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Archie Roach - Rally Round The Drum (feat. Paul Kelly)     Roots, First Nations, Blues 06/11/2019
It’s an exciting time for Archie Roach, who not only is releasing his memoir and album, but also just won Victorian Australian Of The Year.
On the release of his brand new memoir and album, Archie Roach presents his new single, ‘Rally Round The Drum (feat. Paul Kelly)’. ‘Rally Round The Drum’ was co-written with Paul Kelly when they toured New Zealand together in the early 90s. Now, these two giants of Australian music reunite to finally record the song together.

Mick Thomas' Roving Commission - Anything You Recognise (Radio Edit)     Folk, Roots, Country 18/10/2019
Mick Thomas has returned to Memphis with his latest ensemble The Roving Commission, which includes long-time collaborator Mark ‘Squeezebox Wally’ Wallace, along with Ben Franz and Dave Foley.
Mick Thomas and his band the Roving Commission present their new single, ‘Anything You Recognise’. ‘Anything You Recognise’ is a weighty song from a mighty album, one of the many highlights from the acclaimed Coldwater DFU. It is an ambitious, sweeping landscape piece, both personal and political in its implication.

Baby Animals - Marseilles     Rock 09/10/2019
Baby Animals and The Angels are hitting the road again, for a massive co-headline tour. And to celebrate the tour, they’re releasing a split single together.
The single sees The Angels covering ‘One Word’ from Baby Animals’ chart-topping self-titled debut, while Baby Animals deliver a blistering version of The Angels’ Face To Face classic ‘Marseilles’. ‘Marseilles’ was The Angels’ highest-charting single in the US, where it became a favourite of Guns N’ Roses, who have covered the song live.

Diesel - In Reverse     Rock, Roots 09/10/2019
Ahead of his massive Australian tour kicking off tomorrow, Diesel returns with the next installment of Sunset Suburbia, and new single ‘In Reverse’.
Diesel says, “from the moment we enter this world we are living life in reverse. There are, of course plenty of things around us to suggest different, but as the road elongates it becomes evident. Relax, enjoy the ride. Like a train ride on a reversed seat, everything looks different.”

The Angels - One Word     Rock 09/10/2019
The Angels and Baby Animals are hitting the road again, for a massive co-headline tour. And to celebrate the tour, they’re releasing a split single together.
This single sees The Angels covering ‘One Word’ from Baby Animals’ chart-topping self-titled debut, while Baby Animals deliver a blistering version of The Angels’ Face To Face classic ‘Marseilles’. ‘One Word’ was one of five hit singles from Baby Animals’ self-titled album, which spent six weeks at number one.

Archie Roach - Open Up Your Eyes     Roots, First Nations, Folk 27/09/2019
Indigenous singer-songwriter Archie Roach is one of Australia's most treasured artists. With enormous critical acclaim, Roach has performed with some of the entertainment industries top names.
Archie Roach returns with his new single ‘Open Up Your Eyes’, from his forthcoming album Tell Me Why. It was the first song Archie Roach ever wrote, in the late 1970's during a stint in a St. Kilda rehab facility. But, it has never been recorded until now.

Jimmy Barnes - I Won't Let You Down (Radio Edit)     Rock 17/09/2019
Jimmy Barnes is the heart and the soul of Australian rock & roll. His nickname, “Barnesy”, conjures up thoughts of rock music at an ear-splitting volume.
Written by The Living End’s Chris Cheney, this song provides an important counterpoint to the rest of the album. “It’s a great lyric – the fact that ‘I won’t let you down again’ means I’ve let you down in the past. That song’s about breaking that cycle.”

Ash Grunwald - Ain't My Problem (feat. The Teskey Brothers)     Blues/Roots, Rock 15/08/2019
Ash Grunwald's forthcoming album 'Mojo' document's the last five years of Ash’s life: a representation of his journey from a valley of darkness through to the glory of optimism.
‘Ain’t My Problem’, featuring renowned band The Teskey Brothers is lifted from Ash Grunwald's forthcoming album 'Mojo'.

Ash says, “‘Ain’t My Problem’ is written about the concept that comes up often when we relive old relationships, we literally re-live emotionally everything that we went through. And there is no point, it's holding you back and it ain't your problem anymore!

Ash Grunwald - Whispering Voice (Feat. Kasey Chambers)     Rock, Blues 25/06/2019
One of Australia’s finest storytellers and live performers, Ash Grunwald has released ‘Whispering Voice’, which features the unmistakable vocals of Kasey Chambers.
Written in gospel style, but by no means a gospel song, ‘Whispering Voice’ is written about that little voice inside your head. “The song is about your internal voice, maybe your ego, which is your constant friend. If that guy is being an arsehole, or being good to you, it dictates your reality,” Ash says.

Jimmy Barnes - Shutting Down Our Town     Rock 03/05/2019
Jimmy Barnes is the heart and the soul of Australian rock & roll. His nickname, “Barnesy”, conjures up thoughts of rock music at an ear-splitting volume.
You won’t find a better example of the newfound subtlety and strength in Jimmy’s voice on My Criminal Record than ‘Shutting Down Our Town’, written by Troy Cassar-Daley especially for Barnes, after Troy finished reading Working Class Boy. Jimmy inhabits the song as fully as he inhabited the place he grew up in.

Russell Morris - Black and Blue Heart     Blues/Roots, Rock, Country 14/03/2019
After six decades of touring, an album can almost write itself. But it takes a rare combination of talent and circumstances to realise that vision as vividly as Russell Morris.
Black and Blue Heart is the title track, a song of simmering tenderness and empathy, that Bernard Fanning describes as “a song for the ages”. “Russell’s been a really substantial artist for a very long time but I think that song will live on with his best,” he says.


Stephen Cummings - Mr Ripley     Pop, Blues, Rock 26/02/2019
From The Sports to a remarkable solo career, Stephen Cummings is one of Australia’s most loved and respected singers and songwriters.
Prisoner Of Love is a dynamic-sounding album. Prisoner Of Love – Stephen’s 20th solo album (excluding three compilations and two live albums) – is perfectly complemented by artwork from Jim Pavlidis.

Stephen Cummings - Then Comes Come     Pop, Blues, Rock 26/02/2019
From The Sports to a remarkable solo career, Stephen Cummings is one of Australia’s most loved and respected singers and songwriters.
Prisoner Of Love is a dynamic-sounding album. Prisoner Of Love – Stephen’s 20th solo album (excluding three compilations and two live albums) – is perfectly complemented by artwork from Jim Pavlidis.

Baby Animals - How Do I Make You     Rock, Pop 19/02/2019
Baby Animals have been one of Australia’s biggest bands since they burst onto the scene with their debut in 1991. Baby Animals spent six weeks at number one in Australia.
The summer of 1980. A teenager with big rock dreams is at her family’s Perth home, listening to one of her idols, Linda Ronstadt. Fast-forward nearly four decades, and that teenager, Suze DeMarchi, has recorded a stunning version of Linda Ronstadt’s 1980 hit, ‘How Do I Make You’, with her band, Baby Animals.

The Black Sorrows - Wednesday's Child     Blues/Roots 19/02/2019
The Black Sorrows' undulating landscape of human toil and folly can be felt throughout; joy and sorrow; love and loss.
The slow, seductive intro to ‘Wednesday’s Child’ creates the mood where you know something's coming. You can feel it; in the air, in your gut. And you don't sleep at night. The voice in your head is telling you that something is going to go terribly wrong and there's nothing you can do to stop it.

Stephen Cummings - The Wind Blew Hard     Pop, Blues 05/02/2019
Stephen is a songwriter who knows that less is more. Prisoner Of Love is tight and concise at just 10 tracks.
Stephen Cummings has released the new single ‘The Wind Blew Hard’, taken from his forthcoming album Prisoner Of Love, which is Stephen’s 20th solo album, and his first new album in five years.

Jimmy Barnes - My Criminal Record     Rock 30/01/2019
‘My Criminal Record’ looms large as an instant Barnes classic, taking everything he’s learned and everything he’s lived and pouring it out in one searing rock song.
‘My Criminal Record’ is the first new original Jimmy Barnes recording to be released in almost a decade. Co-written with legendary Cold Chisel keyboardist, Don Walker, this gritty song is the title track from Jimmy’s long awaited new studio album, which is finally due in May.

Mick Thomas - Boxing Day Drive     Folk, Blues 16/10/2018
Treasured Australian alt-folk outlier Mick Thomas and his band The Roving Commission are proud to release ‘Boxing Day Drive’, from the forthcoming EP of the same name.
‘Boxing Day Drive' is a song about a big multi-day drive on Boxing Day. It’s a glorious power-pop romp up the Great Pacific Highway. It’s mandolins, guitars, harmonies, and a nifty scenically driven lyric that puts you out there in the heat of an Australian Christmas. It’s trying to get to someone else and make things right.

Broderick Smith - Angus McMillan     Rock, Blues 09/10/2018
Broderick Smith has been making music for almost fifty years, and has been involved in the songwriting of over 200 songs.
From Man Out Of Time, Broderick Smith presents ‘Angus McMillan’. Co-written with Rob Hirst of Midnight Oil, ‘Angus McMillan’ is inspired by PD Gardner’s book ‘Our Murdering Founding Father’.

Broderick Smith - The Desert Blooms Again     Rock, Blues 09/10/2018
Broderick Smith has been making music for almost fifty years, and has been involved in the songwriting of over 200 songs.
‘The Desert Blooms Again’ is a continuation of ‘Unknown Country’ from Brod’s previous album of the same name. In ‘Unknown Country’ the character walks into an unknown wilderness trying to find some meaning, and in ‘The Desert Blooms Again’ the character returns to the town, having realised that what he was looking for was with him all along.