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Angus1 - Linda     Electronic 13/08/2019
I’m a songwriter/producer who likes to explore uncomfortable truths about myself and the collapsing world of modernity. I’m really interested in other people, other cultures, and looking outwards musically.
I have always been wary of the toxic effect money can have on people. Too much can make you lose perspective. It can addle your mind. Recent interactions with the hyper-wealthy confirmed for me that money cannot solve all of life’s problems, and in many instances it creates problems. With this in mind, I wrote ‘Linda’.

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Em Flach - Changes     Electronic, Reggae, Downbeat 13/08/2019
Pianist Justin Hunter shifts the landscape as his alter ego Em Flach. His ambient sounds and glitches are his perspective of the view out his window and in his mind.
While gallivanting across Europe, Justin Hunter (aka Em Flach) met Swedish artist Marco DeLeaf while he was in the midst of writing an emotional song about the passing of his sister. Feeling compelled to offer his help, Em Flach and fellow Blue Mountains artist Finbar took over the production and together they came up with the reggae-inspired "Changes."

Lõbu - Break Free     Electronic, Chill, Experimental, Downbeat 13/08/2019
Lõbu formed his style while backpacking for more than 8 months, with much of this time spent on the road less travelled.
Break Free is an inspiring and uplifting instrumental, perfectly suited to either some beach yoga, or a cocktail by the pool. It's emotive chords and melodies help you relax and turn off after a time of stress and you always feel better after listening.

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ERASER - Awakening     Electronic, Rock, Pop, Industrial 10/08/2019
ERASER are an indie-electronic duo from Dubbo in regional NSW, creating melancholy and dark music with pop sensibilities.
Awakening is the latest release from Dubbo electronic band ERASER. It deals with the subject of growing out of naivety, and discovering the true nature of people and the world. This is the most aggressive track written by the band, both in style and content, adding a rock feel to their typically downbeat electronica.

Aila Fei - Waves     Electronic, Dance, Pop, Ambience 09/08/2019
Melbourne-based artist Aila Fei is a self-taught singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer with an avid passion for creating music.
Of the track, Aila says; "This song is about a lesson my father has patiently re-iterated over the years. He’s encouraged me to surrender to the currents of life and to notice the wasted energies of pushing and pulling against them. Even when the fight seems to come so naturally for many of us."

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.

Braille Face x Happy Axe - Open Sky     Electronic, Pop, Atmospheric, Ambience 09/08/2019
"With you - I am the open sky". Two of Spirit Level's core artists - Braille Face & Happy Axe - team up for a haunting, intoxicating duet.
"With you - I am the open sky."

Two of Spirit Level's core artists - Braille Face & Happy Axe - team up for a haunting, intoxicating duet.

HTRK - New Year's Day     Electronic 09/08/2019
Revered Melbourne band HTRK are Jonnine Standish and Nigel Yang.
New Year's Day is the new single from HTRK's album Venus in Leo.

Jake Carmody - Mamacita     Electronic, Hip Hop 09/08/2019
Growing to become one of the Gold Coast’s most exciting DJ/Producers, Jake Carmody has been consistently pushing the boundaries of dance music ever since he touched his first CDJ.
Jake Carmody’s influences shine bright through his upcoming release ‘Mamacita’. His process is a nod to Kanye West, Just Blaze, Timbaland and The Neptunes, “Making something new from something old is what inspires me,” Jake explains, “I'll make almost a whole track off samples from 10 different songs, then I take it all out and make my interpretation of that.”

Jaymee Franchina - Next To Mine feat. Alina Renae     Electronic, Pop, Dance 09/08/2019
From the hotbed of Australian musical talent comes Jaymee Franchina, the latest in the Perth processional to set his sights on the top of the Australian charts.
Now on the cusp of releasing his debut original project, Jaymee is ready to share the first single, entitled “Next to Mine”on August 16. Collaborating with Chicago artist Alina Renae, the track features soothing melodies, and a captivating sound that addresses all tastes of music listeners worldwide.

Lou Parker - Remove - Edit     Electronic, Atmospheric, Ambience, House 09/08/2019
Lou Parker creates lush, cinematic sonic textures and sound scapes combined with a driving drum and percussion back bone that touches on traditional electronic music.
"This release is really special to me, it comes off the back of a personal struggle with mental illness. Sonically, the production, sound design, soundscape and overall mood I guess are all representative of my state of consciousness when I created them. It’s a bit of a snapshot into my world then."

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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.

POOLCLVB - Space     Electronic, Downbeat 09/08/2019
Beating to it’s own drum of positive vibes & all round fun times is POOLCLVB. Defined not by a sound but more so a feeling reminiscent of Venice Beach bike-rides.
"I don’t know if it was the overcast day, or the fact that we had both just been through some real-life sh*t, but we really connected on this melancholic vibe, the end result being “Space”. It’s little different for me and the first step in a new direction, hope you like it," says POOLCLVB about writing 'Space' with Muki.

Roland Tings - Always Rushing     Electronic 09/08/2019
Roland Tings is an electronic music producer from Australia
“Always Rushing” more than lives up to its very apt title. Right from the opening seconds of the track, huge bursts of colour erupt from the speakers as the deftly arranged melodies flutter and soar. Beneath that, a snappy, foot-moving beat crunches and snaps through the mix, injecting some whip crack pace into proceedings.

Taka Perry - Kuruna feat. JP THE WAVY     Electronic, Ethnic, World 09/08/2019
Self-releasing his unofficial debut EP ‘Reverse Theory’ in 2018, 20-year-old wunderkind producer Taka Perry has already made a name for himself with his behind-the-scenes production work for artists like Ruel.
20-year-old Australian producer Taka Perry unveils the next taste of his eclectic body of work with his new single ‘Kuruna’. Translated to “don’t come around here”, ‘Kuruna’ is a nod to Taka’s Japanese roots and features the incredible vocal stylings of rising Japanese rapper JP THE WAVY, who raps in both English and Japanese on the track.

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Tatonic - Machines (feat. Liel Bar-Z)     Electronic, Downbeat, Chill, Atmospheric 09/08/2019
Melbourne electronica and lo-fi hip hop producer
Machines, featuring Tel-Aviv songstress Liel Bar-Z. A tune that anyone with a smartphone will be able to relate to...

The Goods - Peach     Electronic, Funk, Soul 09/08/2019
Bringing a sound that reaches into the realms of spaced out synth funk, crooked lean R'n'B and lowslung house, The Goods' flavour is both wild and eclectic yet sharply focused.
'Peach' delivers a playful message of sexual desire wrapped in a funk groove - "..my hope is that it becomes a fun feel good anthem for sexual liberation. Freedom from shame is after all about opening yourself up to the world and the act of vulnerability breaks down walls and allows us to come together," explains vocalist Black Tree.

XMPLA - Big Kids feat. Calmell     Electronic, Pop, Hip Hop 09/08/2019
Aaron James, aka XMPLA has been making a name for himself with his genre-defying sound which combines an array of vocals and electronic production.
The new single 'Big Kids', sees XMPLA explore and diversify his sound once again. Previously impressing audiences with dynamic productions shaped by a huge range of vocal techniques, and refined by each subsequent release, he has gone on to collaborate with various artists around the world.

Love Deluxe - Souvenir (feat. dip in the pool)     Electronic 08/08/2019
With a hand full of records and a heart full of soul, Love Deluxe delivers a breath of fresh air, like an exotic fruit or a lost memory.
Featuring Miyako Koda from seminal Japanese band dip in the pool on vocals, this is the first time Love Deluxe has collaborated with a vocalist on an original track and the result is as delicious as it sounds. ‘Souvenir' is a day dream relishing in hypnotic melody, tight percussion and floating synths neatly tied together with cooling vocals.

Luboku - Forget     Electronic, Downbeat 08/08/2019
With over 1 million collective streams, Melbourne-based artist Luboku (Luis Kennett) endeavours to make people feel something -“I want people to be emotionally affected by my music."
Luboku's effervescent new single ‘Forget’ veers toward a warmer sound, in stark contrast with his often dark and melancholic style. It’s about anxiety and fear which he finds to be recurring obstacles, “I like the analogy of throwing your thoughts into the waves of the ocean, letting them pass, and hopefully gaining some clarity through that process," he explains.