Oliver moved mulch, and then he moved to Naarm/Melbourne.
Soon after he met Hamish.
Moving Mulch; their debut single as collaborators is music that is soulful, rich, noisey and hypnotic.
The track involves itself in the experience of loss and change in relationships and scenery, inner change and creating who we are now.
Hamish is the lead singer of the band 'coy fox', and has been writing music for the last 3 years. Taken from the influences of those such as Mac DeMarco, Adrianne Lenker, Jessica Pratt, Bon Iver and more.
Oliver is a producer and visionary artist. His live experience expresses the joy of stumbling into an idea, capturing the moment of joy when inspiration finds you. Oliver Aereal has almost as much of an idea of where he’s going as the listener. Stevie Wonder, Brian Eno, and R.A.P. Ferreira run his tape deck.
This gig takes place exactly a year since Oliver's move (from Ngunnawal+Ngambri Country/Canberra).
Expect a kindly curated space. Lovely people and sound making galore.
Sat 10th June: Nolan Angell & Shani Forrester - From 8pm - FREE
Described as one of Australia’s greatest songwriters, Nolan Angell is proud to release his debut solo album, ‘Lyrica’.
After 30 years and 12 Albums as lead singer-songwriter with indie folk blues band “The Genes”, fine tuning their craft touring with Australian bands such as Crowded house, Midnight Oil, Yothu Yindi and more, Nolan has produced an album of stripped back songs, focusing on the music, Lyrics and performance. “Since I began song writing I have always wanted to record a solo album in the purest sense, guitar, vocals, harmonica, all live takes, no overdubs. It was a challenge but I’m really proud of what we’ve captured, and I’m really excited to be playing these songs in concert.”
The songs took shape through a combination of recovering from surfing accidents and pandemic lockdowns. “I would describe the songs as modern folk with impressionist imagery. Deceptively simple and subtly thought provoking and I hope you enjoy them.”
Sun 11th June: Clark & Karlo Arcinue - From 2.30pm - FREE
Clark is a musician hailing from New Zealand and based in Melbourne for the past decade. Playing a set of original acoustic songs, his fingerpicked classical style and vocals take influence from Simon and Garfunkel, The Tallest Man on Earth, and Jose Gonzalez amongst others. This is his debut performance at Ringo Barr.
Karlo Arcinue is a Melbourne based singer-songwriter influenced by 70s folk artists such as James Taylor and Jim Croce. He started his solo music project during the lockdowns, and unexpectedly grew a large global social media following (FB) through posting performance videos of his original songs. As soon as the lockdowns ended, he has been gigging around live music venues in Melbourne and steadily growing a local fanbase.