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The Bennies - Corruption     Rock, Reggae, Ska 24/03/2017
The four headed multi genre party beast known as The Bennies are back with a new single 'Corruption' from their critically acclaimed third album Wisdom Machine.
Corruption is filled with the Reggae-Ska-Rock feels that The Bennies do best. Moving at a slower tempo than other tracks on the album ‘Corruption’ grooves right through city as the party-punks ‘clean up’ the suburbs

The Tommyhawks - Bedroom     Rock, Pop, Folk 24/03/2017
Fierce femme-fatale foursome, The Tommyhawks, explode with quirky, indi-punkin’ songs and a penchant for sharing toothbrushes and tinnies.
‘Bedroom’ is the first single from The Tommyhawks forthcoming This Is Not A Desert Island EP. The track explores the vulnerability of the mind. It is about finding the place between childhood and adulthood that certain things might have broken, and other things have healed.

This Way North - Pressure     Pop, Rock 24/03/2017
This Way North is a two-piece duo from melbourne consisting of drum, guitar and vocals. They’re Punchy and left of centre, but bring out universally appealing groove within their melodies.
‘Pressure’ begins with the Leisha’s angelic voice sung over lush guitar riffs and light synth like drumming that’s almost reminiscent of an 80’s movie anthem. The pop gem exemplifies the use of guitar player, Cat’s trove use of pedals to create the lush layers throughout the track.

Darcy Fox - Hurricane     Folk, Pop, Country 24/02/2017
Darcy Fox’s music is a blend of folky-pop with hints of country. A songwriter at heart, Darcy uses loop pedals to create a big and vibrant sound.
‘Hurricane’ is a song about owning up to your mistakes and vowing to do better. Darcy created unique and interesting sounds in the recording of the track using coins and a petrol pump. Much of the song is made up of loops, as that is how it is created live.

Pirra - All For Ya     Pop, Rock, Electronic 18/02/2017
Pop rock four-piece Pirra are gearing up to release debut album Animal Kingdom. Heavy with upbeat tempos, brooding synths and overdriven riffs that sit beneath a psychedelic atmosphere.
‘All For Ya’ begins with a gloomy synth cloud that hovers over a gradually building upbeat groove. A tight-sounding riff joins in, accompanied by a sparkling atmosphere, which inhales for a moment of silence before releasing into the silken vocals of frontwoman Jessica Beck.

The Smith Street Band - Birthdays     Rock, Punk 16/02/2017
The Smith Street Band have announced their fourth album, More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me will drop on 7 April via their own label Pool House Records
A song about a chance meeting on a pier in Hobart, ‘Birthdays’ opens with lead singer Wil Wagner’s familiar tug at the heartstrings. Painting the style of detailed narrative that we have come to expect of Wagner’s lyrics. Birthday’s features guest vocals of former Smith Street tour buddy Jess Locke.

Domini Forster - Then You Stop     Folk, Pop 09/02/2017
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Domini Forster is fast-establishing herself as one of Melbourne’s brightest new voices in modern folk. Forster currently preparing to release her debut album Raven.
'Then You Stop' is surprisingly sanguine despite broaching darker themes. Angelic coos of backing vocals dip and sway above an acoustic guitar. Strings swell with orchestral drum rolls, driving the track as it opens into a joyful indie-pop outro.

This Way North - Head Above Water     Rock, Folk, Pop, Roots 09/02/2017
Hailing from Melbourne, guitar and drums two-piece This Way North are Leisha Jungalwalla (Jungal) and Cat Leahy (Sal Kimber & the Rollin' Wheel, Miss Quincy, Lisa Miller).
'Head Above Water' is about society’s quest to try and live in the present within the constant crazy pace of the modern day world. The two’s vocals blend beautifully through the hypnotic lyrics and from this, evokes long summer days spent by the water having a break from the world.

My Echo - Meet You There     Rock, Punk, Pop 19/01/2017
Melbourne culturally classic rock-punk band My Echo are back with another fast, loud and catchy tune that both you and your dad will dig.
‘Meet You There’ is about making amends with your significant other after a weekend of disappointment. It is about contradicting yourself by promising to change even when you know you're not ready too.

The Underground Lovers - Unbearable     Pop, Psychedelic, Folk 19/11/2016
Formed in 1989, Melbourne's Underground Lovers have pushed sonic boundaries turning them into cult favourites. The Undies continue to release music that is as vital today as two decades ago.
'Unbearable' is a melancholic song with an unbearable melody. The song is an earworm about the unbearable dilemma of being alive in this time in history. A time of great potential, beauty and horror. “We just like buying, we just like time on the phone, we just like feeling”

Woodlock - Something Broke That Day     Folk, Pop 08/11/2016
Kiwi brothers Zech and Eze Walters on guitar and vocals, and their mate Bowen Purcell on percussion form Woodlock, an alternative folk pop trio based out of Melbourne.
On a recent trip to perform in China, Eze was inspired by a comic book he was reading that involved a love triangle and subsequent murder. Co-written, produced and mixed again by Lindsey Jackson, the single is a massive leap away from their usual uplifting songs.

The Smith Street Band - Death To The Lads     Rock, Pop 04/11/2016
The Smith Street Band might be Australia's hardest working live bands, playing to sell out shows home and overseas. The critically acclaimed band are back with a another killer single.
Penned on the road whilst driving through America, 'Death To The Lads' has crept into their live set and become an instant fan favourite with its call-to-arms chorus. “It’s mainly about growing up and changing,” they say of the song’s themes, “admitting we make mistakes and trying to improve ourselves.”

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Nighthawk - Surely Gettin On     Rock, Pop 21/10/2016
Patrick Robertson and Damian Costin were the founding members of successful 2000s rock band Motor Ace, and now they're back with Nighthawk. Joining them is Flynn Wheeler and Rhys Thompson.
The first single from Nighthawk’s upcoming album is 'Surely Gettin On'. It's a good indication of what’s to come. The Nighthawk sound is a little nostalgic, the guitars are back and the songs are epic rock anthems.

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Jamatar - Interstellar     Electronic, Pop, Experimental 30/09/2016
Electronic, indie musician from Melbourne who makes music with Gameboy's!
The first single off the forthcoming EP 'Journey's', Interstellar soars to dizzying heights like a rocket ship. Created using Gameboy's, this track is sure to have you dancing with a huge smile on your face.

The Barebones - I Feel Fine     Rock, Alternative Country, Folk 30/09/2016
The Barebones are an alternative rock band with strong roots in melodic pop rock. They can shift between stripped-back folk to alt-country to rock n roll.
The album’s first single ‘I Feel Fine’ mixes the swagger of the Stones with a twin guitar onslaught reminiscent of the Young brothers, a triumphant rock n roll anthem about casting off self-doubt.

Screamfeeder - Karen Trust Me     Rock, Pop, Grunge 23/09/2016
A 90s 3-piece noisy pop/indie rock band from Brisbane. Lovers of loud and beautiful music since the day they were each conceived. Old school? Shit yeah, and proud of it.
New single Karen Trust Me, a song about that kid at school who got out of trouble by pretending to pass out, and all the girls thought he was kinda weird and cool. The band’s 1996 classic Static can be heard in the melodies of this killer new song.

Dub FX - Fake Paradise     Reggae/Dub, Hip Hop, Rap 26/08/2016
From street performer to worldwide phenomenon, Melbourne's Dub FX explores social, political & spiritual subjects leaving you feeling positive and inspired. Live instrumentation and beat boxing equals a unique sound.
The second track from Dub FX's third album Thinking Clear, Fake Paradise lives up to his reputation for cutting social commentary, suggesting that you should listen to your soul and ignore what society dictates or run the risk of falling slave to what he calls the zombie nation.

Leah Flanagan - Old Fashioned     Pop, Easy Listening, Folk 12/08/2016
A songwriter with Venetian, Aboriginal and Irish heritage, Leah draws deep from a fascinating historical, geographical and cultural mix. Her incredible journey as an artist is woven with star-studded collaborations.
The gently devastating Old Fashioned hits at the heart of "the same old mistakes that push us to the break". Old patterns we play out with our loved ones. Vocals were recorded on a rainy day in Sydney with Benny Walker who sings effortlessly along in unison with Leah’s melodies.

Tom Lee-Richards - Madness     Folk, Pop, Roots 10/08/2016
Originally from NZ, now based in Melbourne, Tom Lee-Richards' talent is undeniable. His songs nuanced, nostalgic and uplifting. Tom combines stunning falsetto with sharp beatboxing and an elegant guitar technique.
New single by Tom Lee-Richards is raw and strikingly honest. Themes of beauty and introspection, ‘Madness’ is enough to melt the hardest of hearts.

Featuring fellow New Zealander Monique Shelford’s playful vocal weaving, ‘Madness’ is about the tension of ownership and blame when it comes to relationships.

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Georgia Fields - We're Foolish Things     Pop, Folk, Chill 21/07/2016
Melbourne’s high priestess of disco-pagan pop, Georgia Fields, is being named one of Melbourne’s brightest emerging artists. Fields is set to release her second album this August.
‘We’re Foolish Things’ is a playful ode to the kind of volatile love that sees lovers fighting one moment and making out the next. Filled with retro-futuristic synth-pop gem lifted from Georgia Fields’ latest album Astral Debris, the track buzzes with vintage synths, glam-rock guitar, and an infectious sing-along chorus.

Other tracks by Georgia Fields:  Open Orange (feat. Phia)  -  The Hood and The Hunter