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Nov 11, 2013  ·  2 min read

By Benjamen Judd


Not much. But if you happened to say goslings, or even Gossling, you can give yourself a gold star and a pat on the back. And she’s performing at the Oxford Arts Factory in Darlinghurst this month on November 23.

Gossling is singer/songwriter Helen Croome who has been quietly slaying the indie pop scene since the MySpace days. Born and raised in rural Victoria, Helen’s introduction to music came from the beneficence of an older brother who would keep her to date on music trends when she was younger. Then, after attempting to lock down a degree in Psychology/Sociology before realising that she was skipping more classes than she was actually taking, Helen returned to her first love but not before switching degrees to musicology where she met her current band members.

Style-wise, Gossling has a tender, sweet style that is both distinctive and alluring. A characteristic of Gossling’s songwriting style includes the mixing of heart-felt lyrics, which are simple yet absorbing with graceful, memorable melodies. Her songs are penned with a ’20-something’ perspective on life, however relate across generations.

To get your tickets to see Gossling live at the Oxford Art Factory, head here.

To learn more about Gossling, and to hear her melodic sound noise things, head to their website here.

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