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Wet Lips - See You Later     Rock, Punk 06/06/2017
Wet Lips produce punk-rock that charts the particular feeling of living in marginalised bodies, charging those bodies with the energy to kick back.
'See You Later' is a shredding pub rock track with guts, it follows on "Can't Take It Anymore" and "Here If You Need" off debut self-title LP out June 30.

Other tracks by Wet Lips:  Here If You Need
Wet Lips - Can't Take It Anymore     Rock, Pop, Garage 19/01/2017
Wet Lips are the trio of Grace Kindellan, Jenny Mckechnie and Georgia Maggie.
'Can't Take It Anymore' was “written after the last gig we played as the token 'girl band' on an all-male line-up.” Power chords cut through sweet bass hooks and stone-age thump to create the sort of primitive rock'n'roll that urges you to drop out, make out or pass out.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Zara Kravchenko , SYN, Melbourne (VIC)

Timothy Nelson - We Never Change     Pop, Rock 15/10/2016
Timothy Nelson has established himself as one of Perth’s premier songwriters. From fronting Timothy Nelson & The Infidels and High Horse, earning multiple WAMI’s, to moonlighting in Kill Devils Hills.
“We Never Change” is a song of self-destruction; both reflective and optimistic. Featuring the vocals of Lucy Peach, the verse feels so delicate it could shatter at any moment, however once the chorus kicks in, We Never Change packs a punch.

Timothy Nelson - Oh My     Pop, Rock 25/10/2017
Timothy Nelson has established himself as one of Perth’s premier songwriters.
"Oh My" tells the story of a failed attempt at restoring a relationship, wrapped in Timothy's trademark alt-pop.

The Pink Tiles - Time For Love     Pop, Rock 11/02/2017
Trading off snarling riffs and 60s pop sweetness, The Pink Tiles switch up between insistent, gutsy rock, boldfaced power-pop, starry-eyed love songs and social commentary.
'Time For Love' is the opening cut to The Pink Tiles' new album, #1 Fan, out March 24. A swaggering bubblegum pop affair.

Other tracks by The Pink Tiles:  For Tomorrow
The Owls - Jesus Let Me Fly     Pop, Rock 18/05/2017
Having played Groovin' The Moo, Fat As Butter and won JJJ Unearthed The Owls are back with new single, "Jesus Let Me Fly".
"Jesus Let Me Fly" deals with issues of mental health, growing up within a conservative town only to discover a significant lack of belonging within the mould and reality of the environment.

The Ocean Party - More To Run     Pop, Rock, Punk 13/07/2017
Melbourne-via-Wagga Wagga six-piece, The Ocean Party are as prolific and democratic as they come, merging their creative input through every member of the band writing lyrics and sharing vocal duties.
As a musing on feelings of isolation and nihilism "More to Run" deals with the frustrations of yearning for more in an already over-saturated society. Featuring Emma Russack, Becky Sui Zhen (Sui Zhen, No Zu) and Ashley Bundang (Totally Mild, Ciggie Witch) on backing vocals.

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AUG/SEPT/OCT/NOV
ACT/NT/SA/VIC/NSW/QLD

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The Infants - Stranger     Rock, Psychedelic, Punk 18/09/2014
Since convening in 2012, The Infants have been restless experimenters, thriving on creative momentum. They've courted an audience hungry for fun, sweaty, grimy punk rock with their swaggering live shows
Stranger exhibits Blaise's guttural growl and lingers with anxiety focused beat.

Other tracks by The Infants:  Ape  -  Only Forever
The Grand Rapids - Copper Girl     Rock, Psychedelic 29/07/2014
Convened in 2007 out ofa love for fuzzy, heavy 60s, The Grand Rapids draw from a diverse range of influences, producing a sound that is well developed; expansive and bold.
Copper Girl is skillfully executed psychedelic rock. Smith’s brawling vocal and 80s post punk dramatics shines amongst the droning wall of guitars, and bright solos burn over the lumbering beats. Copper Girl is a tale of obtaining the unobtainable

Other tracks by The Grand Rapids:  Vesuvian Love Song
The Gooch Palms - Trackside Daze     Rock, Garage, Punk, Punk 07/01/2015
Novocastrian duo, The Gooch Palms have quickly built up a strong reputation for their notoriously awesome live shows and 2015 will see them relocating to the USA.
Trackside Daze is taken from The Gooch Palms forthcoming 7-inch, out in 2015 via Detroit label, Urinal Cake Records.

ON TOUR:
FEB
ACT/VIC/NSW/QLD/TAS

The Gooch Palms - Slow Burner     Pop, Garage, Rock 05/09/2015
Australia's beloved garage duo The Gooch Palms are not afraid to try something unexpected. They've been touring the USA for the past 6 months, now grace us with something new
Slow Burner is the first we've heard from the Novocastrians since heading to the US back in March, it's a curve ball and you'll be pleasantly surprised.

The Gooch Palms - Great Dividing Rage     Punk, Garage, Alternative 04/02/2020
Gooch Palms explore the social rift currently driving Australians apart. They return to the gritty and aggressive sound they cultivated back in 2013 with their debut album, NOVO'S
The Gooch Palms explore the social rift currently driving Australians apart. They return to the gritty and aggressive sound they cultivated back in 2013 with their debut album NOVOS

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The Gooch Palms - Don't Look Me Up     Rock, Pop, Punk 11/08/2016
The Gooch Palms are a sh*t-pop duo from Newcastle and now based semi-permanently in LA.
"Don't Look Me Up" comes off The Gooch Palms' sophomore album "Introverted Extroverts". "Don't Look Me Up" deals with how The Gooch Palms are either fun loving party animals or completely isolated freaks who hate the outside world.

The Gooch Palms - Ask Me Why     Rock, Pop, Punk 05/05/2016
The Gooch Palms are a sh*t-pop duo from Newcastle and now based semi-permanently in LA.
Ask Me Why is the second single from The Gooch Palms' sophomore album, 'Introverted Extroverts,' it's everything you'd expect from the band; catchy-as-hell, gritty and fun.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK:
Gloria Brancatisano, SYN, Melbourne (VIC)
Stephen Goodhew, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)
Aeron Clark, Edge Radio, Hobart (TAS)

Other tracks by The Gooch Palms:  Tiny Insight
The Floors - Meat     Rock 21/02/2017
Perth's The Floors are multi WAMi award winning musicians, Luke and Ryan Dux along with Ash Doodkorte.
The Floors look outwardly on 'Meat', we're becoming a de-sensitised society.

Other tracks by The Floors:  Pills
The Beegles - Semaphore     Pop, Easy Listening, Psychedelic, Rock 20/05/2016
The Beegles is the project of rising producer, sound engineer and conceptual musician, Ash Briody.
The tape-warped imperfections texture “Semaphore” like some out-dated, richly coloured film stock, streaking and bubbling past your ears.

Other tracks by The Beegles:  San Fran  -  Steppin' Out
Tempura Nights - Studville     Pop, Garage, Rock, Punk 05/09/2015
Tempura Nights have been churning out garage rock milkshakes with sprinkles of jangle pop since beginning as more of a joke, away-from their other bands Go-Violets, Major Leagues, Good Sports.
'Studville' continues to mix influences from snotty punk to ethereal pop and defiantly challenge song structures; they cut all the fat on ‘Studville’, pushing out only the necessary verses and instrumentals; it only clocks in at one minute thirty, but they sure as hell make sure each second counts.

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Swim Team - Positively Hopeless     Pop, Rock, Punk 26/09/2017
Swim Team weave crunchy garage pop with luscious harmonies.
Surf-rock riffs and girl-group harmonies weaved into crunchy lo-fi pop.

Swim Team - New Year     Pop, Rock, Easy Listening 27/06/2019
Swim Team produce warm slices of reverbed-up jangle and crunchy pop. They take inspiration from 60s girls groups, lo-fi indie pop to ramshackle garage and anything soaked in reverb.
Laden with an atmospheric, moody aesthetic, "New Year" celebrates fresh beginnings, new resolutions, while paying homage to the good intentions and bad realities that inevitably take their place.

Swim Team - Everyday Things     Rock, Pop, Garage 16/04/2019
Swim Team is the three piece of Sammy, Krystal and TJ. they take inspiration from 60s girls groups, lo-fi indie pop to ramshackle garage and anything soaked in reverb.
Everyday Things is a tongue in cheek tune about everybody's first world problems, a 2 minute moan and groan about all the little annoying things that make up the daily grind.