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Fierce Mild - No Sense     Rock, Experimental, Atmospheric, Psychedelic 18/04/2019
Fierce Mild are a group that draws from cinema, visual art and Australian history, as much as any musical influences, to craft their intricate brand of Post-Electro Cinematic Art Rock.
Drawing from the emotional turmoil of losing a close friend, the song explores the trading of death and life as lead singer.

Blood Bank - Shadow Boxing     Rock, Punk, Grunge 17/04/2019
Blood Bank is a five piece Indie-Post Punk outfit from Brisbane, Australia. Meeting during high school, the band formed in late 2016 and immediately began writing original material.
The inspiration for "Shadow Boxing" came from a bad breakup and vocalist Sam says "Shadow Boxing is a song we wrote about bad decision making and avoiding tackling things head on. In my life, I’ve seen people do the wrong thing knowingly and then avoid facing the consequences of their own actions."

Four Lions - Stay     Country, Rock, Roots 11/04/2019
They're called Four Lions, but there's actually five of 'em these days. And you'll find them rocking out in the central Victorian town of Bendigo.
"It went from sounding like The Who (in demo form) to evolve into something vibing from Tom Petty's back catalogue," says frontman and chief songwriter Shann Lions. "The person in Stay has come to the realisation that they have put their own personal fulfillment to the side in a relationship."

Mercury Sun - Sin City     Rock, Pop, Chill 11/04/2019
Mercury Sun are a five piece indie-rock outfit hailing from Brisbane, QLD. The band members include Ash Benham (Vocals, Slide), Louis Reen (Guitar), Connor Reen (Guitar) and Harry Schneider (Drums).
Sin City is a metaphor for that search and almost a self confession that represents the struggle for authenticity of the perfect life in the superficial age we live in whether it be in relationships, financial stability or the fear of regretting what we don't do rather than the mistakes we do make."

Liv Heyer - Something in the Water     Blues/Roots, Folk, Chill 28/02/2019
Liv Heyer is not afraid of hard work, she has won awards for her song writing and is continuously playing events all around the country.
"Something in the Water" is the follow up to successful singles "Beautiful Nothing" and "Stop" and it sees her connecting back to her songwriting roots. Liv has channelled artists such as The Lumineers; Ed Sheeran; and Missy Higgins, to create this captivating song

Graham The Grand - Mum, Im Sorry     Pop, Rap, Experimental 22/02/2019
Graham the Grand is a Artist based out of Brisbane, according to LunchBoxTV, brings DIY talent that has enabled him to “create and produce the exact sound he has envisioned
"Depression has been a big battle for me, I wanted to create something super personal. I always struggle talking to mum about this stuff in person so I guess it was the best way for me to express it to her."

Ice City - Catch A Wave     Rock, Punk, Pop 22/02/2019
Ice City is a punk and alt rock band from Australia. Consisting of four dudes.
It's a song about looking around at everyone else in life and seeing the great things they are doing and wondering why you aren't at that same level. You clear your head and realise that everyone is struggling one way or another and ones success doesn't mean you're falling behind.“

Sally Sa - Stuck     Jazz, Soul, Hip Hop 22/02/2019
Sally Sa, the Singer songwriter from east coast of Australia with the husky taste of soul.
The lyrics just sort of came to me” she explains. “I love free - styling and singing about my relationship with music just came easily for this one”.

Chase City - Numb     Pop, Electronic, Rock 15/02/2019
Chase City have an extensive touring history, played sold out shows across Australia, Europe including La Paradiso Amsterdam. the band have supported Gang of Youths, Dune Rats and British India.
"Numb" is an "introspective look at the change in dynamics of life moving through your 20’s. It reflects on the feelings and attitudes of being a musician whilst having to navigate the reality of everyday life."

Blue Nigel - Shoreline     Pop, Dance, Rock, Chill 25/01/2019
Brisbane's Blue Nigel came together in late 2017 after being birthed from an ill-fated high school battle of the bands.
"Shoreline is about simplifying a complicated love." explains the band, "It’s about letting go of all the issues in a relationship and just getting back to the basic love you feel for the other person."

Consumer Group - Market Fair     Rock, Psychedelic, Pop 25/01/2019
Consumer Group are the brand new alternative indie psychedelic rockers fresh out of the Gold Coast, delivering their first single as a band.
“Market Fair” is a song inspired by both droney, open tuned psychedelia, and the lyrics of songwriters like Leonard Cohen, and Bob Dylan. “It is essentially a break up song, but the themes apply to any breakdown of trust in a relationship, among individuals, groups, or cultures.”

Camarano - When I Had Infinity     Pop, Chill, Electronic, Experimental 24/01/2019
Singer-songwriter-producer bred from the Western shores
Explores the ideas of apathy, of being a recluse, of getting so totally consumed and obsessed with a project that time gets away from you. Some days you get up feeling like a champ. Then other days it's.. 'dude what are you doing? you're a dropkick'. The negative voice is brutally honest. I wrote this in the latter mindset

Colin Lillie - Human Kind of Life     Blues/Roots, Rock, Chill 24/01/2019
After years of battling with drugs and alcohol he migrated to the center of Australia, picked up a guitar, became sober and devoted his life to music.
Colin Lillie's 'Human Kind Of Life' is the journey he walked to become free, honest and true to himself. The song weaves its way through his childhood and adolescent years spent in his parents home, finally illuminating the man he became through the choices he made.

Four Lions - How Much     Country, Rock, Alternative Country 24/01/2019
They're called Four Lions, but there's actually five of 'em these days. And you'll find them rocking out in the central Victorian town of Bendigo
How Much started life as a "rockier-type track with a Replacements' Stink vibe", referring to the (in)famous Minneapolis alt-rockers' 1982 EP.

Georgia Reed - Colours     Pop, Rock, Electronic 24/01/2019
Hailing from the Western shores of Australia, Georgia Reed is renowned for her outstanding vocals and haunting songwriting.
“I wish for a listener to get an emotional connection to my music. I want the listener to feel what I feel when I write and perform my music. This song is about my experience in my school years, being bullied, feeling alone and isolated. This is something so many people experience and unfortunately some people don’t make it through.”

Noah Dillon - Holding On     Rock, Folk, Roots 24/01/2019
Singer-song writer Noah Dillon has recently exploded onto the vibrant WA music scene with his 5 piece alt-rock band.
"After the initial impact of losing a friend that had passed I found a fear in returning to my normal routine and life moving along without them. The title of the song (Holding On) is in reference to holding onto things that make my life keep spinning for the person that's no longer here because that's what they would want."

Mercury Sun - Stumbling     Rock, Pop, Chill 07/12/2018
Mercury Sun are a five piece indie-rock outfit hailing from Brisbane, QLD.
main theme is the unknown. In your mid-twenties, it’s a scary thing everyone’s world around you begins to settle yet in your mind the picture is more unclear than ever. You only have to turn on your TV to see it’s a hard slog for Australian youth at the moment.

Bearfoot - Luminate     Blues/Roots, Roots, Reggae, Ska 07/12/2018
Blending So-Cal, Hip Hop and dub reggae, Bearfoot ’s sunsoaked-yet-dark take on roots, reggae & dub has sent ripples through the country
No idea where we are; we’re in this van climbing up this windy road, which turns from smooth bitumen to loose gravel, this rabbit appears out of nowhere, turns and looks at us, and instead of hopping off the road, it races up it, so we follow it and the next thing we see is the signs for the festival,

131's - Northbound     Rock, Punk, Hardcore 17/11/2018
Despite the multitude of ways the genre has been disputed and diluted, the spirit of punk rock has always remained, at its core, a state of mind.
Northbound is a tune about my time and relationships in Hamilton, NZ when I was 17. Some of the best times of my life. Things changed at the drop of a hat back then and life was always turbulent, full of passion and chaos. Eventually it all spun out and things started to fold.

Other tracks by 131's:  The Undertow
Hot Wax - Quit Your Job     Rock, Punk, Pop, Garage 26/10/2018
Kirra Beach locals, Hot Wax, continue to amass momentum in 2018 with the release of the no holds barred new single "Quit Your Job".
"Quit Your Job" is an off-kilter anthem for misfits, doused with heavy punk instrumentation and decorated with snide lyrics that stick two fingers up at authority.