Thu, October 23rd

CMJ: Hamish Anderson, Gulp, The Ocean Party & Bad//Dreems

TICKETS

Doors 5:30PM
Show 6PM
Advance Price Free
Door Price Free
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door



Hamish Anderson (6PM)

 

Having made a name for himself in Melbourne, Australia for his impressive live show that encompasses a mix of electric blues-soaked rock and modern roots songs, Hamish Anderson’s debut EP was released independently in November 2013, armed with noteworthy tunes and songwriting maturity well beyond his twenty-three years.

 

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Gulp (6:45PM)



Gulp is Guto Pryce (Super Furry Animals) and Lindsey Leven with Gid Goundrey providing guitar. Fuzzed-up bass, dream-folk vocals, acoustic and electronic drums and synths…their cinematic and ethereal sound is a musical manifestation of the road trip; the landscape and events along the way, filmic scenes and melodies – from the sun-squinting, flickering saturation and lens flare of the Californian desert to the gloamin of rural Scottish and Welsh homescapes.
 
In late 2012 Gulp toured the UK and Ireland supporting Django Django and also contributed to the Django’s Hi Djinx! remix lp with a cover version of Hand of Man.
A second single ‘Play’ was released July 2013. Debut LP ‘Season Sun’ was released in July 2014 on Sonic Cathedral in Europe and Everloving in North America.
June 2012 saw the release of their debut single, Game Love, which received a 5* review from Artrocker magazine and pick of the week in The Guardian Guide.

  

The Ocean Party (7:30PM)

 



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Bad//Dreems (8:15PM)

 

In a world where indie guitar music has grown sullen and stale, where songs by garage bands are used to sell cars on TV and real rock and roll is no more than an inner city bartender’s tattoo, it’s nice to know the memo never reached Adelaide. Meeting at their local football club, BAD//DREEMS have emerged from the Adelaide underground, refreshingly untouched by modern trends.



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