Amrap’s AirIt is community radio’s Australian music catalogue and distribution service.
Any Australian community radio program maker and station library coordinator can apply for a free
They login to order customized CDs containing the music they want to broadcast at no cost to them
or instantly download the music.
Anyone else can browse the catalogue to see artist information, links to buy music and official
artist videos — but only authorised radio users can login to access and order the music.
Number Station are a 5-piece indie rock band from Melbourne, consisting of Chris Andrews (vocals, synth, tambourine) and Marcus Smith (guitars), Tom Beardsworth (guitars, keys), Jesse Burchat (bass) and David Amphlett (drums). Their debut EP, Everything Will Change, will be released on May 4, 2012.
Recorded over several sessions at Collingwood's Red Door Sounds and in their home studio, Everything Will Change was mixed by Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Grizzly Bear, TV on the Radio) at DNA Downtown in New York. The first single, Hold On, was produced by Paul “Woody” Annison (Red Riders, Young Revelry, Children Collide).
Number Station are previous winners of Triple J Unearthed and have performed at major festivals such as Homebake and Come Together.
About this track...
Although it begins sparse and small, ‘Hold On’ soon explodes into an expansive and uplifting power pop gem, brimming with hooks. Repeated listens reward the listener too, revealing intricate layers and depth within its classic pop structure. ARIA Award-winning director Bart Borghesi’s film clip for this track's a must-see aswell.