Oh, Oh, Ecstasy
Oh, Oh, Ecstasy
The line up has changed significantly over the years, first starting out as a three piece, then growing into a four person group effort, until that line up inevitably dissolved, leaving Peter to take total control to force the most authentic representation of the music in his head. Now, the live band serves as a revolving door for Peter to work with different line ups almost every show. The sound of the live band varies but never disappoints. Peter’s recordings have been surfacing for years before under different names like Shoes Off Rule, or CandyFlips (w/ Chris Elmer), until finally sticking with the my bloody valentine inspired name Oh, Oh, Ecstasy.
The first release an EP titled “Lo Fi Goodness" was an extremely distorted and confused effort that received some minor “internet buzz". Only a few months after another EP was released titled “Vista Cruiser." The EP’s more refurbished (but still “low fi") sound and a wider spectrum of sounds led to critial acclaim including spots on two websites “best eps of 2011" lists. 2012 was slower for Peter in public activity. Now working with a new “fixed" line up, the band managed to release two 3 song EPs/singles.
The inactivity from playing live also left Peter to record two full length albums: “Murder Tape" which was released on March 12th, 2013. Peter also recorded another album in the year with sometimes OOX member Chris Elmer which will be released later 2013, the album is called “Oh, Oh, Ecstasy’s Infinite Dimensions." This album has been called by Peter and Chris to be a more “polished and cohesive record", completely comprised of re-recordings of 15 songs in Peter’s backlog. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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