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Topology - I Am Petrified     Classical, Pop 21/03/2017
Australian indie classical quintet. 2014 ARIA Award Nominee for Best Classical Album. Launching 20th anniversary celebrations with new ‘mixtape’ album 'Tortured Remixes' - Pop filtered through twisted musical minds.
'I Am Petrified' is the lead track from Topology's new album ‘Tortured Remixes’ where popular melodies are filtered through the creative minds of Topology’s composers - John Babbage, Robert Davidson and Bernard Hoey. The result: familiar tunes stretched, scrambled and “tortured” (almost) beyond recognition, then reassembled into adventurous new works!

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Alphamama - Stranger In Asia     Hip Hop, Rap, Soul 03/02/2017
Alphamama is not your run of the mill singer. She is a forward-thinking, entrepreneurial artist. Commanding her space, she engages her audience through raw and evocative performances.
‘Stranger In Asia’ tells the story of a cosmic creatress who finds herself wondering how things got so bad and embarks on the journey to remember who she is and how to get her power back.

ON TOUR
FEB
NSW/VIC

Emily Wurramara - Hey Love     Folk, Indigenous, Acoustic 20/01/2017
Emily Wurramara is a proud Wannadilyakwa artist from Groote Eyland, NT. Her debut EP ‘Black Smoke’ was released in 2016 and added to rotation on Triple J & ABC Local.
“'Hey Love' is a song based on a true story about my mother and an incident that happened to her when she was in her first year of boarding school. Hey love focuses on so many different perspectives, Racism, bullying, empowerment…” – Emily Wurramara

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Cameron Dunsford, PBS 106.7FM, Melbourne (VIC)

The Tiger & Me - Sleep The Night Alone     Pop 24/11/2016
In anticipation of their forthcoming third album, Melbourne quartet The Tiger & Me have announced the release of their new single ‘Sleep The Night Alone’ and its accompanying clip.
Produced by ARIA-nominated Steven Schram, ‘Sleep The Night Alone’ is a dance pop track about the corner of the life you abandoned, and how you got there in the first place.

Innes - Green Morning     Folk, Electronic, Instrumental 16/11/2016
Hailing from Aberdeen, Scotland but now a Queensland native, folk electronica artist Innes is all set to independently release his newest instrumental single ‘Green Morning’ from his forthcoming album 'Bits'
Inspired by Nick Drake, and named by Innes’ 10 year old son, Green Morning is the instrumental opening single to Innes' upcoming album ‘Bits’ featuring fiddle by Gareth Mewes and ‘bit crushing’, a type of digital distortion to a signal which makes the music sound like its breaking into bits.

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Other tracks by Innes:  The Donald Train - Part 1
Emily Wurramara - Ementha-Papaguneray (Turtle Song)     Indigenous, Folk 03/11/2016
Emily Wurramara's debut EP 'Black Smoke' was released in June 2016. Lead single 'Black Smoke' charted #1 on Amrap metro & regionally and was added to rotation on Triple J.
The 3rd single from Emily’s debut EP Black Smoke.

Australia - Breathe In     Rock, Pop, Britpop, Atmospheric 16/08/2016
Toeing the lines between pub rock and new wave, the music of Australia is fearlessly imaginative, undeniably danceable and yes, quintessentially Australian.
‘Breathe In’ is the 4th single taken from the band’s debut album ‘Portraits of People, Places and Movies’ which they released independently in early 2016 and features singles ‘Who R U?’, ‘Wake in Fright’ and ‘Love is Better.

Other tracks by Australia:  Who R U?  -  Love Is Better
Phoebe Sinclair - Mine (Lantana Crunch Remix)     Pop, Electronic, Ambience 10/08/2016
Originally hailing from northern England, the now Brisbane based Phoebe Sinclair is marking her entry into the Australian music scene with the August 12th release of her debut EP ‘Sentiment’.
Written by Phoebe Sinclair and Keelan McCoy + remixed by Lantana Crunch. A compelling ambient electro pop track.

Other tracks by Phoebe Sinclair:  This Isn't Love  -  Mine
Alphamama - Ass In The Front     Hip Hop, Rap 26/07/2016
Gangsta healer, channeller of other­worldly wisdom, ALPHAMAMA is the full spectrum of a feminine deity. Rapid fire raps and soulful lamenting, her presence on stage is unmatched.
“It’s my realisations that the entertainment industry is a distraction to the masses to hide what atrocious things are done to human beings for the profit and greed of a few. It looks at the apathy of human beings and how unaffected we are by war and suffering." - Alphamama

Emily Wurramara - Black Smoke     Folk, Indigenous 17/06/2016
Emily’s debut single ‘Ngerraberrakernama' was a huge success! - Rotation on ABC Local Radio, #1 on the Amrap Regional Charts + clocking airplay in every state and territory.
Emily’s debut EP is ‘Black Smoke’, 6 songs proving her passion for culture and heritage heard through every beat and skip of her deeply engaging lyrics that she sings in both English and Anindilyakwa, the traditional language of her home on Groote Eylandt, NT.

Berardi Foran Karlen - For How Long     Jazz 14/04/2016
Queensland Music Award Winners - nationally and internationally acclaimed Australian musicians Kristin Berardi, Sean Foran and Rafael Karlen combined and created their debut album 'Hope in My Pocket' (Released Oct-2015)
For How Long - Off the Debut BFK Album 'Hope In My Pocket'

Developed to explore the powerful experiences and emotions contained in the correspondence of men & women involved in our military past. The songs explore themes of hope, fear, separation, loss, love, and conditions of war.

Other tracks by Berardi Foran Karlen:  A Mothers Plea  -  Hope In My Pocket
Emily Wurramara - Ngerraberrakernama (Wake Up)     Folk, Indigenous, Roots 23/03/2016
March 18th marks Emily’s long awaited official recording debut! It takes the form of debut single ‘Ngerraberrakernama (Wake Up)’ (phonetically - nehrah-berah-ker-nahma), the first taste of her forthcoming debut EP.
Singing in English and Anindilyakwa (phonetically - annen-dilly-yark-wah), the traditional language of her home Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory, playing guitar, keyboard and ukulele Emily is both a prolific song-writer and multi-instrumentalist. ‘Ngerraberrakernama (Wake Up)’ means ‘shining star’, and was written especially for Clancestry to sing with Bernard Fanning.

MUSIC COORDINATOR PICK: Emily Nicol, Koori Radio, Sydney (NSW)

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Sian Evans - Cold Feet     Folk, Country, Roots 17/02/2016
‘Cold Feet’, A breathy, rollicking, pop country ditty about the nature of, in Sian’s words “cut and run self sabotage behaviour”
‘Cold Feet’, A breathy, rollicking, pop country ditty about the nature of, in Sian’s words “cut and run self sabotage behaviour”

Cash Savage And The Last Drinks - Rat-a-tat-tat     Country, Alternative Country 10/11/2015
Hypnotising audiences internationally with their signature brand of country, blues and authenticity, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks are a six-piece musical juggernaut with live performances hailed among Australia’s best.
“Rat-a-tat-tat is a song about insomnia, more than anything else. Ever since I was a kid my heartbeat has kept me awake.” - Cash Savage

The single was recorded in Prague at Golden Digital No'1 with engineer Amak Golden and post-production team Nao Anzai and Nick Finch.

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Perch Creek - Mama Sings     Blues/Roots, Folk, Acoustic 27/06/2015
Perch Creek are 5 Melbourne-based multi-instrumentalists and vocalists (four of whom are siblings) that play harmony driven roots music sparkling with imagination and individuality.
Mama Sings features lush electric guitar, modern production and a heavy back beat, juxtaposed against a gritty, rural lyric exploring the universal theme of struggle. In this context the unusual addition of the musical saw floats through this track like the ghost of someone you didn't know you missed.



Mzaza - Ghosts     Ethnic Multicultural, Folk, Ethnic 12/03/2015
With first single ‘Enfants du Chemin (Children of the Road) nominated for Best Song [World] in the upcoming Queensland Music Awards, anticipation is growing for Mzaza’s second LP Ghosts.
A song about the haunting memories of an unlived life, ‘Ghosts’ is the title track from Mzaza's second LP.

Mzaza - ‘Enfants du Chemin (Children of the Road)’     World, World 04/02/2015
Mzaza’s writers and musicians skilfully create their own set of traditions from a tapestry of richly woven influences from France, the Balkans, the Middle East and Sephardic Spain.
‘Enfants du Chemin (Children of the Road)’ could not be a more apt introduction to the third release from Brisbane world music darlings Mzaza [pron.EM-ZA-ZA], an LP entitled Ghosts.

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MAR/APR
VIC/NSW/QLD

Bobby Alu - My Style     Blues/Roots, Roots 07/01/2015
Bobby Alu is a singer, ukulele-ist and drummer living in Byron Bay. He's backed by a slick band bringing nothing but smooth sounds and sunshine.
The crystalline ‘My Style’ an ode to owning your own thing, accepting all the crinkles and quirks in the people you love and also in yourself. This, and the other 5 tracks on Bay Sessions, will be made available for peeps who have 'liked" Bobby Alu's Facebook page.

ON TOUR
FEB
VIC/NSW/QLD/WA

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Tichawona Mashawa & Velvet Pesu - Kedush     World 19/12/2014
Tichawona Mashawa plays the ancient sound of the Zimbabwe traditional Mbira musical instrument accompanied by vocalist Velvet Pesu, performing vocal harmony and trance rhythm.
Derived from an Ethiopian word called Kidus, which in the language of Amharic means to bless. The name was inspired by Tichawona's travels across Ethiopia.

Kerser - Forever     Hip Hop, Rap 03/12/2014
A success story no one predicted, MC Kerser is the most polarising voice in Australian hip hop, epitomising the notoriously hard-living suburbs of Sydney’s outer west.
"It’s about how the struggles have changed in my life from what they used to be. Like, it’s not poverty and that anymore - I’ve moved on to music. Songs like that are controversial and risky if you’re too truthful." - Kerser

ON TOUR:
JAN/FEB
SA/VIC/NSW/QLD/WA

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Other tracks by Kerser:  Taken Away  -  Underground