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Bleeding Knees Club - Kitchen     Rock 31/07/2018
From its front-cover photo of four hooded hoodlums setting a street ablaze to the incendiary anthems contained inside, Fade The Hammer is the sound of a band on fire.
First single 'Kitchen' is a duet featuring Sophie from Sydney shredders Body Type. It's a curveball song from BKC - a swoonsome strummer that makes you want to fast-forward to summertime, when cold winter nights become warm memories.

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Sannia - Go And Get Over     Pop 20/06/2018
Soulful Melbourne artist Sannia has today announced her debut single Go And Get Over, a strikingly vulnerable track that documents the trying and slow process of moving on.
Go And Get Over is resigned and raw – and it comes from that special place of unwavering sincerity; so intimate that the listener can instantly hear the reverberations of tumultuous pasts, just through her emotive vocals. The melody climbs and peaks in all the right spots, buoyed by gentle production that allows space for that distinctive voice to shine.

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Body Type - Arrow     Rock 16/05/2018
Sydney four piece specialising in a unique brand of scuzz rock.
Returning with their take on scuzz rock, ‘Arrow’ immerses the listener with dreamy distorted guitars, infectious basslines and angsty vocal lines to deliver their self-described “pop-rock tantrum.”

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Juno Disco - Do What You Want     Electronic, Dance 11/05/2018
Freedom in your disco. Do what you want.
Their debut single Do What You Want features some classic synth-funk playing and a very modern vocal sound, begging for cool and calm approach to disco with the message “I’m seeing the funny side of it, so just do what you want.”

Nice Biscuit - Captain     Rock, Psychedelic 27/04/2018
Electrifying, cinematic and delivered with intergalactic gusto - Nice Biscuit are the storm that breaks the heat of a summer’s day.
Through rolling guitar solos, walloping bass riffs, and the double-barrel harmonies of front women Billie and Grace, ‘Captain’ sees the band create a psych-pop haven of their very own, ripened under the sweltering Queensland sun.

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Other tracks by Nice Biscuit:  Fairfield Of Dreams
MEZKO - Come & Go     Electronic 10/04/2018
A collision of futurist pop and electronica that casts one eye backwards at post-punk and krautrock.
'Come & Go' is a tribute to MEZKO's love of the early 70s glam era - where David Bowie, The New York Dolls, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop and more blurred the divide between gender through their music and aesthetic.

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Hockey Dad - Homely Feeling     Rock, Pop, Garage 17/11/2017
Hockey Dad are best mates Billy Fleming and Zach Stephenson, a surf/grunge duo from the NSW South Coast, popular for their infectious, unmistakable brand of rock-pop and high-energy live shows.
"Homely Feeling" is their boldest output to date, it combines Hockey Dad's quintessential Australiana surf rock sound with darker grunge elements, punk drums, confident and anthemic vocals, and pop-rock guitar. It's an ode to their roots after relentless national and global touring took them far from Windang, their coastal hometown.

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Bleeding Knees Club - Case     Rock, Punk 15/11/2017
Bleeding Knees Club are bigger, louder and more pumped-up than ever before.
Good News! Summer’s here, and Bleeding Knees Club have got your anthem for the season sorted with their brand new single "Case". A pens-down, school’s out, kiss-off ode to pissing off everyday drudgery, it’s a song for everyone whose “Brain is fried from working nine to five”.

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S.M. Jenkins - Waiting To Survive     Rock 15/11/2017
S. M. Jenkins is a band started by Steve Bourke, based on some recordings he was making alone in his house.
The song sets the scene for the band's upcoming EP Campbelltown, named after the suburb in Western-Sydney. Main-man Steve Bourke was living in Mittagong for a time, carless. Getting around on the train, Steve would always have to changeover in Campbelltown, on his way to and from Sydney.

Hazel English - Make It Better     Folk 10/11/2017
Growing up in Sydney and spending time in Melbourne before relocating to newly adopted home in Oakland CA, the 25-year-old’s music reflects this movement in her life.
Hazel’s songs are are charming, bittersweet, deeply personal yet very relatable, and have already earned her an impressive string of accolades. 'Make It Better' premiered via Stereogum, who labelled her one of their 40 Best Bands of 2016, and has since been added to spot rotation on triple j.

Other tracks by Hazel English:  Never Going Home  -  It's Not Real
Feki - Love You Better     Electronic, Pop 01/11/2017
Electronic music with soul is at the forefront of Feki’s sound. Never forgetting the importance of music resonating with his audience, Feki has built back to back powerful emotive tracks.
Brisbane beat maker, Feki reveals the pop infused, pulsating track “Love You Better”, featuring vocals from Karina Wykes of rising electronic trio, GLADES and co-produced with Styalz Fuego.

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Tigertown - Come My Way     Pop 01/11/2017
Tigertown embody pop’s tradition - turning emotion into art, pain into pleasure - taking the tribulations of the human condition and remoulding them into a glittering audio spectacle
“Come My Way” was written in Nicaragua with British songwriter James Flannigan who also co-wrote “Warriors”, and is about helping someone through a time of depression.

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MEZKO - Steady On     Electronic 04/10/2017
Multi-instrumentalist dark birds that make music that is simultaneously built for a dance floor and a battle cry.
About being on the edge of a depressed phase, it focuses on “the moment when you’re out of it and trying to hold on to the exit. You’re steady because you’re back.” Poignant and relatable, MEZKO bring vulnerability and take cathartic control of it by singing “steady on, that happiness.”

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Orlean - Faster     Electronic, Pop 04/10/2017
Intensity and detachment; robotic but human; current yet nostalgic... Orlean marry polar opposites into sophisticated pop gems.
Says Li of the track: “I like the pacing of the song, and how the lyrics are open-ended… how ominous and incantatory the vocals are.”

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Tina Says - With Me     Electronic 04/10/2017
One of Perth's most in-demand DJs and one of the most promising producers coming out of Australia.
Bouncy and broody in equal measure, Tina Says' latest offering sees the Perth producer dig deeper into her electro-house roots and Mediterranean influence. The track's infectious, propulsive beat and a guiding monotone vocal urges you to "dance til dusk" and you might just have to.

Alex Cameron - Candy May     Pop, Downbeat 22/09/2017
"When the Zeit has run out of geist, and Post-Modernism is passe, there will be Alex Cameron. A sharper songwriter you would be hard pressed to find."Henry Rollins
'Candy May' is a visual, gut-wrenching longing, seeping out through the skin with a swagger that is distinctively Alex Cameron.

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Other tracks by Alex Cameron:  Stranger's Kiss (Duet with Angel Olsen)  -  Runnin' Outta Luck
Tigertown - Warriors (Glades Remix)     Electronic, Pop 20/09/2017
The latest testament to Tigertown’s ability for creating pop that is all at once huge and triumphant, yet danceable and inviting
A club-ready reinterpretation best served with flashing lights and the unity of the dance floor.

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Orlean - I Can't Keep Loving You Like This     Electronic 26/08/2017
Orlean are a Melbourne duo of producer Terry Mann and singer Bella Li. You may have come across Mann from his work as Coach Bombay - bombastic, high-energy, bubblegum electronica.
Intensity and detachment; robotic but human; current yet nostalgic... Orlean marry polar opposites into sophisticated pop gems.

Orlean's new track "I Can't Keep Loving You Like This" relates the coldness of your lover live on the other side of the world. The warmth is fading, the sentiments shared now rote.

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Tigertown - Warriors     Pop 21/07/2017
Tigertown embody the foundation of pop’s tradition - turning emotion into art, pain into pleasure.
A song about the divide between fantasy and reality, “Warriors” carries on themes of love and introspection which lie behind Tigertown’s lyricism. It explores the internal monologue of two people who experience an idealised love in their dreams, which they can never transfer into the actuality of everyday life.

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Self Talk - Bedside Dictionary     Pop, Punk 14/07/2017
Punchy pop-rock, inspired by heartache and hindsight, nostalgia and new beginnings.
"Bedside Dictionary" continues Self Talk's legacy of throwing down instantly addictive nuggets of gold that equally inspire fist-in-the air sing alongs as they do heart-warming consolation.