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The Hunter Express - Bad Line     Folk 19/06/2019
The Hunter Express is a band led by frontman, Brad Ellis. The lineup sees Matt Dixon on guitar, bassist Jarrad Brown, percussionist Tyler Campbell, pianist Olaf Scott and Pia Nesvara.
'Bad Line' is the first single to be lifted from the record. The song reflects the struggle that someone goes through when communication starts to break down between that someone you love. Trying to stay in contact, but destined to keep dropping out and away from one another.

Angie - Movement     Rock 15/05/2019
Angie is the solo project of artist and multi-instrumentalist Angelia Bermuda aka Angela Garrick.
'Movement' was born in Athens, Greece.

Angie explains "Movement is about being constantly in flux, living in between the shadow of the past and the sublime fear and excitement of an unknown future".

Angie's inspiration musically for 'Movement' is the combination of cheesy 80's power rock choruses of ELO and 90's surf / skate compilations VHS tapes.

Sun Sap - Time Enough For Love     Rock, Garage, Soul 29/03/2018
Showcasing the sextets trademark surf-soul vibes, sun-soaked guitars and intoxicating swagger, 'Sometimes, Always, Never, Maybe' EP is just what the doctor ordered.
Following the release of their scorching summer anthem "Walking Out The Door" and soul-warming "Miss Behind", the "Leisure Coasts" favourite garage-rockers Sun Sap return with "Time Enough For Love" taken from debut EP 'Sometimes, Always, Never, Maybe EP - out now.