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Auguste - Kingdom     Pop, Electronic, Chill 17/06/2016
Reminiscent of London Grammar, Auguste are Adelaide Step-Sister duo Beth & Skye. Previously 'Echo & The Empress', Auguste are a synth pop lovers dream.
Kingdom is about personal space and the challenges we face when others are invading that space in a negative way…it’s really a bit of a ‘eff you’ to anyone who has ever tried to control you or tell you what to do.


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Other tracks by Auguste:  Slow Motion
Julia Jacklin - Pool Party     Folk, Pop 23/03/2016
Julia Jacklin is a Sydney-based singer/songwriter who has been quietly charming audiences around Australia over the past two years, road-testing songs from her forthcoming album Don’t Let The Kids Win.
A tale of pool side substance abuse told in a drawling country lilt, Pool Party showcases Jacklin’s effortless charm as a singer and insightful lyricist.

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


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Letters to Lions - Following     Rock, Pop, Rock 21/06/2016
Described as a concoction of swooning aggression and dance pop sensibility with comparisons to Kings of Leon and Last Dinosaurs; the boys may just become your new favorite indie band.
Described by Dom Alessio is channeling the likes of Last Dinosaurs and Two Door Cinema Club. Following is an instant hit that will get you from the first strum.


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Other tracks by Letters to Lions:  I'm Still Young
Levingstone - First Taste     Pop, Jazz, Soul, RnB 21/06/2016
Hailing from Sydney, eclectic progressive soul five-piece Levingstone is a band blurring boundaries. Pulling colours from jazz, neo soul, rock and progressive pop with a unique brand of storytelling.
"First Taste" is the lead track from Levingstone's debut EP "Modern Burials". Written on the floor of an empty room where the high ceilings sounded like a church, this lush aural space is evident in the track - sweeping guitar drenched in hymnal reverb set to an infectious groove.


Summer Flake - Make Your Way Back to Me     Rock, Pop, Grunge 12/04/2016
Melbourne-via-Adelaide's Summer Flake, is the lush, harmony-laden solo project of Stephanie Crase, whose former credits nclude No Through Road, Birth Glow, Hit The Jackpot and Batrider.
'Make Your Way Back To Me' is part Sonic Youth, part dream-pop transcendence. A love song of sorts.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Andrew Khedoori, 2ser 107.3, Sydney (NSW)


Other tracks by Summer Flake:  Wine Won't Wash Away  -  Shoot And Score
The New Savages - Down The River Blues     Blues/Roots, Rockabilly 25/05/2016
The New Savages play a distinctly Melbournian Mississippi Hill Country Blues sound. It’s often described as a droning and dark mix of Jim Morrison singing at a Juke Joint.
The lead single for the record. Lyrically its an allegory of the futility of finding salvation and redemption in life as the river runs all the same. Musically its a groovy shuffle inspired by the gospel slide guitar of Blind Willie Johnson.


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Other tracks by The New Savages:  Wear a White Dress  -  Woman I Love
The Weeping Willows - River of Gold     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 23/01/2016
Melbourne Alt Country duo, The Weeping Willows, deliver 10 brooding new tracks with sophomore album Before Darkness Comes A-Calli'.
Lead single ‘River of Gold’ is a stunning centrepiece: a song of desire that is at once destructive and irresistible, of surrendering to fate, driven inexorably onward by urgent backwoods banjo. It’s also an arresting study in Laura and Andy’s singular harmony: theirs is a vocal partnership of profoundest familiarity.


Thigh Master - Company     Rock, Garage 09/06/2016
Brisbane indie-rock four-piece Thigh Master deliver sun-bleached tales of heartbreak and apathy wrapped in a hook-laden blanket of ramshackle garage-pop, infusing the urgent missives with laidback charm.
Cascades of jubilant guitars, shouted bursts of casually refined angst, propulsive rhythms attacking your feet: in under two-minutes new Thigh Master single Company – the thrilling first taste from the Brisbane four-piece’s long-awaited debut album Early Times – packs in more hooks than most bands manage over an entire album.


Winters End - Thoughts     Pop, Atmospheric 25/05/2016
Siblings Marissa and Christopher Pinto = Winters End. Formed October 2011, touring twice internationally for the Indie Week Music Festival in Canada, Youbloom Music Festival, Los Angeles in 2014.
Thoughts by Winters End:
If you combined the wistful synth sounds of Stevie Nicks, Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush adding an Adele-like narrative, complete with heart wrenching and honest lyrics, the result would be Thoughts.
This results in the creation of the 'big' sound Winters End have become known for.


The Cope Street Parade - Liquorice Stick Rag     Jazz, Folk 03/11/2015
Blending the hot sounds of gypsy swing with elements of New Orleans traditional jazz to create a style of music that sounds both new and old yet always uniquely Australian.
Fiery traditional jazz rag


Other tracks by The Cope Street Parade:  My Baby On My Mind  -  Dancin' All Night
The Jimmy Watts Band - Grid     Rock, Blues, Psychedelic 10/01/2016
Jimmy Watts is a roots & blues man of the hairy persuasion, a journey-man through and through and a gentleman of the road.
Grid is a hard hitting, gritty induction to the paranoid world of survivalists prepping for the end of the world. Featuring a healthy dose of grade school political activism, some benign anti-corporate jargon, and enough fuzzed out screaming guitars to thoroughly drive home the 'Mad Max' mood.


Other tracks by The Jimmy Watts Band:  Drought  -  Doctor