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G Flip - Killing My Time     Pop 18/05/2018
G Flip (aka Georgia Flipo) is a 24 year old singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer from Melbourne.
'Killing My Time' is a hook-filled pop statement that backs up the promise shown on G Flips debut release 'About You'. G Flip says “The story behind ‘Killing My Time’ revolves around a girl who kept distracting me from making music."

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Amelia Jenner, FBi, Sydney (NSW)

Jack Grace - us     Electronic 11/05/2018
Jack Grace has been modestly making a name for himself with his unique take on late-era UK bass music, with constructed beats, understated piano and skilful vocal cuts.
‘us’ is a soft and subtle take on late-era UK bass music. The track tells a sombre story about the demise of a relationship. With an uncanny ability to portray emotion in his productions, ‘us’ grants access to Grace's anxieties, which stem from the hardship of losing someone you love.

Other tracks by Jack Grace:  row me home  -  downstate
Gretta Ray - Time     Rock, Folk, Pop 09/05/2018
A creative individual, Gretta confesses to a fascination with human emotion, an irrepressible desire to express herself through harmony, form, and melody.
“‘Time’ is a break up song", Gretta shares. "A break up song without any sense of aggression, frustration or disagreement. It is a song of acceptance, the atmosphere of it intended to be thick with melancholy and memory.”


Yuma X - Swimming Pool     Electronic 24/06/2015
Yuma X are an electronic pop 2 piece from Sydney.
A cover of Ghouls ‘Swimming Pool’ – this is a 100% hat tip to Ghoul who were kings of forward thinking music.

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