Louder Oceans | Megaphone Tsunami

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Megaphone Tsunami

by Louder Oceans

A theatrical exploration of rock and roll that blends classic, 90's and modern rock to create an emotional and danceable soundscape.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Weathered Mind
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2. Under My Bed
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3. Staxx
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4. Bounce House
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5. Legend of the Liger
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6. Only Stones
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7. Pleasuretown
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8. Baby Punch
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9. Goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Brandon Ficquette and Reed Schackmann came together in early 2015 to begin writing music together as an acoustic duo. As their music began to develop, it became clear that Ficquette's ability to generate catchy riffs and intricate solos mixed with Schackmann's diverse vocal range and songwriting abilities created a powerful dynamic. For the next two years, Ficquette and Schackmann spent their time honing their sound and experimenting with different iterations of cast members that would eventually be known as Louder Oceans. In 2017, the duo were finally joined by good friends Alejandro Quiroz and recent Portland, OR transplant Tom Andes to complete the powerhouse quartet. Together Andes and Quiroz provide the deep pocket and hard grooves that are the canvas that is layered with ambient guitar grooves and soaring vocals to create the eclectic and diverse sound of Louder Oceans. In 2018, just over a year later, Louder Oceans introduces their debut album "Megaphone Tsunami".

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