat and beautiful string melody, and we are utterly transfixed.
At an intimate gig at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Thursday night, Oliver Tank played to a chockerblocked room of fans - It is inspiring to know that so many people enjoy his amazlingly chill sound.
Stand out of the night was his rendition of the “King” Snoop Dogg’s, ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’ which he pulled off with absolute boss-ness, despite the slightly awkward ‘nigga’ line of a white boy rapping.
Proving his down to earth reputation, he played on without making us wait with a round of overrated encore hype.
His only trip-up was not having enough songs to quell the appetite of his audience, which he humbly apologised for.
I promise Oliver Tank will take your breath away, even as he sings the words, “Music is like air to me and I just want to help you breathe.”
Oliver Tank. Yes Please.