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Austen - Too High To Cry     Pop, Electronic 04/07/2018
Austen is a singer songwriter hailing from Brisbane, Australia.
‘Too High To Cry’ is an anthemic track from its catchy, soaring hook and tasteful pop sensibilities... it’s impossible to not hum along on first listen.

Fluir - Change     Pop, Retro, Electronic 04/07/2018
Fluir is a singer songwriter from Melbourne now based in Sydney, Australia.
'Change' showcases FLUIR’s consistency and aptitude as a songwriter, the single was co-produced with ARIA award winning producer Sam Littlemore of Pnau.

Reija Lee - Love Nobody     Pop, Retro, Electronic 04/07/2018
Reija Lee has cemented herself within the electronic music world as one half of the duo Kito & Reija and has now moved on to debut her solo project.
A welcome departure from her usual sound, 'Love Nobody' is a polished blend of nostalgia and freshness, topped off with soft, silky vocals and a melody that will stick in your head for days.

Savilian - Like That     Hip Hop, Rap, Electronic 04/07/2018
Savilian is a hip hop artist from the northern beaches of Sydney.
In essence, 'Like That' is a new wave love song that also commentates on the first person perspective and it's importance.

Spenda C - My Type     Electronic, Hip Hop, Rap 04/07/2018
Nina Las Vegas calls him “one of the hardest working DJ’s going around”. Spenda C is a bass producer from Brisbane.
‘My Type’ kicks the door in from the outset with its dancehall beat, it quickly gains pace as Miss Blanks throws down with her unique and powerful verses full of explicit and masterful wordplay. With massive moments throughout the light and shade of the crystal clear production, it cements Spenda C as one of the best doing it.

Sarah Connor - Just Breathe     Hip Hop 24/11/2017
No words are more synonymous with survival against the odds than Sarah Connor.
The title track off Sarah Connor’s debut EP delving deep into the psyche and conscience behind the pressures of making a record. Full of hope and life this is a song of comfort in the darkest of days.

Frame - Real Love     Hip Hop 21/10/2017
Mixing melodic vocals, rap, & electronic sounds, Frame carves out beautiful love songs that teach you to love yourself and everything around you.
About two people, irrespective of how they feel towards each other, holding each other back because they want different things out of love. ‘Real Love’ is a future-bass rap song, written by Frame & mixed & mastered by James Damien Angus.

Karnage N Darknis - I Love Hip Hop     Hip Hop, Rap 21/10/2017
KnD are a hip-hop duo from Alice Springs. Karnage (Tristrum Watkins)is a Western Arrernte man Hermannsburg. Darknis (Corinna Hall) is a Ngarrindjera/Kokatha woman from Raukkan, SA and Ceduna.
This song is a tribute to the 90s hip hop K 'N' D grew up listening to. They loved everything about the culture that surrounded it – the fashion, the sound, the art, the topics.

Buttah The Verbal Wordsmith - The Odyssey     Hip Hop 18/10/2017
Buttah the verbal wordsmith was raised in the dirt and the dust of Far North Queensland and is a major influence on the FNQ hip hop scene.
The Odyssey is a deeply introspective, well-crafted masterpiece of metaphorical imagery and
inspired storytelling. Anybody who listens to this song will relate in their own way and everybody
will take away something different.

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Luke Million - Come Together     Electronic, Funk 05/08/2017
Luke Million!
Vocoder and vintage synth drenched ‘Come Together’ is the lead single lifted from Luke’s forthcoming EP of the same name, to be released on August 25th.


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Jowic - Wet Floor     Hip Hop 02/08/2017
Joseph Champness, “Joey” is a hip-hop artist and athlete born on the 27 th of April 1997 in Auckland, New Zealand. Joey is the Founding owner of Record Label NarrowRoad.
The track comes across as a detox for the new comer, with an eerie melody and hard hitting beat, JOWIC explains the challenges he’s had to face in life and working professionally on his upcoming mixtape.

Carmouflage Rose - Late Nights     Hip Hop 24/06/2017
Carmouflage Rose is a Brisbane based, Zimbabwean transplant that is creating his own lane in Australian Hip Hop.
The infectious track, produced by Brisbane’s answer to Metro Boomin’; ‘James Angus, is filled with a tropical atmosphere and the signature dance-hall/reggae
aesthetic that Carmouflage Rose so eloquently brings with his unique vocals.



Downsyde - Richman     Hip Hop, Atmospheric 09/06/2017
Downsyde are an Australian hip hop group from Perth, Western Australia. The group is composed of three members, Optamus, Dazastah and Dyna-Mikes.
After long await, Perth based trio Downsyde have dropped their new single 'Richman' which has been plucked from the upcoming full-length album ClassicIll.

iiiConic - Damn. Ft. Jaylit     Hip Hop 25/05/2017
iiiConic is a 18 year old rapper from Brisbane, Australia. He was born in Ghana, West Africa in 1999. iiiConic is commonly known as one of Brisbane’s greatest weapons.
The concept of the song first stemmed from iiiConic and Jaylit brainstorming ideas in iiiConic’s room. iiiConic and Jaylit have known each other for almost 5 years at the time and because they’ve practically been through the same high school experiences.

Dos Boy - Run It Ft. Kwasi     Hip Hop, Atmospheric 02/05/2017
Dos Boy (Dane Birks) was born in Byron Bay in the early nineties. That alone says a lot about his very unique and genuine style.
'Run It' is about triumph through hardship. 

The concept is the evolution of my mindset; the transition from "running away" to "running it". 
The metaphor applies to a few aspects of my life (relationships, addiction, abuse) and I tried to communicate those in this track.

Nyuon - Old Timers     Hip Hop, Acoustic 21/04/2017
Born in Ethiopia to South Sudanese parents, and raised in Kenya, Melbourne-based Nyuon has changed the hip-hop game, in every sense.
With a soft and sombre melody, the track builds upon a feeling of empathy for the adversity he battles through personally.
“Old Timers is a personal detox for me”. Explains Nyuon. “Like a therapy session, just me getting some thoughts and emotions off my mind and my chest.”

Kirklandd - Dynasty     Hip Hop, Atmospheric 13/04/2017
Kirklandd has quickly developed a unique sound in Australian music, blending golden age hip-hop and an uplifting, alternative production style, led by Cam Bluff.
‘Dynasty’ is the opening track taken from Kirklandd’s debut EP produced by Cam Bluff, blending grand piano chords, an uplifting live choir and Kirklandd’s notably raw, personal delivery.

Jon Doe - Everything Looks So Big From Down Here     Hip Hop 12/04/2017
Jon Doe is the antagonist to his own graphic novel. He moves through his songs page to page, writing his own bildungsroman through an internal battle.
Everything looks so big from down here is me coming to terms with being human in such a vast universe, filled with infinite knowledge. It’s me accepting who I am, being proud of where I come from and having confidence in where I may end up.

Fluir - Only One     Electronic, Pop 08/04/2017
Fluir is a Melbourne based indie pop act comprising singer songwriter Siobhan Krelle and producer Jesse Marantz.
‘Only One’ is Fluir’s highly anticipated follow-up single, the song is a bold uncompromising self-proclamation of one’s infatuation with another. Fluir’s unique sound draws upon 80's influenced synths overlain by crooning yet unforgiving vocals.

Luke Million - Back to the Rhythm     Electronic, Funk 21/03/2017
Luke Million
A return to Luke’s roots, ‘Back To The Rhythm’ is a fresh take on feel-good funk, with the combination of soaring synths, guitar licks and percussion alongside Sam’s smooth vocals combining to create the ultimate jam.