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Bugs - Something's Bound To Go Bad     Rock 20/06/2019
Bugs are a lighthearted group of mates who find joy in crafting infectiously happy pop music, and packaging it up with a dose of honest and relatable songwriting.
The song is about how sometimes you are so focused on where you’re trying to get that you don’t realise the wheels are falling off on the way there.

FeelsClub - So Done     Pop 21/06/2019
A humble sextet unleashing creative havoc in the form of dancey trash pop; sometimes raw, allegedly erotic, mostly unapologetic.
So Done is an apathetic shout out to myself over how maybe I am just done caring about anything. I hope it helps others to sing along arm in arm at to realise they are not alone

Telescreen - In Mind     Pop 21/06/2019
An indie/pop band from Melbourne, formed by four twenty-something uni students during their early life crisis.
‘In Mind’ follows the story of someone feeling under-valued and taken for granted in a relationship. It’s about falling into that deadly trap of knowing you’re being mistreated and under-appreciated but being unsure of how to pull yourself out.

Archy Stranger - Home     Pop, Electronic 25/06/2019
Through experimentation with a variety of styles, Archy Stranger’s production palette reflects influences from house, ambient electronic, hip hop and new wave, and arrives at unique brand of pop electronica.
Originally written over two years ago, after arriving back in Australia from months of travelling, ‘Home’ has been a story of longing, patience and self-discovery. Featuring horus-elevating backing vocals from Archy Stranger’s friend and collaborator, Austen.

Hallie - Nice Like Rice     Pop, Rock 04/07/2019
Hallie’s innate aptitude to humorously comment on ordinary society, and express her own playfully honest and relatable stories, demonstrates self awareness beyond her years.
Nice Like Rice is about losing a friend. It's about realising a friendship has been one sided and finally allowing yourself to let go, give up and move on from someone who once considered to be close to you.

The Delta Riggs - Reality     Rock 12/07/2019
‘Reality’ follows recent track ‘Don’t You Frown’; a stomping, groove-fuelled number which confronts finality and the beginnings of a new chapter with humility and dignified poise.
’Reality’ is a song for the dreamers about looking inward to create your own change and not getting caught up in the details,” explains guitarist Jesse Pattinson.

Charlie Collins - Who's Gonna Save You Now     Pop, Country 26/07/2019
Out of Sydney, Charlie Collins has been making waves in the local and national scene of indie-pop/indie-rock/alt-country.
This single is lifted from her recently released glittering debut record ‘Snowpine’ – the reflective, alt-country number ‘Who’s Gonna Save You Now’.

Charlie Collins - Who’s Gonna Save You Now     Country, Alternative Country 26/07/2019
Tamworth-born Collins was raised on a record collection of storytelling. Having played in various bands both in Australia and overseas, Collins is now returning to her roots of authentic songwriting.
‘Who’s Gonna Save You Now’ is a reflective, alt-country single lifted from Tamworth born singer-songwriter Charlie Collins' recently released glittering debut record ‘Snowpine’.

Dress Code - Youth Culture     Pop 02/08/2019
Emerging indie-pop quartet from Adelaide.
'Youth Culture’ combines the band’s honest and mature songwriting with a youthful charm, reflecting on the ways that young people romanticize everyday moments to imitate fabricated Hollywood-esque glamour.

“We’re a generation that's been raised by movies and TV shows and grandiose moments,” says the band. "...we expect extraordinary things to happen, and when they don’t we fabricate them in hindsight.”

The Flowers - Origami     Pop 02/08/2019
The indie-pop trio with ethereal vocals, catchy hooks and lush guitars are an up-and-coming group out of Sydney.
The foundations of ‘Origami’ were first laid in vocalist Agnes O’Dwyer’s solo days. Until the band’s formation, the track remained on the shelf. On one fine jam day, Dylan added his lush guitar line and Leighton his driving beat, and ‘Origami’ blossomed.

Telescreen - Growing Pains     Pop 09/08/2019
Melbourne indie-pop five piece
Could you describe the ups and downs of love as growing pains?

Asha Jefferies - Bad Kisser     Folk, Acoustic 15/08/2019
Singer/songwriter Asha Jefferies, has been writing candid songs since the age of 13, detailing the feelings and moments of her life in a warm attempt to hold those memories forever.
It's a coming of age song for me. I wrote it about an extremely euphoric and tragic moment involving a festival, lust, longing, intoxication & one ultra big insult. It takes a bit of growing up to realise not every interaction you have with a stranger you like & meet will be romantic.

Fan Girl - Fox Song     Rock, Pop 15/08/2019
Melbourne's Fan Girl are a five piece band bringing exhilarating indie rock to Australia's ears.
Fan Girl's latest release, Fox Song, is a song is about power, vulnerability and consequence. Also, have you ever got stuck climbing up a tree?

Bugs - Seriously     Pop, Rock 21/08/2019
Hailing from Brisbane, Bugs are a light-hearted group of mates who find joy in crafting infectiously happy pop music, and packaging it up with a dose of relatable songwriting.
“‘Seriously’ is a song about those times you screw up and end up feeling like a bit of a goofball. It’s easy to be self-deprecating when you make a mistake, but it’s often more helpful to shrug it off and remind yourself that these things happen to everyone,” reflects the band’s front man Connor Brooker.

Sugar Jacket - Fault The Start     Pop, Psychedelic 21/08/2019
For increasingly vaunted producer William van der Vliet (Sugar Jacket), his psychedelic sonic guitarscapes often take flight in his car of all places.
'Fault The Start' was inspired by internal moral dilemmas that we face as a society while so much tragedy is occurring.

Dopamine - Decide     Rock 22/08/2019
Dopamine are a 5-piece Brisbane outfit making waves in the music scene with their stylistic blend of indie-rock, pop and post-punk.
Decide is about the initial feelings that you feel in a relationship. As in the uncertainty of where it will go and the hesitance to put all of your trust into someone with the fear that you could get hurt.

LÂLKA - Go Psycho     Electronic, Dance 22/08/2019
LÂLKA is the Brisbane-based producer/vocalist/musician creating gritty yet opulent electro pop.
This song is about taking ownership of my own body, and by extension, my own identity. It came from the experience I’ve had where my body and clothing choices became ammunition for the people seeking to suppress my ideas and self-expression.

Seaside - Joyride     Pop, Rock 23/08/2019
Emerging from the sparkling waters of beautiful Byron Bay, Seaside are four friends making indie music with a punchy, dream-pop sound.
Upcoming single “Joyride” is the first from Seaside's highly-anticipated forthcoming debut album, slated for release in early 2020. Mixed by Konstantin Kersting (The Belligerents, The Jungle Giants, WAAX) and mastered by George Georgiadis (Last Dinosaurs, Charlie Collins, Gang Of Youths), the song was recorded at Rocking Horse Studios with engineer Paul Pilseniks (Powderfinger, The Living End).

Concrete Surfers - Shattered Thoughts     Rock, Indie 28/08/2019
Brisbane’s Concrete Surfers deliver huge walls of fuzz and bass with forward thinking lyrics and an anti-establishment flair.
Shattered Thoughts reflects a cry for help, and just getting things off your chest when you're struggling to cope with things.

Collectively as a band, we have been really branching out with the music that we listen to which has played a massive part in the way the song has shaped up.

First Beige - Desire     Dance, Indie, Jazz, Soul 28/08/2019
Hailing from Brisbane, First Beige draws upon driving disco grooves, sweeping synths and irresistible vocal hooks to craft a full bodied sonic spectacular guaranteed to get any crowd grooving.
Front man David Versace’s says the group’s mission for ‘Desire’ and beyond was simple, “I really wanted to make a dance EP this time round. I've been writing and playing music for a couple of years now and realized we get the biggest kick out of simple grooves and making people dance”.