OK

OK

Ok, is the first real glimmer of the style the Karthartic would later become. You can hear it in songs like dangerous and blue eyes. Where the band’s sound would go over the next few years and the beginnings of a style that was later called adult...
Last train to Gladstone

Last train to Gladstone

This song dates back to one of the early iterations of cathartic, Jamie Macdonald (Drummer), Aaron Pocock (Lee guitarist), and myself (keyboards) were jamming. While we were playing one of my brothers called, he was in Gladstone in Queensland and had relocated to get...
Jamaica No9

Jamaica No9

Jamaica number nine is based on a true story where the manager of the venue was, the one supplying the punters and band members with drugs. It was a very interesting place to play! A little while, after we left the venue, the manager and his boss were rated, and there...
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