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Howlite - Orchestra     Folk, Pop, Easy Listening, Atmospheric 05/04/2018
Melbourne's Howlite churn heavy emotions within their gorgeously crafted pop music. Alison Thom's commanding vocals hypnotise, as layered arrangements weave their way throughout with effortless charm and flair.
Gorgeous harmonies and slow burning instrumentation forms the new soundscape that Melbourne outfit Howlite have created on their latest single ‘Orchestra‘. Hypnotising and ethereal in overall sound, ‘Orchestra’ is a strong step forward from the group, led by songwriter and vocalist Alison Thom.

Nighthawk - Right Time     Rock, Pop 10/04/2018
The sounds that Nighthawk have been cultivating over the past year speaks to the path well paved by the likes of Echo and The Bunnymen, Simple Minds and even Toto.
In ‘Right Time’, we hear a band comfortably in their pocket, bringing soaring guitars together with shimmering and vibrant synth work.

KEZRA - Better Place     Pop, Folk 19/04/2018
KEZRA’s vocals are an immediate stand out on the track; breathy and hypnotic, the way this vocalist makes her presence known on record is truly beautiful.
KEZRA’s vocals are an immediate stand out on the track; breathy and hypnotic, the way this vocalist makes her presence known on record is truly beautiful. Matched up with great production from Melbourne’s Mark Zito (FRACTURES), ‘Better Place’ could not have been in better hands.

Oh My My - Animal House     Electronic, Dance, Drum 'n' Bass / Jungle, House 27/04/2018
Bringing together lush electronic soundscapes together with a hypnotic vocal quality that builds in urgency, Sydney’s Oh My My lays down an impressive debut single for 2018 with ‘Animal House’.
As a debut single, ‘Animal House’ deftly uses light and dark sonic tones in projecting emotional depth within the songwriting itself

AViVA - BRN     Rock, Punk, Pop, Grunge 01/05/2018
“The Aussie dark pop powerhouse has put forward a beautiful introduction to her recent creative rebirth on this one.” – Paste Magazine
I’m sick of people being ‘burnt’ today for being themselves- for not fitting in the boxes everyone tells us to be in. This is my f*** you to anyone who dares to put me in a box.” - AViVA

Hen - In Red     Pop, Dance, Electronic 01/05/2018
"Hen is passionate, sweet and a little bit sultry….She’s indie-pop, but the new age of the genre,reminding me why I love that style of music.” - Darren Hassan, Glam Adelaide
Vocally seductive, ‘In Red’ has a touch of X-era Kylie Minogue, while the instrumentation ensures that the song never veers from fun and catchy territory.

AMVN - Mama Don't Worry     Hip Hop, RnB 08/05/2018
AMVN is the project of Melbourne based musician, producer and creative Aman Bayatly. A talented engineer and producer too, Bayatly's work has taken him Australia wide.
Dedicated to his mother, 'Mama Don't Worry' is a bit of a love letter to the strong women who exude strength and beauty in the face of oppression and darkness. Peace and unity is at the core of AMVN's music, this new single representing the ethic beautifully.

Caravana Sun - Beauty & The Pain     Rock, Psychedelic, Roots, Reggae 16/05/2018
Beauty & The Pain is equal parts cheeky, and confident, with Caravãna Sun strutting right through the indie surf rock jam.
To achieve such sonic bliss, the band were joined in the studio by producer Steven Schram (The Cat Empire, San Cisco, Paul Kelly) who no doubt had a role to play in bringing through such a tight, hook-driven atmosphere on ‘Beauty & The Pain’.

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Club Yorke - Stop The Bleeding     Rock, Garage, Grunge, Pop 18/05/2018
Huge instrumentation meets raw and evocative vocals; this is Club Yorke.
For fans and newcomers alike to the Club Yorke fold, ‘Stop the Bleeding’ is a strong statement of intent. Heart very much on sleeve, vocalist Sam Burtt wails and implores with emotion as guitars build and percussion swells

The Terrifying Lows - Cool With It     Rock, Pop, Garage, Grunge 22/05/2018
Multi-instrumentalist Tyler Millott, creating music that shines with its own identity has been at the centre of his artistry from day one.This is his new project, The Terrifying Lows.
Electric guitar comes together with well-crafted melodic grunge that has a smooth edge felt with each listen.

Bad Pony - My Heart     Rock, Electronic, Garage, Grunge 06/06/2018
“Possessing a virulent, honest-to-god rock sound and unashamedly wearing it’s grunge influences on its sleeve, it will be an absolute treat for those attending SXSW.” - Music Insight
'My Heart’ is a stunning record opener; frenetic guitars and tight percussion come together effortlessly, while Jarred Young’s vocals here and throughout the EP have only gotten richer in range and depth.

SEVSONS - Evolution     Rock, Hardcore, Grunge, Garage 06/06/2018
Sevsons have fused the elements of modern progressive rock with tasteful hints of catchy post-hardcore and rock songwriting which makes each song a journey” - The Rock Pit
Continuing to blend catchy riffs with melodies that captivate from the onset, ‘Evolution’ is a beast of a new track; lead singer Rhys’s vocals have the same impassioned delivery fans of Karnivool and Gyroscope love, stretching in range and achieving some great highs as that chorus reaches its apex.

Hugo Bladel - Feel The Love     Electronic, Funk, Dance 08/06/2018
Tassie born, Melbourne based artist Hugo Bladel has been working on producing some lush sounds that dabble in the electronic, soulful arenas, adding his own distinctive flair into the mix.
Bringing together lush melodies with clean production that will have heads turned with ease, Hugo Bladel presents ‘Feel the Love’. The latest from the now Melbourne based songwriter puts that thumping bass line in the mix with Bladel’s smoking vocals, making ‘Feel the Love’ an instant groover.

J.F.K - Feel It Again     Rock, Punk, Garage, Grunge 15/06/2018
“Those who want a singalong melody, those who want to smash their head around and those who want to be blasted by a My Bloody Valentine-esque wall of sound" -Hhhappy
Meant to be played loud and belted out with a certain confidence and braggadocio, ‘FEEL IT AGAIN’ from Perth rock band J.F.K is the perfect antidote to anything sweet or playing it safe.

Black Bird Hum - Say You Want     Reggae/Dub, Roots, Pop, Chill 02/07/2018
Black Bird Hum are a reggae infused party, funk pop band who are taking Australia's stages by storm. They've shared stages with Arrested Development, a regular at local festivals.
Unrequited love is hard but it’s so much sweeter when you got a good soundtrack. BLACK BIRD HUM have given us that with their new single ‘Say You Want’ which draws from traditional smooth reggae vibes and a touch of 60s doo-wop to bring an altogether romantic and chill number to soothe your lovelorn heart.

Luke Carlino - MINUTE     Electronic, Hardcore, Atmospheric, RnB 03/07/2018
A popular performer and South Australian Music Award nominee, Carlino has a raw emotionality that, when combined with his layered soundscapes, creates a hypnotic experience for the listener.
‘Minute’ shines in its intricacies; whether it is in Carlino’s almost fragile lead vocal melodies, or in the electronic sonic glitches that production duo VIIV have enhanced and injected a slick flair into, the listener is introduced to 3:19 minutes of music made to be absorbed and immersed in.

Hideous Sun Demon - Antithesis     Rock, Psychedelic, Punk, Grunge 04/07/2018
“Hideous Sun Demon are an unstoppable machine, pumping out huge, crunchy riffs from every angle and barely stopping to take a breather.” - Tone Deaf
Capturing hectic riffs and frenetic percussion in a tightly produced number, ‘Antithesis’ is the dose of musical chaos from Hideous Sun Demon that will satiate the appetite of fans and newcomers alike.

Neon Tetra - River Of Love     Funk/Soul, Pop, Retro 13/07/2018
“Taking cues from the likes of New Order, Tame Impala, Pink Floyd and David Bowie, the result is a combination of psychedelic rock, pop and new wave.” - The Music
Contains Catchy Hooks and Solos. “Dan wrote a lot of tunes while listening to artists like Miles Davis, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes...the soul funk shines through with Josh’s gospel-like vocals lending them passionately to the feelings of the Motown era. The use of synth and strong grooves links the band’s more experimental beginnings with current pop tones of the music.”

Other tracks by Neon Tetra:  So Far From Me
Sometimes Sonny - Have A Heart     Pop, Roots 02/08/2018
Dave Campbell has harnessed excellent melody and vibrancy within his songwriting as Sometime Sonny. Impressive on record and live, Sometime Sonny fits perfectly in Brisbane's talented wave of indie artists.
With a knack for a hazy poeticism that wraps the listener up instantly, Brisbane’s Sometime Sonny returns with a sublime new single in ‘HAVE A HEART’. Songwriter Dave Campbell battles with the foggy memories of the night before and reflects on broken pacts and feelings of regret with this song, as swelling indie instrumentation adds further flourish.

Caravana Sun - Come Back     Rock, Pop, Folk, Reggae 03/08/2018
“Caravãna Sun let loose like a band of juiced up gypsies...most powerful when they slow things down to let the trumpet take the spotlight" - The Music
Sun-soaked indies Caravãna Sun have today announced their spirited new single Come Back. A heartfelt ode to a lost friend; a bridge between this world and the next. Come Back precedes Caravãna Sun’s sparkling new EP Silver Linings, a full body experience of a release that will encourage not only dancing and singalongs, but self-reflection as well, out September 14.