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Doko - My Girl     Alternative, Indie, Rock 18/10/2019
80s new-wave indie-rock band Doko entered this world in late 2015, & quickly became a force to be reckoned with. You can expect big things from them in 2020!
‘My Girl’ is this tongue and cheek love song, reclaiming the pop clichè of boy chases girl. Sometimes directness and getting to the damn point in music is the most satisfying way to get a reaction. As songwriters it really turned the page for us, delving into the world of pop minimalism, it made us realise less is often more.

Janey - Hurts Me Like Hell     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Alternative, Indie 20/09/2019
Members Sarah and Billy Otto have been noted for their high energy and eccentric live performance, and are excited to release their debut EP later this year.
The song was birthed from a moment of disconnect with a family member and encapsulates the gravity of that moment. It has a Taylor Swift-esque beat, Ben Whincop (Panama) mixed it and our dear friend David Andrew (Gang of Youths, Jayesslee) came on the production journey to bring it to life.

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Sam Phay - At Least     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop, House 20/09/2019
Melbourne-based songwriter and producer, Sam Phay has been collaborating with some of the music world's most celebrated songwriters, producers and artists since his first writing camp in 2016. 
"At least is about self realisation. Coming to an understanding about we’re you’re at and knowing that It doesn’t matter where you are on a particular journey, what matters is that you are there at all."

Other tracks by Sam Phay:  Oracle
Ainsley Farrell - Dark Spell     Folk, Blues, Rock 23/08/2019
From her early teens until present, Ainsley Farrell has been influenced by the likes of strong female blues singers such as Aretha Franklin, Bessie Smith, and Big Mama Thornton.
Sydney-based, American born folk artist Ainsley Farrell today releases her new folk infused single, Dark Spell ahead of her BIGSOUND showcase next month.

Written about the inevitable heartbreak in the falling apart of a relationship, Dark Spell journey’s through wanting to save the other person from pain – a true testament to Ainsley’s character and talent as a born songwriter.

Rya Park - Bitch     Rock, Pop 16/08/2019
Rya Park's last two singles Tokyo and Act Your Age were spun on triple j, RRR and PBS radio. triple j Unearthed also featured Rya Park as a spotlight artist.
Bitch opens with slow, sparse and distorted electric guitar as Park sings about her vulnerabilities, anxieties and struggles with depression. Her reflections are emotion-heavy, delivered with sweetness and drawl reminiscent of early 90's PJ Harvey. But when the band kicks in Park sounds anything but vulnerable, rather, she is powerful in her self-reflection which creates a stunning, stirring dissonance.

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Yuto. - Hazy feat. SODA     Electronic, RnB, Downbeat, Chill 16/08/2019
We are brothers, who originally come from Cairns, now a Melbourne based music duo who create Indie/Electronic music.
An R&B infused electronic track, Hazy seamlessly blends the soul tones of SODA, who has received his own streaming success, with Yuto.’s signature electronic production. The duo enlisted SODA to lend their hand at something a little different to their previous releases.

Lupa J - Woman     Pop, Electronic, Dance, Techno 09/07/2019
Named by FBi's Music Director Amelia Jenner and Purple Sneakers as '2019 artist to watch', Lupa J is a proven and gifted songwriter, producer and performer.
"Woman is about the moment I realised I was capable of queer attraction after years of trying to box myself into straight relationships. I found a sense of joy & relief in the fantasy of intimacy with someone who may experience life with a body/sense of gender like my own."

Other tracks by Lupa J:  Comfort In Numbers  -  Dream
Ellery Cohen - Read Your Mind     Pop, Electronic 05/07/2019
Ellery Cohen is an alt-pop singer-songwriter from Melbourne australia, drawing inspiration from acoustic and electronic pop vibes.
Ellery Cohen's third single Read Your Mind is written both before and after a breakup, pre-empting the emotions of heartbreak that were soon followed by the event itself. Ellery is the kind of songwriter who touches on the emotional depths of love and family, Cohen writes with his heart very much open and on his sleeve.

Doko - Borrowed Time     Rock, Pop 28/06/2019
80s new-wave indie-rock band Doko entered this world in late 2015. They gigged up and down the East Coast & quickly became a force to be reckoned with.
Borrowed Time is about the state of Sydney’s live music scene, after World Bar closed (the first venue the band ever played), and the NSW government had cracked down on live music & festivals statewide. The anxiety we had about the change that was happening in our home state had a large influence on the sentiment of ‘Borrowed Time’.

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Yuto. - Lost Love     Electronic, Chill, Ambience, Downbeat 20/06/2019
A self-proclaimed electronic chill project, was born four years ago from a pure love of music production, a fascination with Deadmau5 and inspiration from Flume, Odesza and Rufus Du Sol.
Lost Love was born after brothers Daylan and Coben McDonald fell back in love with the chords of an old demo. The track was given a makeover with vocals added to become an electronic chill track that stands as the duo’s fifth single release

Lupa J - Pull Me Under     Pop, Electronic, Dance 13/06/2019
Easily Australia's most exciting writer/producer on the rise, Lupa J has been revealing pieces of her debut album 'Swallow Me Whole' set for release July 5.
"one of her darker and more club-bound singles, contrasting light, twinkling synth with a thick bass synth that seems to swallow the rest of the single (in a good way), which when combined with her soothing vocals over the top, creates an over-sensory, maximalist adventure that's easily amongst her most experimental." - Pilerats

Froyo - Out There     Pop, Electronic 10/05/2019
FROYO came to life when two misfits, Michael and Allyson turned an assignment into a live show, creating a potent-yet-palatable serving of bright and colourful synth pop.
Out There is about the anxiety you feel when you're missing someone. Initially written about a dear friend of the band who had moved overseas, the song found new meaning when this particular friend took his life in the lead up to the EP. For this reason, the entirety of Blue is dedicated to his memory.

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Froyo - Blue     Electronic, Pop, Soundscapes 03/05/2019
As Shakespeare once wrote: “it ain’t easy being cheesy”. Walking that fine line between cool and cringe is FROYO – the soundtrack to a John Hughes movie that never happened.
This is about calmly living with a problem and being content with doing absolutely NOTHING about it (which is bad, obviously). You know that comic strip of the yellow dog sitting in a room which is on fire, and then he calmly says "this is fine"? Yep. It's basically the same thing. Except here, we're happily singing about clinical depression.

Other tracks by Froyo:  Out There  -  Time To Trade
Janey - L.A.     Pop, Electronic 24/04/2019
Sibling duo JANEY have entered the sonic realm with an electronic dream-pop sound sitting somewhere between Bruce Springsteen and Haim. The Otto siblings give a high energy, eccentric live performance.
L.A. is a hook driven, synth-pop hit with pop-spiration from the Haim, Bruce Springsteen and the Killers.

The song represents the artists' struggle in the mesmerising city of Los Angeles; a melting pot of creativity where dreamers go to make dreams real. L.A. represents balancing between those two realities, where these dreams and harsh truths meet.

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Sam Phay - Hell or High Water     Electronic, Downbeat, Chill, Pop 16/04/2019
After finding success on streaming in both Australia and Europe with previous singles, writer and producer Sam Phay returns with his third single ‘Hell or High Water’.
It's the first track I wrote for the Sam Phay project and kind of paved the way sonically for the rest of the tracks. It’s about committing your whole self to someone.

Lupa J - The Crash     Pop, Electronic, Industrial, Experimental 09/04/2019
Hailed by FBi Music Director, Amelia Jenner as 'Artist to watch in 2019', writer/producer Lupa J has spent the last six months carefully unveiling pieces of her upcoming debut album, Swallow Me Whole.
Delicate and vulnerable yet driven with intention in her delivery, 'The Crash' offers listeners a glance into the internal conflict experienced by the artist as she attempts to break out of her former circumstances and explore her innate desires.

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Froyo - Heart     Pop, Retro, Electronic 22/03/2019
As Shakespeare once wrote: “it ain’t easy being cheesy”. Walking that fine line between cool and cringe is FROYO –the soundtrack to a John Hughes movie that never happened.
Heart comes as an emotionally charged synth-pop package that will see you having a good time and feeling all the feels. “Heart is about trying to do what your heart loves versus what your brain thinks”, tells Michael (vocals/keys). “In the bigger picture of the EP’s narrative, Heart is about learning to love again and embracing the things you love."

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Sam Phay - Fool     Electronic, Downbeat, Chill 26/02/2019
Drawing on electronics and synths, Sam Phay's 'Fool' is dark, textured and romantic – his vocals are rich with emotion, comparable to Matt Corby and James Blake.
Drawing on electronics and synths, Sam Phay's 'Fool' is dark, textured and romantic – his vocals are rich with emotion, comparable to Matt Corby and James Blake. 'Fool' is inspired by Father John Misty’s The Songwriter, which explores the ideology of the songwriter himself.

Lupa J - You're In My Headphones     Electronic, Pop, Dance, Techno 30/11/2018
A graduate of Unearthed High, Lupa J has proven herself as a gifted songwriter and producer.
Exhibiting a directional shift in tempo and mood, ‘You’re In My Headphones’ expresses the relief and freedom Lupa J felt after navigating through a challenging period of her life.

A dance anthem that captures the duality of joy and conflict, Lupa J’s latest single is a testament of her ingenuity when it comes to storytelling as producer, singer, and songwriter.

Sam Phay - Trace     Electronic, Dance, Downbeat, Easy Listening 17/11/2018
After performing on Triple J’s Like a Version and performing at the Sydney Opera House as part of Vivid Festival, Phay will wrap up 2018 with his debut release, ‘Trace’.
So much of my musical output and projects had previously involved these big, triumphant, vocally expansive moments that I’d really attached my musical self identity to. I like to think that this song rejects a lot of those ideas whilst still feeling like it’s me.

Lyrically, it’s about finding your way back too someone despite the distance, physically or emotionally.