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Tame Impala - Lost In Yesterday     Alternative, Psych, Rock 16/01/2020
In just under a decade, Tame Impala (Kevin Parker) have gone from a beloved psychedelic project to one of the most revered rock bands in the world.
"Lost In Yesterday” is a deep dive into the addictive nature of nostalgia propelled by loopy, driving disco. An examination of time’s distorting effect on memories, Parker realises that even the most disdainful times can take on a rosy tinge the further they recede in the rear-view.

MAYAH - Tied You Up     R&B, Hip Hop, Pop 13/12/2019
Raised on her older-sisters' record-collection in the rainforest-village of Kuranda, Queensland, the soundtrack to MAYAH’s childhood merged their love of Lauryn Hill, TLC with mum's favourites, Moby and Massive Attack.
The Cairns-born artist describes her new song as being about “tying up loose ends, be it relationships, friendships or situations. It comes from a place of self-assuredness and personal growth.”

Polish Club - Countdown     Rock, Alternative 13/12/2019
There are two of them. They are called Novak and John-Henry and are the loudest goddamn soul outfit you’ve ever heard. (And yes, they are both sort of Polish).
Not content with the traditional New Years Eve countdown, Sydney's most raucous duo have created their own. Aptly named 'Countdown', Polish Club's latest single is set to have you dancing into the new year (and maybe regretting that 3am kebab).

Baker Boy - Meditjin     First Nations, Hip Hop, Pop 21/11/2019
Fresh from winning the 2019 NIMA for Artist-Of-The-Year, Melbourne based hip hop artist Baker Boy rounds out his stellar year with the release of his new single ‘Meditjin’ featuring JessB.
Blazing a path rapping in his native language of Yolngu Matha as well as English, the Arnhem Land artist sings “Music is the Meditjin”, which means Medicine in his first language. Baker Boy says “Music is the best meditjin, it brings everyone together, makes you want to dance, love, laugh, vibe and I wrote Meditjin with just that in mind.

MAYAH - Pray     Hip Hop, R&B, Pop 14/11/2019
Raised on her older-sisters' record-collection in the rainforest-village of Kuranda, Queensland, the soundtrack to MAYAH’s childhood merged their love of Lauryn Hill, TLC with mum's favourites, Moby and Massive Attack.
MAYAH emerges with her debut-single ‘Pray’. Working with Melbourne producer Rob Amoruso, ‘Pray’ is MAYAH’s first release through Island Records Australia. MAYAH shines a spotlight on the overwhelming influence social media has on our lives. "The song is about how we show curated snippets of our lives on social media but it's not the full side; it's the highlight reel."

YUMA X - What You Want     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Indie, Pop, Dance 11/11/2019
Electronic-duo Lucy Washington and Jake Smith aka Yuma X have garnered over 5.3 million-global-streams on their music which includes, ‘Chasing Patterns’, ‘Swimming Pool’, ‘Matchstick’ and their debut EP Home Recordings.
“What You Want is a song about relationships and knowing that you’d give each other anything to be happy, even if it meant leaving,” explains Jake Smith, one half of Yuma X. The track which began at Jake’s home studio in Narrabeen on Sydney’s Northern Beaches was finished at Forbes Street Studios in Woolloomooloo.

NOT A BOYS NAME - Raise The Alarm     Indie, Alternative, Rock 25/10/2019
NOT A BOYS NAME is the project by Sydney multi-instrumentalist Dave Jenkins Jr.
The song is about finding the catalyst to shake you up and take you where you want to go. It’s so easy to get stuck in a complacent place, a burning room. It’s so easy to say, this is fine. This song is about learning to say it’s not.”

Havana Brown - ALL DAY     Pop, Hip Hop, Dance 24/10/2019
Havana Brown returns with her new single ‘ALL DAY’, delivering once again another bona-fide pop-RnB hit. With multi-platinum selling hits, the new track, with its lighter-pop-sound, follows previous single ‘Glimpse.
"I’m a pop-girl at heart and ALL DAY is one of those songs that has a great beat and feel-good melody blended with a touch of RnB. This is the kind of track you sing out loud with your girlfriends in a car," says Havana.

Paces - Vertigo ft. Yorke     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Indie 24/10/2019
A new chapter has begun for Paces. Today the Australian musician and producer has revealed a brand new track ‘Vertigo’, his first major release since his 2018 sophomore album Zag.
Experimenting with new styles and sonic palettes, the Byron Bay local teamed up with another local, Yorke, for this golden tune. The track was triggered by Yorke’s unique vocal tik of hiccupping, the indie-pop newcomer always thought it would be interesting to build it into a song but couldn’t find the right producer to do so.

Lakyn - Choir Boy     Alternative, Hip Hop, Pop, Indie 20/09/2019
Melbourne-based artist Lakyn returns with his new single 'Choir Boy'. Sonically and authentically, the single hears Lakyn reflect on his personal growth and writing / recording state of mind.
‘Choir Boy’ was written in a personal jam session with no real intention of releasing. What allowed the free-flowing emotions and rhythm to naturally articulate the direction, it was his close friends who encouraged to explore the song further. The single was worked on with Konstantin Kersting (Tones & I, Mallrat) from The Belligerents, who co-wrote and produced the track

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COTERIE - Where We Began     Alternative, Indie, R&B, Pop 12/09/2019
COTERIE (pronounced coat-e-rie), are a four-piece indie rock band from the windy willows of Perth, Australia, and they’re here to stay in the spotlight.
Honest and raw, ‘Where We Began’ was written by the band just hours after helping a friend as he struggled to carry the weight of a broken relationship, and the ramifications of it.

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Bag Raiders - Back To Myself feat. Tora     Dance, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Alternative, Indie 11/09/2019
After three single releases and the completion of a sold out national tour across August, Bag Raiders (Jack Glass and Chris Stracey) unveil their long-awaited, sophomore album Horizons
"Back to Myself” feat. Tora, a shiny new feature track from Horizons, crashes into shimmying percussion work destined to keep the body moving.

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Other tracks by Bag Raiders:  Medicine  -  I Need You
Eliott - Find A Way     Pop, Chill, Easy Listening, Pop 22/08/2019
Eliott: the 21-year old songwriter and singer whose gut-wrenching lyrics and arresting vocals will leave you enamored. Her music acutely captures feelings of heartache, longing and restlessness.
Eliott describes her new single Find A Way’ as being about “losing all your insecurities and finally finding peace in who you are and where you are. Having trust in not only yourself but your surroundings, in a place where you’re intuition brings serenity and allows you to get your s**t together”

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The Million - Somebody Better     Pop, Funk, RnB 22/08/2019
Central Coast indie-pop trio The Million are a three-piece band that create infectious indie-pop tracks.
'Somebody Better’ is grounded in funk and R&B sensibilities, while remaining fundamentally pop. It is the ultimate example of making good-out-of-a-bad situation. After enduring mind games and an unhealthy dynamic with an ex-partner, the band's vocalist Jacob Thomas met his current girlfriend, herself coming out of a toxic-relationship and imagined what would happen if their respective exes got together.

Yuma X - Chasing Patterns     Electronic 22/08/2019
Sydney’s Yuma-X - comprised of Lucy-and-producer Jake Smith - met in-2009, at a NYE-party while they were-in-their-final-year of highschool. They-started working-on-music-together, combining Lucy’s powerful singing chops and Jake’s dexterous, comprehensive-composition-skills.
‘Chasing Patterns’ charts the joys and torment of a complicated, co-dependent and addictive relationship. Buttressed by propulsive, atmospheric beats and Lucy Washington’s vocals, song teases a relationship’s positives and negatives.

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ZEKIEL - Skipping School     Hip Hop, Rap, Pop 15/08/2019
ZEKIEL is the newest member of the Australian alternative-hip-hop community. The 23-year old Queenslander singer/songwriter is dropping his new single ‘Skipping School’ that he wrote and co-produced with Jack Gray.
Opening with modulated vocals and subtle splashes of swirling synths, ‘Skipping School’ gradually builds with its steadfast bass and beats, before the commanding cadences and mesmerising melodies of ZEKIEL soar effortlessly above. ZEKIEL describes ‘Skipping School’ as a metaphor for when someone is too cool, or thinks they’re too cool, for you.

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Tori Forsyth - Be Here     Rock, Blues 08/08/2019
At Just 24 and numerous ARIA and APRA accolades under her belt, Tori Forsyth is back after releasing her debut album with her blistering new single and video, ‘Be Here’.
Based on her own experiences of dealing with a partner’s addiction, ‘Be Here’ is real, raw and honest in the vein of the best confessional rock, with Forsyth snarling over guitars as she lays down the law.

Guitar-lines spin through the mix, mimicking the all-consuming vortex of addiction, but Forsyth makes it clear: give it up, or you’ll lose me.

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Bag Raiders - How Long     Electronic, Dance, Chill 24/07/2019
Bag Raiders’ last 10 years have seen them travel the globe, playing at festival stages across the world. With a triple-platinum and global anthem under their belts in “Shooting Stars”
Continuing to dazzle fans with a line of singles from their much anticipated, forthcoming album Horizons, Bag Raiders today drop their third single “How Long” featuring Sydney-based singer-songwriter and producer, Panama.

Baker Boy - In Control     Hip Hop, Rap, Australian Indigenous, Indigenous 03/07/2019
Baker Boy is a Yolngu man hailing from Yurrwi in the Northern Territory and has taken Australian Hip Hop/Rap scene by storm.
‘In Control’ is the new single released by Baker Boy. Hotly in demand, the Melbourne- via – North East Arnhem Land artist co-wrote the single with award-winning writer/producer and multi-instrumentalist Pip Norman (Troye Sivan, CXLOE). Featured on the fresh track is the T.I.M.E (Thornbury Instrumental Music Experience) Crew of Thornbury Primary who contribute their raw and energetic vocals.

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Boy & Bear - Hold Your Nerve     Pop, Folk, Rock 13/06/2019
After the most tumultuous period of their lives both, Boy & Bear are back with a triumphant new single, ‘Hold Your Nerve’, their first new music since 2015.
Produced by Boy & Bear and Collin Dupuis (The Black Keys; Lana Del Rey) and mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Amy Winehouse, Beck, Adele), 'Hold Your Nerve' is an upbeat, optimistic song in which the Sydney band channels their trademark penchant for organic, seventies sounds into one of their most direct, modern and addictive songs to date.

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