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Birds of Tokyo - The Greatest Mistakes     Rock 21/08/2019
Formed in Perth back in 2004 Birds Of Tokyo have grown from independent roots to become one of Australia’s most popular contemporary rock bands.
‘It’s actually inspired by the same personal experience as the last single’, explains frontman Ian Kenny, ‘but it’s got the perspective of thankfully being a bit further down the road. F**k it. Shake it off. Time to move on!’

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The Presets - 14U + 14ME (What So Not + SLUMBERJACK Reset)     Electronic, Dance 16/08/2019
The Presets are Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes. The duo met while pursuing musical studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
This collaborative rework of the dancefloor anthem is concocted by The Presets, What So Not and Slumberjack.

The track begins with a battered synthesizer blooming to life, Sweeping strings and a fizzing slow build finally gives way to a tough as nails bass drop, old school rave stabs coupled with an elephantine kick drum, and evil de-tuned horns.

Alison Wonderland - TIME ft. QUIX     Electronic, Dance 09/08/2019
On the back of the huge Festival X headline announcement, Alison Wonderland releases her latest single 'TIME', with New Zealand producer QUIX.
The release of "TIME" coincides with the first of two SOLD OUT Red Rocks Colorado shows for Alison Wonderland and is destined to take the club scene by storm.

Sam Bluer - Naughty     Pop, Dance 19/07/2019
Sam Bluer is a Melbourne based singer/songwriter reintroducing pure, playful, performative pop and establishing himself as one of Australia's most exciting music prospects in the process
'Naughty' is a deliciously concocted dancefloor-ready arrangement stomps its way through taboo subject matter such as infidelity and self-sabotage and positions Bluer as an artist who makes universal pop.

Olympia - Come Back     Rock, Pop 05/07/2019
Olympia is Melbourne based artist Olivia Bartley. Fresh from stunning audiences at sold out shows across Australia, the UK, and Europe, Olympia has just released her sophomore album 'Flamingo'.
What could at first be misconstrued as a perfect summer jam, ‘Come Back’ has some of Olympia’s most evocative lyrics detailing of a desperately personal search around an impersonal city.

Meg Mac - Hope     Pop 13/06/2019
MEG MAC's debut album 'Low Blows' debuted at #2 on the ARIA Charts whilst her sophomore single 'Roll Up Your Sleeves' has over 10 million Spotify streams.
The new mini-album, HOPE, is a product of these times and her place in them. It’s a powerful set of thoughtful and at times deeply personal missives evoking complex emotions of universality; evident in recent singles ‘Give me my name back’, ‘Something tells me’ and ‘I’m not coming back’.

Kate Miller-Heidke - Ernie     Pop 16/05/2019
Kate Miller-Heidke is an award-winning singer-songwriter who traverses the worlds of contemporary pop, folk and opera.
Having a kid for the first time is an incredible rush of emotions. There’s elation, despair, gratitude, guilt, sorrow, hilarity and love. We wrote about that onslaught of often contradictory feelings. One minute you're on the verge of collapse, and the next you'll be weeping tears of joy. It’s a love so intense that it can be scary - Kate

KIAN - Telephone     Hip Hop, RnB, Pop 16/05/2019
KIAN found his way into the hearts of the Australian public through winning the 2018 Triple J Unearthed High competition.
"I think that in my adolescence I have experienced things, both good and bad. So I just want to express that for myself and get those emotions out. But also let other people relate and feel like they’re not alone.” - KIAN

Olympia - Hounds     Rock, Pop 10/05/2019
Fresh from stunning audiences at sold out shows across Australia, the UK, and Europe, Olympia has announced sophomore album 'Flamingo' expected on July 5, alongside new track 'Hounds' out now.
‘Hounds’ is a shimmering, kaleidoscopic requiem about calling someone out on their bullshit, or rather, what it means to be human; to feel and to evolve.

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Robert Forster - Remain     Rock 24/04/2019
Robert Forster is an Australian singer-songwriter, best known for his work with songwriting partner Grant McLennan, with whom he co-founded The Go-Betweens.
'Remain' is taken from Robert Forster's recent album 'Inferno'

'Inferno' showcases all we know and love about Robert Forster. Relentless, playful piano stabs, deliciously gritty guitar tones and an unmistakable vocal.

Meg Mac - I’m Not Coming Back     Pop 12/04/2019
MEG MAC's debut album 'Low Blows' debuted at #2 on the ARIA Charts whilst her sophomore single 'Roll Up Your Sleeves' has over 10 million Spotify streams.
Offering an insight into the song Meg says, “Everyone has a person in their life that’s only around when they need something. You only hear from them when they need you; they only call you when they’re down. So you pick them up and try to take a little pain away. But when you need them, they’re never around”.

Alison Wonderland - Peace     Electronic, Dance 11/04/2019
Alison Wonderland claims the spotlight once more with new single and video, ‘Peace’.
Alison Wonderland's 'Peace' coincides with a fashion collaboration with Forever 21 & Pepsi.

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The Presets - Tools Down     Pop, Dance 20/03/2019
The Presets are Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes. The duo met while pursuing musical studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
A clear fan favorite from their recent album HI VIZ, Tools Down see’s The Presets in dancefloor-destroying mode, laying down a masterclass in goliath kick drums, and ominous instructive pitched vocals. A highlight of their live shows, Tools Down comes off like the perfect soundtrack to heady night with your closest friends or a spin class on Mars.

Kirin J Callinan - The Whole of the Moon     Rock 20/03/2019
Following two albums of inimitable, challenging pop music that garnered global acclaim and marked him as entirely unique, a singular talent, Kirin J Callinan is back.
“The Whole of the Moon” is a melodramatic, heart wrenching rendition of the original, coming off as the theme song to the greatest 80s sitcom you never saw. The intro was improvised by Drew Erickson while the outro borrows from Bruce Hornsby’s “That’s Just The Way It Is.”

Birds Of Tokyo - Good Lord     Rock 26/02/2019
'Good Lord' is the heartbreaking anthem from the five time winners of APRA’s “Rock Work Of The Year” Award - Birds Of Tokyo.
“It’s the old story”, Kenny says. “You get married and you think you’re gonna live happily ever after. But one day unexpectedly you see something that literally shatters your whole world. Then you have to spend years trying to put your head and heart back together.”

Olympia - Shoot To Forget     Rock, Pop 21/02/2019
Olympia bursts into 2019, with a stunning new single, an impending world tour with Julia Jacklin, and some big international signing news.
“Shoot To Forget”, is fresh, light and loose, the sound of a relentlessly original artist coming into her own. This second single from the highly anticipated sophomore record balances Bartley’s force, melody and masterful use of imagery, while also showcasing the rock leanings introduced in lead single ‘Star City’.

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Robert Forster - Inferno (Brisbane In Summer)     Rock 15/02/2019
Robert Forster is an Australian singer-songwriter, best known for his work with songwriting partner Grant McLennan, with whom he co-founded The Go-Betweens. Robert has released 6 solo albums.
Driving music at it's very best, Inferno (Brisbane In Summer) showcases all we know and love about Robert Forster. Relentless, playful piano stabs, deliciously gritty guitar tones and an unmistakable vocal. Roberts song writing chops and effortless cool ooze through his 2019 material in the same way it did in the 1970’s. Get onboard!

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KIAN - Childism     Pop, RnB 12/02/2019
KIAN found his way into the hearts of the Australian public through winning the 2018 Triple J Unearthed High competition.
"This song is about me feeling like I couldn’t talk or express my feelings, like I couldn’t trust anyone. From being bullied to my family being split up this song resonates with me as it was inspired by the times I felt the lowest" says KIAN

Meg Mac - Something Tells Me     Pop 08/02/2019
Meg Mac’s latest single “Something Tells Me” is released to coincide with her tour which will cover North America, UK, Europe New Zealand and Australia.
‘Something tells me' was written with Sarah Aarons and produced by M-Phazes. Meg explains “I’ve made so many decisions and choices based on what other people tell me I should or shouldn't do. This song is about not doing that anymore. Trying not to listening to the people around you, trying to work out what you really want to do”.

The Money War - Home     Rock 01/02/2019
The Money War deal in dreamy atmospheric indie pop.
“Home was inspired by a series of vivid dreams I had last year. In the dreams I was talking to a family member who had passed. I’d wake from the dreams totally shaken and confused, it would take a while to realise that it was just a dream,” Dylan Ollivierre explains.