Releases

Committed Monkey

Committed Monkey

If you ever felt like a worker drone mindlessly, trudging forward, then you’ll understand Committed monkey. It is as much social commentary as pop song

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Bananas

Bananas

Bananas by Orang Ka-Tang, is a 4 track EP  Crack that Whip, Bang On My Drum, Live For The Moment and Just My kind

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Be My Girl

Be My Girl

Be My Girl by Orang Ka-tang is perfect, pop, light, fluffy, and full of happiness

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Tea Cosy

Tea Cosy

Tea cosy was part of a drunken Sunday afternoon jam session. I cannot tell you where the words or the story came from. They just appeared out of nowhere and to this day I still find them amusing, it’s like a joke somebody else made up. I hope you enjoy it, we did. By the way, don’t take this very...

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Only Human

Only Human

Every day, it seems like I make a mistake, I’m only human, Everything that you give to me, I do break, I’m only human

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J-Bo Dean

J-Bo Dean

J-Bo Dean sings Truck Driving Country with a driving beat and an up-tempo sound that is a little like Johnny Cash or Merle Haggard. J-Bo Dean’s “The devil is gona ride” originally started as a live jam, but it took many years for J-Bo to find all the correct lyrics, even though a large part of the...

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60 Miles From Darwin

60 Miles From Darwin

Aaron Pocock and I were playing in the studio one day, and the way he was playing with so much space made my mind wander back many years to a band I had toured with. It was part of an extensive Australian tour, and we were driving from Townsville to Darwin in February, and only three people in the...

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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 prog-pop.

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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 away from his ex-wife, while...

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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 were substantial quantities...

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Home

Home

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Mud

Mud

Mud by Red Station Rising is exactly as it sounds, a song about being over your head and drowning in events beyond and out of your control. All the anger and frustration, the sense of powerlessness.

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Left phase blue

Left phase blue

The album Left Phase Blue by Lloyd Sanderson is about coming home to the music we love. A collection of songs I hope will remind my generation of a time when both life and music were fresh and exciting. Radios rang to the sounds of The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, CCR and Led Zeppelin. This music...

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Cheese part 1

Cheese part 1

Cheese Part1 is the first album of 11 songs by The Fondue Cowboys, the complete 26 song project is designed to be a web/TV series of 5-6min micro-episode in a 26 part series. The multi-layered story revolves around the dysfunctional lives of the residents of the “Ma hattan Apartments” and their...

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