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Hudson Arc

Hudson Arc’s music is hard to categorise. With descriptions ranging from “melancholic pop” to “pirate punk folk”, the band use diverse and broad brushstrokes in their musical arrangements. Gareth Hudson, who fronts the band, is a producer/composer who has worked with artists including Hilltop Hoods, Last Kinection, Amy Vee and The Buddy Knox Blues Band. He has teamed up with the classical string trio Ensemble Arc (Tadijana Ilicic – violin, Rachel Pogson – cello, Jamie Pollock – viola) to create a live show, where one moment they journey through beguiling lilting sounds that create a peaceful, reflective atmosphere, and the next, a blood-pumping crescendo that makes you remember you are alive! Hudson Arc bring their songs to life onstage through the use of complex live looping and intricate string layers.  Freshly back from tours of Germany, France, Czech Republic, Slovakia and the UK, they’ll be performing songs from their debut album “In An Ocean Of Sacrifice” and showcasing new songs for a second album due for release in March 2014.

"These guys come loaded with quality old-school styling as they use classical training to make their 'deliberate pop' creations. And it works".
Arne Sjostedt, The Canberra Times

'A distinctive sound. Very, very interesting'.
Cameron Wilson, ABC Radio National's Bush Telegraph

'An album of exquisite songs'.
Amy Bastow, JOY FM 94.9 (Kiss My Arts)

'A really unique album'.

Imogen Clark

Eighteen-year-old Imogen Clark is a folk/pop singer/songwriter from Sydney whose experience includes having been a grand finalist in the Telstra Road to Discovery, as well as a graduate of both the Australian Academy of Country Music and the NSW Talent Development Project. Having released two EPs of original music, Sky Stands Still (2010) and Under the Fairy Lights (2011), Imogen’s third EP Stories from a Porcelain City was released on the 24th May 2013 and is her first professionally recorded studio release, having now teamed up with Sydney producer Murray Sheridan and a band of experienced session musicians. Imogen has played live and been interviewed on Felicity Urquhart's ABC Saturday Night Country, Tamworth's 2TM, and Katoomba’s 89.1 BLU FM. As a result of her graduation from the Talent Development Project in 2012, Imogen has won the Jands Singer/Songwriter Award and has also had the opportunity to record original music at Sony Studios. Her long-spanning gigging experience has included being a support act for Matt Corby, Jack Carty and The McClymonts, as well as playing pre-show entertainment for the Mumford & Sons, Paul Simon, Simple Minds, Carole King and Pink concerts at Sydney Entertainment Centre. In November 2012, Imogen performed on the main stage of the Entertainment Centre as a featured solo artist in the NSW Schools Spectacular, which was broadcast nationally on ABC TV. In March 2013, Imogen played to a packed house at Katoomba’s Clarendon Guesthouse for the Blue Mountains Folk Festival, receiving fantastic audience and industry feedback. In May, Imogen continued her winning streak on the festival circuit when she played to a full house at the Northern Beaches Music Festival, receiving an extremely positive audience response. In August 2013, Imogen was short-listed in the top 35 of the Vanda and Young Songwriting Competition from a total of 3300 applicantions for her song ‘Ceasless Goodbye.’

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