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Shrimpwitch - Lust For A Kick     Rock, Punk, Garage 28/03/2017
Shrimpwitch are the fabulous two-piece, Georgi Goonsack and Kim Prawn, their ferociously raw and high-energy rock'n'roll explore the hardness and softness of the Shrimpwitch shell with uproarious banter and rock-outfits.
“Lust For A Kick” encapsulates the rock ferocity that we’ve come to love about the notorious duo, it's “a lustful, boozy, hedonistic tale of pleasure and pain”.

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.

The Floors - Meat     Rock 21/02/2017
Perth's The Floors are multi WAMi award winning musicians, Luke and Ryan Dux along with Ash Doodkorte.
The Floors look outwardly on 'Meat', we're becoming a de-sensitised society.

Other tracks by The Floors:  Pills
Jimmy Chang Hot Tuna - Style'n w/ Ease     Pop, Easy Listening, Psychedelic 20/02/2017
Jimmy Chang Hot Tuna is the woozy psych-pop musical project of Jimmy Chang.
'Style'n w/ Ease' is Jimmy Chang's typical night out; a hazy, laid back slice of psych-pop.

The Pink Tiles - Time For Love     Pop, Rock 11/02/2017
Trading off snarling riffs and 60s pop sweetness, The Pink Tiles switch up between insistent, gutsy rock, boldfaced power-pop, starry-eyed love songs and social commentary.
'Time For Love' is the opening cut to The Pink Tiles' new album, #1 Fan, out March 24. A swaggering bubblegum pop affair.

Other tracks by The Pink Tiles:  For Tomorrow
Brad Pot - Air Strike     Rock, Punk 09/02/2017
Brad Pot are Australia's latest and greatest signing to US punk label, Slovenly Recordings.
Brad Pot are waiting for war on album opener, 'Air Strike'.

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Wet Lips - Can't Take It Anymore     Rock, Pop, Garage 19/01/2017
Wet Lips are the trio of Grace Kindellan, Jenny Mckechnie and Georgia Maggie.
'Can't Take It Anymore' was “written after the last gig we played as the token 'girl band' on an all-male line-up.” Power chords cut through sweet bass hooks and stone-age thump to create the sort of primitive rock'n'roll that urges you to drop out, make out or pass out.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Zara Kravchenko , SYN, Melbourne (VIC)

Spike The River - Rally     Pop, Rock 08/12/2016
Spike The River is the moniker of Fitzroy's Rosco Elliott. An explosive indie-pop project with compelling exuberance.
Bursting with pop indulgence and rock at it’s most ambitious, 'Rally' is a perfect slice of indie-pop.

Sun Sap - Hanging Hearts     Rock, Psychedelic, Soul, Garage 30/11/2016
Formed on the South Coast of NSW, Sun Sap blend surf n soul and garage rock n roll.
“Hanging Hearts” is a blend of West Coast garage-rock ‘n’ roll, psych and soul; it beams with signature honky-tonk quirks, intoxicating swagger and woozy, sun-soaked riffs.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Stephen Goodhew, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)

Lazertits - Boss Bitch     Pop, Rock, Punk 03/11/2016
Lazertits filter feminist theory, social commentary and general intellectual bad-assery into music that Australia, in 2016 doesn’t just want, but needs
Hammering triumphant call-and-response lines about women in power over droning fuzzed-guitar and a confidently chugging rhythm section, “Boss Bitch” is a catchy and serrated tongue-in-cheek anthem for all those pant-suit wearing 'nasty women'; for all those 'hysterical' ladies; for all those 'intimidating' women who speak their minds.

Freya Josephine Hollick - A Man Is The Water     Country, Folk 21/10/2016
The music of Freya Josephine Hollick distils the nostalgic sounds of a damned and grand century into a bold retelling of country music.
“A Man Is The Water” is a hypnotic introduction to the delicate and meandering soundscape cultivated by Hollick, it’s “an ironic love song about the reliability of men I have found myself entangled with” explains Hollick, inspired by early blues songs.

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Other tracks by Freya Josephine Hollick:  My Sleepin' Body  -  Saccharine
Timothy Nelson - We Never Change     Pop, Rock 15/10/2016
Timothy Nelson has established himself as one of Perth’s premier songwriters. From fronting Timothy Nelson & The Infidels and High Horse, earning multiple WAMI’s, to moonlighting in Kill Devils Hills.
“We Never Change” is a song of self-destruction; both reflective and optimistic. Featuring the vocals of Lucy Peach, the verse feels so delicate it could shatter at any moment, however once the chorus kicks in, We Never Change packs a punch.

Hollow Everdaze - Still Ticking     Rock, Psychedelic, Pop 11/10/2016
Drenched in reverbed lushness, Hollow Everdaze have been reimagining psychedelic pop since they began in 2007, in their small town hometown of Bacchus Marsh in Western Victoria.
“Still Ticking” combines distorted guitar hooks and sighing strings with blissful electronics and heady jam-outs, it's sweetly catchy, yet quietly adventurous; housing vivid contrasts of glistening brightness and rainy-day gloom.

Going Swimming - Debt Collector     Rock, Pop 30/09/2016
Going Swimming are a four-piece surf-rock outfit out of Melbourne
"Debt Collector' follows on from 2015's debut LP 'Deadtime Stories', transporting guitar jangles, assertively revved up percussion, boogie-friendly bass breakdowns, topped with disarmingly charming coos, it's hard not to find "Debt Collector" jammed in the brain, well after the song has ended.

Mesa Cosa - Stone Bone     Rock, Punk, Rock, Psychedelic 21/09/2016
Melbourne-based Mesa Cosa have fast become known as the busiest "Freakout Fuzz Ya Ya Gang”. They combine influences from garage-punk, and mexican folk, to comic book metal.
"Stone Bone" is the first track off Mesa Cosa's forthcoming album, recorded by Nao Anzai and mixed by Stu Mackenzie (King Gizzard), "Stone Bone" oozes with flying saucer fuzz guitar, a pummelling rhythm section and snarling vocals


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The Gooch Palms - Don't Look Me Up     Rock, Pop, Punk 11/08/2016
The Gooch Palms are a sh*t-pop duo from Newcastle and now based semi-permanently in LA.
"Don't Look Me Up" comes off The Gooch Palms' sophomore album "Introverted Extroverts". "Don't Look Me Up" deals with how The Gooch Palms are either fun loving party animals or completely isolated freaks who hate the outside world.

ScotDrakula - Disintegrator     Rock, Garage 20/07/2016
Melbourne garage legends, ScotDrakula have been lauded internationally by the likes of Pitchfork, Stereogum, KEXP amongst others, they return with new single "Disintegrator"
Disintegrator is about the paranoia of losing oneself in time; losing track of who you thought you were, and not being able to keep track of it.

Cash Savage and The Last Drinks - Falling, Landing     Blues/Roots, Alternative Country 06/07/2016
Hypnotising audiences worldwide with their signature brand of country, blues and authenticity, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks are an award-winning six-piece with a live performance hailed among Australia’s best.
“Falling, Landing” is a song of appreciation, with a lingering vision of potentially having been reduced to nothing.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Andrew Khedoori, 2ser 107.3, Sydney (NSW)

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Other tracks by Cash Savage and The Last Drinks:  My Friend
ScotDrakula - Skeleton Fever     Rock, Pop, Punk 27/06/2016
More restrained and complex than their previous songs but with just as much heft, ’Skeleton Fever’ is the first hint of an older and more confident ScotDrakula, just as comfortable baring their sadness as ratcheting up the volume. 'Skeleton Fever' is a pensive, reflective, and devastating.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Stephen Goodhew, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)

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Hideous Sun Demon - Oscillate     Rock, Punk, Garage, Psychedelic 22/06/2016
The four-piece of Fremantle’s Hideous Sun Demon have already built their reputation as a formidable live band.
"Oscillate" is a tense, potent dose of rocking jangle, bathing in dark undertones

WAMAWARD NOMINEE 2016: Best Rock Act, Best Single - Oscillate, Most Popular Live Act, Most Popular Music Video - Cul De Sac Vision

Aeron Clark, Edge Radio, Hobart (TAS)
Stephen Goodhew, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)

Other tracks by Hideous Sun Demon:  Bad Girl