Known for mastering the art of heartfelt, vivid soundscapes with an electronic bent, Sydney-based producer Oliver Tank released his debut album OT this past Spring. Today, Melbourne producer Tiber gives his single “Charlene” the remix treatment. Tiber is signed to Moonbase’s new Trench Records label.
Of the remix, Tank said: “I love what Tiber did with Charlene. Its always interesting to see how another artist reimagines a song and I think he really took it somewhere special.”
Oliver’s album OT was recorded at Sing Sing studios in Melbourne, OT was co-produced with Jono Steer (Hiatus Kaiyote, Ali Barter) and marks a timeless talent whose creations continue to be both parts relevant and revolutionary.
Now with 8 million cumulative streams under his belt, Tank first burst onto the scene in 2011 with his textual glitch pop debut EP Dreams,which he followed up with stunning sophomore EP, Slow Motion Music in late 2013, featuring collaborations with Ta-Ku, Hayden Calnin, as well as long-time friend and collaborator Fawn Myers. Oliver Tank has also played sets at The Great Escape, Liverpool Sound City and Falls Festival in addition to supporting music luminaries Active Child, Youth Lagoon, Bonobo, Lana Del Rey, James Blake and Lorde.
“A brooding landscape of heartfelt melodies that get lost in a hazy, digital soundscape where vocals float off into the sunset. It’s both cold and heartfelt. A bit James Blake. A bit Bonobo. All Oliver Tank.” – Crave Online
“An Australian native with a particular knack at turning off the adrenaline and delivering excitement through ambience.” – EARMILK
“Listening to the music of Oliver Tank’s new “OT” is like absorbing aural therapy into your soul – the soft, electronic-based soundscapes soothe with chilled rhythms and polite loops, and all the mildly aggressive elements are relegated to the distance and short-lived, as if your troubles have been captured and escorted away.” Knoxville News Sentinel
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