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Cahoots Group

Cahoots Group is a Melbourne based Artist Management, Publicity and Content Creation group representing Hannah Blackburn, Lou Davies and David M. Western.

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David M. Western - Gallery     Folk, Rock, Alternative Country 14/06/2019
David Western’s bashful and winsome sensibility has fooled many. An explorer of personal space, soaring downcast rock and dimly lit folk tunes, he’s an old soul that writes with purpose.
Gallery is an observation of the various ways people portray themselves and how we feel when we’re watching people do things that aren’t exactly genuine. You need to put yourself on the outside, watching the paintings as you pass by, instead of being the image that you have on the wall that shows a negative side of yourself.

Hannah Blackburn - Did You Always Know     Folk, Rock 17/05/2019
Melbourne's Hannah Blackburn specialises in earnest songwriting. Her charm and warmth will put you at ease as you feel a metaphorical pat on the back from your new storytelling companion.
Did You Always Know was written in the wake of a breakup. It harnesses the immediate feelings of nostalgia, and captures the inevitable denial which allows us heartbroken suckers to throw reality out the window and forget all bad. As the song goes on, it structurally steps through the acceptance process, however always returns to question 'Did You Always Know'?

Gerard Starling - 7:30     Folk, Rock 25/04/2019
Gerard Starling, folky force to be reckoned with. Channeling Neil Young, with a nod to the haunting Elliott Smith. Gerard invites you into his complex mind, wistfully observing life's incarnations.
7:30 is the midst of winter, a broken down rental in Camberwell, heartbreak, a $20 heater from Bunnings that made you worried about falling asleep next to it, in a bedroom filled with all your life’s collection of records and figuring out what’s next in the world and my place in it while living with heartbreak and heartache.