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Firstly, apologies to those of you looking for Dried Arrangements! Guess Phil got in first with the domain name.

Dried Arrangement is the studio band project of Phil Cole who hails from Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia.

In October 2015, Phil recorded a new seven track EP "Guys Chasing Girls" at McMusic Sound Studio's in Nashville with creative support from John Foster (vocalist / multi-instrumentalist with Nashville covers bands FAB, The Consoulers, The One Hitters and World Turning),  Bob McGilpin (vocalist / instrumentalist / engineer / producer) and Brian Foraker (mastering engineer) at Autumnwood Mastering who has worked with .38 Special, Heart, Moby, Starship and Yes.

Dried Arrangement's last release "Guys Chasing Girls" is a follow up to 2013's "The Hen House Project" and 2012's "Sunset EP" which were also recorded at McMusic Sound Studio's.


Phil is certainly quirky, looking for a unique and cool twist to both lyrics and melodies. The goal is vibey, out of the box, eclectic, retro feel, progressive indie rock and pop.

"Tick Tock" was Phil's debut CD recorded in Bathurst in 2008 by Tim Roebuck. This project was well received, creating opportunities for trips to Nashville to play "Writer Nights", while working with professional mentors, Richard Helm and Jon Ims (She's In Love With The Boy) and the amazing team at Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI).

Phil's musical influences and inspirations include Aerosmith, Albert Lee, Avion, Bad English, Death Cab For Cutie, Def Leppard, Eric Johnson, Evanescence, Heart, Joe Bonamassa, John Mayer, Keith Urban, Living Colour, Owl City, Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow, Sneak, Thomas Dolby, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Trevor Rabin, Yes and ZZ Top.

Phil has been told he sounds like; A-Ha (ha ha), Alan Parsons Project, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, John Lennon, Michael Franks, Neil Young, Radiohead, Travelling Wilburys, Whitlams, v.Spy v. Spy and XTC.




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