The Ocean As Mistress | In Ruins (1 Bonus Song)

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In Ruins (1 Bonus Song)

by The Ocean As Mistress

This three-piece rock band strikes a balance between light and dark, happiness and misery, content and discontent.
Genre: Rock: Emo
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1. Virga
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2. Suspension
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3. Trellis
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4. Mezzaluna
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5. The Larkos Triangle
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6. Men That Drew Swords
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7. An Inexhaustible Soul
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8. Tephra
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9. Fistula
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10. Guzzling Sanguine
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11. Twelve Silver Pennies
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There has never been much to do in the Florida Panhandle but leave the Florida Panhandle. so when we were kids, we bought cheap gear, tried to emulate our musical heroes, and kept doing it. all the while carefully avoiding the attentions of the indie music scene here in the States. I knew I'd never make an album, and I didn't really care about that, or even about playing shows in our local music scene. members came and went, as they always seem to do, but I just couldn't stop writing songs, sometimes 3 years or more without anyone to rehearse with. the best songs come from not discussing structure, or production, or style, just sweating and hoping the neighbors get used to the noise.

A chain of events in 2003 led to recording an album with my friend Jeremy Dubois at The Dungeon Recording Studios in North Miami. then Brent at Kitchen Mastering in North Carolina polished it up and it was self-released and self-published. the momentum has built since then. Two videos, tours, a small label coming and going. the only thing that will not go away are the songs, and my commitment to making albums that sound like they cost more than they did.


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