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Bad//Dreems - Feeling Remains     Rock 07/03/2017
Bad//Dreems consisting of four boys from Adelaide, are one of the country's most exciting new guitar acts.
‘Feeling Remains’ boasts all the hallmarks that have made Bad//Dreems one of the country’s most beloved new bands; ragged guitars underpinned by the rocksteady groove of James Bartold (bass) and Miles Wilson (drums). Lead singer Ben Marwe's voice remains as vivid and visceral as ever.

Tiny Little Houses - Medicate Me     Pop, Folk 21/02/2017
Lo-fi pop/folk act, Tiny Little Houses, is made up of Caleb Karvountzi, Sean Mullins, Clancy Bond and Al Yamin.
Melbourne’s Tiny Little Houses return with ‘Medicate Me’ the latest single off their masterful Snow Globe EP. With lyrics that parallel love to addiction, it is a highlight on the band’s sophomore EP and powerful live.

Other tracks by Tiny Little Houses:  Song Despite Apathy
Toby Martin - Lim’s Song     Folk, World, Rock 21/02/2017
Singer-songwriter Toby Martin spent ten years as the lead singer of alternative rock band Youth Group before beginning his solo career. He returns with his second solo album.
Inspired by the suburban surrounds of Sydney’s South Western suburb of Bankstown, ‘Lim’s Song’ captures beautifully what is at the heart of Song’s From Northam Avenue – music inspired by the world, but not world music.

Other tracks by Toby Martin:  Spring Feeling
Kyle Lionhart - Call Back Home     Folk, Soul, Acoustic 08/02/2017
Neo-folk and soul singer-songwriter, Kyle Lionhart, boasts one of the most incredible new voices in Australian music.
Produced by John Castle (Vance Joy, Washington, Cub Sport), 'Call Back Home' is a soaring indie-soul meets folk ballad about self-reflection. “It’s about avoiding that darker side of yourself, the side of ourselves that we consistently distract and sedate only for it to explode at the worst possible moments."

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - French Press     Pop, Punk, Rock 25/01/2017
Born from late night bedroom jam sessions and honed in Melbourne's live music venues, the band has garnered a reputation for rich, poppy guitar melodies with propulsive rhythm.
‘French Press’, the title track of the band’s sophomore EP, is a Skype call between two brothers. The contrast of one gallivanting overseas, the other sitting in tedious comfort in an air-conditioned office. Featuring driving rhythms, charging drums and an addictive bass line.

Other tracks by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever:  Julie's Place
I Know Leopard - Rather Be Lonely (Radio Edit)     Pop 27/10/2016
I Know Leopard are a fresh-faced band 4-piece from Sydney, making shimmering dream pop.
From the swirling keyboard that leads the track’s intro, to the beguiling chorus; ‘Rather Be Lonely’ is destined to have young lovers with broke hearts the nation over, eyes closed, arms up in a cathartic sing-along.

Bad//Dreems - Mob Rule     Rock 07/10/2016
Bad//Dreems are four boys from Adelaide, who are one of the country's most exciting guitar acts.
'Mob Rule' paints a disturbing picture of Australian dystopia. "Face full of black soot, right wing, left foot" menaces Ben Marwe (vocals) "History doesn't mean a thing to you!". It's an unwelcome diorama, underpinned by muscular guitars atop the rocksteady bedrock of James Bartold (bass) and Miles Wilson (drums).


Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - Career     Rock, Folk, Punk 10/05/2016
Melbourne based soft punk/tough pop 5-piece return with first taste of their double A Side 7” 'Write Back/Career'.
Melbourne’s Rolling Blackout C.F returns with new single, ‘Career’. Released as part of a limited edition double A side on Record Store Day 2016, the track demonstrates their rich, poppy guitar melodies with propulsive rhythm have already earned them a wealth of international buzz.

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

Other tracks by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever:  Write Back
Tiny Little Houses - Milo Tin     Rock 16/03/2016
A band of 4 from Melbourne display their unique and at times melancholic indie rock.
"Milo Tin is a tongue in cheek take on Australiana, the classic gap year and the effect it has on a young relationship,” says lead singer Caleb. Featuring Melbourne singer/songwriter Rosebud Leach on backing vocals, ‘Milo Tin’ is one of Tiny Little Houses’ catchiest and richest-sounding tracks yet.

Palms - No More     Rock 27/10/2015
Palms are four best mates from Sydney making music you want to dance around and sing along to with your mates.
Takes a left turn from the noisy magnificence we've come to expect from Palms, or to put it another way: it loses the noisiness and keeps the magnificence. On this track, everything is stripped back to Al Grigg's plaintive voice and an acoustic guitar.

Other tracks by Palms:  Beatdown  -  Bad Apple
Bad//Dreems - Bogan Pride     Rock 19/10/2015
Bad//Dreems are a rock band hailing from Adelaide, South Australia who busted onto the scene in 2014 with their modern take on Australian pub rock.
‘Bogan Pride’ further explores dystopian Australia captured so aptly on Dogs at Bay. Inspired by the ugliness of the summer dance festival "culture", the rise of Australian nationalism and late night inner city violence, it has been the centre piece of Bad//Dreems lauded live set for some time.

Most Popular Rock Artist                 
Best Song 'Cuffed & Collared'
Best Group
Best Release 'Dogs At Bay'                           

Other tracks by Bad//Dreems:  Hiding To Nothing  -  Cuffed and Collared
The Rubens - The Night Is On My Side     Rock 12/10/2015
Four-piece from NSW return with sophomore album 'Hoops' out 7 August 2015
Following the band’s breakthrough single ‘Hoops’, The Night Is On My Side is seeping with bravado and captures the swaggering blues/rock that The Rubens have come to own.

Other tracks by The Rubens:  Hoops  -  Hallelujah
Rolling Blackouts - Wide Eyes     Rock, Punk 26/09/2015
Rolling Blackouts, are a 5 piece from Melbourne, and the newest members of Ivy League family.
With its hypnotic beat and sprawling guitar line, ‘Wide Eyes’ perfectly highlights Rolling Blackouts’ unique brand of golden era inspired Australian soft punk/tough pop.

Alpine - Shot Fox     Pop 14/09/2015
Melbourne sextet Alpine return with their second album 'Yuck' out 12 June 2015.
‘Shot Fox’ will lure you in with its breathy verses and brutally honest, introspective lyrics. By the time the track reaches its crescendo via its impossibly catchy chorus, you’re lost in a world of cathartic revelry, a world of YUCK.

Other tracks by Alpine:  Damn Baby  -  Foolish
Tiny Little Houses - Soon We Won't Exist     Rock, Folk, Pop 02/09/2015
Influenced by early 90's lo-fi folk/pop bands, Tiny Little Houses have already developed a formidable song-writing acumen, displaying a remarkable capability to deliver nuanced emotion through finely crafted compositions.
‘Soon We Won’t Exist’ launches headlong into the task of working through challenging emotions.

Tiny Little Houses - Easy     Pop, Folk, Rock 02/06/2015
Influenced by early 90's lo-fi folk/pop bands, Tiny Little Houses have already developed a formidable song-writing acumen, displaying a remarkable capability to deliver nuanced emotion through finely crafted compositions.
‘Easy’ is both dreamy and melancholic, relaying the tale of a break-up taking place midway through a date at Luna Park, capturing the conflicting introspection that comes with unrequited love. As the song’s refrain states, “It’s not hell / But it’s not easy”.

Lanie Lane - Celeste     Folk 19/08/2014
It’s been a while coming, but finally Lanie Lane has returned with her first material since 2011’s triumphant debut album ‘To The Horses’.
‘Celeste’ is a warm and dreamy song that flows with gentle vocal hooks and sweet rolling guitars.

Bad//Dreems - My Only Friend     Rock 23/07/2014
Bad//Dreems’ honest and brazen blend of iconic pub rock has carved them out a reputation for being one of the most exciting, upcoming bands in the country.
Their latest offering is “My Only Friend” which highlights a different side to this dynamic band and exercises a more reflective tone that explores deeper themes of isolation, loss and self-doubt. Once again the band teamed up with legendary producer Mark Opitz (AC/DC, Cold Chisel, The Angels, INXS).

Other tracks by Bad//Dreems:  Dumb Ideas
Steve Smyth - Written Or Spoken     Folk, Pop 07/07/2014
Steve Smyth’s second Ivy League Records release is the heartfelt track ‘Written Or Spoken’, lifted from his upcoming album ‘Exits’.
Penned amongst the clutter of a house boat kitchen floating into the centre of London, ‘Written Or Spoken’ is a sweet ode to a relationship bruised by distance. The pendulum swings away from the rawness of ‘Shake It’, and we see Smyth deliver his trademark arresting vocal beauty.

Other tracks by Steve Smyth:  Shake It  -  Digital Heart
SURES - The Night     Pop, Psychedelic 17/12/2013
90's flavoured indie pop rockers SURES have dropped their EP 'The Night Here Waste Time Getting Better' out now through Ivy League.
The Night’ is another choice cut from their latest EP, The Night Hero Waste Time Getting Better (TNHWTGB). Produced by Dann Hume (Alpine, Matt Corby, Courtney Barnett, Snakadaktal), TNHWTGB demonstrates the significant development in the band's experimentation and has established SURES as one of Australia’s most exciting new bands.

Other tracks by SURES:  Time  -  Waste