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George Maple - Superhuman     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial 04/10/2019
George Maple is a singer, songwriter, producer, and multimedia artist with over 340 million Spotify streams, US #1 records, and sell out shows from Paris to Sydney.
This song is basically a reflection of where I'm at in my life at the moment. It is the moment our protagonist meets a love interest and begins to awaken her inner vixen. She starts to realise the importance of laughter, joy and flirtation. It's about new romance and being open to new opportunities. Let your super-freak flag fly.

DOOLIE & XMPLA - No Game     Pop, Alternative, Electronic / Beats / Industrial 30/09/2019
Rising Gold Coast singer-songwriter DOOLIE (Doolie Shadforth) and Western Sydney producer, singer-songwriter XMPLA (Aaron Tarasiewicz) have aligned to create ‘No Game’, an emotive alt-pop duet.
With both artists delivering sultry verses building into an unexpected powerful chorus, ‘No Game’ is guaranteed to provoke goosebumps and awaken the listener’s sensations. Despite the intensity of emotion radiating from the track, the craftiness of the duet envelops a conversational feel.

CLYPSO - D.Y.S. (Defend Your Situation)     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, World, Indie, Pop 20/09/2019
CLYPSO is a Sydney based producer and vocalist, whose sound is a collage of hyperactive beats, grimey basslines and global tropical music culture inspired electronica.
D.Y.S. is both a collective and individual statement. It’s about coming together. It’s also about having the right to stand up for whatever it is you want. Music is a mood maker and energy force to CLYPSO and this energy encompasses everything in the CLYPSO project and D.Y.S. is no different.

Trophie - Fantasy     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop 20/09/2019
Sydney based electro pop producer, singer-songwriter Trophie has a constantly evolving sound as she consistently strives to push the boundaries of the traditional pop formula.
Written after an unintentional night out on the town in Berlin, ‘Fantasy’ is about a fleeting moment of intense lust with a stranger - “We pretty much clicked straight away but time was limited to a few hours. The song captures those feelings of intense emotion felt over a short period of time,” explains Trophie.

BRUX - Bound To You     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, House 30/08/2019
Revel in the realm of BRUX - a turbulent force of brooding rhythms and distorted desires of the human psyche.
BRUX explains, “Bound To You is a story of painful love - surrendering your whole self to someone but getting nothing back. The frustration of being so deep in it and unable to break away even when it’s toxic.”

PNAU - All Of Us feat. Ollie Gabriel     Dance, House 28/08/2019
Australian trio PNAU are promptly stoking the flames for their hungry fans with their next epic creation ‘All Of Us’- an undeniable dance anthem, as euphoric as it is energetic.
“’All Of Us’ is in essence what PNAU has always stood for; togetherness. This is our ode to the ritual that we’ve in so many ways dedicated our lives to. You don’t need to know the steps or be an expert; you just need to lose yourself to dance,” PNAU's Nick Littlemore explains the essence behind the song.

George Michelle - ffrreeaakk     Dance, House 27/08/2019
Sydney producer George Michelle needs to be on your 'One to Watch' list, with a #3 ARIA Club Chart placement plus previous support from triple j, FBi Radio, and Rage.
In an attempt to call in all ‘freaks’ and ‘outliers’, George Michelle takes you to his own version of a Blade Rave.

"I wanted to make a song that was like a contemporary version of Crystal Method's 'Blood Rave' from the start of Blade - but for freaks and outliers - not vampires,” explains George Michelle.

Flash 89 - Body Talk     Electronic, Dance 16/08/2019
Adelaide’s own Flash 89 is very obviously, a young gun on the rise. Having already relocated to London due to demand, he’s quickly becoming a leading producer in his scene.
"‘Body Talk’ is the idea of talking to your inner monologue and building the courage to go in on the dance floor and do your thing with no worries or cares for what's around you. 'Gotta be cool, just relax, I'm ‘bout to go in, make my body jack". – Flash 89

Kilter - No Time feat. Muki     Electronic, Downbeat 16/08/2019
Kilter is adored by listeners from all corners of the internet and festival goers alike for his euphoric, energetic mix of left-field hip hop and sunny electronica.
"I wanted to transport everyone to a dancehall rave in the dystopian near-future with ‘No Time’, illuminating sounds normally restricted to dark warehouses with a warm tropical glow,” explains Kilter. “Muki and I had been working together a lot recently on another project and I thought her futuristic take on pop music would be the perfect voice for the song.”

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.

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.

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.

Doolie - Attention feat. China Roses     Pop, Electronic, RnB 02/08/2019
Blending pop, R&B and electronica, 21-year-old Queensland singer-songwriter Doolie (Doolie Shadforth) delivers ‘Attention’ featuring South Australian electronic pop-rap singer/songwriter China Roses and production by Gold Coast rapper/producer GXNXVS.
As playful as this song is, it’s so true. Doolie wanted every line in this song to be relatable; it’s all about that person you're trying to reach and just can’t quite catch.

Doolie says, "having China Roses feature feels like that obsessive back & forth my girlfriends and I would have about someone we liked."

Airwolf - Be Free     Electronic, Dance, House 19/07/2019
Airwolf is a Melbourne based house music DJ and Producer who has supported the likes of FISHER, Duke Dumont and Jax Jones.
‘Be Free’ combines inspirational memos about freeing yourself from the judgement of others, with a hint of sass for good measure and the right amount of slamming garage house.

San Mei - Something Good     Pop, Rock, Electronic 11/07/2019
San Mei is enamoured with the transportative nature of music, her guitar heavy, delay-ridden, dreamy pop explores the hyper-blaze of existence and the intricacies of the in between.
“I wrote Something Good when I had a revelation about a situation in my life where I was taking things for granted,” says San Mei. “It's about the beauty of hindsight and hoping that I'd woken up in time to rescue this thing and let it grow into something beautiful.”

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Donatachi - Taste     Electronic, Pop, Gay Alligned, Dance 09/07/2019
Shaping a genreless musical utopia, Donatachi creates plush soundscapes which burst with hypercolour sound design and forward thinking club beats, all with an optimistic and un-ironic love of pop.
“This beat started out as a bootleg of a Britney Spears deep cut, ‘Anticipating’, which I loved so much but couldn't seem to finish. I had this idea of creating a song that literally sounded like bubblegum pop, and it ended up fitting perfectly with Genes' topline. It's about us being lactose intolerant and longing for triple cream brie.”

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Other tracks by Donatachi:  DDR
Little Fritter - Higher     Electronic, Dance, House 09/07/2019
If a rising tide lifts all boats, then Gold Coast house producer Little Fritter is the first mate to Captain Fisher.
Open hats, booming kicks and a twisted square bassline make ‘Higher’ a peak time house stormer topped off with a nostalgic rave sample. Already off to a racing start with support from Loco Dice, Nic Fancuilli, Melé and Mason Maynard Little Fritter’s percussive, pacific-flavoured tech-house is finding fans from LA to Ibiza.

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George Maple - Magic Woman     Pop, Electronic, RnB, Chill 28/06/2019
Australian songwriter, producer, vocalist and multi-media artist George Maple is more than a popstar with a vision; she is a force.
‘Magic Woman’ sees George Maple draw inspiration from the end of a relationship and rise triumphantly into an empowered new woman. “At an immediate and visceral level, this song was born from the co-dependency of love, sadness and rage. When I look back I was finding my voice, making mistakes, struggling and touching on the truth I'd been hiding from.”

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Donatachi - Crush On U feat. Slayyyter     Electronic, Dance, Gay Alligned 25/06/2019
Sydney producer Donatachi is shaping a genreless musical utopia,creating plush soundscapes which burst with hypercolour sound design and forward thinking club beats, all with an un-ironic love of pop.
Donatachi unveils a standout collab with US star-on-the-rise Slayyyter. ‘Crush On U’ combines Donatachi’s signature experimental pop sounds with Slayyyter’s lyrics of teenage fantasies and summer crushes. Donatachi says “Slayyyter and I met on SoundCloud and immediately bonded over wanting to live out our teenage fantasies online and produce big budget pop from our bedrooms.”

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The Goods - Let's Roll feat. Touch Sensitive     Funk/Soul, RnB, Electronic, Easy Listening 19/06/2019
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.
"Let’s Roll" marks an evolution in sound for The Goods, introducing an energetic live element on top of the unique brand of futuristic club-oriented soul the band are known for. The swinging groove is augmented by lush vocal harmony arrangements, live drums and guitar, and features the electric bass prowess of long-time friend of the band acclaimed musician Touch Sensitive.