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ARIA Week: Andy Bull, Chance Waters, The Cairos

When:

Tue 26 Nov 2013, 7:00pm

Where: Oxford Art Factory, 38-46 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $20.00
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Listed by: PoppyEF

Lineup:
Andy Bull
Chance Waters
The Cairos
+ Special Guests

There’s a different kind of buzz coming from Island Records Australia – and this is your chance to see it close up, drink in hand. See synth-pop maestro Andy Bull, the vegan-pop-meets-Hip-Hop collision of Chance Waters plus the pulsing undercurrents of The Cairos’ garage rock. There might even be some surprise guests swinging by too.

Island Records hail from the Universal Music family and is home to artists such as Boy & Bear, Clare Bowditch and Hilltop Hoods (through Golden Era).

Andy Bull: Over recent years, his unique approach to alternative pop has earned him a special reputation. Little more than a one-man production, Andy has written and produced two of the year’s most interesting pop anthems – ‘Keep On Running’ and ‘Baby I Am Nobody Now’ – and following sold out shows up and down the East Coast is gearing up to release his new album in 2014.

Chance Waters: Chance Waters is not a typical hip hop artist and his music is not typical hip hop fare. The outspoken vegan and self-confessed internet addict has established a uniquely recognisable brand of hip hop backed by intelligent lyricism and delicately layered production. His music fuses elements from a wide array of genres with pop hooks, harmonies, swathes of live instrumentation and world class production from Adelaide producer One Above (Hilltop Hoods).

The Cairos: After 12 months of songwriting, previous Triple J Unearthed winners are back with a dark, noisy, psychedelic sound. The Brisbanite four-piece’s upcoming album was produced and mixed by Nick DiDia, who has worked with such greats as Powderfinger, Rage Against The Machine and Karnivool.