Friday, Aug 23, 2013


This is the first show we have organised ourselves since Japan Disaster Charity concert ‘Hope for Japan’. It will be a chilled out evening, perfect for relaxing your mind after work…

There will be three fantastic artists playing a 30 minute set each. In between there will be a half hour break so everyone can catch up with their friends and grab a drink or two! Food is also available to order until around 9pm so you can come in straight after work. Enjoy food and drink, chat with your friends and mingle and yes of corse enjoy the music!

The artists playing are Paul Hanly, Dobly and The New Markets and of course O-ARC!!

Paul Hanly 8pm-8:30pm
Dobly and The Newmarkets 9pm-9:30pm
O-ARC 10pm-10:30pm

Hope see you then!
O-ARC (masa/neil)

O-ARC Presents Poster

Friday 13th September 8pm
Venue: La Brioche Cafe
238 West End Lane, West Hampstead, London NW6 1LG [map]
Tel 020 7435 2233
Tube: West Hampstead station
(Jubilee line tube/overground/first capital train)
Free entry

Paul Hanly
After some time away from the music scene, Surrey based singer songwriter guitarist Paul Hanly has recently returned to tread the road and reignite his music once again.
Paul’s musical influences are an amalgamation from the world of folk, country rock with some slight jazz leanings thrown in. Paul’s compositions are an evocative mixed assortment, thrust forward by a backdrop of guitar supportiveness and embellishment where melody, bass and percussion emanate from a single nylon strung guitar.


Dobly and The Newmarkets
They are a shoegazing acoustic duo between Rie and Hide. Their music is an alternative dreamy and soothing melody, heavily influenced by shoegazing, folk, and pop music.


They are the creative collaboration between Masa Iida, singer/songwriter from Yokohama, Japan, and London-born guitarist & co-writer Neil Mason.
While their influences are eclectic – Lou Reed, Radiohead, Nick Drake, Jeff Buckley, David Sylvian, to name a few – the uniqueness of O-ARC’s music comes from their minimalist approach.
The name O-ARC is inspired by the concept of enso (which means circle in Japanese). Closely linked to Zen philosophy, enso represents enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, the void, and the moment. It is believed that only someone who is spiritually complete can draw a perfect circle.


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