Our Feature Album for December | Oliver Tank ‘The Ocean Fades Into The Sky’ 12 Dec 2019 One of Sydney’s most mysterious and enigmatic producers, it’s no wonder Oliver Tank’s bold musical return The Ocean Fades Into The Sky is our feature album for December! 15 tracks of atmospheric and textural bliss, Oliver Tank never fails to craft otherworldly soundscapes to drift away with. This project is no different, whether it be the rich chords and sharp percussion on ‘Blame on Me’, delicate, ambient arrangement on ‘Made of Gold’, or moving and heartfelt character and sentimental vocals on ‘Look The Other Way’, each vibrant segment stands out in a unique and irresistible way. With most of the pieces created by the oceanside, it’s no wonder the release flaunts a breezy and rippling nature. It was this that also inspired the title of the project, “One day a little while back as I looked out to sea, the sky was the same colour as the ocean and they sort of faded together on the horizon. It was truly beautiful,” Oliver explains. Frequent collaborator Fawn Meyers makes an appearance across two tracks on the project, an addition which compliments Tank’s instrumentals masterfully. While ‘Silver Lining’ sees the pair wandering off into the cosmos, ‘Just My Type’ is bold and punchy, with Meyers’ melodies floating effortlessly through the serene sea. The perfect album to relax and submerge into across it’s diverse and colourful soundscapes, listen to The Ocean Fades Into The Sky below.