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Sophie Rainbow - For Jess & Billy     Country 09/10/2018
The girl who hopes her music will be as memorable as her last name; Sophie Rainbow is a spirited performer and storyteller hailing from the country’s capital, Canberra.
Sophie Rainbow’s debut single is a heartfelt dedication to the example of love she grew up watching between her Sister and (now) Brother-in-law. ‘For Jess & Billy’ was written before the couple’s wedding in 2017 and has become a favourite among audiences ever since for it’s nostalgic and joyful nature.

BUD ROKESKY - San Francisco     Country 06/10/2018
A country singer with an edge for songwriting. With resemblance to Townes Van Zandt & Kris Kristofferson.
San Francisco

A story, a place, a time.




Other tracks by BUD ROKESKY:  Oars  -  Louie
Shanley Del & Lachlan Bryan - I've Got All The Time In The World     Country 06/10/2018
ARIA Award Winner Shanley Del and Golden Guitar Winner Lachlan Bryan team up for "I've Got All the Time In The World".
It’s been a long time between White Russians for Shanley, whose last release was an album called The Other Side in 2001, But the moment you hear her voice on "I’ve Got All The Time In The World" the space between releases will evaporate. Shanley is back.

Troy Kemp & Jayne Denham - Hung Up On You     Country, Pop, Rock 06/10/2018
Australian Country Artists Troy Kemp & Jayne Denham have paired up to record and release the catchy new “cross-over” duet, 'Hung Up On You'.
'Hung Up On You' is a song about regrets after a break-up. About a guy who has said some things he wishes he could take back and the girl that is waiting for him to do so. Think of classic duets from the past then add a modern country spin, flawless vocal performances, and a catchy hook.

Delilah Rose & the Gunslingers - Great Eastern Highway     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 05/10/2018
Delilah Rose & the Gunslingers play a distinctly Westralian brand of alt-country folkabilly. Delilah's lyrics conjure our landscape and characters with an emotional honesty and a razor-sharp sense of humour.
The ultimate driving tune, the song explores a change in season, life, space and place. As hot summer Westralian easterlies blow through your car window, Delilah’s earthy tones and Francis’s signature honey-baked harmonies sing of childhood memories while Darryn’s soaring guitar solo is laid over sweet, nostalgic organ chords.

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Michael Weaver - Won't You Dance With Me ?     Country, Folk 04/10/2018
Michael is a passionate songwriter with a deep understanding of the people he has met through his travels throughout Queensland and NSW.
Won't You dance With Me? is about a ringer who has been working for 3 months straight and finally comes to town and meets the love of his life at the dance!

Other tracks by Michael Weaver:  I'm So Lonely
Sinead Burgess - Praising God, Raising Hell     Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic, Folk 28/09/2018
Sinead Burgess is a multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter currently living in Nashville. TN. She has toured extensively in Austraila, supporting artists like Don McLean, James Bay and The Script.
"Praising God, Raising Hell" is a song of the silent heartbreak & torment of a relationship after an indiscretion.

“It’s basically when someone says one thing and does another. The complete opposite in fact. This is something that’s never easy to write about, but it had to be done.” -Sinead Burgess

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
Brendan Smoother - Gypsy Girl     Country 26/09/2018
BRENDAN SMOOTHER has made a mark for himself over the past few years as a storytelling songwriter with styles including Australiana, Bush Ballad and Alt-Country releases.
A story of “Imaginary Infidelity” at a local “Faithful Cafe”. It’s a driving song with punch from the rhythm section and ear catching hooks from a B-bender Telecaster all under the masterful production of Michael Carpenter at Love Hz Studio Sydney. Already pick out from the album by many broadcasters as a standout track.

The Long And Short Of It - When I'm Gone     Country 26/09/2018
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. 'When I’m Gone' is their latest single release from their ARIA charting album, 'The Night Of Our Life'. The song imbibes the positive message that they want to leave behind for loved ones and future generations.

Andre Camilleri - Hour Of Darkness     Country, Alternative Country 25/09/2018
Arguably one of Australia's most prolific and underrated songwriters in one, Andre Camilleri blends Country, Alternative and the Blues to create unique sonic landscapes of timeless beauty.
I've been playing this song for a while now with my band the Black Horses, and I originally wrote it to go on our our second album. That hasn't happened yet so I thought I'd better record it, in case someone else thinks of claiming it as theirs. It sounds quite different to the more straight Country Black Horses version.

Other tracks by Andre Camilleri:  Listen To Your Heart  -  Rocky Shore
Riley Catherall - Robin     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 25/09/2018
Riley Catherall is a singer songwriter from Melbourne, known for his arresting lyricism and storytelling through an early 70's style of Folk and Americana.
Patient yet arresting, Riley Catherall's 'Robin' is an ode to a lover in the form of a red-breasted bird who has their sights on far away skies. A beautiful example of a classic country/folk song, 'Robin' spotlights the partnership between surrounding lyricism and vocal harmonies from Australian music icon Kasey Chambers which help illustrate a tale of freedom and wandering.

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Carl The Bartender - Dogs & Angels     Country 24/09/2018
Carl The Bartender (Carl Murphy) Is a country singer/songwriter, travelling Australia taking his music to the people.
Dogs & Angels, was written on his parents farm in North West NSW after the recent loss of close friends and family members to unforeseen tragedies. In the midst of the grief, Carl was gifted a dog, Winnie, a miniature Australian bulldog.
The song is about moving onto bigger things without forgetting those who helped shape your life.

Liam Kennedy-Clark - Tails You Say The Same     Country, Easy Listening 24/09/2018
Hailing from the serene Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Liam is a talented multi-instrumentalist as well as a gifted singer/songwriter.
Tails You Say The Same was written after Kennedy-Clark overheard a conversation one night...in short, an older bloke said something he'd never forget and LKC immediately knew he had to turn it into a song. “I’m gonna flip this coin. If it lands heads, you tell your wife you love her, if it lands tails, you do the same”.

Simply Bushed - Wave Your Finger     Country, Folk 22/09/2018
Bringing a new perspective and a modern edge as well as original songs that have been reviewed as “songs that will very well become classics for new generations of Australians”.
A fun track about the simple friendly bush gesture of waving your finger at the driver heading in the opposite direction. It starts somewhere between Byrock and Bourke although not signposted, it is clearly understood. It usually consists of the index finger of the hand that is on the wheel at any given time.

Copperline - Woman's Touch     Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic 21/09/2018
Copperline are an alt-country band with the utmost reverence for song writing craft. They share a commitment to twang, a love of blues, and explore frontiers where these traditions intertwine.
It’s a break up song really, but not one that's all heart-break, woe-is-me and crying into your beer. It’s also a nostalgic look back at all the little things someone did to brighten up you life. Working with Shane Nicholson on this song helped us find its beating heart and release its inner twang.

Brooks & Magee - Somewhere Down The Road     Country, Country 20/09/2018
After a forced lay off for 2 years due to Bob's Heart Transplant we are finally releasing the first single from our new CD - Somewhere Down The Road
Somewhere Down The Road, words by Denise and music by Bob, was written on the way to Tamworth, which for the first time was without our daughter, who chose to do something different that year.
As we continually passed the broken lines on the highway, Denise created the words for the song.

Dianne Lindsay - Paddy's Soul     Country 20/09/2018
Mention traditional Australian country music these days and no-one is more respected than singer/songwriter Dianne Lindsay.
This beautifully written ballad tells of an early goldminer in this country – an important part of our history, interpreted and delivered with authenticity and clarity in the way that only Dianne Lindsay can do. Written by husband, Peter Simpson, with a delightful musical arrangement, this is a stand out track.

Emma Dykes - A Drink In My Hand     Country 20/09/2018
Emma sings just as she lives her life – wanting to give to others and celebrate the stories and experiences in song.
‘A Drink In My Hand’, summing up the clichéd repetition of swearing we will never drink again, and all the reasons for these promises to ourselves, followed by breaking this promise with yet another good story to tell – blamed on the alcohol.

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Errol Gray - 80k's An Hour     Country, Comedy 20/09/2018
With his politically incorrect Aussie sense of humour, Errol has his audiences in stitches with his irreverent songs and stories that reflect everyday situations and misfortunes.
Sit back and try to not get too frustrated as you follow this grey nomad couple sauntering up the highway, holding up the traffic in their brand new caravan and 4WD without a care in the world. I’m sure we’ve all followed such a couple, or we might even be that couple!