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The Barren Spinsters - Can't Get A Word In     Rock, Funk, Blues 20/05/2014
The Barren Spinsters are a Canberra rock, roots, and fusion two piece that sound like a three piece.
'Can't Get A Word In' is the first track from 'The Barren Spinsters' debut EP 'Counter Culture'.

Other tracks by The Barren Spinsters:  Lost Cause Found  -  Would You Be My Slave?
The Barleyshakes - Between the Green and the Blue     World, Folk, Acoustic, Roots 28/09/2011
Award winning world music six piece the Barleyshakes are making Irish music hip again with a fresh, dancey and very contagious approach to the ancient music of the Gaels.
2011 Queensland Music award winning song for World Music . Upbeat almost sing along quality to this well crafted folk rock songwriter style song. Instrumentation includes banjo, fiddle, lots of vocals, acoustic guitar, bass, and drums.

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Other tracks by The Barleyshakes:  the Battle of Laurel Park  -  The Bathroom set
The Barebones - I Feel Fine     Rock, Alternative Country, Folk 30/09/2016
The Barebones are an alternative rock band with strong roots in melodic pop rock. They can shift between stripped-back folk to alt-country to rock n roll.
The album’s first single ‘I Feel Fine’ mixes the swagger of the Stones with a twin guitar onslaught reminiscent of the Young brothers, a triumphant rock n roll anthem about casting off self-doubt.

The Awesome - Fire Doesn't Always Burn The Wood     Funk/Soul, Acoustic, Jazz 10/02/2016
The Awesome are a dazzling duo . Mili Cifali's intricate guitar work leaves you mesmerised while her rich vocals impress. Jim Horvath complements with his velvet tones on upright bass.
Lively jazzy feel good song with funky guitar rhythm soulful vocals and lead smooth bass and interesting lyrical content. A real toe tapper!

Other tracks by The Awesome:  Dreaming Your Life Away  -  Moondance
The Audreys - Trainwreck Blues     Country, Roots 05/04/2012
The Audreys are one of Australia's highest profile alt country/roots band. April 6 they will release ‘Collected’ - a unique package containing all 3 of their ARIA award winning albums.
Train Wreck Blues is sultry bluesy roots at its best, expertly crafted by Tristan + perfectly vocalized by Taasha. The Audreys again will bewitch listeners with this gorgeous track.

The Audreys - Baby, Are You There?     Blues/Roots, Rock 28/04/2014
The Audreys are a folk-rock duo from Adelaide, Australia. They are Taasha Coates, who sings and plays small stringed instruments and keyboards, and Tristan Goodall, who plays larger stringed instruments
"This song has the honour, if you can call it such, of being the fastest written track in The Audreys catalogue. Taasha and I wrote it during soundcheck for a gig at Hobart's Republic Bar and for months it existed under the working title "Republic Bar Blues".



Other tracks by The Audreys:  My Darlin Girl
The Atlas Mountains - Kicking Goals     Rock, Alternative Country 20/11/2015
A 5 piece indie rock outfit from Perth. The new album is honest, emotional songwriting at it's best... with a hint of alt-country thanks to lead-singer Taylor’s native Tennesseean twang.
An upbeat song which, lyrically, is about dealing with depression. A dynamically diverse song with laid-back verses and punchy, heavy-hitting choruses. If you want to get "fired up" before going out on the town or playing some sport, then have a listen...

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Other tracks by The Atlas Mountains:  Gone are the Days  -  Prone to Misery
The April Family - You’re Someone That I Never Knew     Country, Pop 01/09/2016
A classic sounding group with lots of twangy guitars and Hammond organs, and the ensemble’s signature three part harmonies supporting.
The second single You're Someone That I Never Knew is a classic sounding country pop track, with lots of twangy guitars and Hammond organs, and the ensemble's signature three
part harmonies.

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The April Family - You're Just The Blues     Country, Alternative Country 18/08/2017
Sydney based Alternative Country favourites The April Family.
Whitney’s soulful vocal, weaving around Atkins’ lead electric guitar lines, over a classic country rolling rhythm provided by Carpenter, the story about the difficulties of infidelity and the delegations of guilt and blame around it show a maturity that is typical of the material The April Family continue to develop.

The April Family - One Trick Pony     Country, Alternative Country, Rock 27/08/2018
The April Family have been quietly working away, building a name and a steady body of work since forming in 2015, their sound a fusion of classic country and rock.
One Trick Pony features the soulfully twangy vocals of inimitable lead vocalist Kylie Whitney, the blistering lead guitar work of Casey Atkins and the insistent grooves and gritty production of Michael Carpenter, and was written by Whitney and Carpenter. The pointed lyrics support the narrative in the vocal, punctuated by production that seethes while building through to an explosive bridge.

The April Family - Champagne     Country, Alternative Country, Blues, Jazz 11/01/2019
The April Family have been quietly working away, building a name and a steady body of work since forming in 2015, their sound a fusion of classic country and rock.
Champagne is a playfully bitter new single featuring lead vocalist Kylie Whitney soulfully twanging about the relative merits of one of her favourite drinks when compared to her relationship history, lead guitarist Casey Atkins, and Michael Carpenter on banjo, acoustic guitar, drums and upright bass, with 3-part harmonies that have become so fundamental to the evolving sound of the band.

The April Family - Blue Had You     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 01/07/2019
The April Family have been quietly working away, building a name and a steady body of work since forming in 2015, their sound a fusion of classic country and rock.
At the end of a long writing day early in the process for album number 2, with only 20 minutes before home time, Whitney showed Carpenter this lyric concept. 20 minutes later the song was written around the finger picking exercises Carpenter had been doggedly practicing. This important song is written around the paralysing effects of depression and anxiety.

Texas Tea - Ship in a Bottle     Country, Alternative Country 21/01/2019
Indie and alternative country-soul goodness from Brisbane, Australia since 2004.
An indie country love story from Queensland country duo Texas Tea. This single is the first release from Texas Tea since acclaimed 2013 album Sad Summer Hits.

Texas Tea - I Don't Write No Sad Songs     Country, Alternative Country, Blues, Roots 07/05/2012
Alt country goodness from Brisbane Australia.
The first single from Brisbane alt country royalty Texas Tea's third album. Recorded by Magoo (Tex Perkins, Midnight Oil, Regurgitator etc.)

Texas Strangers - River Of Tears     Country 02/12/2018
Central Coast based Texas Strangers are a 5 piece county rock outfit.
Aussie country with a Nashville / Americana edge, this is a great first single from the bands forthcoming album. Acoustics twang, pedal steel and violin slides, Fender Rhodes tinkle, drums shuffle and Steve’s classic Johnny Cash style vocal telling a tale of alcoholism and abandonment but with a happy ending.

Texas Strangers - Always In The Rain     Country 01/03/2019
Central Coast based Texas Strangers are a 5 piece county rock outfit. Their forthcoming album ‘Borderline' will be released through MGM.
Having received a strong response to their first single from ABC Country, this second single from the 'Strangers’ is sure to follow onto play lists. Piano and electric guitar along with strings and slide over the top of a tight rhythm section cap off the classic Nashville style production.

Tess McKenna - Gippsland Train     Country, Alternative Country 13/11/2009
Make Me Wonder is warm, dense and speaks of love and loss, at times so sadly beautiful you can almost taste the tears.
'Her vocal skill is awesome & under appreciated, with purity of tone & an ability to handle technically difficult movements in the melody line with apparent ease…Tess McKenna is a local artist of world-class quality '
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Other tracks by Tess McKenna:  Make Me Wonder  -  The One Way
Terry Clark - Oxygen Thief     Country, Rock, Pop 19/12/2013
Country Rockers, Power ballads, perhaps even poppy crossover tunes? Whatever you make of it, this is compelling music that you’re gonna put on repeat! Enjoy Terry Clark Music
A new fresh sound that makes you wanna get up and dance and a Melody that will be in your head when you wake up ! Terry Clark is Australia's next big thing!

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Terry Clark - Christmas (I'm coming home)     Country, Rock, Alternative Country 18/12/2013
Too Country for Rock and too Rock for Country - You decide!
I've spent a lot of time working away from my family and friends chasing coin and missed out on precious moments I can never get back. I've worked with thousands of people over the years whom I'm sure can relate to my song. Enjoy and please feel free to share

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Tennessee Ham - Guy Like You     Country, Alternative Country 02/08/2019
The Tennessee Ham band is a good yarn over a hot cuppa, early morning drives down the coast and an alt-country misadventure through the small town australia.
Guy Like You is the first released single from the soundtrack of the forthcoming alt-country musical, Slaughterhouse Road. In a small coastal town on Australia's East Coast, we follow the budding romance of Tam and Jim (played by Sydney musicians Annie Hamilton and Mark Harding) against the backdrop of a jaded small town built around an abattoir.