Phil Jamieson (arvo) Oshima (evening)


7:00 pmSaturday, 27 November 2021


Hotel Westwood

28 Napier Street Footscray

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To kick off a new year and a new chapter of creativity, Phil Jamieson announces the release of new singles ‘Kapow!’ and ‘Rubberband’. Two tracks that highlight Jamieson’s talents as an emotive songwriter and storyteller, also featuring additional guitars and production courtesy of Davey Lane (You Am I), this new music is a perfect addition to what has become an impressive and enduring body of work.

Having spent over two decades entertaining crowds both as a solo artist and as the frontman of the ARIA-winning Australian outfit Grinspoon, the evolution of Phil Jamieson as a musician and songwriter has been one that fans have been able to follow closely.


With the release of ‘Kapow!’ and ‘Rubberband’, fans are able to gain further insight into the type of space Jamieson is creating within now; a space seasoned by life experiences, unique perspectives and intimate honesty.

Ever imagined what a 5 tonne Elephant plugged into 10 delay pedals skating down a hill on a synthesizer would sound like?

If so then cast your ears no further than Oshima. Forming in February 2021 the Footscray based noise rock band have already put crowds into a catatonic, transcendental state in shows across suburban Melbourne with their unique “junkgaze” (an eclectic mix of jazz, p/funk and shoegaze) sound.

Oshima is headlining a show on home turf at Footscray’s Westwood hotel, and are stoked to announce support in the form of chillaxed indie psych rockers “spacetime worms” and atmospheric post punkers “Nadia and The girlfriends.” Get down to Westwood on the 27th of November and bless your ears for what is sure to be an amazing night of sonic experimentation.

Limited covid capacity so nab a ticket to avoid disappointment..

Also to note, our Public Bar with its Mexican styled cantina menu is open for a swill and a meal before the show!

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    Hotel Westwood

    28 Napier Street Footscray