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The Perch Creek Family Jugband - Big Things Calling     Folk, Alternative Country 21/08/2013
The Perch Creek Family Jugband are a staple on the festival circuit, having traversed from dusty street corners to The Sydney Opera House, and two successful tours of Europe/UK.
First single ‘Big Things Calling’ features lush five-part harmonies over a chant-like chorus, with lyrics that hint at the melancholic, yet are uplifting and powerful in their themes of change and reflection.

The Peppercorn Queen et The Fat lambs - Peel Street     Country, Ambience, Roots 24/04/2014
After a period of self imposed exile, Jackie Marshall, aka the Peppercorn Queen has returned to the stage with a brilliant, buoyant EP.
Peel Street is the first track from the The Good People. A rolling account on live in Brisbane's West End.

Other tracks by The Peppercorn Queen et The Fat lambs:  Ode Canadia  -  The Good People
The Peeks - Postman     Folk, Acoustic, Alternative Country, Blues 03/11/2016
The Peeks. Indie folk. Melbourne. We like Fleet Foxes, Husky, Crowded House & homemade cheesecakes with hot chocolates.
Stuck in his repetitious and dull life, a postman reflects on the decisions of his past. From Liverpool to Shangri La, 'Postman' is a man, guitar and string quartet.

The Painted Ladies - Living My Life by the Days     Country, Australian Indigenous 05/11/2013
The Painted Ladies on the 5th Home Compilation.
'Living My Life by the Days' by The Painted Ladies.

The Outlaws - Good Year For The Outlaw     Country 03/09/2015
Fronted by 12xGolden Guitar-winner, multi-ARIA Award-nominee Adam Brand, The Outlaws are an all-star lineup of Australian country music’s most prolific names: Drew McAlister, Travis Collins, Matt Cornell and Mike Carr.
Hot on the heels of their debut performance at the Gympie Muster, Adam Brand And The Outlaws unleash their first single, “Good Year For The Outlaw”, taken from their highly anticipated (Jan 2016 release) debut self-titled album. The track has been heralded as the band's rock’n’roll anthem!

The New Savages - Brother, I Am Your Keeper     Blues/Roots, Alternative Country 01/02/2018
The New Savages play Melbourne Hill Country Blues. An original mix between the delta blues sounds of Mississippi, the raw sexuality of The Doors and the storytelling of Johnny Cash.
“Brother, I Am Your Keeper” is an Old Testament blues based on the story of Cain and Abel in Genesis. It is a personal, and poetic retelling, and re-imagination into the archaic folk blues form – all with a solid backbeat that you can dance to.

THE NEW GRACES - Let You Love Me     Country, Folk, Alternative 06/11/2019
You’re gonna let yourself love The New Graces. “Songs that feel like a walk along a dusty country road – evocative, warm, connected with the land and its people…”
Let You Love Me is the first sample of what The New Graces can deliver. Tuneful, warm, at times very bluntly honest. You will smile knowingly at its feeling, and find yourself singing along.

You can see and hear The New Graces affect you live at Majors Creek (November 9-11) and the legendary Woodford Folk Festival over the New Year.

The Muirs - Salt On My Pillow     Country 05/10/2016
Husband and wife duo The Muirs produce a sound that is heavily influenced by Bluegrass and Classic American country music.
Ian states, "Glennys came up with the first line and then we sat and wrote this little ditty around it. Just another love gone wrong song with a Bluegrass feel that tends to make you smile rather than cry in your beer".

The Muirs - Old Man Eyes     Country 19/10/2016
Bealiba Blues and Cruze festival said of The Muirs “Their harmonies are sweeter than honey and raw as a broken heart”.
Ian Muir states "This track was written by Jack Pledge and is one of our favourite songs. We dedicate this song to older people who still want to get up and dance".

The Mountains - Loose Jaw     Folk, Alternative Country 07/06/2013
Sun soaked with genuine country nostalgia The Mountains blur the lines between surf, folk and country to deliver well roundedwarm tracks reminiscent of the golden age of country music.
Loose Jaw is a warm fingerpicking, foot stomping song soaked in country nostalgia that will be sure to get you out of your seat. The lead single from The Mountains' debut EP, Country Doors.

The Morrison - Ruby     Folk, Country, Acoustic, Alternative Country 29/05/2017
The Morrisons are a 7 piece alt-bluegrass/folk band from Sydney's Inner West.
[Jimmy Daley] When I wrote this I was listening a lot to the Osborne Brothers and The Country Gentleman. Those bands were so good at merging the traditions of bluegrass with pop sensibility, songs like ‘Rocky Top’, ‘Matterhorn’, ‘Fox on the Run’. It’s my favourite period of bluegrass music.

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Other tracks by The Morrison:  Cumberland Plain  -  Melina
The Model School - Purple AM Radio     Country, Alternative Country 01/10/2013
Sydney 4-piece THE MODEL SCHOOL’s eclectic evolution from masters of homespun suburban pop to purveyors of widescreen rock and roll continues with their third album Backwards Down the Highway.
A wistful lament on specific childhood memories combine in a laidback alt-country song with nods to Tom Petty and The Go-Betweens with some fine violin in the outro.

Other tracks by The Model School:  Every Bed I Made  -  Backwards Down The Highway
The Mighty Kind - Sundown     Country, Folk, Alternative Country 15/06/2015
The Mighty Kind are Ash Constance and Trevor Tolton - two musical gadabouts who currently call Brisbane home. Country and folk tunes are their jam.
'Sundown' is a pretty little folk/country song that was inspired by long car rides, late night adventures and poems about Woody Guthrie.

ON TOUR
AUG-SEP
NSW/QLD/VIC

The Mid North - Rosewood     Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic, Roots 08/06/2012
The Mid North are an original rip roaring Bluegrass/Americana band from Bellingen NSW featuring banjo, mandolin, fiddle, double bass and guitar. You will be whooping and a hollering!
The girlfriend falls deeper into drugs and the boyfriend tries to take her away to a new town to save her and them.

USA band XTrain heard the demo via a friend and asked to record it on their next album.

featuring Mick Albeck on Fiddle, Jenny Shimmin on Banjo

Other tracks by The Mid North:  Pot Of Honey  -  Holy Water
The Mezcaltones - Uno Cerveza     Blues/Roots, Alternative Country 15/06/2016
The Mezcaltones comprise six experienced musicians who came together through their love of cool tones, and get down and get dirty Tex Mex sounds.
Tex Mex from Sydney aficionados, The Mezcaltones.
In true Tarantino/Dick Dale style this song is up-tempo, full of Mexican guitar vibe, sung in Spanish and even has castanets.

The Mezcaltones - Painted Lady     Blues/Roots, Alternative Country 24/06/2016
The Mezcaltones comprise six experienced musicians who came together through their love of cool tones, and get down and get dirty Tex Mex sounds.
Upbeat and dance worthy, Painted Lady is a track to get you on your feet and clapping at any background barbecue. Crooning vocals and fun guitar you won’t be able to resist this energetic song.

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Other tracks by The Mezcaltones:  Drinkin’ Gasoline
The Meltdown - Don't Hesitate     Funk/Soul, Rock, Blues, Country 17/02/2017
Melbourne based Soul/Jazz/Blues. Brought to you buy the purveyors of the finest radioactive gospel. The Meltdown. Featuring the iridescent Simon Burke. Debut LP out April 7th, 2017.
Joyous, upbeat and fiery, ‘Don’t Hesitate’ lifts us up and onto the dance floor urging us to push aside our fears and troubles and live in the moment. Blazing horns, sugar sweet backing vocals and Simon Burke’s honey voice take us back to the days of Stax and Motown.

2017 THE AGE MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Soul, Funk, RnB and Gospel Album 'The Meltdown'

The Meltdown - Colours In The Sky     Funk/Soul, Soul, Country 09/11/2016
The Meltdown. It’s a bold, brassy, twangy steam train of bumping backbeats and swinging shuffles. Then there’s that voice. Sweet as honey.
From a band known for heavy dancefloor soul, Colours In The Sky marks a change - a piece of downtempo country soul evoking big skies and long roads. This finds Simon Burke’s honeyed voice at it’s most sensitive. Shades of Otis and Sam Cooke on a twangy southern tip.

The McMenamins - Look For Me     Country, Folk, Alternative Country, Roots 23/02/2013
The McMenamins are a brother and sister duo. Drawing on alt country and folk influences, their honeyed vocal harmonies teamed with soulful mandolin and violin deliver beautiful, original acoustic music.
Up-tempo gem “Look For Me” features The McMenamins trademark sweet vocals, outstanding musicianship and charming lyrics. The first single from their upcoming album, "Sand and Stone", this track is another shining example of The McMenamins award-winning songwriting talents.

The McClymonts - Two Worlds Collide     Country 14/08/2012
Since joining forces five years ago, Brooke, Samantha and Mollie McClymont have taken the country music world by storm with their exquisite three-part harmonies, soaring vocals and stunning onstage presence.
The McClymonts understand the impact of a simple song with a lot of heart. ‘Two Worlds Collide’, the title track from their latest album is about the strength of a relationship; about how two individuals balance one another and create something special when they come together.

Other tracks by The McClymonts:  Piece Of Me  -  How Long Have You Known