Gossling’s vocal quirkiness has set her apart from other contemporary artists, underpinned by music that has moved with the times; transitioning from a folky leaning to include elements of electronic synths and textures. Her debut album, “Harvest Of Gold” was undoubtedly one of 2013’s best Australian releases, (“Joyous, honest and dreamy” – Harper’s Bazaar). To celebrate her national tour she will release a special digital only edition of “Harvest of Gold” featuring a bonus EP of new and previously unreleased music, including her stunning covers of Everclear’s 90’s anthem ‘Santa Monica’ and Vance Joys’ hit single ‘Riptide’ [Video Below].
Continue reading Gossling Harvest Of Gold National Tour Announcement
Interview: Bianca Martin
Following successful appearances at Woodford Folk Festival, Peats Ridge and NYE presented by the City of Melbourne over Summer, as well as sold out launch shows in Melbourne and Sydney for her current EP ‘Until Then, songstress Gossling has again hit the road and currently playing a string of shows throughout Australia – Bianca Martin (BM) caught up with Gossling vocalist Helen Croome (HC) for a chat.
BM – You’ve toured the country quite extensively in your short musical career – what have you been looking forward to most about this tour with Oh Mercy?
HC – I have been very lucky to support some amazing australian acts on their tours. I really enjoy getting to experience a different crowd in every town/city and it’s a joy to be able to watch Oh Mercy play their set every night.
BM – How has the tour been treating you so far?
HC – The crowds on this tour have been great and really supportive of my set. I’ve been playing solo for the majority of the shows on this tour and the guys from Oh Mercy have been very kind letting me tag along with them on the road.
Continue reading Interview with Helen Croome of Gossling
Photographer: Chris Dornan Photography
Photographer: Chris Dornan Photography
Continue reading OH MERCY w/ Gossling & Montpelier @ Alhambra Bar, Brisbane – 01 April 2011 [Photo Gallery]
|Attention Shoppers was released on March 4th and The Little Stevies will be touring Australia in support, being joined by some very special guests along the way including Gossling, Georgia Fields, Adam Cousins, and New Zealands mutli-platinum selling star Anika Moa. These shows are not to be missed.|
ATTENTION SHOPPERS album launch tour Having charmed the world with their enchanting 2009 debut Love Your Band The Little Stevies have upped the ante – and the volume – with their newest offering, Attention Shoppers. Recorded in the USA with LA-based producer Ethan Allan (Tim Finn, Kristin Hersh, Luscious Jackson), the new album is a break away for the more laid-back, folk-influenced style of their first, and takes the band’s sound into a poppier, slicker and harder-edged territory.
The Little Stevies tour:
Saturday 2nd April – The Toff In Town, Melbourne – BUY TICKETS HERE
Sunday 3rd April – The Toff In Town, Melbourne – BUY TICKETS HERE
Wednesday 7th April – The Loft, Chevron Island, Gold Coast – BUY TICKETS HERE
Thursday 8th April – The Globe, Brisbane
Friday 9th April – Mullum Civic Hall, Mullumbimby – BUY TICKETS HERE
Wednesday 14th April – Ararat Live, Ararat
Thursday 15th April – Wheatsheaf, Adelaide – BUY TICKETS HERE
Friday 16th April – Karova Lounge, Ballarat – BUY TICKETS HERE
Saturday 17th April – The Loft, Warrnambool – BUY TICKETS HERE
Wednesday 28th April – The Royal Oak, Launceston
Friday 30th April – Republic Bar, Hobart – BUY TICKETS HERE
Thursday 5th May – ANU Bar, Canberra
Friday 6th May – Great Northern Hotel, Newcastle
Saturday 7th May – Vanguard, Sydney
Sunday 8th May – Brass Monkey, Cronulla
Thursday 12th May – Settler’s Tavern, Margaret River
Saturday 14th May – Clancy’s Fish Pub, Fremantle
Who What Where with : The Little Stevies [Interview]
The Little Stevies – ‘Feel It’ [Video Clip]
The Little Stevies ‘Love Your Band’ – [CD Review]
|Having just finished a tour with Lior, it has been a busy year for GOSSLING, having already supported the likes of Lamb, The Whitlams, Jamie Cullum, Newton Faulkner, Whitley and Mark Scholtez in 2010. In addition Gossling impressed crowds at her own headlining shows in Melbourne and Sydney, all off the back of her EP “If You Can‟t Whistle‟. The impressive debut features the sublime “Days Are Over” which quickly became a regular feature on Triple J’s play list.|
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Continue reading Who What Where with GOSSLING – Helen Croome
Gossling’s debut EP ‘If You Can’t Whistle’ has garnered plenty of attention, with the track “Days Are Over” becoming part of Triple J’s staple play list in recent times, and “He Knows My Love” being used in the Triple J ‘Unearthed’ promos. Gossling’s (aka Helen Croome) tracks were discovered by Triple J after she drew attention as an Unearthed artist.
Gossling(HC) chats with LifeMusicMedia (LMM).
LMM: Hi Helen, tell us about your first Australian tour to promote your new EP ‘IF YOU CAN’T WHISTLE‘?
HC: The band and I are played a few shows in Melbourne and one Canberra to begin with in March and we have plans to tour the rest of the country later in the year. I’m really excited to get out to more cities and play some regional dates also.
Continue reading Interview with Gossling (aka Helen Croome)
To celebrate the success of her debut EP ‘If You Can’t Whistle’, Gossling (aka Helen Croome) will take to the stage with headlining shows in Melbourne, and offering support to The Whitlams and Whitley in Canberra.
Gossling’s debut EP ‘If You Can’t Whistle’ has garnered plenty of attention, with the track “Days Are Over” becoming part of Triple J’s staple play list in recent times, and “He Knows My Love” being used in the Triple J ‘Unearthed’ promos. Gossling’s tracks were discovered by Triple J after she drew attention as an Unearthed artist. Gossling started 2010 supporting Lamb for their side shows during their visit for Peats Ridge Festival.
Continue reading Tour: Gossling to tour in support of debut EP – ‘If You Can’t Whistle’