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Steve Lane - Reap What You Know     Blues/Roots, Country, Rock 19/08/2017
Steve Lane And The Autocrats present their distinctive, Australian blend of Americana, Blues, and Hook-laden Rock'n'Roll, reminiscent of bands such as Wilco, Elvis Costello and the Attractions and Paul Kelly.
The new single "Reap What You Know" started it's life as a nonsensical line to encourage the development of a melody, Lane sent the idea to Holton. "John has given me many of his poems. Sometimes the words will inspire an emotion and a piece of music will follow."

Tyran - When I Listen To The Whiskey     Country, Rock 19/08/2017
TYRAN started out in music years ago performing, writing and recording with the highly successful three-part harmony trio “DTY” performing to capacity venues after being discovered by Ian “Molly” Meldrum.
It’s a story of reminiscing about what went wrong, what’s gone and what could have been done differently, and how after a few drinks, the line between fact and fiction sometimes blurs, with the truth diluting just as quick as the ice in the bottom of that whiskey glass.

40 Thieves - Time Forgot     Blues/Roots, Blues, Rock 18/08/2017
40 Thieves write and perform strong riff based swamp and roots blues with their own modern take on how the songs behave, stretching the sonic boundaries of the Blues genre.
A bluesy rock number linking us back to the roots of blues where everyday people lament the persecution and inequality they face.

Other tracks by 40 Thieves:  Somebody Help Me  -  A Big Stand
Paddy McHugh - City Bound Trains     Country, Folk, Rock 18/08/2017
Raised in Tamworth, before moving to Sydney and now finally calling Brisbane home, Paddy McHugh is an alternative singer-songwriter who uses his music to tell a story.
City Bound Trains, consists of stories from everyday Australian life, set to a musical score that both throbs with a visceral power and gently pulsates with a calmness and tranquility.

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Scott Graham - Running From Yourself     Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Chill 18/08/2017
This all original 2017 Debut solo EP ’Into the Sun’, Scott is building a repertoire of thought provoking and catchy country pop tunes. Produced by ARIA award winner Shane Nicholson.
On one hand a melodic country tune with atmospheric vocals while at a deeper level a journey of self discovery and an exploration of masculinity in today’s culture.

Other tracks by Scott Graham:  Into The Sun  -  Little Minds
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.

Tylea - Burnt Orange Rose     Pop, Soundscapes, Atmospheric, Rock 18/08/2017
Tylea is an independent Brisbane songwriter/artist, formerly of Brisbane group, gota cola. This is her first release in 12 years since double album, 60 page discbooklet "Colour Your Insecurities" .
The track is an exploration of doubt and personal failing within in a long-term relationship which is sacred. It features: Tylea on vocals/keys, the album's producer, Jamie Trevaskis on saw/sound and Mia Goodwin on haunting vocals, Janey Mac on double bass, Dan McNaulty on drums, Scott Bromley on Trumpet.

Other tracks by Tylea:  Dark River  -  The Lake of Sand and Stone
Archer - Muhammad & Jesus / Jesus & Muhammad     Country, Blues, World 17/08/2017
wandering singing mystic or madman, fool or saint, and unknown national treasure, singer of the great open sky
simple catchy peace song

Other tracks by Archer:  Lady Beetle  -  kangaroo
Della Harris - Just A Number     Country, Alternative Country, Easy Listening, Blues 16/08/2017
Della is a singer-songwriter, wife and mother living in Melbourne but born in rural Victoria, telling real stories from her life that will resonate with anyone with a heart.
Just A Number is a light hearted dig at our ageist society and the perception and prejudice people have of artists if they aren't 16, gorgeoous, and on a reality tv show!! It's a song that empowers people to follow their dreams, regardless of their age.

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Other tracks by Della Harris:  My Bad  -  She's Still Here
A Band Called Twang - Don't Baby Me     Country, Blues, Rockabilly, Roots 16/08/2017
A Band Called Twang are injecting the well worn path of the Roots Rockabilly road with an individuality so fresh and unexpected- they are literally sweeping people off their feet.
“Stop treating me like I’m your girl, when everything you do says that I’m not.” The female lead thought her love interest was all she had dreamed of but she's getting zero effort from him.
There’s Americana Country music landscape in this rockin’ tune and the lively rhythm is irresistible.

Other tracks by A Band Called Twang:  Hurting Kind  -  Stop That Man
Karin Page - Lonely Night     Blues/Roots, Country, Folk 16/08/2017
Singer-songwriter Karin Page spent 18 months touring Australia in a caravan playing music wherever the road took her. Life on the road helped inspire Karin to write her new single.
Lonely Night sees Karin bring out a folk and blues fan favourite, under the guidance of Jordan Power (Angus and Julia Stone, Kasey Chambers) on production and mixing duties - The laid back instrumentation draws influence from Ray LaMontagne and The Waifs and floats along with Karin Page's delicate vocals.

Emma Dykes - Two Birds     Country 16/08/2017
Australian Songwriting Competition finalist, Emma Dykes.
Two Birds is about learning that you can fly using your own wings, and sometimes, we deserve that rather than relying on the broken wings of someone else. When we take the leap to fly on our own, we discover strength and courage, and this takes us to unbelievable heights.

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Paul Crowder - Baby Please     Country 16/08/2017
Traditional Country Singer/Songwriter - Paul Crowder.
In a change from the family, life and love themes of previous songs released by Paul Crowder, Baby Please is a fun, toe-tapping, plea of desperation from a man that has been left by his girl and can’t for the life of him understand what he has done wrong.

Peter Christie - God Guitars and the Open Road     Country, Christian 16/08/2017
Country Gospel artist from the Blue Mountains west of Sydney.
God Guitars and Open Road - cowritten with Allan Caswell and Roger Corbett is essentially about the connections formed by travelling musicians and their audience.

Other tracks by Peter Christie:  Two Ways To Sunday  -  If I Don't Have Love
Ralway Bell - Caught In The Crossfire     Country, Alternative Country, Blues, Roots 16/08/2017
Ralway Bell's rich guitar tones, sweet pedal steel licks, and sturdy denim rhythms are earning them a solid reputation in the West among both city and country music folks alike!
Caught In The Crossfire is the first single from Ralway Bell's forthcoming debut album 'Dear Friends'. Winner of 2017 WAM Song of The Year (Country) Award, the single was released with an accompanying clip directed by James Bogle (Whiteley) and shot by Michael McDermott (Hounds of Love).


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Other tracks by Ralway Bell:  Dear Friends  -  Take A Swing
The Sideshow Brides - Dead & Reborn     Country, Roots, Acoustic, Alternative Country 16/08/2017
The Fibbins sisters were bought up around horses, campfires and a rich tapestry of music. Crafting a unique blend of countrynoir/roots/folk music with haunting harmonies & captivating melodies.
Dead & Reborn is like wading through water on a dark, still night. Featuring three part harmonies meandering around emotive lyrics, on a raw and stripped back musical landscape. The song narrates a tale of re-emerging from the shadows, with glimmers of gained wisdom and stealth.

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Vanessa Delaine - Rainy Day     Country, Blues, Folk 15/08/2017
NZ/Australian singer-songwriter Vanessa Delaine's crossover style encompasses Blues, Country, Roots, Folk and Funk. Her musical studies covered those genres & she started performing as a child with her entertainer dad.
‘Rainy Day’ is the latest single from New Zealand/Australian singer-songwriter Vanessa Delaine. The track was penned by Vanessa on a scorching hot day when she was craving a bit of reprieve from the harsh Australian summer.

Jayne Denham - Stacks     Country, Rock 14/08/2017
Jayne Denham has built a reputation as being a dynamic high energy Country/Rock artist, writing and performing with a unique ability to tell a story that reels you in.
A hard rocking country track, Stacks is the ultimate trucking song accompanied by the strength of Jayne's vocals. Turn it up and keep truckin'!

Angus Gill - Roadworks     Country 12/08/2017
Angus is a breath of fresh air ... Unique, determined and devoted to his music career.
Roadworks is an up-beat, lighthearted single that everyone can relate to. It is also a metaphor for life because one minute you’re cruising along, everything's going fine and then all of a sudden you hit the roadworks, then you're doing well again and guess what … you hit some more.

Suz Dorahy - The One     Country, Folk 10/08/2017
Multi-Instrumentalist and singer/songwriter, Suz Dorahy.
"’The One" is the story of me since I was too young to really remember,” Dorahy explains. “But the one thing I will always remember is, my next door neighbour was a little bit older than me and we were just the ultimate best friends from such a young age.