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Jess Dunbar, Oxford & Co, UACSC and Hamish Anderson


Thu 2 May 2013, 8:00pm

Where: The Standard Bowl, Level 3, 383 Bourke Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $12.50 ($10.00 + $2.50 fees)
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Singer/songwriter Jess Dunbar is an alternative-folk artist from Sydney with a unique musical style and ability to turn heads. Her intricate harmonies and guitar picking melodies have a folky-mellow sound, but her music has taken a turn to have an indie edge with her new EP “Fools March” being released this September. She approaches her music with simplicity and from the heart.


At its most basic, the Oxford & Co. EP is indie-folk, laced with electronic undertones accompanied by a little good ol’ country flair. The discerning ear may also detect heady notes of blues and old-school R&B. You could be forgiven for thinking you already know Oxford & Co; the melodies recall a familiar, yet original, sound. And, it’s no wonder – these guys aren’t newcomers, but rather accomplished artists who have earned the following of fans all over Australia. Oxford & Co. is the lovechild of Sam Stephenson, Fisherking’s lead singer and songwriter, and producer Cameron Potts of Dead Letter Chorus fame.


In late 2012, the UACSC. began a musical project that gives old sounds new life by bringing vintage synthesisers & keyboards together with samples & loops ripped off shitty old casiotones. They use field recordings & children's toys run through tape machines until they slightly distort to build their sound. They experiment with concepts of music being produced vs. organic & sub-sonic vs. sweet, with an over all intention of just creating interesting noises.


Hamish is singer/songwriter and guitarist from Melbourne. A love for a wide range of different musical styles including folk, blues & rock and roll have influenced his playing and songwriting allowing him to develop a distinctly infectious sound. Fiery blues guitar and a knack for composing haunting lyrics that speak well beyond his years don’t go astray either.