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The Woodpickers - Bakelite Babies     Country, Alternative Country, Roots, Easy Listening 18/02/2017
The Woodpickers is a recording project of John Murphy. Over the past 20 years three CD's have been released. Turning Blue is the forth, featuring performers from the Blue Mountains.
A look at the baby boomers through abakelite radio, both yesterday and today. Vocals by Mark O'Connor.

Other tracks by The Woodpickers:  The Wish  -  Turning Blue
Hurricane Fall - How We Get Down     Country, Rock, Pop 17/02/2017
Hurricane Fall are a young and energetic rock edge country band with musical and vocal talent second to none.
Driving home their rock edge country sound, Hurricane Fall release their new single ‘How We Get Down’ - recorded at Spinlight Studio’s, and produced by the band. "We wanted to write a song that was about life on the road with your mates, playing music and having fun”.

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Other tracks by Hurricane Fall:  Love Her Right  -  Levis
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'

Alister Marshall - That Summer     Country, Alternative Country 15/02/2017
Alister Marshall is an Australian country music artist. Marshall's songs represent what is great about country music - the art of storytelling.
An easy listening country love song about a summer love story, the song is accompanied with 60s vibe guitars and backing vocals. Packed with heartfelt and honest lyrics, it is Marshall's most personal release to date.

Kiera - Forever Roam     Country, Pop 15/02/2017
Kiera is an Australian singer/songwriter who is living her dream as a musician, travelling the world and playing music.
'Forever Roam' is a song written about Kiera's life as a travelling musician. Being from country Victoria, Kiera has had to travel many kilometres for her music. Even though she now resides in Adelaide she finds herself now traveling thousands of kilometres to the US for shows.


Tinpan Orange - Hear From Me     Folk, Pop, Alternative Country, Roots 14/02/2017
Tinpan Orange are one of Australia’s most loved brother-sister outfits. With ethereal and mesmerising Emily Lubitz at the helm, joined by her brother, guitarist Jesse and violin virtuoso Alex Burkoy.
'Hear From Me' is an upbeat call to a distant lover - a plea for just a little bit more time.


Other tracks by Tinpan Orange:  Cities of Gold  -  Rich Man
Jeremiah Johnson - Cracks In The Concrete     Folk, Acoustic, Alternative Country, Easy Listening 10/02/2017
Australian regional Touring artist, support act for Harry Manx, Gomez, Donavan Frankenreiter, Angus and Julia Stone, Niel Murray, Hat Fitz & Cara, Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), The Basic's.
A Woman leaves the city and finds herself by a campfire under a mountain. The lyric "humming of the axis" refers to the Earth & is the title of the album. Whilst the album is folk and traditional blues influenced this song resolved with a Steve Kilbey feel about it.


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Other tracks by Jeremiah Johnson:  Stagger Lee (Traditional)  -  Baby Don't Lie
Jodie Crosby - Hello     Country 10/02/2017
Golden Guitar Winning Tamworth Based Singer/Songwriter, Jodie Crosby has returned with her beautiful new single - 'Hello'.
It can be tough on a child when they see their mother going through the heartache of a relationship breakup, but in the case of Ethan Crosby-Wolfe, his deep understanding of the pain his mother Jodie was going through, this song gave him an outlet for his deep emotions.

Brufield - Cream On My Apple Pie     Country, Pop, Rock 09/02/2017
Pop rockers Brufield are fast becoming one of Australia's must see acts. Following tours of Australia and the UK&I this is a band to watch out for in 2017.
'Cream On My Apple Pie' is the hilariously infectious new single from Perth pop rockers, Brufield. Mixing their usual pop sensibilities with a hint of country twang, 'Cream On My Apple Pie' tells the story of those all too familiar arguments that all couples have!

Peasant Moon - Back in Time     Country, Alternative Country 07/02/2017
Late-night folk and intimate, acoustic alt-country. Peasant Moon may sound tender and comforting but their songs often have an element of tension, with sadness and melancholy lurking beneath the surface.
'Back in Time' is a moody cautionary tale, laden with regret and empty bottles. The track propels steadily over a gently shuffling beat with shades of early Wilco and features some beautiful vocal interplay between Harvey Russell and Josie Rothwell.


Rhiannon Cooke - Gone (feat. Judah Kelly)     Country, Pop, Rock 07/02/2017
Rhiannon Cooke has seen 3 number one hits and one Top 10 hit from her EP Power of a Woman. A fantastic country/folk vocalist.
Rhiannon and Judah’s soaring vocals and tight harmonies reflect the story of loss to re-found love. Rhiannon writes for real life experience and from her heart and this song carries great uplifting emotion. A great upbeat track.

Scott Candlish - Two Feet     Folk, Roots, Country, Acoustic 07/02/2017
Scott Candlish is a Melbourne based singer songwriter now with a full band dynamic who crafts a blend of alt folk with rock and
The opening track of the EP Home Away From Home, focuses on how enriching and rewarding travel can be and the search for stability in a foreign environment.

Other tracks by Scott Candlish:  Monsters  -  Contact List
Chris Staff - Storm's a Comin'     Rock, Country, Blues 06/02/2017
Chris Staff is noted as one of Australia's best rock guitarists having played with some of the industries biggest names. Now solo as a country rock artist.
A 'Storm’s A Comin’ is a song about a gangster reflecting on the fact that he’s stuck in his criminal lifestyle.
Featuring the strong guitar driven sound which Chris is famous for and some brilliant harmonica, This is Chris’ second single from the Different Road album.

Other tracks by Chris Staff:  Different Road
Imogen Clark - Drawing Hearts     Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic 06/02/2017
Sydney singer songwriter Imogen Clark has been making a name for herself within the Australian alt-country music scene, recently being nominated for Best New Oz Artist at the CMC awards.
Imogen releases the new video for her single 'Drawing Hearts', the third single from debut album Love & Lovely Lies. With freewheeling country-rock swagger and playful 70's pop-hooks, 'Drawing Hearts' shows that Imogen isn’t afraid to embrace pop-sensibilities, marrying them to the more organic and roots-based side of her songwriting.

Other tracks by Imogen Clark:  You'll Only Break My Heart
James Blundell - Rain On The Scarecrow     Country, Roots, Cover Version 03/02/2017
Iconic Australian Country singer-songwriter, James Blundell, this year celebrates 30 years in music. He is a recipient of gold and platinum albums and ARIA chart hits.
'Rain On The Scarecrow' is the second single lifted from James' album Campfire. Originally recorded by John Cougar Mellencamp in the eighties, the track features the popular, The Wolfe Brothers. The concept of Campfire is unearthing songs with great stories and telling them the way you would around a campfire.

Bernard Fanning - Sooner or Later     Rock, Country 02/02/2017
With his solo career now spanning a 10-year period, Fanning has firmly cemented his position as one of Australia’s finest songwriters and lyricists.
In the fiddle laden 'Sooner Or Later' there’s the suggestion of perseverance through difficult situations, even when the cracks have begun to show.

Other tracks by Bernard Fanning:  Reckless  -  Wasting Time
Ellie Jane - Four Walls     Rock, Pop, Alternative Country 02/02/2017
Ellie Jane is a Brisbane-based singer-songwriter with a powerful and distinctive voice. Her musical style can be described as retro alternative folk rock with a strong blues and soul influence.
'Four Walls' is a powerful rock groove driven song that paints an uplifting message of hope to all, encouraging the listener to break down the figurative walls that stop them from living life to the full.

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Other tracks by Ellie Jane:  Wolf At My Window  -  Get It On
Paul Reid - Settle Down Boy     Country, Folk, Alternative Country, Acoustic 02/02/2017
Australian, country-folk artist Paul Reid is releasing his second EP Nowhere Towns delivering toe-tapping grooves and intricate guitar picking.
Upbeat acoustic folk tune is a peaceful ride perfect for sunny day bike rides.

Other tracks by Paul Reid:  Rivers In The West  -  Maryland
Tom Richter - Some Brighter Day     Country, Blues, Roots 02/02/2017
If it has strings Tom Richter can play it. Like a boss.
A bluesy, jangly delight, 'Some Brighter Day' showcases Tom Richter’s light, precise guitar playing and his easy way with words. 'Some Brighter Day' is the second track to radio from the compilation album Above the Blue', sales of which are donated to Beyond Blue.

Luke Collings - If You Bring The Whiskey (I'll Bring The Blues)     Country, Alternative Country, Folk, Acoustic 01/02/2017
Luke Collings is an songwriter and guitarist based in Sydney. He performs solo or occasionally with his backing group Greasy Lake.
A lament for old friends in a classic country style. Life can take us on different paths, but sometimes you need to get the boys back together, have a few drinks, listen to some George Jones, and remember what makes friendship special.