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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - Time In Common     Pop 31/07/2018
It's rare that a band's debut album sounds as confident and self-assured as the Melbourne-based, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. Urgent and passionate guitar pop are reminiscent of the Golden Age.
Melbourne’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever return with the blistering 2-minute single, ‘Time In Common’. The track features on the band’s highly-acclaimed debut album Hope Downs, and follows previous album singles ‘Talking Straight’ and ‘Mainland’. As part of their huge world tour, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever will be playing in Australia throughout Sept/Oct to celebrate the album release.

The Rubens - Freakout     Pop, Rock, Britpop 31/07/2018
The Rubens effortlessly pick up from where their Hottest 100-topping single left off, spreading their creative wings and pushing their music into new territory.
‘Freakout’ is classic Rubens. Opening with Sam’s unaccompanied voice and building slowly from piano ballad into a big brassy roof raiser, it’s proof that while the band are determined to have a good time, they are also confident enough to be vulnerable and unafraid to lay themselves bare.

Hatchie - Sleep     Pop 28/06/2018
Hatchie's music is a dreamy landscape where cascading synths, jangling guitars, propulsive rhythms and white noise undulate beneath undeniable and irresistible pop melodies
‘'Sleep' is all about yearning to get closer to someone, even if it means entering their dreams, and here Hatchie has produced the perfect vessel for that mission.’

The Rubens - Never Ever (feat. Sarah)     Pop, Rock 08/05/2018
The Rubens are a four piece from Menangle, NSW who's track 'Hoops' gain the #1 spot on triple j's hottest 100 in 2016.
‘Never Ever’ is song about heartbreak, disappointment and, ultimately, acceptance of love breaking down. It’s both relatable and heart wrenching with Sam and Sarah’s voices acting as yin and yang – so different, but so perfectly matched and harmonious within the track.

Hatchie - Sugar & Spice     Pop, Electronic 27/04/2018
Hatchie is the world of Harriette Pilbeam. A dreamy landscape where cascading synths, jangling guitars, propulsive rhythms and white noise undulate beneath undeniable and irresistible pop melodies.
'There is an ease to her music; the three singles she’s released so far waft like a balmy breeze. Her newest release, ‘Sugar & Spice’ serves up a sweet take on the inevitable rough patches in relationships' - Pitchfork

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Aeron Clark, Edge, Hobart (TAS)

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - Mainland     Rock, Pop 27/04/2018
Melbourne's Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever's highly anticipated debut album 'Hope Downs' will be released on Friday 15 June.
'Mainland’ boasts the same urgency as tracks like 'Clean Slate' and 'Sick Bug' that helped bring the band to the attention of punters and won them critical acclaim. Inspired by a 2017 trip to his grandparent’s birthplace of the Aeolian Islands off Sicily.

Other tracks by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever:  Talking Straight
Hatchie - Sure     Pop, Electronic 22/11/2017
Brisbane artist-on-the-rise Hatchie is back and Ivy League Records is thrilled to announce that she has officially joined the label family and will be releasing her debut EP in 2018.
‘Sure’ continues the story that began with the runaway success of this year’s pop gem ‘Try’. The artist’s instinctual pop nous is undoubtedly on full display in ‘Sure’, but like all of Hatchie’s music, the track trades in shade as well as light.

The Rubens - Million Man     Pop 01/11/2017
The Rubens are a four piece from Menangle, NSW who's track 'Hoops' gain the #1 spot on triple j's hottest 100 in 2016.
The soulful, groove-fuelled new track follows on where their now certified platinum, #1 triple j’s hottest 100 single ‘Hoops’ left off.

Kyle Lionhart - What I Already Know     Folk, Soul, Acoustic 18/08/2017
Neo-folk and soul singer-songwriter, Kyle Lionhart, boasts one of the most incredible new voices in Australian music.
‘What I Already Know’ displays Kyle’s uncanny ability to blend laid back verses with irresistible hooks. His voice, rich and soulful adorns the rolling guitar strums as the track reaches the heartfelt chorus, where Kyle really gets to exhibit the power of his voice.

Cloud Control - Treetops     Pop, Rock 18/08/2017
Cloud Control has always been defined by a happy chaos, ever since they formed on a whim for a 2005 university band competition.
‘Treetops’ is comprised of everything that Cloud Control can do. It's profound but also flippant, euphoric but conceptual; spaced out layers of looped sounds and samples, with an anthemic, driving melody that's outrageously fun to sing to, and an improvised monologue delivered by a friend.

Other tracks by Cloud Control:  Zone (This Is How It Feels)  -  Rainbow City
Bad//Dreems - By My Side     Rock 03/08/2017
Bad//Dreems consisting of four boys from Adelaide, are one of the country's most exciting new guitar acts
‘By My Side’, a song about heartbreak and yearning, shows Bad//Dreems at their best – rough, powerful and vulnerable all at once.

Other tracks by Bad//Dreems:  Feeling Remains
Tiny Little Houses - Garbage Bin     Folk, Pop, Rock 13/07/2017
Lo-fi pop/folk act, Tiny Little Houses, is made up of Caleb Karvountzi, Sean Mullins, Clancy Bond and Al Yamin.
Tiny Little Houses return with new single ‘Garbage Bin’, a track that will surely be an anthem for the new slacker generation.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Amelia Jenner, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)

Other tracks by Tiny Little Houses:  Entitled Generation
I Know Leopard - Let Go     Pop 27/06/2017
After signing a deal with Ivy League Records, Sydney’s four piece I Know Leopard has spent the greater part of 2016 writing and recording new music.
Sydney’s I Know Leopard returns with new single ‘Let Go’, an evocative track inspired by the dreamy sounds of French synth-pop maestro, Serge Gainsbourg.

Josh Pyke - Into The Wind     Rock, Pop, Chill 02/06/2017
Five acclaimed top 10 albums, four ARIA Awards and countless sold out tours to his name, Josh Pyke has announced the release of his Best Of, B-Sides & Rarities album.
‘Into The Wind’, is a stunning new song co-written at his home studio with Dustin Tebbutt, and co-produced by John Castle. As if taking him right back to the beginning of his career, the track serves as a note to himself to keep at it and never stand still.

Tiny Little Houses - Medicate Me     Pop, Folk 21/02/2017
Lo-fi pop/folk act, Tiny Little Houses, is made up of Caleb Karvountzi, Sean Mullins, Clancy Bond and Al Yamin.
Melbourne’s Tiny Little Houses return with ‘Medicate Me’ the latest single off their masterful Snow Globe EP. With lyrics that parallel love to addiction, it is a highlight on the band’s sophomore EP and powerful live.

Other tracks by Tiny Little Houses:  Song Despite Apathy
Toby Martin - Lim’s Song     Folk, World, Rock 21/02/2017
Singer-songwriter Toby Martin spent ten years as the lead singer of alternative rock band Youth Group before beginning his solo career. He returns with his second solo album.
Inspired by the suburban surrounds of Sydney’s South Western suburb of Bankstown, ‘Lim’s Song’ captures beautifully what is at the heart of Song’s From Northam Avenue – music inspired by the world, but not world music.

Other tracks by Toby Martin:  Spring Feeling
Kyle Lionhart - Call Back Home     Folk, Soul, Acoustic 08/02/2017
Neo-folk and soul singer-songwriter, Kyle Lionhart, boasts one of the most incredible new voices in Australian music.
Produced by John Castle (Vance Joy, Washington, Cub Sport), 'Call Back Home' is a soaring indie-soul meets folk ballad about self-reflection. “It’s about avoiding that darker side of yourself, the side of ourselves that we consistently distract and sedate only for it to explode at the worst possible moments."

Other tracks by Kyle Lionhart:  Sweet Girl
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - French Press     Pop, Punk, Rock 25/01/2017
Born from late night bedroom jam sessions and honed in Melbourne's live music venues, the band has garnered a reputation for rich, poppy guitar melodies with propulsive rhythm.
‘French Press’, the title track of the band’s sophomore EP, is a Skype call between two brothers. The contrast of one gallivanting overseas, the other sitting in tedious comfort in an air-conditioned office. Featuring driving rhythms, charging drums and an addictive bass line.

Other tracks by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever:  Julie's Place  -  Sick Bug
I Know Leopard - Rather Be Lonely (Radio Edit)     Pop 27/10/2016
I Know Leopard are a fresh-faced band 4-piece from Sydney, making shimmering dream pop.
From the swirling keyboard that leads the track’s intro, to the beguiling chorus; ‘Rather Be Lonely’ is destined to have young lovers with broke hearts the nation over, eyes closed, arms up in a cathartic sing-along.

Bad//Dreems - Mob Rule     Rock 07/10/2016
Bad//Dreems are four boys from Adelaide, who are one of the country's most exciting guitar acts.
'Mob Rule' paints a disturbing picture of Australian dystopia. "Face full of black soot, right wing, left foot" menaces Ben Marwe (vocals) "History doesn't mean a thing to you!". It's an unwelcome diorama, underpinned by muscular guitars atop the rocksteady bedrock of James Bartold (bass) and Miles Wilson (drums).

2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Independent Hard Rock, Heavy Or Punk Album (Gutful)

2017 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MUSIC AWARD FINALIST: Best Song, Best Group, Best Release, Rock Award

NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARD FINALIST 2016: Live Act of the Year (SA)