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d e n n i s. - Alive     Electronic 16/11/2018
d e n n i s. is the solo project of Australian singer/songwriter Olivia. Inspired by the likes of Kimbra, Robinson, and Astrid S.
Alive is about this bitter sweet feeling of falling for “I fancy you and you fancy me, and yet we both should have known better that it was never going to be” and are left feeling nothing but confused as to why. Go figure.

Sugar Jacket - How Many Times     Pop, Psychedelic 16/11/2018
Producer Sugar Jacket crafts beats and song structures from a veritable treasure trove of vintage keyboards, synthesizers and sequencers as he mines a rich vein of music history.
How Many Times is the new psychedelic dream pop single from Sugar Jacket, recorded in Northcote in 2017.

River Blue - Catch Me On My Way Down     Folk, Rock 17/11/2018
Melbourne’s River Blue harnesses the core element of folk songwriting, weaving metaphorical worlds with intimate encounters, presenting an endless conflict between light and dark to soft and brash.
‘Catch Me On My Way Down’ marks the return of Melbourne artist, River Blue. The release provides a new look at River Blue as a songwriter, following on from his 2017 debut EP ‘Young At Heart’.

Sugar Jacket - How Many Times     Electronic 17/11/2018
Sugar Jacket has evolved from William van der Vliet’s passion for musical exploration and immersion, building on from early projects.
Sugar Jacket's debut single, ‘How Many Times’ is an emotionally charged track that brings together psychedelic sounds, lyrical themes of disconnecting friendships and an incredible in-studio energy.

BATTS - Mars     Folk, Rock 29/11/2018
BATTS is the moniker for Melbourne-based singer-songwriter and space enthusiast, Tanya Batt's inspired by space and novels. BATTS writes both about personal experiences and fictional characters.
“Mars is a song written about a futuristic relationship between someone who lives on Earth and someone who lives on Mars,” BATTS explains. “However, it can relate to long distance relationships anywhere in the present, or even feeling distant and disconnected to someone sitting right next to you.”

Good Boy - CRF     Rock, Punk 29/11/2018
Good Boy are endearingly unstoppable crafters of political and quintessentially Australian punk-fueled tunes.
"CRF stands for nothing, not unlike all round dislikeable bloke and pig in a wig, the dishonourable Joe Hockey. This absolute scumbag spends tax payer money on fancy food and plonk. He is a bit of a shit political figure and has little backbone. Enjoy the song"
- Good Boy

The Delta Riggs - Out of Place     Rock 30/11/2018
The Delta Riggs have stayed true to themselves. They’ve remained busy on the road, meeting & performing for real people, listening to their stories and creating genuine connections.
‘Out Of Place’ is geared around The Delta Riggs’ unwavering authenticity, focusing on the importance of real, candid human connection in a digital age, and the unhealthy disconnect that is implicit in purely online relationships.

Sweater Curse - (Hear You)     Rock 01/02/2019
Unabashedly 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.
‘(Hear You)’ follows the narrative of the band’s 2018 singles, ‘Mon’s Song’ and ‘Can’t See You Anymore’, delving into the world of tumultuous relationships and in-depth emotional exploration.

Charlie Collins - Beautifully Blind     Rock 06/02/2019
Sydney-via-Tamworth singer songwriter Charlie Collins is now returning to her roots of authentic songwriting after playing in various bands both in Australia and overseas.
Charlie explains ’Beautifully Blind’ is a look at toxic relationships. The song was written with friends who came to the session with this idea of two people tearing each other apart, not knowing that pain was already in my orbit. Our words connected on this tune that shows the contradictory pathetic and poetic faces we use to mask our hurt.”

Bugs - Safe Place     Rock 12/02/2019
Hailing from Brisbane, Bugs are a lighthearted group of mates who find joy in crafting infectiously happy pop music.
The gritty new track showcases Bugs’ knack for catchy, yet purposeful songwriting, and punchy, high-energy instrumentals.

The Paddy Cakes - Depressing All     Rock 18/02/2019
Melbourne band The Paddy Cakes are quickly forcing a name for themselves with their fast pace live shows and seductive swagger. They are working with Dylan Adams, recording debut EP.
"This song was written at a time in my life when I was getting frustrated and a bit bored towards everything going on. Some days honestly felt like Deja Vu. It was the same shit, different day, and it felt like my mind was off with the fairies for most of it. It’s essentially about just wanting something new"

T Scarlett - Falling For You     Folk, Easy Listening, Electronic 18/02/2019
T Scarlett was born out of my love for sharing experience through music. The music, lyrics and videos chronicle my reflections of life; looking back at experiences.
A story about young love. Simple and true. My reflection of love at a young age is that people have a tendency to find themselves too far down the rabbit hole...something that transports someone into a wonderfully (or troublingly) surreal state or situation.

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Clea - Right Way     Pop, Folk 22/02/2019
Clea’s passion for music and songwriting runs deep and is by far the most significant avenue by which she makes her mark on the world around her.
After turning heads with the release of her debut album ‘Vermillion’, Clea is thrilled to share her next single, ‘Right Way’.

Clea recorded ‘Vermillion’ together with her partner, musician/producer Alistar Richardson, in a hand-built recording studio perched over a lily-strewn dam in the Scenic Rim in Queensland.

Khi'leb - Anthem (Feat. Kiing Twiist)     Hip Hop, Rap 22/02/2019
A testament to the power of Australia’s new wave of hip hop, Khi’leb’s sound promises to be interesting and diverse, yet nostalgic.
Up-and-coming Brisbane rapper, Khi’leb, is thrilled to announce the release of his latest single, ‘Anthem (feat. Kiing Twiist)’. As a self-produced, mixed and mastered track, Khi’leb’s ‘Anthem’ is not only a taste of what’s to come from the young rapper, but a testament to the new wave of Australian hip hop, currently taking the world by storm.

Party Dozen - Party Dozen     Rock, Experimental, Instrumental 26/02/2019
A sonic partnering of saxophonist Kirsty Tickle and percussionist Jonathan Boulet, Party Dozen is a project loosely based around improvisation.
"We called this track Party Dozen because we think it's just such a good representation of the band. It's fun, wild, rockin' and energetic. It's also not lost on us that it's pretty funny and confident to self title a track, and not an album"

Recorded in one take at Golden Retriever, Marrickville. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Boulet.

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Sloan Peterson - Here     Rock, Pop 28/02/2019
Creating love songs full of sweet sensibilities reminiscent of a time gone by, the Sydney songwriter draws strong influence from musical legends, grasping 50s guitar pop and contemporary garage rock.
I wrote 'Here' when I was 18, and the song brings back nostalgic vibes of living in the moment and being free, which I wanted to translate through the film clip. I was inspired by elements of Elton John and Gwen Stefani within the dynamics throughout the track creating a push/pull wave of energy.

The Oogars - Scream     Pop 28/02/2019
Gold Coast/Byron girl band the Oogars formed in 2018 with plenty of music to come. Blending together dreamy harmonies that resonate with surf rock and psychedelic melodies.
The song is about being young and not wasting your time on things or people that don’t deserve it and just having fun and not taking things so serious.The verses relate to thinking about our attempts at love or life and our fails, and the chorus plays on that, and saying ‘it didn’t work but ah well we had fun!

BATTS - Folding Chairs     Folk, Pop, Acoustic 01/03/2019
BATTS is the moniker for Melbourne-based singer-songwriter and space enthusiast, Tanya Batt. Inspired by space and novels, BATTS writes both about personal experiences and fictional characters.
At its core, ‘Folding Chairs’ is contemplative and gentle, exploring the journey taken to improve one’s self. Recorded and mixed by Tanya Batt herself, and with mastering by Isaac Barter, the complete track is yet another release of BATTS’ that showcases thoughtful and touching songwriting.

Georgia June - Prove Myself     Pop, Rock 20/03/2019
Georgia June are an infectious force of energy. Forming in 2017, the band blend charging guitars, exciting melodies and a relentless rhythm section to fuel stories about vulnerability and strength.
'Prove Myself' is the new single from Sydney band Georgia June that encapsulates the band’s knack for bringing the worlds of 80s music and modern messages together in one neat, catchy package.

Gaspar Sanz - Meanderthal     Rock, Pop 29/03/2019
Dom, Sammy, Jesse & Jimmy are a four piece band from Sydney who cover a wide array of musical genres (ranging from pop to folk) and settled on a sound.
The major theme of this EP is the notion that we all really know nothing at all. We're all meandering through life, lurching from thing to thing without ever truly understanding the significance of it all. Taking comfort and solace in more simple/seemingly mundane elements of life is a beautiful and powerful thing. It’s something everyone needs to do more