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Tkay Maidza - AWAKE FT. JPEGMAFIA     Hip Hop 16/08/2019
The unrivalled Queen of Australian hip hop is back and flexing hard.
TKAY MAIDZA returns today with a hard hitting new single, once again boasting a guest appearance from international star, from Baltimore rapper JPEGMAFIA. The single finds Tkay back to her blistering best, as her and JPEGMAFIA trade verses over a slamming trap beat and synth drones that sound like a nuclear attack alarm system signalling the end of the world.

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Mallrat - Charlie     Pop 09/08/2019
More than a year since the release of her ground-breaking EP, In The Sky, today indie-pop sensation Mallrat returns with a brand-new single, video, and news of her third EP.
The new song, ‘Charlie,’ is arguably the most heartfelt and illuminating of her career. Stripped bare, the song is largely a gentle combination of woozy piano chords and Mallrat’s subtle, vulnerable vocals – her patented lackadaisical and charming delivery style at the forefront.

Moonbase - SYD 2 LDN (Ft. Maxtsa)     Electronic 09/08/2019
Australian future bass King, Moonbase, is back with an electrifying new single and brand-new EP series.
patented dark, booming aesthetic, a mix of industrial beats, ear-bleeding drones, and a peer into the sonic dimension he reigns over supreme.

Sahara Beck - Don't Overthink It     Pop 26/07/2019
Brisbane bombshell Sahara Beck is back with a blast in her brand-new single, ‘Don’t Over Think It,’ out now via Dew Process records.
the tune offers an adrenalised shot of art-pop, chased down with Sahara’s trademark sass and swagger. Hurtling along on its glistening guitar groove and undeniable beat, it’s already proven to be a crowd favourite at shows.

Moonbase - Dummy     Electronic 19/07/2019
Already worked with Anderson Paak, Cakes Da Killa, Miss Blanks, DVNA and Merky Ace, as well as having received accolades from international outlets like Pitchfork and Nest HQ.
The new cut ‘Dummy’ is vintage Moonbase – his patented dark, booming aesthetic, a mix of industrial beats, ear-bleeding drones, and a peer into the sonic dimension he reigns over supreme.

PLANET - Never New     Rock 17/07/2019
Over the last few years the Sydney four-piece has gone from playing local pubs in their hometown to playing bigger and bigger stages across the globe, including The Great Escape
The new single is a vibrant, effervescent song. Its head bopping, tambourine-shaking rhythm instantly casts it as a live set highlight, as lead singer Matty Took’s voice soars through zooming guitar riffs and angelic synth chords that sing out like a choir, to once again reinforce that cosmic quality that is quintessentially PLANET.

Alice Ivy - In My Mind (Feat. Ecca Vandal)     Electronic 10/07/2019
Released her debut album I’m Dreaming last year and has performed with Flight Facilities, Vera Blue & The Jungle Giants, SXSW 2018, Falls Festival and Splendour In The Grass.
Featuring Ivy’s signature atmospheric and other-worldly production style – combined with the chameleon-like vocals Vandal brings to everything she touches, ‘In My Mind’ captures both artists at their electrifying best, elevating their games to a whole new realm and producing a track that is mesmerising from start to finish.

Sly Withers - Lately     Rock 02/07/2019
Following up their recent signing with Dew Process and selling out shows across the country Sly Withers today return with a brand-new track featuring fellow West Australian, Carla Geneve.
'Lately' sees Sly Withers co-frontman Jono Mata team up on vocals with Geneve to create gorgeous harmonies over the top of crunchy power chords – the two managing to float melodic petals on searing punk rock. It’s yet another anthemic cut from the four-piece, who are quickly establishing themselves as a new force in the Australian music scene.

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GALLVS - The Flood     Hip Hop 13/06/2019
Born Mo Yousif, GALLVS is yet another shining example of the beauty and artistry that grows from immigration in this country.
‘The Flood’ starts with GALLVS leaning into the influence of his hip hop hero Kid Cudi – letting his melodic vocals float over smoky piano keys. However, the song takes a sharp turn early on, quickly morphing into a more atmospheric boom, as industrial beats, future bass chords, and GALLVS’ own barking vocals take over.

Tyne-James Organ - Something New     Rock 13/06/2019
The Melbourne singer-songwriter built up an adoring fanbase by releasing unique and captivating cover songs from the likes of Childish Gambino, DMA’s, Chet Faker on his YouTube channel
The man known for wearing his heart on his tight, white sleeve has stomped hard on the pedals with the song possessing a raucous rock level that is a step up. With a chorus that would leave Arctic Monkeys or Royal Blood blue with jealousy, it’s certified to be the next big gun.

Chapel - City Lights     Electronic 12/06/2019
Enigmatic Victorian producer Chapel is back today with the release of his debut EP, City Lights, and brings with it a brand-new video for the record’s title track.
'City Lights’ picks up the neon relay baton and charges into the night at full speed. The song itself is a vibrant, colourful and cinematic experience – like a theme song for Expo ’88 composed by David Lynch.

Moonbase - Over U Feat. DVNA     Electronic 16/05/2019
Australian future bass aficionado and TRENCH Records label impresario Moonbase, today returns with a brand-new, four-track EP titled Avalanche, out now via Dew Process, TRENCH, and Universal Music Australia.
Featuring his patented dark, booming aesthetic, this new record also sees the Sydney producer expand his repertoire into the worlds of bassline, trap and UK garage, as heard on the latest single to be lifted from the record, ‘Over U’ feat. DVNA, which premiered on triple j overnight.

WAAX - I Am     Rock 15/05/2019
WAAX have reasserted themselves as one of premiere acts in Australian music today with the release of a brand-new single, ‘I Am,’ and with a sweeping, national tour.
The song still rocks and rocks hard – the guitar lines soar, the drums thump like a kick to the guts, and that quiet vocal delivery (although short) is only a fleeting moment of sweetness from DeVita before she’s back to her howling best.

Antony & Cleopatra - Why Don't You Just Call Me     Electronic 03/05/2019
Antony and Cleopatra’s two primary members, Alexander Burnett and Anita Blay have a signature sound that draws you in through repetition, rhythm and subtle melodies, leaving you craving for more.
This new track is something new for A&C, sliding away from the house music they’ve built their reputation on over the last few years, instead slipping into a sparkling disco ball banger that is purely reminiscent of classic ’90s UK dancefloor hits.

Little May - As Loving Should     Rock 11/04/2019
As they march towards the release of their long-awaited new album, Blame My Body, today Australian indie rock duo Little May today release an exquisite new single, ‘As Loving Should.’
Its composition is a contrast between beauty and brutal honesty. The music itself is velvety smooth, with a lush, rich warmth – acoustic strums, grizzly guitar leads, and vocals ripped straight from Stevie Nicks’s throat at the height of her Fleetwood Mac fame.

Sahara Beck - I Haven't Done A Thing Today     Pop 09/04/2019
After taking off with her soaring single 'Here We Go Again', Brisbane bombshell Sahara Beck is back and set to shine even brighter with her new intoxicating release.
Written on a lazy day with her brother in their family home, the song reveals a dizzying stream-of-consciousness that flits between wry observations and random thoughts about partying too much, unjudged sexuality, making mistakes and more. And yet at the song’s core lies a bright beating heart and a joyous tribute to love

Sly Withers - Sad Guy     Rock 05/04/2019
One of Australia’s most exciting, rising indie punk acts – Perth four-piece Sly Withers, consisting of members Jono Mata (guitar), Sam Blitvich (guitar), Joel Neubecker (drums) and Shea Moriarty (bass).
Starting off as a heart-on-your sleeve ballad, ‘Sad Guy’ eventually puts its foot down on the accelerator a minute in and perfectly highlights the emotive brand of music that has drawn them comparisons with the likes of The Hotelier and The Menzingers, as well as showcasing the unique sense of melody and harmony they share with Jimmy Eat World.

Moonbase - Everyday Raver (Feat. Eyez)     Electronic 21/03/2019
‘Everyday Raver’ is the first time we’ve heard from Moonbase since his 2018 grime crossover, ‘Rebound’.
a fast, dark and bass-filled track that rolls together influences from grime, hip-hop and future bass to create one huge *excuse the pun* raving track. Moonbase describes that, “Everyday Raver is my spin on a bassline sound. I started to experiment with a 4/4 vibe listening to a lot of music from producers like Royal-T, Champion and Mr Virgo”.

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NYNE - I Think You're     Electronic 14/03/2019
Mysterious Australian underground popstar NYNE today returns with her highly anticipated new single, ‘I Think You’re.’
The enigmatic Melbourne artist, who’s steadily built a reputation for making brilliant and shadowy pop gems including ‘Bad Trip,’ ‘Facts’ and ‘Keeping Up,’ now unleashes ‘I Think You’re’ into the world – arguably her most mainstream sounding release to date, while still retaining her trademark mysticism and hypnotic energy.

WAAX - FU     Rock 28/02/2019
Sold out national tours, released EPs, supported Wolf Alice, Fall Out Boy and Biffy Clyro, and played sets at Splendour In The Grass, Falls Festival, Good Things and Unify Gathering.
Boasting signature searing guitar lines and an undeniably anthemic chorus, ‘FU’ makes its biggest stand as a showcase of frontwoman Maz De Vita at her powerhouse vocal best. Meanwhile, the song’s short, sharp, one-two punch title serves as the perfect descriptor for the weight with which the music and the words land.