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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?

Family Jordan - It Won't Be Long     Blues/Roots, Rock 03/12/2015
Brisbane seven piece Family Jordan are here for a new set of ears. They cut the grease and wash the dishes all under the beautiful umbrella of rock and roll.
A brand new single, the first to be taken from the bands forthcoming sophomore album, due early 2016. The single is titled ‘It Won’t Be Long’ and was recorded and mixed at 'The Shed' studios in Brisbane by the bands guitarist Sam Joseph who also co-produced alongside Jordan Rochfort.

Eliza and the Delusionals - Jackie     Rock 06/10/2018
Acclaimed indie rock band Eliza & The Delusionals are one of the most exciting groups breaking out of the Australian music scene.
“I wrote this song about coping with loss after my dog passed away,” says vocalist Eliza Klatt. “It was probably the saddest I had ever felt. I wasn’t sure if I’d ever be able to write a song that would do justice to how I was feeling, but it felt really right when I finished writing it".

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

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.”

DRESS CODE - Candy Heart     Pop, Rock, Indie 14/02/2020
Adelaide's DRESS CODE are quickly proving to be an up-and-coming force leading the charge in one of Australia’s most exciting new music destinations.
‘Candy Heart’ is a song about falling in love, and all the fear, uncertainty, and confusion that goes along with that. Life is sometimes a bitter pill to swallow but some people make it seem like a candy heart.

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.

Death by Denim - Rise     Rock 20/09/2018
Hailing from Perth, the four piece rock formation has been known for their high energy live shows, versatile song writing and tendency to wear outlandish combinations of denim.
Rise is about separation from a lifelong relationship and the overwhelming spectrum of emotion that comes with such events. It was written shortly after attending a Roger Waters concert at Perth arena. The experience inspired us to think about some of the bigger themes in our lives when writing our next work.

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.

Crocodylus - Sweaty Already     Rock, Garage 04/10/2017
Almost entirely by word-of-mouth, Crocodylus have developed a reputation for their loud, boisterous performances, as well as the contrasting, complementary songwriting styles of vocalists Josh Williams and Stephen Sacco.
“’Sweaty Already’ is the hottest, sweatiest song in our live set. The crowd loves it, because who can’t relate to being sweaty?” says vocalist Josh Williams.

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Crocodylus - Christian Syrups     Rock, Garage 19/08/2017
Fun, punch garage rock trio from Sydney, Australia.
The track was recorded and mixed by Owen Penglis (Straight Arrows), and mastered by Mikey Young (Eddy Current Suppression Ring / Total Control).

Contrast - Livewire     Rock, Pop 13/04/2016
Formed in 2012 through mutual love for skateboarding and loud music, Contrast set to carry on the torch from Australian musical forefathers The Church, The Underground Lovers and The Go-Betweens.
The track 'Livewire' is the first single off Contrast forthcoming debut album and was recorded in Melbourne under the watchful eye of Stu Mackenzie from King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard fame.

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.

Columbus - Can't Hide From What Hurts     Indie, Rock, Punk 07/11/2019
Playing earnest and relatable rock ballads, Australian trio Columbus have established themselves a force to be reckoned with, both internationally and abroad.
"‘Can’t Hide From What Hurts’ represents the past 12 months of the band and all of us making it out stronger than ever. You can’t mask how you feel and expect to grow. It takes strength to confront how you feel and use that to move forward and improve." - Daniel

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.

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.”

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’.

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 - Please Let Me Go     Rock 28/05/2019
Growing up in Tamworth, Collins was raised on a record collection of storytelling, and from the young age was pushing her way on to the stage of the local pub.
“This is somewhat of a self-pity song,” Charlie Collins explains. “I was feeling sorry for myself when I wrote this, I just felt like I couldn’t win in a sense. I felt tired and didn’t feel I had the strength to keep going, constantly comparing myself to others around me and feeling like somewhere along the lines, I had failed.”

Charlie Collins - I Don't Want To Be In A Rock Band     Country, Indie, Rock 21/11/2019
Growing up in Tamworth, Collins was raised on a record collection of storytelling.
The song was written whilst Charlie was on tour with Gang Of Youths. It is about Charlie's long journey exploring different genres while fronting numerous bands. Not feeling like herself and almost resenting who she was becoming. Until she decided to step out on her own and write freely and express herself musically with what comes naturally.