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Motez - Steady Motion feat. Kwaye     Electronic, Dance 15/02/2019
Motez’ soundscape pushes the boundaries of your regular house producer, going way back before he was making wholesome, wall-to-wall club cuts and rocking festivals stages.
A master of melding electronica and clever melodies into dance-inducing rhythms, "Steady Motion" is an affectionate nod to classic house as a funk-driven bassline and drum section collectively build over time. Featuring the grandeur vocal stylings of Kwaye, they provide an honest commentary on the helplessness one can feel when stuck in a seeming rut, trying to break free.

Nightingale - Thrill     Electronic, Downbeat, Pop, Electronic 15/02/2019
Melbourne based producer Nightingale is a solo act emerging from Melbourne’s electronic music scene. Inspired by the sounds of Flume, Sbtrkt, and Ta-ku.
This song is inspired by unhealthy relationships/habits/actions. Objectively, we know that these things are not helpful to us yet we keep it and perpetuate it. It is an identifiable topic to all. The dark and brooding sounds in the song provide the foundation for the lyrics that speak on the complexities we think of when we reflect on the matter.

Ninajirachi - Human feat. Freya Staer     Electronic, Dance 15/02/2019
Named an “Artist To Watch” by Purple Sneakers and an “Act That Will Shape Australian Music” by Junkee, Ninajirachi has garnered widespread acclaim from both her fans and the industry.
“Human” featuring Nina’s frequent collaborator and childhood friend, Freya Staer, draws closer attention to the pairs collective growth, with Freya’s vocals now one with Nina’s sonic identity. The track experiments with push and pull, focussing on glimmering beats and quickly shifting to a playful, percussion-driven chorus.

Paul Mac - Cataplexy     Electronic, Dance 15/02/2019
As Australian dance music royalty, Paul Mac has touched every corner of the nation’s scene, with composer, songwriter, musician, sound designer and producer credits under his belt.
Built on treated firework recordings by Paul himself, “Cataplexy” represents a new direction Mac is taking in his production, finding unique sounds in previously untouched territory. Coupling the fast paced BPM with the softness of synthesised key melodies, the track is reminiscent of 90s rave, as indulging trance elements help wash over a feeling of contentment from start to finish.

PRISCILLA - Feeling Higher     Electronic, Pop, Dance 15/02/2019
Perth pop duo PRISCILLA, brainchild of Luke and Priscilla brands an eclectic fusion of feel-good riffs, party drums and limitless vocals.
After a massive debut year, electro-pop duo Priscilla are launching into a full-paced marched with their new single Feeling Higher; a dancing beat that says, 'stop wasting time and just bloody go for it!'.

Bradley Stone - Over Your Shoulder     Electronic, Chill, Easy Listening, Ambience 14/02/2019
Having comparisons made to Matt Corby and Jeff Buckley, Byron Bay singer-songwriter Bradley Stone’s latest single ‘Over Your Shoulder’ is the first track from his forthcoming EP.
‘Over Your Shoulder’ showcases Bradley Stone’s soulful vocals, with a raw performance and sparse instrumentation. The introspective lyrics and exquisite instrumentation mark the next step in this young musician’s journey to artistic maturity. Reaching deep into his own experiences, this piece turned into "an ethereal manifestation, painting a picture of life, during the time when one must move on".

Danny Barwick - Room 201     Electronic, Experimental 14/02/2019
Danny Barwick is a producer, multi-instrumentalist, and singer from Melbourne. He began his career in 2012 as a drummer, recording and touring for many projects before turning to electronic production.
The second single off Danny Barwick's sophomore EP, The Tigers, due for release on March 14th.

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Machine Age - Dust     Electronic, Rock 14/02/2019
Machine age has crafted his unique songwriting and production style to precision in his latest single 'Dust', the first teasing taste from his upcoming debut album "Point of Departure".
Machine Age has warped styles and sounds in a direction that has surprised and excited audiences for years, but 2019 see's that signature sound honed to a precision in new single 'Dust'; a reflection on the shallow moments in life that are overshadowed next to real, life changing experiences.

Korky Buchek - Keepin' On     Electronic, House, Dance, Electronic 13/02/2019
Production duo from Sydney making some eclectic electronic dance music that'll make you want to sweat.
Keepin' On is a hard hitting house number that is laced with acid. Made to make you sweat and move your body like no other, with a catchy hook that gives it an electro feel whilst still maintaining its house base.

Lady Lash - Nightlounge 3000     Electronic, Chill, Indigenous, Soul 13/02/2019
Lash's vocals color the ethereal sounds that drips sweet like bleeding fruit from the nectar of love.
'Nightlounge 3000' takes you on a magical journey into the islands of Pandora's Vessels, a place where Crystal deeply dreams while stirs marbled waters.

Lash's vocals color the ethereal sounds that drips sweet like bleeding fruit from the nectar of love.

Original Past Life - Infinity     Electronic, Experimental, Ambience, Atmospheric 13/02/2019
Original Past Life are an atmospheric noise trio from Perth, Western Australia whose music encompasses the organic and the digital fused together through drone, glitch and noise.
Infinity was recorded using WA sound artist and instrument builder Alan Lamb's Infinite Music Machine, which uses magnets and wires to generate the ghostly sound that drives the tune. Infinity is the first track from Original Past Life's second album Inference/Interference, which is out now on Tone List.

Other tracks by Original Past Life:  Wire Fatigue  -  Omiyage
Blu Paraiso - Release Yourself     Electronic, Chill, Jazz, House 12/02/2019
Just a guy & a girl making groovy music.
This song is for anyone who's had there soul set a-fire or would like it to be. It's a little jazzy & a lot sexy but really is about intimacy

Call Compatible - Welcome Winds of Change     Electronic, Experimental, Dance 12/02/2019
Call Compatible converges dynamic electronic scenes, with a beat driven intensity shaping a sonic palate that simultaneously resists and pays homage to the dancefloor.
'Welcome Winds of Change' is an almost 12 minute saga taking influence from early house, techno and italo disco combining them with more contemporary and experimental modes of production. Repetitive bass lines and beats sweep up and change direction forcing the listener to find their place again.

ALIUS, Rasmus Hagen - Fight For You feat. Zay     Electronic, Pop 08/02/2019
ALIUS, moniker of Melbourne producer Sebastian Ivanov, has had a monumental 12 months, which has taken him from local unknown, to international success story.
Following on from the release of ALIUS and Rasmus Hagen’s track ‘Fraction’ in 2017, the duo have collaborated again producing an emotive new track ‘Fight For You’. The single tells a powerful story of an internal struggle and facing one’s demons, juxtaposed with the gorgeous vocals of both Zay and Hagen, having been likened to Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith.

Korky Buchek - Keepin' On     Electronic, Dance, House 07/02/2019
Korky Buchek are two top blokes, Tom Elliott & Peter Sabbagh. Their bass-heavy-electronica has grabbed our attention and seen them play festivals, support big names and crush their own shows.
“Keepin’ On” came out of a heavy binge into Dirty Bird records. Drawing inspiration from those artists and throwing in their own unique style creating something that’s a hybrid between acid house and electro. “Keepin’ On” is engineered for dance floors in every way possible, made to get people moving throwing their hands right up. This is a wild one.

Hemm - Hair     Electronic, Pop, Atmospheric, Chill 06/02/2019
Hemm are Melbourne-based duo Juice Webster and Robert Downie. Their intimate electronic songs explore the everyday complexities of connection in life and love.
Hair picks up the thread laid by late-2018 single Skin, acting as further evidence of Hemm's quiet transformation into virtuosos of minimalist ambient pop.

It is a breathtaking lesson in minimalism, with every element tuned deliberately to the track’s purposeful narrative. “You are not who you seem to be,” intones Juice, as the track blooms into a sublime choral climax.

PNK FME - Infatuation     Electronic, Pop, RnB 06/02/2019
PNK FME’s mature and contemplative nature, delves deep into the human condition, as an individual wrestles with their mind’s ominous musings.
Infatuation is about how some moments in life can be deceiving and you can slip into feeling infatuated about something that isn't necessarily real or happening but it feels like it.

SLUMBERJACK - Hide and Seek ft. Claire Ridgely     Electronic 06/02/2019
Powerhouse producing duo SLUMBERJACK are releasing new EP SARAWAK on 5 February, with huge national tour to follow in March.
Hide and Seek ft. Claire Ridgely is the third single to be released from the SARAWAK EP.

It features Claire's silky vocals over raw elements, some of which were recorded on ground on Sarawak, Borneo.

Erik Parker - Stolen By Another Lover     Electronic, Jazz, Soul, Experimental 05/02/2019
Erik Parker is a Melbourne based songwriter. His releases are self-produced, recorded and mixed in a garage. In 2018 he released a solo live-looping EP, and a series of singles.
Written with my band, Hopwood, back in 2010. This is a trap inspired experimental version, arranged mostly with samples. Performed, Recorded, Mixed and Mastered in a garage in Preston. Produced independently.

Haiku Hands - Dare You Not To Dance     Electronic, Dance 05/02/2019
Haiku Hands are Syd/Melb group that combine hip-hop and pop into high energy punk influenced performances. They have often got the label "art rave collective".
This song is an outcome of exploration between Haiku Hands, Joel Ma (Joelistics) and Angus Stuart (El’ Gusto). A bold manoeuvre made to taunt, provoke and defy. Filled with in your face production and high energy vocals, DYNTD builds and bursts into life with a beat that is sure to put your body into action.

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