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A Very Still Movement - Oceansize - A Very Still Movement (CDr)

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  1. Jan 08,  · 1. Catalyst 2. A Very Still Movement 3. Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs 4. Sizeofanocean.
  2. You'll find music as diverse as Manchester's history and Oceansize are a prime example of post-prog-alt-rock. The label also has a compilation CD available, plus the debut release from Politburo. see's a re-issue of the Oceansize EP - A Very Still Movement, and there are also 2 new releases scheduled for the first half of the year.5/5(1).
  3. "A Very Still Movement" is an early EP by Oceansize and is their 2nd EP released before their debut album. This EP contains 4 tracks and has a run time of 25 minutes. The EP gives examples of the bands heavy progressive sound in their early days. It starts off with "Catalyst" which nears the 7 minute mark/5(1).
  4. Jul 27,  · Oceansize ‎– A Very Still Movement. Genre: Rock. Style: Indie Rock. Year: /5(12).
  5. Oct 01,  · Barfly. The stunning A Very Still Movement EP was released that August, and the band enjoyed support slots with the likes of fans Elbow, Lift to Experience, and The Cooper Temple Clause. OCEANSIZE have formed a strong bond with TCTC, completing 2 tours with them this year lead singer Mike Vennart even did vocals on the Coopers' 'Panzer Attack.
  6. Listen free to Oceansize – A Very Still Movement (Catalyst, A Very Still Movement and more). 4 tracks (). This CD release was the band's first on Manchester label Soviet Union. The EP was recorded at The Works in Stockport and produced by AMPLIFIER's Sel Balamir.
  7. A Very Still Movement () Catalyst A Very Still Movement Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs Sizeofanocean Relapse () Amputee Relapse You Wish Effloresce () I Am The Morning Catalyst One Day All This Could Be Yours Massive Bereavement Rinsed You Wish Remember Where You Are Amputee Unravel Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs Saturday Morning Breakfast .
  8. Quickly building a local following, they issued several independent releases -- the "Saturday Morning Breakfast Show" single, the EP Amputee, the EP A Very Still Movement -- that got them named Manchester's best unsigned band.
  9. ‎Oceansize were one of numerous British bands crafting epic, moody soundscapes in the post-Radiohead era. However, they couldn't be pigeonholed as a Coldplay/Travis clone; their influences ran the gamut from space rock old (Pink Floyd) and new (Mogwai, the Verve) to alternative metal (Jane's Addictio. Available with an Apple Music subscription.

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