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Dogwood Crossing - Hold My Head Up High     Rock 25/09/2014
Dogwood Crossing‘s music gives a nod to Aussie rock bands such as The Screaming Jets and Powderfinger to name a few, while putting their own originality in everything they do.
The new single Hold My Head Up High is a perfect representation of what this band can do, both lyrically and musically. It sticks in your head from the outset and is one of those tracks that will find its way onto music
lovers’ playlists on high rotation

Crimson Heart - Crimson Heart     Hip Hop, Funk, Pop 26/01/2017
From Melbourne, the group is a collaboration of two artists who've been around the traps for many years as solo artists, and have come together to compliment one another's style.
A track true to its heart, the self titled single is the second from eclectic musicians Crimson Heart, talking about relationships and how they are everything from hard work, fantastic, frustrating, but no doubt, worth fighting for.

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Brian Cadd & The Bootleg Family Band - Long Time ‘till the First Time     Rock, Alternative Country, Pop, Retro 01/11/2016
ARIA Hall of Fame singer-songwriter Brian Cadd makes a triumphant return to the airwaves with his first solo album in over a decade – Bulletproof.
The lyrics say it all. It’s a discussion about the difference between what audiences think happens to you as an artist and what really happens. There is a lot of hard slog before anything good happens usually.

Brealyn Sheehan - Forbidden Fruit     Blues/Roots, Acoustic, Rock, Jazz 19/02/2016
Described as “red velvet meets the wild west”, Brealyn blends jazz-fused blues with sultry ballads and a hint of spaghetti western to traverse a stylish path of contemporary music.
Forbidden Fruit is the debut single from Brealyn Sheehan. Produced by Mark Myers (The Middle East, Emma Louise), it features interwoven melodies of saw, guitar, double bass, vintage vibraphone and percussion, creating a haunting backdrop for Brealyn’s lush vocals.

Bec WIllis - Real Thing     Country, Pop, Blues, Roots 14/03/2019
When Bec sings ‘you won’t find the girl I used to be, you’ll find me’ it is the ethos as such for the entire album Other Side Of Town.
The Real Thing is inspired by just that, the real thing, that real head-over-heels compatible in every way love.

The song stayed pretty true to its original composition in the studio. “The only difference to my vision was that Bill added a rippin’ slide guitar to the track, which I love,” says Bec.

Other tracks by Bec WIllis:  Fly  -  Drive
Andrew Farriss - Come Midnight     Country, Rock, Blues, Roots 17/09/2019
Come Midnight is the first solo release ahead of a full-length album. Recorded between his home-studio and Nashville, it embodies the old-school country vibe meets 2020 that Andrew envisioned.
Come Midnight itself is an ode to Andrew’s wife Marlina and the love they share, his admiration for her. It is a nod to the inspiration she is in his life and the support she has been for him. The track highlights how midnight is the time when you reflect on the people who are the most important to you.

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