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Vaudrey - Take Me Back     Electronic, Experimental, Classical 09/05/2016
Cellist and songwriter Vaudrey delivers a form of alternative chamber pop that is exciting audiences with a new and innovative sound
Vaudrey’s debut single ‘Take Me Back” puts a six figure, once British Royal Family owned 225 year old cello through a series of guitar effect pedals. Combining orchestral type ambience with biting electronic beats, the beautifully distorted sound of the cello and Vaudrey’s soothing voice creates a stunning soundscape.

Other tracks by Vaudrey:  Lovin'
Civil Civic - The Hunt     Electronic 27/05/2016
The return of Civil Civic will be a relief to many who have waited patiently since 2011's epic debut album, Rules. The electronic soundscape masters are back with The Hunt.
The Hunt replicates the sensation of the day after a night of sensory (and chemically) overloaded hedonism. If you feel tumble-dried after this tune then it’s entirely deliberate. It’s supposed to be exhausting:

Tomgirl - Darker Now     Rock 06/07/2016
Inspired by classic film noir thrillers, motorbike ganglands, insidious femme fatales, Tomgirl is a deadly assault of heavy guitar riffs, pounding drum beats and fuzzy bass lines;
Debut single ‘Darker Now’ is everything they promised: brash, primitive and most importantly visceral. Cherie’s vocals cover the track like a warm blanket whilst Ted’s guitar work cut through like glass, simply scintillating.

Civil Civic - The Mirror     Electronic 06/10/2016
The return of Civil Civic will be a relief to many who have waited patiently since 2011’s epic debut album, Rules. The electronic soundscape masters return with The Mirror.
With this track Civil Civic attempt to escape the laws of gravity and penetrate the mind of god. Not an easy task when you only have a couple of beaten up guitars and an early 90's rave synthesiser.

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Tomgirl - Heartbeats     Rock 21/03/2017
Inspired by classic film noir thrillers & motorbike ganglands, Tomgirl is a deadly assault of heavy guitar riffs, pounding drum beats & fuzzy bass lines.
‘Heartbeats’, second single from TOMGIRL’s self-titled LP. ‘Heartbeats’ lulls listeners into a flirtatious garage pop number on the confusing, exciting sensations of a crime world romance on the skids.

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Hyla - Swam Out     Rock, Psychedelic 07/06/2017
Pulling influences from dreampop, garage and shoegaze, Hyla is a project formed by Alex Hayes who has played and toured extensively in bands such as Abbe May and The Silents.
Dream pop at it's best. Lush vocals, wavy guitars and a heart wrenching chorus.

Cirillo - Hallway     Pop 05/07/2017
With a decade of experience writing and singing for different projects around Australia, Cirillo is ready to present the world his latest creation, influenced by electronic and acoustic inspirations alike.
The track explores the brief film of life, its fleeting essence, and how we miss each moment while dancing through the hallway of the mind.

Georgi Kay - Scary People     Pop, Electronic 15/07/2017
With a love for creating and looping electronic beats, synths and vocal chops - Georgi Kay has received multiple awards for her original work, songwriting and collaborations over the years.
Raw, honest and hauntingly beautiful melodies and lyrics weaving in-between dark, ominous, writhing layers of electronic synths, bass, beats and vocal chops – gives the tone of Scary People a brutally honest and slightly sinister presence.

Hyla - Fraction     Rock 26/07/2017
Hyla is an outfit reminiscent of shoegaze classics MBV, Verve and Jesus and Mary Chain, with a taste of newer garage rock influences such as Ty Segall and BRMC.
Featuring a call and response vocal line it's Hyla at their ferocious best. It's a slight tip of the hat to the grungier garage influences such as Ty Segall and Black Lips that chief songwriter Alex was listening to at the time of writing 'Fraction'

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Hyla - Foreign Towers     Rock 15/09/2017
Hyla is an outfit reminiscent of shoegaze classics MBV, Verve and Jesus and Mary Chain, with a taste of newer garage rock influences such as Ty Segall and BRMC.
Foregin Tower isn the most personal track off the record 'Osaka'. Lyrically its about trying to hold a relationship together whilst realising all the mistakes you've made.

Cirillo - Forward     Pop 20/09/2017
Cirillo is an Australian Synthpop artist. With a decade of experience writing and singing for different projects, Cirillo is ready to present the world his latest creation 'Forward'.
'Forward' is a track about moving on from someone that you still very much care about.

Georgi Kay - Guilty Pleasures     Pop, Electronic 01/12/2017
Georgi has won both an ARIA award, multiple APRA awards and received a Grammy nomination. Her voice has featured in numerous DJ sets worldwide by some of music’s biggest names.
The song is about falling in love with someone who, despite the deep emotional connection being mutual, is romantically tied down by another. It’s about sinking into the intensity of that connection on a spiritual and emotional level, because you are unable to explore the physical side of that bond.

Georgi Kay - Lone Wolf     Pop 20/04/2018
Georgi Kay returns with her strongest track to date 'Lone Wolf'.
"Accepting the fact that no matter how many good people you have in your life, they will never truly know and understand you as deeply and as intimately as you know yourself. What’s so funny and oddly comforting about this truth, is that we have all felt this way."