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Leanne Tennant - Lay Me Down     Folk, Acoustic, Alternative Country 28/02/2017
Leanne Tennant is currently nominated for 3 Qld Music Awards, nominated for Australian Artist of the year (Au Review), Grant McLennan Fellowship & included in the Triple Z Hot 100.
The 3rd single from Red Wine, Late Nights currently nominated for a Qld Music Award. A tune written about having to say goodbye to my beloved pet.


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River Blue - Mark Of A Man     Rock, Alternative Country, Folk 25/02/2017
River Blue is the moniker of Melbourne musician, Lachlan Duthie. River Blue weaves alt-country and 60s rock into a nostalgic, yet new sound.
River Blue's skewed alt-country and 60s rock shines on "Mark Of A Man"; a track of confidence and character.

Sarah Carroll and The West Wing - Star Parade     Blues/Roots, Country, Alternative Country 25/02/2017
Sarah Carroll has performed at most of Australia’s high-profile festivals over a 25 year career. She will be launching her latest album Star Parade at Port Fairy in March.
Upbeat title track from Sarah Carroll's new album Star Parade. For anyone who loves a driving tune - this is for you.

Other tracks by Sarah Carroll and The West Wing:  Lived Your Life Twice  -  After The Ride
The Mae Trio - Well Enough Alone     Folk, Blues, Country 25/02/2017
Multi-award-winning, Melbourne-based contemporary folk trio. Performing insightful original songs with superb 3 part vocal harmonies.
“I wrote this song after a few comments from men in the music scene that left me feeling small and valueless. The song is about deciding not to take those judgements on board, not to lie down and take crap from anyone, no matter who they are. “

The Settlement - Clean Trouble     Folk, Blues, Country 25/02/2017
Listing Cat Stevens and Bob Dylan as influences, The Settlement have roots in folk but pride themselves on staying honest to their own sound and never conforming to any scene.
The song and accompanying video is a tragic love story as Adrian Calvano explains “The song is about a guy reading a letter his partner had left him explaining that she has done him wrong (cheating, lying, stealing) and left.”

Darcy Fox - Hurricane     Folk, Pop, Country 24/02/2017
Darcy Fox’s music is a blend of folky-pop with hints of country. A songwriter at heart, Darcy uses loop pedals to create a big and vibrant sound.
‘Hurricane’ is a song about owning up to your mistakes and vowing to do better. Darcy created unique and interesting sounds in the recording of the track using coins and a petrol pump. Much of the song is made up of loops, as that is how it is created live.

Marty Rhone - Graceland on the Line     Country, Easy Listening 24/02/2017
Best known for his hit song 'Denim and Lace', '70s pop icon and Australian theatre legend Marty Rhone is back with a great new country track, 'Graceland on the Line'.
Featuring Marty Rhone's well-remembered rich, warm voice 'Graceland on the Line' is a heartfelt tale of unrequited love, arranged in a retro country style not too dissimilar to some of Elvis Presley's own ballads.

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Bennett Bowtell & Urquhart - Love Of Mine     Country, Roots, Alternative Country 22/02/2017
Bennett, Bowtell & Urquhart’s acoustic instruments, three part vocal harmonies, a deep respect for each other and an almost spiritual quality that will lift your spirits and enrich your soul.
'Love of Mine' is a song penned by the trio about their friendship, the challenges of their lives as singer/songwriters and of their deeply held love of music, a love clearly reciprocated by country music fans and industry alike as their recent multiple Golden Guitar Award winning success will attest.

Tony Cook - Laidback Country     Country 20/02/2017
Tony Cook or "Laidback Tones" as he is affectionately known in North Queensland, is a country music artist with a passion for the outback.
The first single and title track from Tony's debut album Laidback Country is written about his beloved hometown of Charters Towers, Queensland and its “laidback culture”. Legendary Australian guitarist Phil Emmanuel contributed the lead guitar solo for the track.

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Les Thomas - Feedom Fighters     Folk, Indigenous, Australian Indigenous, Country 18/02/2017
Les Thomas is a Melbourne singer-songwriter and activist in the tradition of people like Joe Hill and Woody Guthrie.
'Freedom Fighters' tells the epic and under-acknowledged story of Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyhenner, two Tasmanian Aboriginal men, who became the first men hanged in Melbourne in the year 1842. Les Thomas commemorates and honours their eight-week long resistance campaign and sacrifice.

Paul Costa - Off The Grid     Country, Rock 18/02/2017
A four time CMAA Golden Guitar nominee and top five ARIA album charting artist. Paul Costa is arguably one of the finest male artists in Australian country music.
Unapologetically rocking and relevant! The track is intended for people to listen to when they want to escape the daily grind. Best turned up loud when looking in the rearview mirror.

The Woodpickers - Bakelite Babies     Country, Alternative Country, Roots, Easy Listening 18/02/2017
The Woodpickers is a recording project of John Murphy. Over the past 20 years three CD's have been released. Turning Blue is the forth, featuring performers from the Blue Mountains.
A look at the baby boomers through abakelite radio, both yesterday and today. Vocals by Mark O'Connor.

Other tracks by The Woodpickers:  The Wish  -  Turning Blue
Hurricane Fall - How We Get Down     Country, Rock, Pop 17/02/2017
Hurricane Fall are a young and energetic rock edge country band with musical and vocal talent second to none.
Driving home their rock edge country sound, Hurricane Fall release their new single ‘How We Get Down’ - recorded at Spinlight Studio’s, and produced by the band. "We wanted to write a song that was about life on the road with your mates, playing music and having fun”.

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The Meltdown - Don't Hesitate     Funk/Soul, Rock, Blues, Country 17/02/2017
Melbourne based Soul/Jazz/Blues. Brought to you buy the purveyors of the finest radioactive gospel. The Meltdown. Featuring the iridescent Simon Burke. Debut LP out April 7th, 2017.
Joyous, upbeat and fiery, ‘Don’t Hesitate’ lifts us up and onto the dance floor urging us to push aside our fears and troubles and live in the moment. Blazing horns, sugar sweet backing vocals and Simon Burke’s honey voice take us back to the days of Stax and Motown.

Alister Marshall - That Summer     Country, Alternative Country 15/02/2017
Alister Marshall is an Australian country music artist. Marshall's songs represent what is great about country music - the art of storytelling.
An easy listening country love song about a summer love story, the song is accompanied with 60s vibe guitars and backing vocals. Packed with heartfelt and honest lyrics, it is Marshall's most personal release to date.

Kiera - Forever Roam     Country, Pop 15/02/2017
Kiera is an Australian singer/songwriter who is living her dream as a musician, travelling the world and playing music.
'Forever Roam' is a song written about Kiera's life as a travelling musician. Being from country Victoria, Kiera has had to travel many kilometres for her music. Even though she now resides in Adelaide she finds herself now traveling thousands of kilometres to the US for shows.

Tinpan Orange - Hear From Me     Folk, Pop, Alternative Country, Roots 14/02/2017
Tinpan Orange are one of Australia’s most loved brother-sister outfits. With ethereal and mesmerising Emily Lubitz at the helm, joined by her brother, guitarist Jesse and violin virtuoso Alex Burkoy.
'Hear From Me' is an upbeat call to a distant lover - a plea for just a little bit more time.


Other tracks by Tinpan Orange:  Cities of Gold  -  Rich Man
Jeremiah Johnson - Cracks In The Concrete     Folk, Acoustic, Alternative Country, Easy Listening 10/02/2017
Australian regional Touring artist, support act for Harry Manx, Gomez, Donavan Frankenreiter, Angus and Julia Stone, Niel Murray, Hat Fitz & Cara, Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), The Basic's.
A Woman leaves the city and finds herself by a campfire under a mountain. The lyric "humming of the axis" refers to the Earth & is the title of the album. Whilst the album is folk and traditional blues influenced this song resolved with a Steve Kilbey feel about it.


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Other tracks by Jeremiah Johnson:  Stagger Lee (Traditional)  -  Baby Don't Lie
Jodie Crosby - Hello     Country 10/02/2017
Golden Guitar Winning Tamworth Based Singer/Songwriter, Jodie Crosby has returned with her beautiful new single - 'Hello'.
It can be tough on a child when they see their mother going through the heartache of a relationship breakup, but in the case of Ethan Crosby-Wolfe, his deep understanding of the pain his mother Jodie was going through, this song gave him an outlet for his deep emotions.

Brufield - Cream On My Apple Pie     Country, Pop, Rock 09/02/2017
Pop rockers Brufield are fast becoming one of Australia's must see acts. Following tours of Australia and the UK&I this is a band to watch out for in 2017.
'Cream On My Apple Pie' is the hilariously infectious new single from Perth pop rockers, Brufield. Mixing their usual pop sensibilities with a hint of country twang, 'Cream On My Apple Pie' tells the story of those all too familiar arguments that all couples have!