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Aaron D'Arcy - I Give My Heart To You     Country 03/07/2018
Aaron D’Arcy, the Multi-Instrumentalist and Songwriter behind “Jeanie” had a break-through 2016 with the #1 Radio Hit “This Cannot Be Love” Featuring Aleyce Simmonds.
His solo debut single is “I Give My Heart To You”. This upbeat song was penned on a recent trip to Nashville and was recorded and produced by Aaron D’Arcy in his own Ripon Studios in Melbourne with a little help on Backing Vocals by The Weeping Willows.

Andre Camilleri & Melbourne Gumbo - Don't look At It That Way     Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Blues 03/07/2018
Arguably Australia’s most prolific and underrated songwriter in one, Andre Camilleri blends Country, Alternative and the Blues to create unique sonic landscapes of timeless beauty.
'Don't look At It That Way' is the opening track of Andre's 29th studio album 'Dark Side Of The Honkytonk' and, as the name suggests, his most optimistic tune in a long time. It's a real toe tapper and perfect upbeat radio song. It channels a bit of George Harrison's 'Here Comes The Sun', don't you think?

Other tracks by Andre Camilleri & Melbourne Gumbo:  Imaginary Friend  -  Some Folks Always Got The Blues
Bobby Valentine - Too Many Beers     Country 03/07/2018
Bobby Valentine's career to date consists of more 'bucket list' moments than most, including sharing shows and stages with artists like Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Rod Stewart and more.
The leading single, Too Many Beers is released to radio today with a music video to follow shortly.

John O'Dea - Back In Birdsville     Country, Folk 03/07/2018
John’s music is definitively Australian and sits somewhere between traditional Australian country and folk. He is a storyteller through his music and loves every minute of it.
Back In Birdsville is the first single released from John’s forthcoming album Under A Parachilna Sunset. John wrote the song after performing at the Birdsville pub and the Birdsville races in 2016. The feedback he received in 2017 encouraged him to record the song.

Montgomery Church - Hot As Hell In Heaven     Country, Alternative Country 03/07/2018
Cielle Montgomery and James Church are ‘Montgomery Church’ - a blend of acoustic folk, americana and bluegrass influences, grown and distilled in the Snowy Mountain ranges of country NSW.
In Hot as Hell in Heaven, Montgomery Church recount the twisted tale of an ex-con, who finds the outside world to be corrupt and deceptive. Cielle Montgomery’s commanding vocal orders the listener to hang off every word. Alongside this, the spellbinding howl of James Church’s dobro and the clash of chain-gang percussion creates a raw and addictive freight train groove.

Paradise Road - Take Your Hat Off     Country 03/07/2018
Paradise Road are an exciting, emerging country rock duo.
Take Your Hat Off is a touching song written for our struggling Aussie farmers. This beautiful song takes pride in our farmers trying to get by and make ends meet.

Sam Newton - Stare Into The Dark     Country, Alternative Country, Rock, Folk 02/07/2018
Sam Newton is a Sydney-based singer and songwriter. Stare Into The Dark is his new album. File under indie/country/folk with a rock'n'roll heart.
Stare Into the Dark is a distortion-driven punch in the guts that harkens back to the golden era of Australian Rock. Sitting above a bed of tremolo guitar, organ and loud, vibing drums is an imagery-infused recount of insomnia and the anxiety that can follow when you lie awake in bed in a pitch-black room.

James Van Cooper - Passing Through     Country, Alternative Country, Rock, Roots 02/07/2018
James Van Cooper is stylish, cool and playful. There’s enough catchy hooks and twangy guitars on his debut album “Coming Home” to satisfy those that like thinking, dancing and singing.
“Passing Through” kicks along in traditional country road trip fashion, the tune accompanied by some mighty slide Lap Steel playing from Miley Cyrus player, Matt Pynn.

Liam Kennedy-Clark - Old Family Home     Country, Easy Listening 02/07/2018
Hailing from the serene Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Liam is a talented multi-instrumentalist as well as a gifted singer/songwriter.
On a run of shows last year, Kennedy-Clark set himself a challenge to write a song a day and Old Family Home was the first one to be written. It’s about an old Queenslander house on the banks of the Thompson River, which used to be home to a young family until they outgrew the home.

Andrew Swift - King of the Sky     Country, Alternative Country 02/07/2018
It seems Swift’s days of drifting may be over. Buoyed by the passionate and supportive country music scene, shore won’t ever be so far away.
Starkly personal, King of the Sky, tells the tragic tale of loss. “I was very close to my uncle when I was a kid, he filled the role of my Dad once my folks split,” Swift says. “He was a pilot and passed away in a crash when I was nine. This song is written around that memory..."

James Ellis and the Jealous Guys - Have You Ever Seen Her     Country 29/06/2018
James Ellis and the Jealous Guys is a country band from Melbourne.
“The track [‘Have You Ever Seen Her’] is pure classic country with Ellis’ voice feeling like it’s been pulled directly from the 70s.” —Timber and Steel

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Other tracks by James Ellis and the Jealous Guys:  Don't Know Where I'm Going  -  Valentine's Day
Lance Birrell - The Ballad Of Kokoda     Country, Alternative Country 28/06/2018
Lance Birrell Country/rock solo artist Based in Dubbo NSW Performs at pubs and clubs around the area and also travels interstate to various festivals throughout the year.
The Ballad Of Kokoda was written by Lance Birrell after being contacted by the president of the Quirindi RSL. The song will be the theme for the opening ceremony and to promote the Liverpool Plains Kokoda Memorial Walkway, an area from
Quirindi through to Werris Creek in NSW. The Kokoda walkway will be a major tourist attraction across the nation.


Other tracks by Lance Birrell:  Along The Beaten Track  -  Wine Wine Wine
Chalkie White - Gingerbread Man     Country, Easy Listening, Rock 27/06/2018
Chalkie White is a pure entertainer, touring and performing across Australia for the past 20 years, cementing himself in the Country Music scene with his latest album.
Gingerbread Man is about not staying in one place and not really seeking stability...embracing wherever your passion takes you.

Other tracks by Chalkie White:  BYO
The Long And Short Of It - Old School     Country, Rock 19/06/2018
The Long And Short Of It are an ARIA charting, multi-award-winning duo from Melbourne, whose superb harmonies have been described as “Honey coated chocolate”.
The Long And Short Of It are an ARIA charting, multi-award-winning duo from Melbourne. 'Old School' is their latest single release from their ARIA charting album, 'The Night Of Our Life'. It is the first duet released by Patsy & Dave and is a light-hearted song about how old-fashioned manners can win over a love interest.

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Tom Curtain (featuring Sara Storer) - Speak Up     Country 19/06/2018
Two-time Golden Guitar winner Tom Curtain discovered his passion for music while working on Mt Sanford Station in the NT.
Amy “Dolly” Everett was the victim of bullying and ended her young life at just 14 years of age. ‘Speak Up’ was inspired by the words Dolly penned before she took her own life; “Speak even if your voice shakes”.

Kora Naughton - Ride or Die     Country, Alternative Country, Pop 18/06/2018
At just 16, Kora Naughton is reminiscent of a young Kasey Chambers and is further proof that we are witnessing one of the most exciting new talents on the scene.
‘Ride or Die’ is the brand new single from rising Australian star, Kora Naughton.

It's edgy and cool and shows the youthful energy of this exceptional artist.

“I wrote this song about taking chances, doing the things you’re afraid of and living life to the fullest”.

Riordan Stewart-McDougall - Take Me     Country, Pop, Christian, Alternative Country 17/06/2018
A clever fusion of country, rock and pop - Riordan Stewart-McDougall uses storytelling to make her music unfold like a movie before her audiences eyes.
A beautiful fusion of country and pop, Take Me is about journeys with God through struggles. The song describes a journey with having God by your side, and being thankful that you are never alone.

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Other tracks by Riordan Stewart-McDougall:  Give Me My Heart
Brodie and the Oxy Clinic - Cool Cat     Country, Alternative Country 16/06/2018
Good time alt country rock 'n roll band
A song about taking up drinking for the first time

Other tracks by Brodie and the Oxy Clinic:  When I'm Engulfed In Flames  -  Rodeo
Megan Cooper - Running with Ghosts     Country, Alternative Country, Folk, Easy Listening 15/06/2018
Addictive melodies, extraordinary tales of common hearts and a natural affinity with twang, Megan Cooper’s music finds its roots in the best traditions of Americana and Australian Folk.
Running with Ghosts is the first single from the album Wild Mountain.

It was inspired by the imminent retirement of a local football hero, wanting to pass on advice to a new generation, but not yet ready to let go of the limelight.

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Rick Hart - Shine Your Light     Country, Alternative Country 15/06/2018
This multi award winning songwriter (2014 Songwriter of the Year, Australian Songwriters Association), seamlessly blends ingredients from country, soul, blues, rock’n’roll and folk to create a sound all his own.
Shine Your Light was written by Rick as a tribute to his good friend and guitarist Tom Fauvette, who passed away suddenly in late April 2018.