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Latest Tracks Added

Copperline - Please Don't Cry     Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic 22/08/2019
Copperline are a four piece alt-country/rock act who marry classic narrative songwriting with subtle and refined playing.
The song is a beautiful, shuffling country track that pulls on the heartstrings with some subtle, refined playing and Brad Christmas’ yearning vocal melodies.

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Hype Duo - When the Sun Comes up     Country, Rock 22/08/2019
Hype Duo have a massive aussie following with over 43,000 facebook fans, 47,000 followers and over 6,800 Monthly Spotify listeners and growing!
"When the Sun Comes Up" has already been played on TRIPLE M Sydney for their homegrown segment and has been played regularly on SWR 99.9 It has a "Country/Rock" feel that all about partying until the sun comes up, something most of us have done at sometime!

Enjoy!

Cheers

Grug and Micko

Jofi - I Wish I Never Knew     Pop, RnB, Acappella, Electronic 22/08/2019
Alternative RnB with vocal magic. Songstress and producer Jofi's music combines lush vocal harmony and minimalist electronic beats while her lead vocal and sharp lyrics stab you in the heart.
Sydney-based songstress Jofi combines vocal magic, minimalist electronic beats and a string quartet in her latest hit ‘I Wish I Never Knew’. The song appears light-hearted on the surface, but the lyrics are like a stab in the heart. ‘Sometimes pain can be overwhelming to the point where we wish we could switch off emotion and feel nothing at all.’

Leah Grant - Sirens     Folk, Alternative Country, Atmospheric 22/08/2019
Australian Gothic/Dark Folk singer songwriter from Western Australia.
Sirens was written from a place of fear and anxiety about the potential of an extreme climate disaster / nuclear war event which leaves no one unaffected and able to help.

Skrub - Casualty     Hip Hop, Rap 22/08/2019
The newest signee to Golden Era Records, Brisbane's Skrub drops his irreverent first single Casualty.
His first single he described as “Basically just me in my own head saying it’s ‘Game On’ from here. I was nearly at the point of quitting and thought, ‘nah this is all I know.’”

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Kymie - Can't Relate     Pop, RnB, Hip Hop 22/08/2019
The R&B singer's show-stopping vocals channel the emotive spirit of soul, and when you combine that with heavier, club-catering production, it makes for a mesmerising concoction.
Unstoppable Sydney R&B powerhouse Kymie (pron. Kym-mie) today unveils new single and video, ‘Can’t Relate’. Powerfully woven, dynamic lyricism oozes from Kymie's latest offering, laced with trademark ambitious and assured flair. Produced by thatboykwame, 'Can't Relate' finds Kymie exploring the darker intricacies of her developed sonic stylings, with her commanding vocals at the forefront.

Sampa The Great - Freedom     Hip Hop, Rap 22/08/2019
The rise of Sampa the Great has been spectacular to watch, having accumulated over 33 million streams collectively since her 2015 breakout, The Great Mixtape.
Premiered on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show, “Freedom” is about one of the most important talks you will ever have as an artist in this industry. It’s likely you’ll reach a point in your career where you’ll be given a choice to compromise your artistic expression. How much you’re willing to compromise is a conversation discussed in Freedom.

Mansa the Legend - Switchin Lanez     Hip Hop, Rap, RnB 22/08/2019
Recording Artist & Song writer from Melbourne.
Switchin Lanez descriptively embodies the phrase "Making moves, with or without you". Expect a lot of mood!

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Clint Bracknell - Break Loose     Indigenous, Rock, Australian Indigenous 22/08/2019
Wirlomin Noongar man Clint Bracknell is one of Australia’s hardest working Indigenous songwriters and music creators, with a career trail vastly different to most of his peers.
Break Loose, penned and performed for the film 'H is for Happiness' by Clint, features in a scene on the streets of his own coastal hometown of Albany, with an ad hoc band made up of his Wirlomin uncles. Break Loose is a call to arms for dreaming big, taking risks and shaking off the sleepy town blues.

Imogen Cygler - High Above     Pop, Electronic, Chill, Atmospheric 22/08/2019
Imogen Cygler is a singer-songwriter, performer and composer from Melbourne. She has a contemporary sound with a classic pedigree. Cygler completed Interactive Composition at the Victorian College of the Arts.
'High Above' is the moment after takeoff on a plane, when you break through the clouds and the world opens up in a whole new way. When flying, general life anxieties tend to dissipate causing a beautiful sense of helplessness and calmness. I hope that someone, somewhere discovers this song and shares this post take-off moment with me.

Imogen Cygler - Trivialise Me     Pop, Atmospheric, Chill, Electronic 22/08/2019
Imogen Cygler is a singer-songwriter, performer and composer from Melbourne. She has a contemporary sound with a classic pedigree. Cygler completed Interactive Composition at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Originally a score for an animation, 'Trivialise Me' is a contemporary art song written and performed by Imogen Cygler and produced by Robert Downie. It is a song full of hope and can be perfectly paired with a lovely sunset. It features vocals, piano, strings, synthesisers and is heavily inspired by Scandinavian artists and art songs.

John Sangster - Ripper     Jazz, Blues, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
Starting down the Spencer Street end

Other tracks by John Sangster:  The right time the right place  -  That’s it
John Sangster - Take that     Jazz, Blues, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
The good old days

Other tracks by John Sangster:  It’s a sad thing  -  Look out
John Sangster - What’s for openers?     Jazz, Jazz, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
Small big band ... Sango strikes again, blues and all

Other tracks by John Sangster:  The loper  -  The long line
John Sangster - A song for Bo     Jazz, Jazz, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
Clarinets, Len’s finger-cymbals, Bob’s plunger solo. The one where he holds the plunger just out a bit. Then the saxes, with Bob this time in the Harmon mute, and then John Costelloe. There’s a recurring motif in most of the pieces that make up this Suite; built of triplets, it tells her name.

Other tracks by John Sangster:  Little lively one  -  Little sweet one