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Oliver Goss Band - Kill It or Face It EP Launch

When:

Wed 30 Mar 2016, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Brighton Up Bar, 77 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $10.00
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OGB met at AIM, where they decided to ditch the pure rock they were being taught to see what sounds they could come up with on their own. Unlocking a happy blend of poppy lyrics, with the feel good rock and roll they grew up on and first fell in love with, the boys descended onto the Sydney pub scene determined to share their spin.

Ollie (vocals, lyrics, rhythm guitar); Jono (backing vocals, lead guitar); Matt (drums); and Vangel (bass) share a love for music by Jack Johnson, John Mayer, the Kooks and Alt-J. Their music is a blending of the chilled vibes of the Beautiful Girls and the toe-tapping beats of Jet.

Their EP, Kill it or Face it, is all about the choices they had to make to get to where they are. The road to recognition isn't easy. The boys had to decide whether to kill the dream, or dig their heels in and face the beast. They did just that. From Old Manly Boatshed, to Surry Hills, they've stuck it out, and they're only sounding better.

Along with upcoming shows across Sydney (check out www.officialogb.com for a list of venues), you can find the boys online. OGB's YouTube channel, The Warehouse, is set to showcase recording sessions with other emerging local artists, such as Cuzn and the Northern Beaches's Ruffle Feather. Encountering, again and again, the limited opportunities for exposure, Ollie reached out to industry friends and professionals and curated the Warehouse Sessions. Their first session was filmed at Sydney's The Gut, which they'll be launching soon, along with their EP on March 30th.

Set Times:
Oliver Goss Band: 10:00pm - 10:45pm
Rufflefeather: 9:15pm - 9:45pm
Sabrina Soares: 8:30pm - 9:00pm