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Andrew Barnum - American Forest     Folk 18/05/2011
Feed the Clouds, the 4th solo album with producer Boris Hunt. Andrew and Boris began their partnership recording late Vitabeats material then with spoken word album Loudspeaker Word on groove.
American Forest comes from Andrew Barnums unique and inventive concept book that involves various artists contributing works to go with Barnums heartfelt music.

Lyke Giants - If The World Shakes     Rock 18/05/2011
Lyke Giants meld multiple genres and create their own brew of Indie Rock/Pop, intertwining semi-hectic rhythms, flowing vocals and layered atmospheric instrumentation.
The combination of musical tastes; old to new, create for an interesting tone that we progress to. Structure wise we usually advance in a familiar fashion and even though our songs contain similar musical styling’s and sounds it’s thrilling the vast amounts of moods that appear from song to song.

Michael Peter - My Fire     Folk, Acoustic 18/05/2011
Michael Peter is a natural singer songwriter. All his songs have their own unique story, heartfelt vocal and a soulful melody accompanied with open and intriguing lyrics.
'My Fire' is the first single from Michael Peters new E.P. 'Welcome', a handful of songs written in dedication to his family.

The Stoics - Everything Else Is Easy     Rock, Pop 18/05/2011
Starting out in Tasmania and now residing in Melbourne the Stoics have been cited as one to watch since playing The Falls, Mona Foma(Hobart) and The St Kilda Festival.
Everything Else Is Easy is the second single from The Stoics forthcoming debut album due for release may 2011.

Luke Escombe - Drop Tha Bomb     Blues/Roots, Comedy, Rock 27/05/2011
Drawing comparisons to Grinderman, Frank Zappa and Flight of the Conchords, Escombe brings his quirky humour to the stage in typical rock fashion.
Recorded in Byron Bay earlier this year, ‘Drop tha Bomb’ is a hard-­‐grooving, subversively funny track, inspired by a recent encounter with security at Sydney airport.

The Happy Endings - Pull The Trigger     Rock 24/06/2011
The Happy Endings really was just a jam at our mutual friends BBQ that has kept on going.
Honest Pop/Rock music with catchy hooks, killer riffs and danceable beats. Radio ready songs in the vein of Birds of Tokyo.

Other tracks by The Happy Endings:  Backdown  -  Catorina
Hussy Hicks - Round Em Up     Blues/Roots, Folk 01/07/2011
The First GM battle in Oz is happening right now! Australian roots act Hussy Hicks have written and recorded a one off track to support the Steve Marsh benefit fund.
Round Em Up has been written and recorded by Hussy Hicks to raise awareness of the problem of GM contaminated food in Australia. All proceeds generated from the track will go directly towards supporting the Steve Marsh benefit fund. For more information go to www.stevemarshbenefitfund.com.au

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Pecking Order - Pinata     Rock 13/07/2011
Inventive, loud and direct. Pecking Order are putting attitude back into alternative rock.
Pinata is a song that is remeniscent of mid 90's post grunge era bands like Faith No More and RHCP. Put you're moshing socks on, turn it up loud and get ready to jump around your living room to this great track.

Halfway Homebuoy - Let Me Go     Rock, Folk 31/08/2011
Halfway Homebuoy is a Sydney based rock/ indie/ folk band formed in the Swiss Alpes. In 2010 they made the top 100 of Britain’s largest band completion ‘Live and unsigned’
Let Me Go is the first single released from the bands debut EP 'Crossing Borders'

Dexter Morph - Timeless     Electronic, Dance 31/08/2011
If he were perhaps from another time, dimension or world it wouldn't really matter. That would not be the point. The point is that he comes with a profound message.
With this latest release Dexter takes his audience on a journey into an electronic soundscape with Robbie Williams-esque vocals.

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Squeaker - Out Of This Place     Electronic, Dance 01/09/2011
The Squeaker sound is best described as polished alternative pop, a combination of a live rock band and synthesized textures. Each song carries it’s own mood and musical idea.
The new release, their second ep, focus’s their sound and has already earnt them a sold out launch in their home town on its release in April and the current Number One spot South Australia’s Reverb Nation Chart.

Michael Peter - Skin on Skin     Folk, Acoustic 01/09/2011
The Sunday Telegraph describes him as an “Ernest, raw, promising new artist”. Michael’s music is the kind that truly connects with you.
Michael is currently recording his 2nd album, the first single off it "Skin on Skin" is due for release in July 2011. Accompanying its release will be Michaels first film clip.

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Deligma - Vendetta     Metal/Punk 03/09/2011
The unique fusion of heavy riffs, solid rhythms, sweeping electro and transcending melodies could only describe the Deligma sound.
The unique fusion of heavy riffs, solid rhythms, sweeping electro and transcending melodies could only describe the Deligma sound.

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Zenith ASP - Falling     Rock 04/11/2011
Zenith ASP are a three piece pop rock/progressive edge band with a huge sound. A power trio, their eclectic influences range from John Butler to Karnivool.
Heavy and anthemic, this is Zenith ASP at their emotive edge. A track that soars, dips and is typical of the energy that drives their live shows.

Other tracks by Zenith ASP:  Breathe
Halfway Homebuoy - Life Goes On     Rock, Folk 04/11/2011
Hailing from Switzerland, England and Australia Halfway Homebuoy now find themselves living and playing in Sydney. Their debut EP, Crossing Borders, has just been released on Foghorn Records.
Life Goes On is the second single from the band’s debut EP, Crossing Borders. An uptempo, guitar driven track that is proving to be one of the stand outs of the live show, and draws comparisons to Mumford & Son.

Luke Escombe and the Corporation - iMan     Rock, Funk, Soul, Comedy 04/11/2011
Taking an old world roots vibe and giving it a modern, comedic edge, Luke Escombe and the Corporation play music that makes people dance, laugh, think and rock out.
“iMan” is a distinctive mix of funny, rap-inflected lyrics set to a soulful musical backing; a crowd favourite at Luke's live shows since its appearance at the Melbourne Comedy Festival earlier this year. It comes strapped with a dirty low-down slice of rock-funk called “The Ship is Sinking”.

Other tracks by Luke Escombe and the Corporation:  The Ship Is Sinking
John Kennedy - Folsom Prison Blues     Blues/Roots, Country 15/11/2011
On this new 7 track mini album, John Kennedy celebrates his love of this roots music, covering some classics and lesser-known tunes from some of these great Sons of Sun.
Folsom Prison Blues is one of Johnny Cash’s signature country songs. John’s take on this classic is to reinterpret it as – well, a blues song.

Other tracks by John Kennedy:  Honey Don't
John Kennedy - Blue Christmas     Blues/Roots 30/11/2011
On this release, John Kennedy delivers two classic Christmas songs from one of the greatest eras of Rock’n’Roll.
Blue Christmas – one of the King’s classics, done in John Kennedy’s unique style.

Other tracks by John Kennedy:  Santa Bring My Baby Back to Me
Daxton and The Sweet Lips - Silent Night     Blues/Roots 30/11/2011
Daxton is a singer/songwriter from Sydney, best described as a blues/rock artist with a twist of pop. He plays slide guitar rock/blues songs with a fresh and innovative sound.
The well-known Christmas carol done in Daxton ‘stompin blues’ style.

Jesse Morris & the 3 Beans - Should I Go     Reggae/Dub 09/12/2011
Jesse Morris & the 3 Beans play Aussie roots & reggae music. A 6 piece band combining Melodica, trumpet, trombone, flute, acoustic & electric guitars, bass, drums and percussion.
A catchy reggae summer tune which captures the festival feel that Jesse Morris and the 3 Beans have developed of the past 2 years of touring. Think Jack Johnson meets Bob Marley with a touch of ‘Woodford’.