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Charlie Collins - Wish You Were Here     Folk, Rock 02/08/2018
Having played in various bands both in Australia and overseas, Collins is now returning to her roots of authentic songwriting.
Taking influence from contemporaries such as Soccer Mommy, Snail Mail and The War On Drugs, the track quietly surfaced online two weeks ago and has already received copious amounts of love on Triple J Unearthed, with Triple J's Bridget Hustwaite writing “What a darn dream, can’t wait to hear more.”

Neighbourhood Youth - Stay Safe     Rock 19/07/2018
Neighbourhood Youth emerged from 2017 as one of Melbourne's most talked about live bands.
Bassist and lyricist, Sam Nathan, describes the nature of the song as "finding peace with the realisation that some things are completely beyond your control", with that initial frustration perfectly executed by singer John Philip’s growling baritone.

The Pretty Littles - Sober     Rock, Garage, Punk 04/07/2018
The Pretty Littles are a 4 piece garage rock band from Melbourne.
Recorded at Woodstock Studios in Balaclava in Melbourne. Produced by The Pretty Littles and Greg Reitwyk.

PLTS - Maelstrom     Rock, Pop, Punk 22/06/2018
PLTS (pronounced Pilots) are an indie-rock band from Byron Bay, Australia.
“Writing this track proved the most challenging process we’ve navigated as a group to date. We chose to focus on a water theme, it’s such a significant theme in our personal lives and also is a great representation of the unpredictable nature and challenges in navigating the creation of music and in particular, this track." - PLTS

Eliza & The Delusionals - Half Empty Girl     Rock, Punk, Pop 13/06/2018
Acclaimed indie rock band Eliza & The Delusionals are one of the most exciting groups breaking out of the Australian music scene.
“Half Empty Girl is written about feeling confused with yourself and your decisions in life. The song captures these feelings and the pursuit of better self-understanding." - Eliza Klatt

Sweater Curse - Can't See You Anymore     Rock 08/06/2018
Unabashed dorks, Sweater Curse came together quickly when members Chris, Rei and Monica started captivating Brisbane’s local scene with their charm and evocative, jangly melodies.
Can't See You Anymore is about learning how and when to start looking after yourself first over someone or something else.

The Lex Man - Making Money     Pop, Electronic 30/05/2018
The Lex Man aims to create uncomfortably honest lyrics, backed by quirky pop music.
Talking about the track, The Lex Man explains he wrote ‘Making Money’ about not making money, with his described lack of income making him question the sustainability of his career as a touring musician.

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New Talk - Red Tuesday     Rock, Punk 27/04/2018
New Talk have played festivals such as Falls, SOTA, Baybeats (Singapore) and Concrete & Glass (China), and played alongside Stiff Little Fingers, WAAX, Jen Cloher, Ecca Vandal, and more.
Recorded by frequent collaborator Dave Parkin, ‘Red Tuesday’ is a powerful statement on the importance of place and family remembrance, oscillating between vast space and massive distortion and anchored by Kiera Owen's ever-powerful lead vocal. 

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Aeron Clark, Edge, Hobart (TAS)

WHARVES - High School Hero     Rock 13/04/2018
Hailing from Lennox Head, indie-rock quarter WHARVES have been making waves nationally in their short time together since forming in 2016.
According to the band, ‘High School Hero’ signifies the breaking of chains for the beast that is WHARVES, marking a new direction for the quartet where anything is now possible.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Gloria Brancatisano, SYN, Melbourne (VIC)

PALS - Consumed     Rock, Punk, Garage 05/04/2018
From playing sold out shows at Wollongong’s Rad Bar, to supporting USA rockers Cloud Nothings, PALS are quickly proving to be one of Newcastle’s most tenacious and exciting new bands.
“’Consumed’ was written in the back half of last year and deals with trying to overcome social anxiety,” says vocalist and guitarist Conor Kelly. “We recorded the song in our drummer, Fraser’s, front room where we decided it would be the first single from our upcoming release.”

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Gloria Brancatisano, SYN, Melbourne (VIC) & Amelia Jenner, FBi, Sydney (NSW)

Gamjee - William H. Vanderbilt's Vampire     Rock, Garage, Psychedelic 22/03/2018
Gamjee, the fuzz-family five-piece from Melbourne have been crafting their music since their first rehearsal as infants in the echoing hallways of the local maternity ward.
The track was recorded in Ancona, in rural Victoria, in a house on a hill in the middle of 2017. It was recorded by Thomas Keyte who engineered, mixed and mastered the song. It was coproduced by Sam Harding.

PLANET - Save.Sold     Rock, Pop 09/03/2018
Drawing influences from past and present PLANET combine pop laden guitar hooks with soaring vocal melodies. The result is a sound reminiscent of Britpop but remains undeniably Australian.
‘Save.Sold’ was engineered by vocalist Matty Took, in addition to Lachlan Mitchell (Jezebels, Little Bastard), who also mixed the track, with Steve Smart (Studios 301) mastering the song.

Fan Girl - Small Town     Rock, Punk, Pop 02/03/2018
Whilst only forming about a year ago, the band have quickly made a name for themselves on the local Melbourne scene.
'Small Town' is a song about a night that goes downhill.

Georgia June - Pressure     Pop, Rock, Punk 02/03/2018
Originally a solo act under vocalist Georgia June, the now five-piece hail from Sydney and create delightfully honest, tongue-in-cheek, youthful pop rock tunes about their experiences and observations.
‘Pressure’ was recorded in New York City during vocalist Georgia June’s mentorship under Billboard, with Joel Wittenberg (Surf Rock Is Dead) and Ayad Al Adhamy at Diamond City Studios.

Horror My Friend - Pavement     Rock, Grunge, Garage 22/02/2018
Within their relatively short career, Horror My Friend have caused a stir and garnered critical acclaim both nationally and internationally, through the strength of their songwriting and chaotic live shows.
‘Pavement’ sees Horror My Friend take a step out of their lethargic, suburban home; making a fierce statement on gender inequality and the state of the wider, Australian music industry, filtering it through a dynamic wave of enveloping fuzz and reverb.

Borneo - Jesse     Rock, Punk, Funk, Pop 15/02/2018
Borneo have been causing a ruckus on the live circuit, quickly recruiting an army of loyal punters at each gig thanks to their high impact, charismatic performances and quirky aesthetic.
Talking about the track, singer/guitarist Nick Colbey and writer of ‘Jesse’ says the song “is a simple tale of a coming of age adventure about my brother, leaving the nest to see the world we so long to explore after school is finished.” Produced by Nick Franklin.

SIAMESE - Slaughterhouse     Rock, Garage 01/02/2018
After making waves with their dual debut singles ‘Computer Patient’ and ‘Scatterbrain’, Adelaide’s most exciting young bloods, Siamese, are primed to build on this strong introduction with ‘Slaughterhouse’.
‘Slaughterhouse’ sees Siamese expand into new territory, both sonically and lyrically. This new single takes the traditional idea of a love story and turns it on its head, touching on the ideas of technology, waste and ever-fading attention spans, whilst filtering it through a wave of fuzz and snarling vocals.

Ric Rufio - Water to Wine     Funk/Soul, RnB 27/10/2017
It was during Ric Rufio’s youth that he discovered RnB. Drawn to 90’s acts like Boyz II Men, Ric had found a sound that resonated within that eventually drew him to creating music.
As soon as I wrote it I couldn’t shake it. Every morning I’d wake up it’d be the first thing I’d hear in my head. It’s scary to write a song about trying to convince someone you’re not a fuck-up only to realise you’re really trying to convince yourself.

Slow Turismo - Pistol Powder     Pop, Rock 27/10/2017
Slow Turismo is a four‐piece indie‐rock band based in Canberra. Having played together since childhood, the Conway brothers have developed a strong self‐defined style, cherry picking their favourite musical offerings
Pistol Powder is our take on the cycles of a ‘weekend warrior’. Framed from the morning after, the song explores the tug of war between self-critique and self-pity.

Betty & Oswald - Figure It Out     Rock, Pop 20/10/2017
Betty & Oswald began when Claudia Schmidt and Pete Sotiropoulos were living in a small apartment by the ocean in the south of Sydney.
“’Figure it Out’ traces the contours of a relationship in which one person watches the seemingly irreconcilable demise of the other,” says the band.