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Amy Shark - Weekends     Pop 24/03/2017
Amy Shark’s highly anticipated single, ‘Weekends’, was produced by Dan Hume (Matt Corby, Daniel Johns, Courtney Barnett)
Amy’s success doesn’t stop there. She has recently partnered with RCA Records in the U.S. and signed with Marty Diamond at Paradigm for North American bookings. Amy will make her first promotional visit to the U.S. later this year.

Arpier - Down     Pop, Jazz 24/03/2017
Led from the back, Brisbane based three piece Arpier are bringing jazz-pop to the front.
A song about sabotaging a relationship you don't feel you are worthy of.

Ben Wright Smith - Hellion Heeled     Rock, Folk, Alternative Country 24/03/2017
Ben Wright Smith returns with latest single ‘Hellion Heeled’. The APRA award nominated singer-songwriter from Melbourne has delivered yet again with the release of his debut album ‘The Great Divorce’.
I was at a party with these punk rockers who were just posing the whole time. The next day I was teaching my friend’s dog to 'heel' or 'follow us'. I thought of the punks who’d been forced to obey the very thing they were pretending to be rebelling against.

Chymes - Bloom     Electronic, Chill, Pop 24/03/2017
Sydney-based electronic pop collaboration
“Bloom” is a song about the self-exploration and growth we experience when we choose to no longer invest energy on the people who hold us back.

Dave Graney and Clare Moore - How Long Does The Raunch?     Pop, Rock, Jazz, Psychedelic 24/03/2017
Dave Graney and Clare Moore played in the Moodists in the 80s and then Dave Graney and the Coral Snakes and now Dave Graney and the mistLY.
Starts with jazz guitar chords and vocals. Then Drum Machine, Vibes, Marimba and electric guitar.
Over stimulation. Modern life is demanding. Filling a dude with images and feels, emotions dragged and pulled out, demanded.

Other tracks by Dave Graney and Clare Moore:  I'm Never Off
Figurehead - Suits     Pop, Rock 24/03/2017
This teenage indie pop rock outfit have been making music since pre teens.
“Suits is a fun up beat pop track about the fact that everyone has this outer shell or “suit” that they put on to impress people and prove to people that you are worth having around.

Human Buoy - 200 Days     Rock, Pop 24/03/2017
Human Buoy started life as collection of ideas in the hard drive of Ben McDonald’s brain (logic) rolled up into a collaborative merry go round of experiments.
‘200 Days deals with the split-second decisions we all sometimes have to make and how childhood games, memories and the general passing of time are often the best escape. These seemingly deep concepts are however joyously hidden under a slapstick masquerade of shameless funk’. Explains Ben McDonald.

Marley Wynn - Folks in Hollywood     Pop, Rock 24/03/2017
Marley Wynn is the musical alter ego of omnipresent WA musical identity Adrian Hoffmann. Seemingly falling from the stars like a fully formed swashbuckling troubadour.
"Folks in Hollywood" is a dynamic smooth melodic pop song with a collection of "Marley Wynns" influences expressed from the verses to the chorus.Lifting the mood up and down.

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Other tracks by Marley Wynn:  I Love You  -  Mercury Zoo
Mid Ayr - Pocket Her Eyes     Rock, Pop 24/03/2017
Comprised of Hugh Middleton (Guitar/Vocals) and Zac Moynihan (Drums), Mid Ayr master the art of gritty production, heavy-driving drums, dissonant guitar bends and grainy synth.
Brisbane two-piece Mid Ayr today return with their highly anticipated first single of 2017, Pocket Her Eyes. The news comes with the announcement of their forthcoming EP, Elm Way set for release April 21, which will see the duo embark on their first headline East Coast tour this April/May.

Noralyn - No Secrets     Pop, Christian 24/03/2017
Evocative, quirky lyrics and tuneful melodies are delivered by a distinctive voice, in a captivating sonic world driven by vibrant piano riffs and orchestral-synths.
No Secrets is a dancey alt-pop song with engaging vocals, driving piano riffs, and quirky lyrics & production. Through lyrical imagery the song talks about turning from temporary fills to seeking God and finding all we need through Him.

Other tracks by Noralyn:  Blue  -  Rain
Shag Rock - Time Wasted     Folk, Pop, Blues, Roots 24/03/2017
After having an amazing end to 2016 when their single "Sunbleached Girl" picked up over 250K Spotify streams, the four-piece then went on to release their acclaimed sophomore album “Barefoot”
“So many people I’ve met say that their drug habits are just things they do because their friends do it; and a lot of the time they go on to try and justify it as though it’s something they won’t keep doing.”

Tanya George - The Lie     Pop, Electronic, Dance 24/03/2017
The bittersweet story of Tanya George. Australian singer songwriter with electro-pop vibes.
Fiercely staunch and independent, Tanya has also shared a stunning film clip for her latest single, ‘The Lie’ which saw her work with upcoming film-maker Mitch Mey.

‘The Lie’ is the first single taken from the Sonder EP which was produced by Tommy Spender (Gotye, Clairy Browne, Mphazes, Mama Kin).


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The Oyster Murders - Eliza Battle     Rock, Dance, Grunge, Ambience 24/03/2017
Four piece indie band from Brisbane, who often incorporate 90’s alternative influences into their sound, which can be characterized by a mixture of analogue synths, dreamy guitar and vocals.
80’s cure beat, dream wave bass, vocals in the stars and lovers in japan… sonic youth say hi at the end…

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.

The Velvet Addiction - Take Me Back     Rock, Pop, Garage, Rock 24/03/2017
Melbourne, 70's rock'n'roll inspired misfits The Velvet Addiction released their debut single Take Me Back; a swaggering, classic-rock influenced tune that will have you reaching for your leather-jacket and aviators.
Take me Back is about trying to find that feeling you get when you first start a relationship, the feeling when that person is the only thing you want or need to make you feel whole or happy and then losing it and needing it back.

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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.

Tora - Amsterdam     Electronic, Chill 24/03/2017
Byron Bay five-piece Tora had a run of sold out headline shows in Australia last year, and supported RUFUS nationally. They have played Glastonbury, Falls Festival and Splendour.
'Amsterdam' is the first single from Tora's upcoming debut album. ‘Amsterdam’ was mastered by Grammy nominated engineer Andrei Eremin. ‘Amsterdam’ continues on from previous singles ‘Poly Amor’ and ‘Twice’, and EP’s Eat the Sun and the self-titled Tora, all of which have amassed a combined 20 million online streams.

The Cactus Channel & Sam Cromack - Do It For Nothing     Funk/Soul, Rock, RnB, Pop 23/03/2017
The Cactus Channel is a Melbourne based alt-soul group à la Menahan Street Band, Badbadnotgood & Unknown Mortal Orchestra. New EP with Sam Cromack out this April!
Do It For Nothing, also the title of the EP, is the lip biting R&B flavoured track on the release. The long form verses build to a climax in the chorus, complimenting Sam's super melodic and earworm melody. Slow dance floor banger.

Alex Watts - Reunited     Rock, Pop, Roots, Folk 21/03/2017
Alex Watts is a Melbourne based songwriter whose take on pop music encompasses the grit and raw emotion of 1960’s r’n’b, vintage soul and rock'n'roll.
Reunited is taken from Alex Watts’ debut album Another Step in the Dark. “It’s a ballad about two people who can’t speak and won’t trust,” said the Melbourne songwriter.

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Alla Spina - This Town     Pop, Reggae, Punk, Rock 21/03/2017
Brisbane ska punk band, Alla Spina is back with a new single, new clip and new sound with “This Town”, a dub pop tune reminiscent of No Doubt and Sublime.
"This Town" is a little different for the band but stays true to our ethos and inspiration. The song itself is about being in a band and the trials and tribulations that go with it...and the good times. Check out the self produced video that accompanies the track.

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