Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

The Beths, The Lazy Susans, The Flowers, WAAX


band members

Ruby Gazzola Nicola Willsmore Ariya Gabell Gemma Willsmore


Influences

The Beths, WAAX, PUP, Stella Donnelly, The Flowers


Bio

Since their inception in early 2018, Oscar the Wild have played their way into the hearts of punters around Adelaide. Quickly making a name for themselves, the four girls have had three massive years together and show no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Their eclectic blend of indie rock and grunge with a sprinkle of jazz has struck a chord with people in their home town, as has their larger than life stage presence.

Throughout 2020, they have been forced to take a break from their relentless gigging schedule around Adelaide, which has given them the time to really focus on their songwriting and the sound they want to put out into the world.

They haven't completely let the pandemic get the better of them, with the band now sporting a slightly revised line-up, look, and a new single, out in December 2020.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

04 Dec 2020

Triple J
40

i really enjoyed the honesty and energy in this one. it doesn't have a straight forward style or formula which makes it all the more exciting.

i really enjoyed the honesty and energy in this one. it doesn't have a straight forward style or formula which makes it all the more exciting.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

28 Jan 2020

Triple J
40

Finding myself hopelessly loving this. Got some really charismatic pop/grunge/punk moments to love here. It's reminding me of Dream Wife who I'm a big fan of.

Finding myself hopelessly loving this. Got some really charismatic pop/grunge/punk moments to love here. It's reminding me of Dream Wife who I'm a big fan of.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

24 Jan 2020

Triple J
35

Love the way you strip it all back for the second verse before building back up to the big ending. A cracking dose grungy pop from this adelaide crew.

Love the way you strip it all back for the second verse before building back up to the big ending. A cracking dose grungy pop from this adelaide crew.