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New War - Get In The Boot     Rock, Punk 22/06/2018
New War are quite simply a devastatingly brilliant rock band. 4 musicians at the top of their game producing intense and lucent post-punk. Ferocious, rhythmic and razor sharp.
Relentless, catchy & at moments completely unhinged, ‘Get in the Boot’ flits between Elizabethan throne rooms, Garbo, & magical realist nursery rhyme, foregrounded by a goose-stepping rhythm section & synths like an air raid being eaten by a swarm of bees.

Ned Collette - Grant's Farm     Folk, Rock, Experimental, Pop 16/06/2018
Melbourne-born singer-songwriter, now based in Berlin. He was a member of instrumental band City City City and has since recorded six albums, either solo or with his band, Wirewalker.
'Grant's Farm' is first an intricate and melancholy ballad that showcases to stunning effect all that makes Ned Collette shine as both a songwriter and performer. It is dark and sparkling, sad and hopeful. As the song says: "blackness streamed with gold…”

Time For Dreams - Death of a Disco Dancer     Pop, Cover Version, Downbeat, Rock 16/06/2018
Time For Dreams is Melbourne based duo Tom Carlyon (Standish/Carlyon, The Devastations) on guitar and beats and Amanda Roff (Harmony) on vocals and bass.
Hypnotic, mesmeric cover of The Smith's 'Death of A Disco Dancer'. Time For Dreams put a beautiful spin on this melancholic classic, painting it in their own colours. The perfect b-side to their new 7" single 'You've Got A Freind'

Time For Dreams - You've Got a Friend     Rock, Electronic, Atmospheric, Pop 25/05/2018
Time For Dreams is Melbourne based duo Tom Carlyon (Standish/Carlyon, The Devastations) on guitar and beats and Amanda Roff (Harmony) on vocals and bass.
You've Got A Friend (named as a homage to Carole King) was written during a time of depression, loneliness and general disillusionment with the human race. A tiny tale of kindness and friendship in a world of violence and apathy.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Cameron Dunsford, 3PBS, Melbourne (VIC)

Ned Collette - The Optimist     Rock, Folk, Experimental, Pop 19/05/2018
Melbourne-born singer-songwriter, now based in Berlin. He was a member of instrumental band City City City and has since recorded six albums, either solo or with his band, Wirewalker.
The Optimist is the first taste from Collette's forthcoming dark folk opus 'Old Chestnut'. Recorded as a ballad, with Alex Garsden on steel string guitar and Anthea Caddy playing cello. It was written way back in 2008. Ten years later, its themes have been amplified by the passage of time.

Primitive Calculators - On Drugs     Metal/Punk, Electronic, Experimental, Industrial 13/04/2018
Aussie/ Melbourne proto-post-punk band Primitive Calculators have been making music for 40 years. Tough, brutal, hard to love music. Always challenging but always brilliant. Seminal noise.
A boogie rock, soul-inspired scorcher of a track that is going to ignite their fan base and convert the rest to the church of PC. The industrial thumping funk familiar to their previous work relentlessly punctuates a track that sits somewhere between a confession and a fire and brimstone sermon.

Other tracks by Primitive Calculators:  I Wish You Were Dead  -  Competition
The Metronomes - Taking the Longer View     Electronic, Pop, Experimental 29/03/2018
Legendary Melbourne Minimal Wave trio The Metronomes formed in 1980 releasing 2 highly acclaimed albums before disbanding for nearly 30 years, 2016b saw them back with brand new material.
Sophisticated and beautiful electronic pop from masters of the art. In the vein of New Order. A slowly building crystalline spiral of a song, with reflective and humorous lyrics.

Primitive Calculators - Power     Electronic, Punk, Experimental, Pop 17/03/2018
Primitive Calculators are an Australian post-punk band, formed in Melbourne 1978. Described as sounding like "a very aggressive Suicide", their signature is a mix of harsh guitar noise, fast, repetitive drum machine beats, and abrasive synthesizers.
Ahead of the long-awaited 3rd album (ON DRUGS) from proto synth punks Primitive Calculators, It Records brings you the industrial stomp of POWER. It's an absolute belter, an angry, thumping, juggernaut of a track. You can dance to this, it's viscous electro punk, but it's got a real groove.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Will Backler, RTR FM, Perth (WA)