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Harry James Angus

Harry has been playing trumpet since the age of twelve and learnt to scat from listening to the Jazz greats. Harry went to primary school at Malvern Primary School, where he would often perform as a vocalist at school assemblies. Harry went to high school at McKinnon Secondary College and was taught by Ian Orr in Melbourne before studying at the Victorian College of the Arts. In 2006 he appeared twice as a panelist on the ABC Australian Music Quiz show Spicks and Specks. Harry is also part of The Conglomerate, a four-piece Melbourne jazz band.

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Laurence Owen

Laurence Owen is a singer-storyteller from London.
He has released two EPs (Yarnripper and Offcuts) and a concept album (South Of The River) as of April 2012. He is also a member of The Indelicates and releases through their online record label, Corporate Records.

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Robin Grey

In a small white room with a blue door tucked away in a leafy corner of Hackney, Robin makes music. Inspired by the timeless work of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Ani Difranco amongst many others, he colours in his songs about love and life with guitar, banjo, ukulele, mandolin, piano, double bass, organ, percussion toys, and any other instuments he can afford and fit into his little studio. His music has been described as

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