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Neon Tetra - Jealous Love     Indie, Pop 19/10/2019
Neon Tetra are an indie-pop group from Adelaide who have fast become one of the most popular exports out of SA. Catchy sounds, addictive live shows.
Bright and luscious = ‘Jealous Love’. Bringing together an insatiable groove with fun lyricism and melodic strength, the band are in their element and at ease on record. The dynamism of Neon Tetra is on full display with ‘Jealous Love’ - this is a band who has just kept going from strength to strength.

Great Gable - I Swear     Roots, Indie 11/10/2019
Much like Ocean Alley, Lime Cordiale and The Jungle Giants, the music of Great Gable is music to get lost in. Hailing from Perth, the band has emerged with excitement.
Perth’s Great Gable unleash the melodic and evocative ‘I Swear’. Another solid snapshot of the band’s growth and dynamism over the last year, ‘I Swear’ comes jam-packed with honesty in delivery and genuine charm to match.

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets - Mundungus     Rock, Psych 10/10/2019
“Australia’s next great psych band” - DIY
‘Mundungus’ is fiery and captures the spirit of Psychedelic Porn Crumpets in full technicolour glory. “Mundungus is the rare post tour recovery period where all our surrounding friends and family assume we’re crippled with alcoholism, burdened with lives of social estrangement and are far too disillusioned to foresee our self destructive tendencies”.
- Jack McEwan, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Vast Hill - Abagail     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop 04/10/2019
Melding perfect melodies with clever arrangement, Vast Hill are an electro-pop duo from Sydney who have become one of the city's best fresh names.
Abagail’ is another beautifully constructed synth driven soundscape. For the first time, Adin Milo takes the reins on lead vocals, his indie tone mixing effortless with Ellie Kress’ harmonies. Akin to PNAU, I Know Leopard and Olympia, ‘Abagail’ is slick and crisp pop music with a dance edge that is simply irresistible.

PRETTY BLEAK - Jawline     Pop, Indie, Rock, Alternative 03/10/2019
For Melbourne indie-electro group PRETTY BLEAK, their first single out the gate is anything but. A strong and vibrant cut of music that demonstrates the musicality of the group.
PRETTY BLEAK make a determined entrance with charged up debut single, ‘Jawline’. Developing their new music between vocalist Sam Thomas’ home studio and Homesurgery Recordings (Melbourne), PRETTY BLEAK brought engineer Jon Grace (Dear Seattle) onboard the project to add some mixing finesse to tie up its final form. Dark pop synths, soaring vocals and expert production layered throughout.

Okay Dane - God Complex     Rock, Alternative 24/09/2019
Okay Dane are a three piece rock band from Melbourne, whose tastes range from fast punked up riffs, to sludgy stoner rock. For fans of Violent Soho and The Killers.
Laden with attitude, the pacing of ‘God Complex’ makes the song instantly catchy, while the lyricism represents a more personal internal struggle. With an energy similar to the likes of The Killers, DZ Deathrays and Violent Soho, Okay Dane have formed a strong rock foundation for themselves to build on further with the Alienation EP.

GOSH - Take Me Home     Rock 18/09/2019
Wollongong are a four piece rock band who are known for a rollicking live presence and impactful songwriting across a string of indie releases.
Equal parts lamentation and nostalgic reflection, ‘Take Me Home’ revels in rich guitar and keys arrangements as the chorus explodes with chest-punching fervour. GOSH have jammed emotion in spades into their new single, a bright indicator of what is to come from Frankenstein, come its release later in September.

GOSH - Frankenstein     Rock, Indie 17/09/2019
GOSH are a four piece indie rock band out of Wollongong, making music powered by impassioned songwriting in the same vein as Gang of Youths and Boy & Bear.
The lead track of the EP, 'Frankenstein' is paced excellently by thudding guitars, melodies and a great sense of indie pop songwriting.

Other tracks by GOSH:  Miles Away
Mesmeriser - Don't Complicate It     Indie, Rock, Pop, Psych 17/09/2019
Performing together since 2013, the band have been thriving in recent years, cutting their teeth as live performers both at home and internationally creating indie rock, dream-pop infused soundscapes.
“I know you’re jaded,” vocalist Myles Fischer drawls on the track, as an indie rock arrangement swirls and punches, in a similar vein to Parcels and Catfish and The Bottlemen. A song that has been made to encourage the listener to shed the pressures and expectations put on us by the parents, teachers and those authority figures.

The VANNS - Deranged     Rock, Indie 17/09/2019
“It’s got elements that would make classic rock heads lose their mind and the indie kids swoon as well.” Triple J, Declan Byrne (‘Mother’, 2019)
Thriving on melancholic and wistful sounds, ‘Deranged’ is an ode to experiences lived in all their colours, the dark and the light. The band shines as a unit on the track, demonstrating their strength in studio as a performing unit - a strength has proven to be a steadfast hallmark of their live shows and new recordings.

The Run - Missing Out On     Indie, Pop, Soul, Easy Listening 29/08/2019
The Run are an energetic three piece from Geelong that are giving it a red hot go to make them sweet sweet tunebabies.
‘Missing Out On' captures gorgeous choral vocals in with a mix of indie and soul similar to Ruel and Lime Cordiale, to present a musical letter to the one who is not going to be keeping you down. Recording the single with Ezekiel Fenn and Michael Best, The Run emerge for 2019 with their strongest sound yet.

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Oly Sherman - Three Oh Three     Folk, Rock 28/08/2019
“A folk sensation echoing the dreamy work of Matt Corby, Boy & Bear and Josh Pyke.” - Happy Magazine
‘Three Oh Three’ is a reminder of a very specific time; “My pacemaker which I had put in two years ago would literally tick over everyday at 3:03pm and it sent me a little insane. I could basically narrow it down and describe the sensation through writing music and lyrics that I had come up with.” Oly Sherman

Other tracks by Oly Sherman:  Noir  -  Pain Free Melody
The Kava Kings - Medicine     Rock, Pop, Reggae 23/08/2019
The Kava Kings are a young band who have established a strong musical identity and audience touring across Australi, Europe and The UK. FFO Ocean Alley and Lime Cordiale.
Prime use of sparseness is balanced with a sun-kissed brand of laidback guitar work and melodic patterning

Other tracks by The Kava Kings:  Give Me Gold
YEEVS - Dancing String     Rock, Folk 21/08/2019
Since the band’s inception in 2015, YEEVS have become a captivating force on Sydney’s indie scene; emotive live shows positioning the band as ones to watch on the East Coast
The urgency of the single springs forth instantly in Bradley Cork’s distinguishable vocals, while the percussion and rhythmic progressions mirror the punch packing music by the likes of Boy & Bear, Modest Mouse and The Teskey Brothers.

Other tracks by YEEVS:  That Side  -  Common Ground
Old Cities - Postcards     Rock, Pop 20/08/2019
“It’s deep, passionate and moving. A piece of gorgeous art.” Triple J Unearthed, Claire Mooney (‘Again’, 2018)
The pacing of the track builds carefully, buoyed by White’s deep vocal and self-handled production. With the marriage of synths and percussion, ‘Postcards’ has a slightly 80’s throwback hint to it. Like artists including Bleachers, Yeasayer and City Calm Down, Old Cities creates music in a dreamy soundscape that draws the listener in from the jump.

The Kava Kings - Stars     Rock, Pop 16/08/2019
"The Kava Kings embody the sound and lifestyle of the beaches and will make you delirious with their crunchy coastal tunes." The Sunshine Coast Daily
A single that has arrived at the perfect time where we’relooking ahead to warmer hazy days ahead, ‘Stars’ from Sydney four-piece is the perfect remedy for any winter-time frump. Taken from the band’s new EP Two Strangers, ‘Stars’ is a piece of a larger puzzle that focuses on relationships and its different stages. Melodic, hearty and delivered with rich charm.

Howlite - Reducer     Electronic, Pop 15/08/2019
Howlite craft elemental, cinematic dreamscapes, marrying trip-hop with pop songwriting to create a sound that is entirely their own.
‘Reducer’ is Howlite at their most ambitious creative peak to date. Reflective and introspective, the song’s release comes at a time where Howlite are stepping further into a spotlight marked by confidence and a hungry curiosity for exploring dark pop instrumentation along with solidifying the dreamy soundscapes that have endeared them to crowds around the country.

DALLI - Blood     Pop, Electronic, Rock 09/08/2019
“He builds a dream-pop vibe of cascading guitars and harmonic synths. Dalli then rests atop this floaty musical base to lay his booming and emotive lyrics.” - AAA Backstage
"Blood’ is about sticking by someone even when everyone else has cut ties and closed the door on them. It’s for a family member of mine who I love, but have really struggled to trust and forgive over the years. It’s about learning the hardships of unconditional love.” Dalli

KG - Doin Me     Hip Hop, Pop 09/08/2019
“KG delivering that constant positivity with impeccable tone.” Triple J Unearthed, Tommy Faith (‘Come Along’, 2019)
A creative partnership buoyed by a shared love of a wide-ranging pool of musical influences, this new single highlights KG’s laid-back confidence and his comfort flexing behind the mic.

Shangrila - Fade Away     Rock, Garage, Hardcore, Grunge 09/08/2019
Shangrila find themselves occupying space in the same arena as Trophy Eyes, Slowly Slowly and Alexisonfire. One driven by raw emotion and an impulsive and addictive musical delivery.
A song that deals with the struggles of mental health and the importance of having a support network rallying for one’s growth and healing, ‘Fade Away’ strikes hard with energy and emotion powering the soaring vocals Devyn Jupp, the pulsating rhythms from Ben Ferguson (bass) and Dan Harper (drums) and the urgency of Jackson Macleod and Lyndsay Antica’s guitar work.