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Tomás Ford remodels Alex Elbery and The Strangers - Wake In Fright I: Kangaroo     Electronic, House, Chill, Downbeat 29/11/2018
Perth's electronic iconoclast Tomás Ford radically remodels the folk-pop of Alex Elbery and The Strangers to tell the true story of crashing his hatchback into a kangaroo on the nullabor.
An eight minute journey into the dark heart of Australia. We start with the plaintive strains of Melbourne folk-pop troubador Alex Elbery and The Strangers before plunging into a slow-motion house beat and resolving in a super-atmospheric puddle full of feelings.

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Other tracks by Tomás Ford remodels Alex Elbery and The Strangers:  Wake In Fright IV: Opulence
Rando - Running From The Lion feat. Kate Hindle     Electronic 29/11/2018
20-year-old Perth producer Rando has been busy carving out a name for himself over the past couple of years, hitting the Spotify Viral charts with his chilled out melodic tracks.
“This track struck me at the peak of my inspiration; as I was transitioning to new places and new adventures. I'd known Kate for a long time now as we went to high school together and I'd been watching her grow and take on the country music scene." - Rando

Other tracks by Rando:  Arcadia  -  Exhale feat. Erin Finlay
Bayview Terrace - These Days     Electronic, Pop 28/11/2018
Bayview Terrace is a dance-pop duo from Brisbane. Bayview Terrace create a sound that blends the groove of RUFUS with the new age pop elements of Peking Duk and Lorde.
'These Days' is a reflection on how the hopefulness and confidence of youth quickly fades to nostalgia upon acceptance of adulthood. Aided by luscious instrumentation that crescendos into a soaring synth-heavy chorus, ‘These Days’ looks to the past to find an escape from the mundanity of everyday life.

Homeward Bound - Be     Electronic, Rap 28/11/2018
Homeward Bound are an Electronic duo based in Adelaide, comprised of Jimblah and Georgia B. They make music with the intention of spreading happiness.
Homeward Bound ride the wave with their self-affirming soda-pop single, ‘Be’. They flex on the confidence that they have found in each other as artists.

They explain,  “Be’ is what it means to embrace yourself for who you truly are, without being limited by others perceptions of what you can amount to.”

LUNA SOL - No Excuses     Electronic, Dance, Pop, RnB 28/11/2018
Luna Sol are a Brisbane based singer/producer duo creating Indie/Trap/Electro
A 2 minute 48 second burst of silliness

Harry Nathan - Rooftops     Electronic, Reggae 24/11/2018
Harry Nathan is a producer, singer and songwriter. "Rooftops" is accompanied by a short film style music video created with his best friends, actors Odeya Rush and Ryan Lee.
“Rooftops” is a track that accurately depicts the whimsical nature of being in love; it has the uplifting - yet somehow simultaneously melancholy - sound that vividly personifies the bittersweet nature of the emotion.

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Buchanan - Breathe     Electronic, Pop 23/11/2018
Josh Simons has spent the last two years writing and producing for Travis Scott, Partynextdoor and Cyhi The Prynce. Simons has shared production credits with WondaGurl, HazeBanga and Kanye West.
"Breathe is about what you might tell yourself as a kid if you could travel back in time." As for what comes next, "I'd be reluctant to refer to Breathe as a single from some forthcoming unannounced album, but I will say that this era has ended up rolling out as distinctly and personal as any other in Buchanan's history."

Resin Moon - Nothing To See     Electronic, Pop 23/11/2018
Known by his stage name of Resin Moon, electronic producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Dave Crowe hails from the desert town of Alice Springs located in Central Australia.
Nothing To See is the first taste of Resin Moon's full-length album 'Oscillations', set for release in early 2019. Building beautifully into layers of tape-loop synths, vocal samples and ornately produced drums, Resin Moon's falsetto slides on top of a Quincy Jones-esque synth bass.

Reynier - Armour (feat. New Haven)     Electronic, Chill, Atmospheric, Pop 23/11/2018
Reynier is down-tempo electronic music built on a foundation of emotive chords and organic drums that will inspire your next adventure...
The expansive first single from Reynier titled ‘Armour (feat. New Haven)’ is a tantalising debut from Gold Coast producer Jordan Burns. The track is skilfully built on a foundation of emotive chords and organic drums that provide a sense of gravity against the ethereal feature vocals from New Haven that threaten to whisk you away.

Atalein - Lo Drone     Electronic, Industrial 19/11/2018
Atalein is an Industrial Electronic Producer based in Melbourne.
Atalein cements her Industrial Electronic sound with her second release ‘Lo Drone’. The Melbourne-based electronic producer first popped on to the scene at the end of September with her debut single ‘Autumn / Winter’. To accompany the track Atalein released a video of her shedding her own skin both figuratively and literally which premiered on German blog Kaltblut Magazine.

Resin Moon - Nothing to See     Electronic 19/11/2018
Alice Springs multi-instrumentalist/producer Resin Moon has been busy in the studio since self-releasing his debut EP "Salt", which had over a million streams on Apple Music and Spotify combined
Building beautifully with layers of tape-loop synths and ornately produced drum tracks, Dave Crowe's falsetto slides playfully over a Quincy Jones-esque bass line, creating something nostalgic yet unique.
"It's a song about escaping reality with someone you love, and realising that reality is a thin layer of ice we skate on, while often ignoring the deeper stuff hiding underneath."

Skrybe - The Figure     Electronic, Dubstep 19/11/2018
Electronic/Cinematic composer Using orchestral elements to emphasis emotion in an electronic setting.
A heavy dubstep track which is made to sound threatening to a listener.

Has a harsh but refined sound.

Aikonawena - City Of Ghosts     Electronic, Soul, Pop 17/11/2018
Sydney-based brother/sister duo Aikonawena return with moving, electronic ballad 'City Of Ghosts'.
Sydney’s notorious lockout laws provide the backdrop to an intensely personal view of a time in our lives when we regret what we’ve lost. At once uniquely Sydney, but at the same time universally resonant of the moment when we start to think our youth is over and wonder what we’re supposed to do next.

Archy Stranger - Last Week     Electronic 17/11/2018
Archy Stranger is a Melbourne-based producer, vocalist and songwriter. Stranger has experimented with a variety of styles with his work spanning several genres from hip hop to house.
Melbourne’s Archy Stranger takes you on a sonic journey, with his new track titled ‘Last Week’. The up and coming producer, singer and songwriter explores coming to terms with inevitable change as a part of life, and growing up. ‘Last Week’ features minimal beats which blend effortlessly into his infectious vocals.

Blasko - Japanese Hotel     Electronic, RnB, Soul, Chill 17/11/2018
Melbourne based electronic, soul and R&B artist Blasko returns with the lead single ‘Japanese Hotel’ – lifted from his forthcoming EP ‘Blasko In Love Pt. 2’.
‘Japanese Hotel’ is the first single from what will be the second instalment of the Blasko In Love Mixtape series. The song begins with a slow and eerie build that quickly makes way for his soulful voice. His highly dark and descriptive lyrics truly paint a picture.

Calavèra - Ain't Got You     Electronic, Hip Hop, Breaks 17/11/2018
Calavèra (meaning skull in Spanish) is a character that has lived forever travelling through the ages and changing styles. Which are used in his music through grooves which encourage dance.
This song is a story about how throughout life you face a constant struggle with staying on path and fighting the darkness, which is trying to get you under its spell.

China Roses - Outer     Electronic, Pop, Rap, Dance 17/11/2018
China Roses are an electronic, pop, rap duo. Combining a deep electronic backing with a uniquely, Australian vocal topping.
"Outer" is a venture further into the electronic genre than China Roses has traveled so far. The track gives off a deep, outer-space ambience and the lyrics tie in to this motif, discussing communication and imbalances in relationships.

Close Counters - WAY OUT ft. Au Dré     Electronic, Dance, Pop, Soul 17/11/2018
With a background in jazz, Close Counters have moulded their sound into an electrifying fusion of electronic, hip-hop and soul with a healthy dose of dense synths and driving basslines.
"WAY OUT ft. Au Dré" is a gooey, disco-soul track by Close Counters about societies desire for a messiah-like figure to “save” us, in this instance a Queen. It’s an upbeat exposé on the unrealistic expectations bestowed upon that person, complete with soulful vocals, dancefloor-worthy synths and a bassline hook that's guaranteed to get you grooving.

Gold Member - Wild Stories     Electronic, Dub, Rock 17/11/2018
Gold Member tell a tale of misadventures with genre-pushing new single ‘Wild Stories’, and announce their forthcoming debut album.
Taking a little inspiration from electro, a bit from dub and a lot of pop-grooves ‘Wild Stories’ will prove to be the summer earworm you’ve been waiting for. Whoozing synths and irresistible melodies provide a cinematic vehicle for the retelling of the band’s ‘Wild Stories’.

Hemm - Skin     Electronic, Pop, Chill, Ambience 17/11/2018
Melbourne-based duo Hemm (Juice Webster and Robert Downie) make intimate experimental pop that connects to the heart. Their songs explore the everyday complexities of connection in life and love.
Skin was written about the last moments of a relationship. When you know it’s over, but there are those last minute desperate feelings which rise to the surface. Feelings which make you want to be close to that person one more time. Feelings which make you want to go back to the beginning, just for a moment.