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Sophie Hutchings - The Road     Jazz, Ambience, Instrumental, Experimental 07/03/2017
Compared with Max Richter, Dustin O’Halloran and Nils Frahm, Sydney-based Sophie has amassed an impressive body of work, releasing five albums to date and receiving critical praise worldwide.
A great tenderness and soft comforting warmth of the piano, the notes themselves vary between flurry and filigree. Beautiful strings to accompany in sections, undulating like a long road travelled.

Brief Habits - A Defining Commitment     Rock, Punk, Pop 04/03/2017
Power pop steadfast hooks and piano interwoven textural soundscapes.
Driving, upbeat, catchy power pop / emo rock. Steadfast hooks and piano interwoven textural soundscapes.

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Other tracks by Brief Habits:  Either/Or
Tilman Robinson - Where We Began     Electronic, Experimental, Soundscapes, Ambience 09/09/2016
Tilman Robinson is a composer, producer and sound designer based in Melbourne. Tilman creates electro-acoustic music across a range of genres including classical minimalism, improvised, experimental, electronic and ambient.
Climatic build with haunting, sweeping soundscapes

Crusch - Card Over The Bar     Rock, Punk, Pop 29/07/2016
Hook-heavy, melodic emo rock from Melbourne
Journey through a close personal experience, sharply critical and self-reflective. While our subject is remorseful, acknowledges they're doomed to repeat. "How can I get better?" echoes...

The Leap Year - Dental Work     Rock, Experimental 07/05/2015
Multiple vocals with a distinctly Australian soul, think The National / Arrows / Something For Kate.
Gloomy shoegazer rock from Perth

Luke Howard - Cibi     Classical, Experimental, Ambience, Electronic 28/01/2015
Luke Howard is a composer and pianist from Melbourne who writes hauntingly blissful music, evoking a strong cinematic feeling by telling a story (sometimes, a very sad story…)
“Cibi” opens with a simple piano melody flourishing over a bed of pretty, plaintive chords. The chord progression evolves and seems to open its arms to the melody’s return, yet is left wanting. Instead, an arpeggiated synth unexpectedly completes the embrace. We are somewhere else.

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Ceres - Syllables     Rock, Punk 06/03/2014
Anthemic, beautifully constructed pop with a dark edge, often hitting so perfectly right to the gut. Think - Saves The Day, Brand New, The Get Up Kids, The Dangerous Summer
Melodic, heart-warming emo/punk-rock... undeniably uplifting. The second taste from the upcoming Ceres debut album.

Other tracks by Ceres:  Middle Names
Ceres - Burnley     Rock 06/12/2013
Stories from the inner city, mixing elements of alternative indie, power-pop and 90s emo. Ala The Get Up Kids, Arrows, Brand New, Daylight.
Upbeat, bouncy, catchy with an uplifting feeling and references to familiar Melbourne landmarks.

The Leap Year - Town Crying     Rock, Grunge, Punk 01/11/2013
Here’s what I know about The Leap Year… they hail from the world’s most isolated city, they play picturesque indie-rock and have an undisclosed affinity with 1980’s television commercial jingles.
The first taste of The Leap Year's long awaited new album, The Narrowing. Upbeat, rhythmic and catchy.

Eleventh He Reaches London - Body Unbind     Rock, Atmospheric, Punk 28/08/2013
Perth's adored post-hardcore quintet Eleventh He Reaches London reveal their third album, Bānhūs; the next moody volume from the triple guitar wielding Goliath will be accompanied by long-awaited tour dates.
'Body Unbind' is the entrancing first taste of the awaited third album 'Banhus'. Meandering clean guitar lines, swelling, soaring, haunting vocal melodies and the haunting rawness of this track make it a moving first instalment from the next raw, introspective, misery-laden volume from the revered Perth quintet. Take the journey.

Other tracks by Eleventh He Reaches London:  Code Entwined
Eleventh He Reaches London - The Slough     Metal/Punk, Punk, Metal, Experimental 15/06/2013
"Accomplished, acclaimed, bat-sh*t crazy." - Mess & Noise
Unreleased track from 2009 - available for the first time, remastered for the album 2LP vinyl reissue out June 2013.

Other tracks by Eleventh He Reaches London:  Oh, Brother
Arrows - All Passwords Are Brisbane     Rock 20/08/2012
Emo / Indie Rock in the vein of Last Days Of April, Blueline Medic, Something For Kate
First track from Arrows since 2010! Taken from their upcoming 7" split with US band Empire! Empire! (I Was A Lonely Estate)


Eleventh He Reaches London - Say You See Why So     Metal/Punk, Experimental 25/05/2012
As far as EHRL is concerned, distance makes the heart grow thwarted and dark rather than fonder. Hailing from WA; a vast area of land separated from the rest of...
Innovative Australian tinged post-hardcore, think along the lines of Isis / Me Without You / Circle Takes The Square.

Blueline Medic - Saw You Last Night     Rock, Punk 14/09/2011
With one of the most devout fan bases in the country, it’s easy to see why when Blueline Medic’s energy, gentle personalities and master execution have sustained since day one.
"Upbeat and catchy as hell!" - Razorcake Zine

Jamie Hay - One More Lament     Rock, Alternative Country, Acoustic, Punk 13/07/2010
Jamie Hay (A Death In The Family, Fear Like US, Conation) solo material. For fans of Hot Water Music, Rocky Votolato, Like Alaska.
Digital-only bonus-track from JAMIE HAY's debut solo release, the Thieves 7"

Other tracks by Jamie Hay:  Hedonists Prayer  -  Thieves
Arrows - We Only Speak On Weekends     Rock 04/11/2009
"The best Australian album of 2008" - Adrian of BLUELINE MEDIC
Flagship ARROWS track and a crowd favorite. References to local Brisbane streets and epic guitars break-up an otherwise gently wandering guitars, gorgeous twinkles and desperate vocals from one of Brisbanes otherwise best kept secrets.

Other tracks by Arrows:  Someone You Knew But Hardly Met  -  Surely Not, Afraid So