The Ocean Party return with a new album this month even though the dust had barely settled on their 2014 effort. Light Weight is the fifth album from the group that thrives on the continual cycle of writing, recording, touring and repeating. I spoke to the band when they performed in Brisbane last month and got an insight into how the band operates and how they keep up the pace.
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Listen: CIGGIE WITCH – ‘LOOK OF PAIN’
In Review: THE OCEAN PARTY – SOFT FOCUS (SPUNK RECORDS, 2014)
The Ocean Party have recently released a new full-length. While previous albums have drawn their fair share of acclaim, Soft Focus seems to be the first record where everything fits, everything clicks, and everything works.
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In Review: CIGGIE WITCH – ROCK AND ROLL JUICE (OSBORNE AGAIN, 2014)
Rock and Roll Juice is a rather innocent collection, silently setting itself firmly in the midst of contemporary Australian twang. While looking at life at ground level, Ciggie Witch revel in up-front recollections and revelations about not fitting in, wasting time, making hard decisions and not being satisfied with the results.
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