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Billie Rose - Kick Her To The Curb     Country, Alternative, Indie 21/02/2020
North West Queensland, singer-songwriter Billie Rose has created her own niche country sound, songs that reveal a sincerity and depth well beyond her young age.
I had this idea of writing a song about being in the position of the ‘’other woman’’. I wanted the song to come from her perspective of how she feels about being the mistress and that she has finally had enough of sharing what she thinks is hers."

Bronte Public Housing - Banana     Indie, Alternative, Rock 21/02/2020
Bronte Public Housing (BPH) is a project by Jimmy Heathwood, who began his songwriting and stage craft as the singer of Hiaground.
"Banana", following BPH's debut single "Sleepyhead", is like most of Jimmys’ writing. Being from the affluent Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Jimmy has always felt different and torn by the common pressures of living in such an area; get a good job, make good money, look good and make sure everyone knows about it on Instagram. That internal conflict is reflected.

Dorah Jacson - Lurking     Indie, Folk, Alternative 21/02/2020
21 year old Dorah Jacson (a.k.a Kayla Smart) is quite the mellifluous soul, and a talented songwriter to add, possessing a heartfelt yet whimsical writing style.
"Lurking" was written within half an hour, with Dorah explaining the track "is for anyone that’s had someone get in their space when they are not welcome.

Magnus - Forever & Never     Rock, Alternative, Indie 21/02/2020
Magnus's star studded second album Detachment which will be released into the world on April 24th.
"Forever & Never" continues that momentum, releasing on the 28th of February it's a distorted drive through the top tier talent who worked on the record. Featuring Magnus' signature tone, unpredictability and production that'd make Josh Homme jealous, lead mean Arne Heeres says it's about "Being stuck in the twilight, stuck in a loop of thoughts"

Capre - Snow Walk     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Indie, Hip Hop 20/02/2020
Emerging from lazy days in Brisbane spent experimenting with synths, guitars and kits, Capre have been split between New York and Brisbane following their successful debut EP "Cassette Mixte".
"Because of our short timeframes we had to smash out the three songs within a two day period at Kons studio whilst also hanging out for the first time in two years. The best vocal taken on day two after a nightout. Moral of the story, drinking the night before the takes can sometimes be good."

Roz Pappalardo - Let It Go     Roots, Country, Blues 20/02/2020
For the best part of two decades, Roz Pappalardo has been shaking things up, challenging perceptions and forging her own direction through the music landscape.
"Let It Go is about wanting to be the change. It’s about a desire to do things differently in my life with bravery and passion. I wrote this song in less than an hour and I feel a like a frickin’ roaring lion when I sing it."

Sue-Anne Stewart - Gloomy Days     Indie, Rock, Alternative 20/02/2020
Transitioning from acoustic to electric guitar, Stewart showcases her versatile and exciting new sound that she has been developing over the past few years.
Produced in Byron Bay by Jordan Power, (Angus and Julia Son, Ash Grunwald, Kasey Chambers, Dope Lemon) Stewart expresses that "The story behind the song is basically about going through the up’s and downs of life with someone you love, and wishing they could see how much you love and believe in them.”

Leanne Tennant - Everspin     Indie, Rock, Easy Listening 17/02/2020
Leanne has toured sell-out shows and landed coveted festival appearances at BIGSOUND, Woodford Folk Festival, Commonwealth Games and Port Fairy Folk Festival.
"Everspin" was produced by Yanto Browning (Amy Shark, The Belligerents) at Airlock Studios in Brisbane. The track was born at the end of a long tour, when an exhausted Leanne Tennant walked into Sydney’s Chinatown Mall and sat with her headphones on, explaining “I felt very still, deflated and happy at the same time, watching the busy world spin by".

Anousha Victoire - Precious Things To Me     Folk, Easy Listening, Alternative 07/02/2020
Newcastle's Anousha Victoire stitches together folk/world influenced melodies with bell-over-water clarity of vocal tone
"Written in the aftermath of prolonged illness where even simple every day moments with loved ones seem so precious, against a backdrop of rising uncertainty about our collective future. A bicycle journey after summer rain, a beach wander, a homecoming. A question for today pondered over an honest and dripping rhythm section featuring large warm rain drops from the flugelhorn."

Colin Lillie - Hard Times     Folk, Blues, Easy Listening 04/02/2020
Alice Spring's busiest gypsy scotsman export Colin Lillie has had a whirlwind 2 years. From offering his true authenticity and talent on Channel 9's The Voice, to touring extensively.
"Since calling the NT home and lucky enough to travel Australia I can honestly say I have grown as a man, a husband, a father and a friend, and I believe it's down to hard work and the strong resilient spirits in and around my life. People who stand strong in what they believe and who battle through pain"

Laura Frank - Leave It All Behind     Country, Folk, Pop 04/02/2020
Laura Frank has begun embarking on an exciting new journey in the country world and is set to keep up the momentum moving into 2020
"Leave It All Behind", following up from "Things I'd Rather Do", both produced by ARIA Award & Golden Guitar winner, Jordan Power. Laura explains "Leave It All Behind is a song about a dwindling relationship. The kind of partnership you aren't ready to let go of but know that you'd both be better off if you left it all behind."

Standby Empire - Explode     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop, Indie 04/02/2020
Standby Empire are an electronic music duo from Brisbane. Known for their catchy and atmospheric tracks, the act is made up of singer Tom Wensley and producer Josh Beattie.
The duo's new single "Explode" takes the listener into the mind of a man on the edge, with an intense electronic drop revealing what lies beneath the surface of someone struggling for control. The track surges with an intense electronic drop before gradually crumbling away as breath returns and panic dissolves.

Vibrations From The Void - Resurrect My Mojo     Rock, Alternative, Garage 04/02/2020
Vibrations From The Void are a loud groove based rock band hailing from Brisbane.
Pete tried ripping off Beastie Boys "Make Some Noise" and failed horribly and a new song was born.

Jaded after playing in a slew of bands around Brisbane and South East Queensland, the band's debut single ended up a loud blistering crescendo to bring back what made playing in a band so fun.

Boss Moxi - Red Woman     Alternative, Rock, Indie 06/12/2019
From their earliest beginnings back in 2009, the past has seen Boss Moxi thrash their notorious live performance toward crowds in the grimiest of Brisbane alleyways and warehouses
“The song follows an enlightening flashback into one of the main characters, The Black Lip Goddess, and essentially reveals the origins of her name. It’s basically a common and tragic story of betrayal, deception and the necessary ties that must be cut to do the things you need to.”

Sally Sa - Hip Hop Lover     Soul, Roots, Reggae / Dub 06/12/2019
Sally Sa, the singer/songwriter from the East Coast of Australia has followed up on her recent singles "Mama" and "Hourglass" to announce her debut album Speaking My Mind.
A brilliant example of what to expect from the album can be seen through the track "Hip Hop Lover!". "I wanted to write an ironic song about hip hop, but not a hip hop song-written purely in the influence of jazz. Even Glenn Bloomfield (who plays most instruments on the album) didn’t know what I was doing in the studio.

Laura Frank - Leave It All Behind     Country, Pop, Folk 05/12/2019
Frank is all about moving forward and she’s about to leave her past in the dust as she embarks on a new journey in the country world.
Leave It All Behind is a bittersweet tune taking you on a journey through the highs and lows of relationships. It moves between knowing it's time for a relationship to end but not yet being ready to move on.

Chase City - Back In Motion     Dance, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop, Indie 23/11/2019
"I've been abducted but hey these captors aren't all that bad, cool ride" - Declan Byrne, Triple J Home and Hosed.
We really tried to include our usual guitar hooks but they just weren't fitting and we were happy to take a really electronic approach to this. We had just watched the latest trainspotting film before recording the song and we just wanted the production to feel like a song that could fit into a soundtrack like that.

Chalk - This Is The Story (September Mix)     Rock, Indie, Pop 21/11/2019
Following the release of their debut album The Quiet City, beloved Brisbane rockers Chalk are set to please fans further with a remix of "This Is The Story".
Arriving 24 years after their last release, their new music calls back to the sound of the band’s beginnings in 90's Brisbane but with many new sonic twists and a dual sense of picking-up-right-where-they-left-off familiarity mixed with a fresh take on their signature sound.

August River Band - Blue Light     Roots, Folk, Indie 15/11/2019
August River Band are a three piece alternative originals outfit from Brisbane consisting of Eev Ferreira, Lil Burrows, and Gerard Kerr.
"Blue Light" was inspired whilst Eev was being scowled at by "a very gorgeous and very stern Estonian barista", explaining that following the interaction "I considered how we all long for just a little connection. I remembered my own longing as a partner spent much of her time with her nose in her cell phone.

Benny Nelson - BAD MAN     Rock 08/11/2019
Not only a singer-songwriter, Benny also coordinated the inaugural Cowsound Music Festival which featured himself alongside Toowoomba artists.
Rather than being about any particular moment in his life, the track is more so "a refection on decisions and actions I've made that I'm not too proud of. Some actions have consequences, and sometimes I felt like I deserved the worst, and it's been really hard for me to not think that when bad things would happen to me".