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DMA's - The End     Pop, Britpop 31/07/2018
DMA’S once again remind us why their knack for writing infectious pop songs has caught on like wildfire, with their latest offering ‘The End'.
Gentle guitars echo across slow synths, as pensive lyrics wrapped in Tommy O’Dell’s crooning vocals introduce the track. In one swift beat ‘The End’ transforms – driven by soothing percussion encompassed by layered guitars – the track evolves into an anthemic, uplifting song with swirls of melancholic chants encouraging listeners to question along with O’Dell ‘Is there something more?’

2018 ARIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Group, Best Independent Release, Best Rock Album

Confidence Man - Santa's Comin' Down The Chimney     Electronic 07/12/2018
Confidence Man, arguably one of the hottest acts in the world right now, independently released their debut LP Confident Music For Confident People in April 2018.
A tall drink of enchanting dance music, ‘Santa’s Comin’ Down The Chimney’ is the in-your-headphones escape from the mundane, overcooked turkey dinner. Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, ‘Santa’s Comin’ Down The Chimney’ is sure to be the extra cheer you needed. Spike your eggnog and get yourself underneath some mistletoe.

DZ Deathrays, Briggs, Jesswar & Trials - Front Row Hustle     Hip Hop, Rock, Punk 14/03/2019
Brisbane’s original thrash party duo DZ Deathrays have collaborated this year with Australian heavy weights Trials and Briggs and young Australian hip-hop prodigy Jesswar,
‘Front Row Hustle’ is a rework of DZ’s original song ‘Afterglow’, from their acclaimed third studio album Blood Lovely. Arguably one of this year’s most unexpected team ups, ‘Front Row Hustle’ punches – get around it.


DMA'S - The End (MTV Unplugged Live in Melbourne)     Rock 16/04/2019
MTV Unplugged (Live In Melbourne) has today been launched with DMA’S emotionally-charged acoustic version of ‘The End’. This represents DMA’S’ first live performance of the song.
MTV Unplugged (Live In Melbourne) has been launched with DMA’S acoustic version of ‘The End’. MTV Unplugged (Live In Melbourne) finds DMA’S stripping their songbook back to basics. Focusing on acoustic guitar, piano, violin and cello, these new arrangements unveil fresh new perspectives on the songs - honing in on the poignancy of the band’s lyrics, and their classic songwriting.

Jack River - Adolescent     Pop, Rock 16/04/2019
Jack River dips her toes into a hazy ‘90s rock essence and emerges with ‘Adolescent’, demanding to be heard through blasting speakers and sung at the top of your lungs.
Born in New York City a couple of years ago, ‘Adolescent’ is a boycott to conventional pop subject matter, questioning youth’s age old obsession with love and lust. Calling out the façade of social media culture's infatuation with aesthetics, this is a song for all the boys and girls chasing something deeper and grittier, something with meaning.

City Calm Down - Television     Rock, Pop, Electronic 24/04/2019
City Calm Down are a 4 piece indie/electronic band from Melbourne, signed to I OH YOU. New single 'Television' out now.
‘Television’ is the exuberant new single from Melbourne four-piece City Calm Down. Recorded with producer Burke Reid (Courtney Barnett, The Drones, Julia Jacklin), ‘Television’ is a prescient pop anthem for our times, and the band’s first new material since 2018’s masterful Echoes In Blue. ‘Television’ is inspired by 1976’s Sidney Lumet-directed satire Network – an Oscar-winning howl of protest.

DMA'S - Beautiful Stranger     Rock, Pop 16/05/2019
DMA'S are set to release the MTV Unplugged (Live In Melbourne) album on June 14th. The album features their previously unreleased, violin-driven take on the Madonna classic ‘Beautiful Stranger’.
The set makes an immediate statement with ‘Feels Like 37’, which substitutes its rush of spiky melody with a more reflective atmosphere. Numerous fan favourites such as ‘Step Up The Morphine’, ‘In The Air’ and ‘Lay Down’ resonate in their new form, while the album also features their previously unreleased, violin-driven take on the Madonna classic ‘Beautiful Stranger’.

City Calm Down - Stuck (On The Eastern)     Pop 19/06/2019
‘Stuck (On The Eastern)’ is the spirited new single from Melbourne’s City Calm Down, and the second song to be lifted from the band’s just announced third album – Television.
Fresh off the back of three killer sold-out headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne, City Calm Down deliver their most direct hit yet in ‘Stuck (On The Eastern)’, the latest single from the band’s focused, kinetic third album Television. City Calm Down strip away their sound to deliver an electric, exuberant song and chorus.

DZ Deathrays - IN-TO-IT     Rock, Dance, Punk 19/06/2019
Australia’s favourite thrash-party hoons DZ Deathrays are getting back into what they do best since wrapping their 10-year-anniversary tour: serving up head banging, party anthems with new release ‘IN-TO-IT’.
Kicking off with old school punk attitude ‘IN-TO-IT’ started as a bit of banter between the now three-piece, with DZ officially initiating long-term live guitarist Lachlan Ewbank into the group. Intending to write a tune to break the UK, ‘IN-TO-IT’ was born from a guitar riff and the bands quip singing about pubs.

DMA'S - In The Air (MTV Unplugged In Melbourne)     Rock, Pop 25/06/2019
‘In The Air’ is the third track to be shared from the forthcoming live album 'MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne'.
The set makes an immediate statement with ‘Feels Like 37’, which substitutes its rush of spiky melody with a more reflective atmosphere. Numerous fan favourites such as ‘Step Up The Morphine’, ‘In The Air’ and ‘Lay Down’ resonate in their new form, while the album also features their previously unreleased, violin-driven take on the Madonna classic ‘Beautiful Stranger’.

Green Buzzard - I Don't Want To Be Alone     Pop 25/06/2019
‘I Don’t Want To Be Alone’, the first new music from Green Buzzard in almost two years, is well worth the wait.
Produced by Dave Sitek (TV On The Radio, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Weezer) at his rambling LA studio, the single marks a new chapter for the Sydney based project of singer and guitarist Paddy Harrowsmith. Dialling back the distortion in favour of a new found clarity and directness, the song allows Harrowsmith’s knack for writing an earworm to shine.

City Calm Down - Flight     Pop 16/07/2019
City Calm Down share the third song 'Flight', off their forthcoming third studio album Television – released Friday 23 August via I OH YOU.
‘Flight’ is the third single to come from City Calm Down's forthcoming third studio album Television, produced by Burke Reid

DZ Deathrays - Year of the Dog     Rock 16/07/2019
Teaming up with The Bronx front man Matt Caughthran ‘Year Of The Dog’ is a pedal to the floor thrash-party banger.
Teaming up with The Bronx front man Matt Caughthran ‘Year Of The Dog’ is a pedal to the floor thrash-party banger.

Adding his distinctive scream to the track, “Matt from The Bronx, one of our all-time favourite bands, drove an hour from his house, came into the vocal booth and nailed his part on, like, the first go,” laughs Shane.

Brightness - Dallas     Pop, Rock 23/07/2019
“Wilted on a Murphy bed with 3:10 glowing Kubrick-red and Robert Tilton on TV”, so goes the stark opening line to ‘Dallas’, the heady new single from Newcastle singer-songwriter Brightness.
‘Dallas’ is - by Brightness' description - “a song about being spiritually hungry…the volatility and fragility of being in that state.” Its slanting melody, baritone guitars and erratic squalls dunk you in this cloudy space for the bulk of its duration, then slowly lifts you out in its final phrases to the sound of rapturous falsetto and luminous French horn.