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Approachable Members Of Your Local Community - On + On     Pop, Rock 23/07/2019
Reliably funky&devilishly handsome in their matching Adidas, these nebbish boys from the more-recently-clean streets of St Kilda who make up the AM's deliver a service the community knows and loves.
“We wrote ‘On + On’ about daring to chase a dream, doing all you can to make it happen, &coming up against your fear of falling flat”. It starts off with synth-piano chords &an eighties like feel that invites summer right into your ears. The bright-pulsating chords combined with low &smooths vocals lead us from one lyric to the next,

Spike Fuck - Body By Crystal     Rock 11/07/2019
Drawing from a difficult period of heroin addiction, Spike Fuck creates beautifully infectious, Triffids-tinged rock and roll songs
Body By Crystal features a melody redolent of early Velvets belying rangy, plain spoken lyricism which talks, unstintingly, of a life in freefall spurred on by drug abuse: “I lost myself and I lost my self-esteem...just mood swings and a penchant for methamphetamines”

Tulliah - Company     Pop 05/07/2019
Tulliah, 17, grew up on her family farm on the Mornington Peninsula. Between walking her dog Harley and homework, Tulliah pens stories close to her heart.
- She worked with Sam Sproul (Kimbra), Matthew Wright (Getaway Plan), Albert Salt (Juno Disco) on 'Company'.
- Supporting GRAACE on her sold out tour in July
- Spun on Triple J
- Sounds like: Laurel, Emma Louise, Matt Corby

FRITZ - Jan 1     Pop 03/07/2019
Newcastle's quirkiest DIY spirit FRITZ recently released her first new music for the year, following on from Austin's SXSW and appearances at Laneway Festival (Sydney) and Groovin the Moo (Maitland).
I wrote Jan 1 on January 1st of this year after having a BIG CRY the night before. I don’t wanna get so emotional over things that don’t deserve my emotions. I’ve never liked new years resolutions but it was just a coincidence for me to write this on new years day when everyone usually makes their resolutions...

Annie Hamilton - Kitchen     Pop, Rock 28/06/2019
On her third single Kitchen, Sydney artist Annie Hamilton navigates memory, perception and nostalgia through cascading, ethereal vocals and sprawling instrumentation.
The song’s bracingly vulnerable lyrics are juxtaposed against shimmering pop hooks and lush production, presenting the most private moments with boldness and confidence.

Jordan Rakei - Mind's Eye     Jazz, Soul 27/06/2019
Rackei moved from Brisbane to London in 2015, signed to Ninja Tune, released his second LP in 2017. A mature and sophisticated release, underlined himself as a songwriter, producer, performer.
Switching up from the intimate portrait he painted with “Wallflower”, Jordan has taken a step back to study humanity as a whole. Overtly inspired by dystopian visions of our future combined with Jordan’s inner contemplation of humanity and our existence, ‘Mind’s Eye’ describes a future world in which wearable tech has been superseded by tech implanted in the human body.

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Ali Barter - Backseat     Pop, Rock 26/06/2019
Australian indie-pop singer and sugar-dusted shredder Ali Barter returns in 2019 armed with a clutch of brand new tracks and those unmistakable, ex-choir girls pipes
Ali Barter offers her first ever love song. Based on her real life love story with husband and constant collaborator Oscar Dawson, Barter says “’Backseat’ is about admiring someone from afar and then falling in love

FRITZ - Ghost Poke     Rock, Garage 10/05/2019
Newcastle based DIY-til-you-die noise pop for fans of Alvvays, Best Coast, and Fazerdaze. Bursting with charm, FRITZ captures with soaring guitars, twinkling synths and enduring lyrics.
Energetic, pulsing track that tackles a multitude of subjects, including people who only speak to you when they need/want something.

‘Ghost Poke’ is a term I coined that is basically when someone treats you like a ghost and only ever talks to you when they want something or when they’re desperate for someone to talk to." - Tilly Murphy (FRITZ)

Juno Disco - Darlin'     Electronic, Dance, Pop 03/05/2019
Melbourne duo creating interstellar soundscapes culminating in pop synthesis - FFO: Hot Chip, Harvey Sutherland, Giorgio Moroder
Glistening synths that channel the distinct modulations of Giorgio Moroder's finest dancefloor polishers culminate into a starburst of pop perfection.

RIVAH - Worry Bout It     Pop, Electronic, RnB 17/04/2019
Brisbane-based pop vanguard creating unabashed, inspiring pop with R&B inflections. Featuring production from people behind Jarryd James, Chet Faker, Flume, SuperCruel. For Fans of MØ and SZA
"Worry Bout It" is the latest single from Brisbane pop-vanguard RIVAH. Recently signed to Inertia Music, it features on her debut self-titled EP, which showcases an artist flourishing on their own edge of the pop spectrum.

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Annie Hamilton - My New Tattooed Chameleon     Rock 16/04/2019
Annie Hamilton emerges as a bold, colourful and vibrant singer/songwriter, Two singles deep, she has established herself as an artist flourishing with warmth and intimate songwriting
On her second single “My New Tattooed Chameleon” Sydney musician Annie Hamilton explores unfulfilled romance, nostalgia and self-discovery through propulsive, distorted guitars and cascading, melodic vocals.

Both the song and it's vibrant video were premiered on Sydney's FBi Radio,

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Mildlife - How Long Does It Take?     Electronic, Funk, Jazz 16/04/2019
Revered Melbourne four-piece who create kaleidoscope jams that walk the interplanetary path between jazz, funk and disco with the perfect amalgamation of cosmic electronics and soulful acoustic instrumentation.
‘How Long Does It Take?’ is a pulsing dark-matter-powered locomotive plowing through the upper atmosphere.

Ali Barter - Ur A Piece Of Shit     Rock, Pop, Garage 09/04/2019
Ali Barter is a Melbourne based singer songwriter, who emerged with breakout track 'Girlie Bits' in 2017, taken from her debut album 'A Suitable Girl'.
“Ur A Piece of Shit' is an ode to my best friends. It’s about the things we went through as teenagers and how they’ve affected us in adult life, and how those experiences have bound us together,"

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The Murlocs - What If?     Blues/Roots, Psychedelic, Garage 09/04/2019
Forged on Victoria's Surf-Coast, over two EPs, three albums, and a dynamic presence on the live circuit, The Murlocs have established themselves as a much-loved staple of the psych/garage scene.
The Murlocs continue to set themselves apart in this next single 'What If?' with their signature blend of old-world rhythm, blues and psychedelia, bolstered by the unmistakable vocals and harmonica breakdowns of Kenny-Smith.

Taken off their newest album, produced by Stu Mackenzie (King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard) and mixed by New York musician Jarvis Taveniere (Real Estate, Parquet Courts).

Other tracks by The Murlocs:  Comfort Zone  -  Withstand
Jordan Rakei - Mind's Eye     Electronic 14/03/2019
Back from studio hibernation, Jordan Rakei releases new single ‘Mind’s Eye’. His first solo material since 2018’s ‘Wildfire’ and with new music in what promises to be a busy 2019.
‘Mind’s Eye’ describes a future world in which wearable tech has been superseded by tech implanted in the human body. “The subject of the song is experiencing a technological malfunction which is flooding his mind's eye with projections of chaos causing him to question his reality,” explains Jordan.

The Murlocs - Withstand     Rock, Garage, Psychedelic, Blues 14/03/2019
5 piece garage psych blues fusion hailing from Victoria's surf coast, a staple in the Aussie psych scene and Flightless Records Family
Withstand is the second single to be taken from The Murlocs upcoming album 'Manic Candid Episode', out 22 March 2019. "The original version of 'Withstand' was a bit longer with what felt like too much space in between the parts, so we edited it down to be a shorter/snappier dance party." says frontman Ambrose Kenny-Smith,

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Shogun And The Sheets - Hold On Kid     Rock 30/10/2018
Riveting, downcast, charismatic, complex; the new band from the iconic ex-Royal Headache's frontman.
'How can you be a man, if you had no idea what a man is' - Shogun explores others projections of masculinity and chauvinism in this classic punk scorcher.

Other tracks by Shogun And The Sheets:  Pissing Blood
Johnny Hunter - Cult Classic     Rock, Garage, Punk 16/10/2018
Johnny Hunter are a 5 piece outfit from Sydney - delivering glam-pop theatrics with a metallic, post-punk sheen, alongside clever lyricism and sardonic wit.
Cult Classic is Johnny Hunter's personal signoff on scene vanguards and the ever bitter pursuit of success. Singing out to the prickly subject of fame, the song takes inspiration from a year full of high profile blunders in every corner of the world.

MEZKO - Guess Who     Electronic, Rock 16/10/2018
MEZKO are the duo of multi-instrumentalists Kat Harley and Laura Bailey. Together, they create a collision of futurist pop and electronica that casts one eye backwards at post-punk and krautrock.
'Guess Who' emerges as an ode to the catharsis of acknowledging and eliminating negative forces from ones life. In MEZKO's words "This is a song for the people you leave behind. The ones that got you really hard and then dragged you right down. It's about moving on from someone toxic, a kind of a soundtrack for removing the dirt"

The Delta Riggs - Fake That     Rock 22/08/2018
4 piece rock band from the Gold Coast via Melbourne.
'Fake That' is the first single to be taken from the forthcoming self-produced album #4 from The Delta Riggs.