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Flume - Never Be Like You feat. Kai     Electronic 19/01/2016
Harley Streten, better known by his stage name Flume. His debut self-titled album was released on 9 November 2012, which peaked at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart
The first single from forthcoming album, Skin.

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Basenji - Petals feat. Scenic     Electronic 14/07/2015
Sebastian Muecke, better known as Basenji.
The first single from his forthcoming debut EP set to drop this August.

Having kept us waiting since his last single 'Heirloom', the follow-up features delicately crooned vocals from Adam Tucker of Perth-based band Scenic and demonstrates a move away from Basenji’s customary percussion heavy, kawaii style gems.

Chet Faker - Bend     Electronic 14/07/2015
Chet Faker (born Nicholas James Murphy) is an Australian electronica musician.
Chet explains the track's history:
'Bend' was on Built on Glass until the last minute. I recorded it in 2013 and kinda wanted to put it out since.

Flume - Some Minds feat. Andrew Wyatt     Electronic 14/07/2015
Solo artist Flume, AKA Harley Streten.
Flume has shared a new original work, 'Some Minds' via triple j. The track, which features Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt.

Wyatt provides his signiture octive-hoping vocals atop of skitting drum loops and driving synths. It's a slow burner that opens three-quarters of the way through into Flume's iconic sound.

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Charles Murdoch - Straws     Electronic 06/07/2015
Straws is the lead single of Charles Murdoch's forthcoming debut LP
The track leads with an emotive intro with whispered vocals building into a dark and textured melody.

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Chet Faker - Talk Is Cheap     Electronic 28/01/2015
Chet Faker (born Nicholas James Murphy) is an Australian electronica musician.
First single from the debut album 'Built On Glass', out April 11 on Future Classic / Downtown Records.

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Other tracks by Chet Faker:  Gold  -  1998
Scenic - Ride The Thrill     Electronic 29/01/2014
Joining the FC roster in 2011, to date the Perth four-piece have already delivered two stunning releases on the Sydney label debuting with "Another sky" and “Shockwaves EP”.
“Ride The Thrill” carries a bassline not out of place at a filthy Manchester warehouse rave, with those snappy indie-vocal-vibes that have trademarked all releases to date keeping this equally suited to your neighbourhood pool-party.

Scenic - Shockwaves     Pop 03/10/2013
Scenic are a four-piece band from Perth, Australia.
Shockwaves if the leading track from Scenic's EP.

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Other tracks by Scenic:  Hours On End
Charles Murdoch - Why     Electronic 21/09/2013
Charles Murdoch is an electronic music producer from Brisbane.
Charles Murdoch is a stunner with the way he twists up vocal samples and chops them up with copious amounts of melodies — It’s a beautiful mess that all comes together in the end.

Other tracks by Charles Murdoch:  Light Words VAO feat. Steffaloo  -  Dekire feat. Oscar Key-Sung
Hayden James - Permission to Love     Electronic 19/06/2013
Hayden James drops debut single for Future Classic
Balearic, summer pop-jam, equally suited to the beach and the dance floor.

Flight Facilities - I Didn't Believe feat. Elizabeth Rose     Electronic, Dance 30/05/2013
The elusive duo behind 'Crave You', 'Foreign Language', 'With You' and 'Clair de lune', Hugo Gruzman and Jimmy Lyell are the production brains trust behind Flight Facilities.
No need to beat about the bush on that one. As taboo as the term has become, the genre has had more come-backs than a Hollywood bad guy. From the bass to the strings, it's nothing more than an unadulterated, feel-good guilty pleasure.

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Other tracks by Flight Facilities:  I Didn't Believe feat. Elizabeth Rose (Tiger & Woods Remix)
Flume - Holdin On     Electronic 20/02/2013
Flume (Harley Streten) is a 21 year old producer based in Sydney. He released his debut self-titled album on November 9, 2012.
The first single from his chart-topping debut, 'Holdin On', showcases Flume's affinity for party-starting beats and smooth, shimmering vocal production. On 'Holdin On', Flume has taken a sample from 1977's hit 'Can't Turn You Loose' and transformed it into the soulful dance-floor read smash we see on the charts today.

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Other tracks by Flume:  Sleepless feat. Jezzabell Doran  -  Left Alone feat. Chet Faker
Scenic - Another Sky     Electronic, Pop, Rock, Dance 17/05/2012
The aptly named Scenic produce some of Perth's most enchanting dance music. Their sound is an abstract journey of drifting, floating, dreaming and falling in love.
"Wow. From a band I have never heard of comes an absolutely marvelous tune (...) Delphic would kill for this tune..." - Music Week (UK)

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New Navy - Zimbabwe     Pop, Electronic, Dance, Rock 17/05/2012
New Navy have gathered impressive early support, with glowing comparisons to Foals, The Whitest Boy Alive and Cold War Kids when talking about this promising young 4-piece.
Wow! You weren't kidding about the clean guitars. The tiny guitar licks in this song are really clever. And percussion has become the new lead guitar... 5/5 - Richard Kingsmill, triple j

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Mitzi - All I Heard     Pop, Dance, Rock 10/05/2012
Mitzi comply with a classic pop sensibility. Entwined by a backdrop of disco beats, syncopated guitar and bass grooves lies the Mitzi sound- dreamy vocals and a vintage analog warmth.
Mitzi’s blend of lazy disco grooves and anthemic pop hooks is reminiscent of DFA’s own Holy Ghost, admittedly with a sunnier disposition and typically Australian breezyness. All 3 tracks are excellent. These guys will be worth looking out for in 2011, without doubt.”– Juno

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Gung Ho - Twin Rays     Rock, Pop, Chill 03/05/2012
Mike McAlary and Oliver Duncan are the creative minds behind Gung Ho. They’ve only just released their first single and garnered a plethora of blog love from around the world.
- This is a surf pop song with the perfect attitude. – THE RECOMMENDER (UK)
- Like an updated take on The Beach Boys or a more talented Surfer Blood – POTHOLES IN MY BLOG (USA)
- Hell it’s hard not to embrace it – THE VINE

Flight Facilities - Foreign Language     Electronic, Dance, Pop 03/05/2012
A production duo combining the blissed out pop production of Quincy Jones, the dancefloor hedonism of Daft Punk and the intoxicating head rush of the best night of your life.
There's an undeniable slink to "Foreign Language," helped no doubt by the silky harmonies that vocalist Jess possesses, which ride the subtle Philly disco style instrumental embellishments with natural aplomb. It's doesn't sound that far away from a classic Crazy P jam, which is obviously a good thing. - junodownload

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Cadillac - Dreams     Electronic, Rock, Pop, Dance 03/05/2012
Cadillac is an Australian luxury vehicle marque signed to Future Classic, who make sun drenched, Australian dream pop straight from the heart.
Cadillac's guitar and synth beast “Dreams” featuring guest vocals of Wolf & Cub's Joel Byrne:
"Dreams(1)" will lure you in with catchy synth melodies and emotive vocals courtesy of Joel Byrne (Wolf & Cub)" - Turntablelab.com

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Flume - Sleepless     Electronic, Dance, Hip Hop, Trance 03/05/2012
A Sydney beat maker who's only 19 years of age. His first taste for producing began at 13 where his addiction for plug-ins, sample packs & vintage analogue hardware started.
"Sleepless" moves at a steady chillwave-ish pace with no shortage of lush chords or skillfully pitched vocal glitches (chops of Anthony For Cleopatra we presume) to float alongside the irresistible bassline and head-nod-worthy drum programming. - XLR8R

Jamie Lloyd - The Wolf’s Sun     Electronic, Chill 05/03/2010
Sydney superstar, check his new album “Beware of The Light”
Super relaxed electronica.