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23/19 - Headcase     Metal/Punk, Hardcore 17/11/2018
This is a 4 piece band from South Australia who have seriously cut their teeth smashing out shows alongside some of the best hardcore in Australia and the world
Featuring Jack Bergin from Void Of Vision delivering a massive vocal performance on the track. Vocalist Nathan Stuckey said that "This song (Headcase) is about a toxic housemate and how living and dealing with someone you don't get along with can ruin a household."

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Affinity Minus Perfection - Voice in Volumes     Metal/Punk 17/11/2018
Hailing from Rockhampton, AMP is a five piece metal outfit whose sound falls between the pace and brutal breakdowns of metalcore, and the soaring sing along choruses of Post Hardcore.
The new single "Voice in Volumes" is about one of his first early high school projects. He pushed so hard for it and ended up pushing those who were involved further away and less interested. It was a massive learning curve on how he would approach and try to improve his interaction with those he worked with in the future.

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Inovo - The Day is Coming     Rock 17/11/2018
The three-piece Alt-Prog band based in Brisbane, Australia, who formed in 2015, are today releasing something that has been in production/the creation phase for over a year.
The band drew inspiration from The Elephant Man, in the greyscale and desaturation which matched Joseph Merrick’s disposition. Alongside that, they drew influence from the colourful scenes of Japanese film, Kwaidan, reflected emotion and story through colour - and aimed to combine these aesthetics to create a sense of surrealism in the outer-worldly, yet somehow remains oddly familiar.

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The Last Martyr - Stay Awake     Metal/Punk 17/11/2018
The Last Martyr are Melbourne's newest melodic metal sensation.
Stay Awake is about the moment, right before you hit a massive goal - where you consider giving up. I was trying to convince myself to hang in a little longer and keep my game face on. I believe when this happens, it’s the universe’s way of testing us to see how bad we want something.

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Above, Below - Beyond The Mosaic Garden     Metal/Punk 09/11/2018
Above, Below quietly started as a small bedroom project between close friends in 2015. In early January 2017 they released their debut EP ‘The Sowers of Discord’.
"It tackles the notion that sometimes we must accept what doesn’t make sense or may seem illusory in order to find a deeper truth, whether that lay within us or around us. By accepting the delusion we may often find that the truth we seek lies within the very realm we thought to be false."

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As A Rival - Coup De Main     Rock, Punk 09/11/2018
Beginning from an accumulation of bedroom demos, the plan for As A Rival was to be challenged musically and become a rival to what was on offer.
Coup De Main was written while Pete was travelling through Europe. He found himself in London at the time of the 2011 riots. Seeing how the media was depicting rioters as the enemy, when their rage was a direct response to the treatment after the shootings. It was tense in the city and things were escalating. London was aflame.

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Spectral Fires - Just A Mirage     Rock, Punk 09/11/2018
A breath of fresh air to Australia’s punk and hardcore scene, They have mastered their hardcore roots and punk rock sensibilities to shape a sound that is distinctively their own.
an upbeat, nostalgia-fuelled track with driving riffs and an unforgettable chorus hook. Vocal performances are a stand-out on the release with guitarist Harry Pratt not afraid to showcase his expansive range and vocalist Jack Jeffree seamlessly shifting between soft, delicate cleans and a passionate, melodic yell that has become a trademark of Spectral Fires’ sound.

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BLKLST - Phase     Rock, Hardcore 20/10/2018
BLKLST was founded by drummer Drue Herring and guitarist James Gracie in 2015 with later additions of vocalist Joshua Westwick and Bassist James McClurg, and finally live guitarist Evan Lee
Vocalist Joshua Westwick said that "Phase is about that one person who can influence you to do things you normally wouldn’t. Things that are ultimately bad for both of you. It’s about destroying yourself and drowning in someone’s toxic environment because of how much you care about them."

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Lese Majesty - Signs     Rock 20/10/2018
The outfit began as a creative outlet for vocalist Jodie Gibson and bassist Joel Henderson in the basement of a Sydney share house in 2015.
It is about trying to recognise cycles and repetitions occurring around us, both personally and in a wider context." Bassist and songwriter Joel Henderson explains. "In the last year or so, I've been down a rabbit hole of weird, old strange books, and documentaries, so the EP is about grappling with this ancient wisdom through the lens of current events.

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Maverick - Nothin' To Lose     Metal/Punk 19/10/2018
Maverick are a 5 piece punk/metal band from the South Eastern suburbs of Sydney. Fitting a genre isn't an option and their track history of shows is testament to that.
The song explores the concept of removing things from one's life to focus wholeheartedly on what is really important, something one learns being in the early stages of a band's life cycle. Everyone has things that act as 'Energy Vampires' in their lives and being able to identify them and effectively remove them is essential for progression.

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23/19 - Thousand Eyes (Restrict)     Metal/Punk, Hardcore 11/10/2018
23/19 are a heavy hardcore band hailing from Adelaide. Having tested the world with their Demo EP in 2016 they are now on the rise with their new single.
Vocalist for 23/19, Nathan Stuckey, said that "Thousand Eyes (Restrict) is about online bullying and how its effects can affect people’s actions in their everyday life." The track is a heavy awakening to what it is to come from 23/19

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Loose End - Jordan Street     Rock, Punk 11/10/2018
Loose End are a 5 Piece Pop-Punk/Rock Band from Melbourne. Loose End are for fans of The Story So Far, Trophy Eyes, Four Years Strong, Knuckle Puck and State Champs.
Ben Smalley, vocalist for the band, says the new track 'Jordan Street' is " ..about chasing my dreams. Like everyone I have my days where I hang over my head. I have the sleepless nights where I feel alone and ridiculous. The mornings in the car and worry about my dignity and if I'll have any left if I fail."

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AFFINITY MINUS PERFECTION - Intention Subversion     Metal/Punk 09/10/2018
Having released their self produced debut EP "Interpret As You Will" July of 2016, the band toured extensively, making it as far south as Coffs Harbour in NSW.
Intention Subversion is about "Hel", a being from Norse mythology. The lore changes slightly from source to source, but essentially the story goes that the gods deemed not brave enough upon death were sent to her realm and suffered for eternity. Lyrically and musically the song was a very different approach to what the band would usually lean towards.

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Alithia - Diamonds     Rock, Psychedelic 09/10/2018
AlithiA, meaning truth in Greek, was formed by singer John Rousvanis in 2004. The band’s momentum gathered steam, becoming a core component of Australia’s progressive rock scene revival.
AlithiA founder and lead singer John Rousvanis says the new single ‘Diamonds’is about the influences of life’s circumstances and the journey one may wish to take. It encompasses the many states of mind consciously/unconscious, in dream states, being aware of it all at once, while at the same time losing all rationality, faith, and falling into internal collapse and despair."

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Lifeblood - Oscillate     Metal/Punk, Hardcore 06/10/2018
Formed in 2015 through a shared love for bands such as The Chariot and Every Time I Die, the band quickly recorded and released their demo 'Send Me Far Away'
Clark says this new single Oscillate "is about remaining calm and collected while the world becomes more and more insane as the years go by. In 2018 it can be quite hard to switch off from world events and clickbait articles but life will always be better when you focus on you and your passions over the gossip and trash."

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The Omnific - ERIN     Electronic 06/10/2018
The Omnific is a progressive instrumental band from Melbourne, Australia featuring two bass players and a drummer. Two EPs deep and a new single on the way in October 2018.
Toby Peterson-Stewart, one of the bassists for the group, said that "The inspiration for 'Erin' came from being admitted to hospital and needing a creative outlet to cope with the stress and boredom. The story is entirely interpretive as the music can represent a variety of aspects in life."

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AlithiA - Empress     World, Psychedelic 27/09/2018
AlithiA are nomadic travellers in every sense, displayed in their extensive touring history and vivacious ‘street dog’ personality, an expression / movement of which they’re proud to have pioneered.
"We didn’t choose to make this album, but rather it was it’s own entity already in the etheric plane which chose us as it’s conduit birthing parents, in turn the writing process affected myself and the other members of the band in a extremely challenging way"

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Lifeblood - Oscillate     Rock, Hardcore 27/09/2018
Formed in 2015, the band quickly recorded and released their demo 'Send Me Far Away' and began subjecting audiences across the east coast to their particular brand of abrasive music.
"...is about remaining calm and collected while the world becomes more and more insane as the years go by. In 2018 it can be quite hard to switch off from world events and clickbait articles but life will always be better when you focus on you and your passions over the lowest common denominator gossip and trash."

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The Iron Eye - Conscience Cleaner     Rock 27/09/2018
The Iron Eye are a rock trio hailing from Brisbane, Australia. Having just returned from Tom Larkin's "Studios In The City", the band are preparing to unleash their next EP.
The Iron Eye's latest offering "Conscience Cleaner" is a frenetic 3 minutes of fuzzed-out, self-diagnosed destruction. Producer Tom Larkin described the trio's new sonic assault as sounding like "The Prodigy.. if they were a rock band." with a driving rhythm section flavoured with the tones of 90's Drum & Bass pulsating under Nick Lythall's punchy and energetic vocals.

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As A Rival - What We Got     Rock, Punk 26/09/2018
Beginning from an accumulation of bedroom demos, the plan for As A Rival was to be challenged musically and become a rival to what was on offer.
Pete Cerni, vocalist for the band, said that "It’s hard not to focus on the negative. It’s hard enough when it’s your own fight, but watching it happen to someone close to you can be debilitating and make you feel helpless. What We Got addresses the internal struggle that comes with failed attempts to try and comfort those in need"

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