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The Queensland Tiger - Clancy of the Overflow     Folk, Acoustic, Country, World 14/03/2019
The Queensland Tiger covers traditional Australian ballads mainly from the nineteenth century: e.g. Henry Lawson, Banjo Paterson, Breaker Morant, Charles Thatcher, etc…. true to the original works.
Complete poem published in The Bulletin in 1889 by “Banjo” Paterson (1864 – 1941). Paterson wished to contact Thomas Clancy, at a station named “The Overflow”, near Cobar, NSW. His letter brought a reply “Clancy’s gone to Queensland droving, and we don’t know where he are.” This rhythm and content was the spark which gave rise to this poem

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Edith Thomas Furey - Cannibal Metaphysics     Rock, Industrial, Goth, Punk 14/03/2019
Edith Thomas Furey is the solo project from Brisbane's Joel Glazebrook. Manipulating drum machines, synths and guitars, Joel creates bleak post-punk and shoegaze music with an industrial lean.
Cannibal Metaphysics is a pummelling meditation on excess - featuring a deathgaze melange of fuzzed guitar and synth swirling around howling vocals ordered to an incessant drum loop that recalls the industrial precision of Skinny Puppy.

Steve Saxton - Emmaline     Rock, Alternative Country 16/03/2019
Early in his career Steve was “Unearthed” by Triple J the first Unearthed CD alongside other winners like Grinspoon as part of the prize.
A dance floor fluffer leaves her life in the city to settle down.

Other tracks by Steve Saxton:  Face of it all  -  Been Here Before
Inseek - WAITING FOR LOVE     Rock, Pop, Easy Listening 14/03/2019
Composed and inspirational INSEEK has earned his reputation as a talented songwriter, recording artist and live act.
An inspirational tune with an anthem pop-rock feel and sound.

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100 - Just Us     Rock, Punk, Psychedelic 14/03/2019
Sydney psych/post-punk four piece 100
Working again with producer Wade Keighran (Hockey Dad, Polish Club) “Just Us” sees the band delving into a richer, darker sound - a lurching bass line and a trappy hip-hop groove drive the song forward while vocalist Rowen Tucker spits cutting witticisms over it all.

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Blyolk - Dogspeed     Pop, Rock, Electronic 14/03/2019
blyolk (pronounced ‘bloke’) is the brainchild of 21 year old Melbourne producer/songwriter Sebastian Chesney whose music fuses psychedelia, gritty rhythms and a warped pop aesthetic.
Warped pop powerhouse Blyolk returns with dynamic new single 'Dogspeed'. Yet again delivering a boundary-pushing track that warps aspects of pop, psychedelic and electronic, 'Dogspeed' sees Melbourne-based producer and songwriter Blyolk (pronounced 'bloke') explore a darker angle compared to his usual artistic pop tone. Lo-fi and hi-fi textures are woven through interspersed samples and dusky synth-style guitar effects to convey the brooding energy. 

Plotz - Baby Shakes     Rock, Pop, Garage, Psychedelic 14/03/2019
The exciting new project that combines pop, garage, psychedelia with rock to make a really nice audible smoothie.
Melbourne five-piece Plotz make return with exuberant new bop 'Baby Shakes'. Twinkling, lo-fi guitars and sweetly melancholic lyricism combine in this story of making the best of unfortunate circumstances. In Yonatan Rotem's own words, 'Baby Shakes' was written "in a fairly dark period with the idea of lightening up my own mood, and trying to see things in a more balanced way."

STUMPS - Your Old Man     Rock, Pop 15/03/2019
STUMPS are a four-piece act from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, dishing up a refreshing blend of Indie and British Pop.
Typically boisterous Sydney indie-rock four-piece STUMPS take things down a notch with their earnest new single 'Your Old Man'. This latest single allows STUMPS to reveal an earnestly solemn, introspective side to their sonic stylings, slowing the tempo to deliver a heartfelt tone and lyrically-focused track.

Errol Gray - An Old Millard And A Tinny     Country, Comedy 14/03/2019
With his guitar and politically incorrect Aussie sense of humour, Errol has his audiences in stitches with his songs that reflect everyday situations and misfortunes that happen to us all.
"I met an old bloke who lives in a beat up old caravan in a holiday park on a beautiful river on the mid north coast of NSW. He reckons he’s found the ideal nursing home. This is his story". - Errol Gray

Will Day - In The Real World     Country 14/03/2019
Surviving a decade as a full-time artist, providing for his family by playing more than 250 gigs each year, is an achievement that country artist Will Day is proud of.
As a full-time musician who is often on the road and away from family, the idea for the song was bred out of the yearning to know what it’s like to have a 9-5 job, be home at nights and to have a taste of what it’s like in the perceived 'Real World'.

Russell Morris - Black and Blue Heart     Blues/Roots, Rock, Country 14/03/2019
After six decades of touring, an album can almost write itself. But it takes a rare combination of talent and circumstances to realise that vision as vividly as Russell Morris.
Black and Blue Heart is the title track, a song of simmering tenderness and empathy, that Bernard Fanning describes as “a song for the ages”. “Russell’s been a really substantial artist for a very long time but I think that song will live on with his best,” he says.


Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - In the Capital     Rock, Pop 14/03/2019
After a landmark 12 months for Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, who released their debut album Hope Downs to worldwide critical acclaim in June 2018.
Fran Keaney describes how ‘In The Capital’ came together:

“I first had the idea for the melody and some of the lyrics when I was swimming. It’s taken a while to finish the song, to make it feel like the initial feeling. I can’t neatly describe it, but something like connection despite distance."

DZ Deathrays, Briggs, Jesswar & Trials - Front Row Hustle     Hip Hop, Rock, Punk 14/03/2019
Brisbane’s original thrash party duo DZ Deathrays have collaborated this year with Australian heavy weights Trials and Briggs and young Australian hip-hop prodigy Jesswar,
‘Front Row Hustle’ is a rework of DZ’s original song ‘Afterglow’, from their acclaimed third studio album Blood Lovely. Arguably one of this year’s most unexpected team ups, ‘Front Row Hustle’ punches – get around it.


post-dusk - Overgrown     Electronic, Chill 14/03/2019
Post-dusk is a multi-instrumentalist and producer creating lush electronic driven dream pop. Atmospheric drum and synth production, echoing guitars, anthemic vocals reminiscent of artists like Cocteau Twins & Beach House.
Overgrown is the first single of the upcoming EP from post-dusk. Inspired partly from the book 'The Secret Garden' with an image of children wandering through a trail that grows over behind them as they run through it.

Goldfish Smarts - Limestone & Old Tallow     Rock 14/03/2019
Goldfish Smarts is a musical project based in Manly on Sydney’s northern beaches. Three guys, arguably past our prime, but dedicated none the less to making some sleek tunes.
This is a song about awe-inspiring, lonely, expansive, refreshing, contemplative landscapes and places...prominent along the wild coasts of Australia. There's always lots of history that define these places, both ancient and more recent. And the history is recalled in stories and landmarks and art, and remarkable people. You end up coming away from places like these changed...generally for the better!