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The Hamiltons - Comme Deux Petites Filles     Jazz 03/05/2019
The siblings can any given time they can be seen in a jazz club in London winning over audiences with their quirky jazz set.
Drawing on their beginnings in their fathers’ folk band, “Comme Deux Petites Filles” is deeply rooted in a folk tradition, harmonies that only siblings can master, dirty accordion riffs,and pulsing rhythms. This self-produced track (from a bedroom in London) evokes dirt under the fingernails topped with meliflous vocals, and a hook-laden chorus that demands that you play it again.

Stu Larsen - Whisky & Blankets (A Tu Lado) - Spanish Version     Easy Listening 01/11/2019
The Queensland, Australia-born singer, songwriter, and narrator packed up his life in a suitcase and circled the globe on a near twelve-year and five-continent international trip, as chronicled in photography and music and most significantly, his latest full-length Marigold [Nettwerk Records]
The first single “Whisky & Blankets (A Tu Lado)”pairs breezy guitar and a steady beat with a warm promise, “Darling, it’s alright. I’m not going anywhere. I want to be right by your side.”

Stu Larsen - The Loudest Voice     Easy Listening 17/12/2019
The Queensland, Australia-born singer, songwriter, and narrator packed up his life in a suitcase and circled the globe on a near twelve-year and five-continent international trip.
A light-hearted song that very relaxing and yet still has the essence of an upbeat tempo. toe-tapping or laying in the sun relaxing to this great song.

Stu Larsen - Phone Call From My Lover     Folk, Indie 10/01/2020
The Queensland, Australia-born singer, songwriter, and narrator packed up his life in a suitcase and circled the globe on a near twelve-year and five-continent international trip.
Stu Larsen embodies the message of sorrow and dispairs during a breakup in this song. The slow tempo, sensual instruments along with with his groundbreaking vocals capsules the message of the song perfectly with what it seems as effortless from Stu.

St. South - Does Your Brain Ever Get This Loud     Electronic / Beats / Industrial 24/01/2020
St. South is the moniker of Fremantle-based solo electronic/soul artist Olivia Gavranich.
Does Your Brain Ever Get This Loud is another diary entry of a release from Perth Solo Artist - St. South. After two years out of the limelight, the artists are now ready to return with a number of personal and exciting releases. The first for 2020 is some ubiquitous cafe jazz with a message of shared experiences.

Spruced Moose - One's Who Fly     Rock 15/02/2019
Five-piece Sydney based rock outfit: Spruced Moose have spent the last year writing head bopping, hip shaking tunes, fuelled by a diet of cheeseburgers, barista bros and stolen suburban mangoes.
A song about growing up, coming to realizations about yourself and life, moving forwards even if you’re scared to.

Sakr - Lost Steps     Electronic 12/04/2019
Sakr is the solo project of Sydney producer - Sam Sakr, who has worked previously on the other side of the desk with acts such as Dua Lipa.
Lost Steps is written about my relationship with anxiety and the way I let it take hold of me. The struggle of feeling alone in those anxious moments, hours, days, weeks, months and years. Where you feel like your whole body and consciousness is laying still on thin ice and even the slightest pressure shatters it.

Riley Pearce - Windmill (Acoustic)     Folk, Indie 03/01/2020
From humble beginnings busking at farmers markets and playing open mic nights in Perth, Riley now regularly sells out shows across Australia.
A beautiful acoustic piece by Riley Pearce. Showcasing his exceptional talent with the guitar, along with his sensual voice that compliments one another to create a track that will make you close your eyes, smile and sway with relaxation.

Riley Pearce - On melancholy hill     Folk, Easy Listening 08/11/2019
As a kid, Riley Pearce accidentally learnt guitar left handed while mirroring his idols on TV. From humble beginnings busking at farmers markets and playing open mic nights in Perth.
A very emotional and instrumental song by Riely Pearce expressing his love in a relationship. showcasing his vulnerability in the song with piano notes to accentuate the emotion even further. deep lyrics of intimacy makes the song a very loving and touching ballad for all listeners.

Riley Pearce - Elephants (Live)     Folk 27/09/2019
Perth based Alt-Folk artist Riley Pearce is putting himself right back in the spotlight with this weeks release of a live version of his already hugely successful track - Elephants. 
This song has always been quite an intimate song about missing family who live away from home and putting in the extra effort to stay involved in each others lives. It only felt right to create a more stripped back version of the song. - Riley Pearce

Riley Pearce - Brave (Acoustic)     Folk 19/07/2019
From humble beginnings busking at farmers markets and playing open mic nights in Perth, alt-folk artist Riley Pearce is now selling out shows across Australia, winning awards and touring internationally.
A song so reflective and warm that it takes you to a room with leather furniture, a soft brown rug and a glass coffee table, once the saxophone comes in the fire place ignites and you are transported into relaxation and pure emotion.

Riley Pearce - Rewind (Acoustic)     Folk, Indie, Easy Listening 24/01/2020
Australia alt-folk artist with chilled-out, coastal acoustics.
A feel good and subtle acoustic piece. Rileys warm vocals uniquely merge with the soft piano and folky guitar.

Other tracks by Riley Pearce:  Elephants (Live)
Peta Mai - Fire     Country, Pop, RnB, Rock 28/09/2018
Inspired by country, rock and R&B, Peta Mai blends driven grooves with soaring melodies and classic instrumentation for a bold sound that's rich and engrossing, without sacrificing catchiness or mass-appeal.
‘Where there’s smoke there’s always fire’. As people, we seem to love investing in the wrong person and ignore all warning signs. I’ve always felt connected to fire as a symbol - it’s mesmerising, but if you get too close, it’ll burn you. This song is about the push and pull between the fantasy and reality of a toxic relationship.

Other tracks by Peta Mai:  We Could’ve Been More  -  Thank You For Goodbye
Peta Mai - After You     Country, Pop 24/08/2018
Peta Mai has a soulful voice, narrative lyrics and stirring musicality. She has shared the stage with Keith Urban and established herself as a fixture in the country music scene.
'After You' was written in Nashville with a couple of Peta Mai's favourite local writers, Caleb Lovely and Quinn Loggins.

Ninoosh - Rage     Electronic / Beats / Industrial 30/10/2019
Intense sound sculptor Ninoosh is launching her debut album Floodgates on October 25 with a single launching each day in the week leading up to the release
Written after the #metoo movement, Rage is a big club track with heavy bass lines and intense vocals - Feel the Rage!

LIV LI - Under My Skin     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial 08/11/2019
LIV LI is the alter ego of The Voice finalist, Amber Nichols. Known for her emotive vocals, this reincarnation see's her swapping the piano and guitar for beats and synths
LIV LI Amidst the crisp, layered production, the off-kilter electronica and the surprising hooks, there’s one common denominator: LIV LI’s unmistakable voice. Both pure and powerful at the same time, it’s the sound of an assured artist.

“Under My Skin is a reminder of the fragility and excitement of a new relationship and how intoxicating it can be."

Liv Li - Told You     Pop 14/06/2019
Emerging from the Nation’s Capital is LIV LI . An electronic pop act with a devastatingly haunting vocal.
Told you is about being in a controlling relationship and finally taking a stand. Taking back that power.

It's an acknowledgement of her bravery in taking back that control and power in her life and having the courage to move on. And finally having that last damn word!

Jaguar Jonze - Kill me with your love     Indie, Alternative 08/11/2019
Everything I do stems from the need for dialogue Jaguar being an internal dialogue with my subconscious, Spectator being an external dialogue with others on mental health and the mind.
Kill Me With Your Love is about toxic love, and how damaging it can be, but it’s also about not knowing any other kind of love in your life and how you fall back into that trap of toxicity again and again and again.

It is a song with rock considerations infused with dance rhythms and Western guitar sounds drawing from 90s grunge and modern indie making it a perfect mix of nostalgic and excitingly innovating.

Jaguar Jonze - Beijing Baby     Electronic 23/08/2019
Life-changing serendipity happens only to a chosen few. And that moment took musician-artist Deena Lynch by surprise, while playing an Iggy Pop tribute night in her native Brisbane, Australia.
It’s technically about those who hide behind their privilege, but also nods to Deena’s multicultural roots: Mom is Taiwanese, and Dad is Australian. After her parents split (and complicated citizenship issues), her mother moved to Taiwan, her father stayed in Japan, and seven-year-old Deena was moved to Australia.

Jade MacRae - Up Above Your Head     Funk/Soul 23/08/2019
Jade MacRae is a 3 X Aria nominee, multiple ARIA award winner. This is Jade’s first single under her own name since 2008
Written in September 2018 following a particularly volatile and unstable time on the Australian political landscape. It was a way for me to express my frustrations, and channel those feelings into a song which encourages people to get involved in their local community and to be heard, but also to keep their spirits up in the face of hard times.