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Cedarsmoke - Let The Wind Blow     Rock, Garage, Grunge 19/11/2018
Grab a bit of charm and grace and rub it in the dirt, put some grease over it and you’ll have something like this Brisbane-based slacker-rock 5-piece, Cedarsmoke.
‘Let The Wind Blow’ has the band aptly highlight the relatable mundane, circadian way of life. Imbued with a tender sense of despair, it cuts to the core about being tied down, trying to break away from “Invisible chains” and to ultimately to just let it blow and let it take you where it wants to.

Milk Buttons - Some Impression     Rock, Psychedelic, Rock 26/10/2018
Spin out with the new single from Milk Buttons featuring gloomy, psychedelic tones and mind-bending layering of melodies and rhythms - running from time signatures of 4/4, 7/4 and 7/8.
In their alt/ psych-rock way, ‘Some Impression’ makes the simple seem technical and the technical seem simple with their head spinning riff on repeat. Milk Buttons meld together thrashing drums and big riffs with the dulcet yet pensive vocals of Cameron Bower in the sparse verses that follow the guitar lines harmoniously.

Tobias Wonderdog - Not Bliss     Country, Rock, Blues, Alternative Country 15/10/2018
Tobias Wonderdog debut with a dynamically rich and emotionally stirring alt-country number that bursts with that timeless Australian country, light-hearted disposition.
‘Not Bliss’ flows from soft and sparse verses into sparking choruses with layers of lush tones from guitars and organs held together with a steady rock beat. It all culminates into a tidy rock ballad about simplicity that lets the imagination run wild across the vast countryside and over the mountaintops.

Kurilpa Reach - Rat Race     Reggae/Dub, Rock, Roots, Psychedelic 27/09/2018
Bringing together a slew of influences, this Brisbane-based roots/reggae/psych-rock five-piece that stir up suave grooves and upbeat goods are releasing another single ahead of their debut EP.
Stirring good vibes and uplifting souls, ‘Rat Race’ is a “kicking back track” that you can just coast along with. Melding sweet melodies on the sax with harmonized guitar lines and gentle upstrokes with the rhythmic flow of lyrics that jump out of the gates with passion and pride.

Atticus Chimps - Illusion     Rock, Grunge, Garage 20/09/2018
Gold Coast alt-rock/ grunge trio, Atticus Chimps have continued to pump out veracious, heavy-hitters one after another this year. Now ahead of their EP, they're dropping their next number, ‘Illusion’.
‘Illusion’ explores the nature of growing old, becoming self-aware, and watching time slip by as relationships change and sometimes disappear.

In the Atticus Chimps alt-rock style, there are melancholic verses with clean picked guitar parts with heavy chorus effects – that’s so familiar to anyone from the 90’s grunge rock era – that has Sam Bray pensively singing over.

Colour Machine - Laughing Last     Rock 13/09/2018
Envision vivid riffs, exotic drum-fills and then, to top it all off, wailing vocals from none other than the drummer himself - that's Colour Machine and their hybrid of alt-rock.
‘Laughing Last’ is patently an adrenaline rushing track, however, Donato explores and propagates with his celestial tone his constant struggle to do right - to do right for the right reasons, not just for implicit gains. This is exemplified in the epic opening line that has Donato asking, “What’s the good of kindness if my head is up my arse?”.

The Long Johns - Hound Dog     Country, Roots, Alternative Country, Folk 25/08/2018
With the pluck of the banjo, the blast of the sousaphone and the racket of pots ‘n’ pans, topped by the sultry howl and growl of Sian Evans.
The new single driven by the pluck of the banjo, the blast of the sousaphone and the racket of pots ‘n’ pans, topped by the sultry howl and growl of Sian Evans. Making use of the literary technique assonance, the fast-paced repetition of vowel and consonants slurred together draw you in as those lyrics rhythmically roll off the banshee’s tongue.

Other tracks by The Long Johns:  Womble East
Kurilpa Reach - Bilson     Blues/Roots, Rock, Reggae, Psychedelic 10/08/2018
Bringing together a slew of influences, this Brisbane-based roots/ reggae/ psych-rock five-piece that stir up suave grooves and upbeat goods are releasing the eclectic new track, ‘Bilson’.
In the roots/ reggae/ rock fashion, this track demands attention from the start, with big upstrokes on guitar, stabs on the keys, wailing wah guitar licks and cries from the saxophone - all of which amalgamate into one hell of a skank.


Vesper Green - What Will I Wear     Rock, Grunge, Garage 20/07/2018
Vesper Green have materialised with loud alt-rock. “I think it’s fair to say you’ve brought back Seattle grunge in a big way with this particular track.“ (Jane Gazzo, Triple M)
‘What Will I Wear’ show the band blending their influences between the 90’s rock of Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam, to sounds of 2000’s from Seether, but it all amalgamates to something new, exciting but reminiscently familiar. Setting the tone for this brash number, the opening lyrics are, “What will I wear, when Jesus comes to take my mugshot?”

Atticus Chimps - Lead, Pretend     Rock, Pop, Punk, Garage 16/07/2018
It was only May when Atticus Chimps released their single ‘Bee Stung Lips’ and now they are following it up with their faster-paced, 90’s pop-punk inspired heavy-hitter, ‘Lead, Pretend’.
In 'Lead, Pretend', frontman Sam Bray asks an unrequited love to see things his way - as sung in the chorus - as they explore how sometimes chasing someone just pushes them away. Seamlessly, the band transition from their sharp, pop-punk riffs into the welcomed and all-consuming chorus lines.

Milk Buttons - Cosmic Garbage     Rock, Psychedelic, Pop 16/07/2018
Wearing their influences such as The War On Drugs on their sleeve, Milk Buttons caught the attention of Rolling Stone and many others media outlets with their debut EP (2017).
‘Cosmic Garbage’, as the title may suggest, has Milk Buttons staying true to their love of alt-rock, however, they have formulated something much more comprehensive.

Bursting with exulting sentiments such as “Tell me something, anything, I’m happy to be here, talking with you” and “It’s true, there’s no one like you”, ‘Cosmic Garbage’ stirs an elating mood.

Strangely Enough - Graceville     Rock, Electronic, Rock 06/06/2018
Having made a strong impact on debut at the end of 2017, Strangely Enough returns in genre bending, electronic-rock form with the new, synth-heavy single ‘Graceville’ (Out June 15).
Emanating a euphoric sensation, Olley uses ominous synths, bright strings, running bass lines and grounded drums, that coalesce into an ocean of waves, pushing and pulling with polyrhythmic beauty. Falling over this sonic meeting place of instrumental-layering are Olley’s, graciously-sweet vocals that exude passion and peace to heartache and sorrow.

Faux Bandit - Lyrebird Lungs     Rock, Grunge, Garage 15/05/2018
Brisbane’s unconstrained rock duo Faux Bandit are coming out loud, hard and ferocious with this new onslaught of speaker melting, unbridled rage that makes up their single ‘Lyrebird Lungs’.
Toeing the line between passionate animosity and a complete catharsis, ‘Lyrebird Lungs’ grooves throughout the punchy, percussive lyrics in the verses into the heavy outbursts in the choruses and concludes in an erupting rampage. The result is a violent mess that you want to re-live again and again.

Vesper Green - Innocent Illiterate     Rock, Grunge, Rock, Garage 27/04/2018
Vesper Green have materialised with loud, tight, raw and technical alt-rock tones that provides that kick-in-the-teeth attitude that Brisbane has needed, to pair with the likes of Violent Soho.
Highly reactive and fuelled by angst, ‘Innocent Illiterate’ is indeed a homage to the bands that have inspired and led the members of Vesper Green into creating music.

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Ben Camden - Last Night     Rock, Blues, Roots 26/04/2018
Riddled with attitude, Ben Camden, is stirring big grins on bright faces with his deep, ominous and looming vocal tone over this strutting blues-rock beat that bolsters this new single.
‘Last Night’ is ultimately a culmination of Ben’s influences and is a showcase of his wide range of song-writing capabilities. Touching on blues, rock, folk and even country, this new single is one that pertains a bit of grit, confidence and swagger that is easily imbibed and revigorating.

Fat Picnic - Come And Get Some Good Vibes     Reggae/Dub, Ska, Soul, Roots 21/03/2018
Fat Picnic create an energetic, transcendental atmosphere that have proven to be perfect for late night sets at festivals including Splendour in the Grass and Caloundra Music Festival.
‘Come And Get Some Good Vibes’ has a massive sonic soundscape contributed by the vast spectrum of instrumentation – from fat, fuzzed-out synths to fat and bold horns – caked with a modest amount of echoes, reverbs and panoramic delays that every good dub-track needs.

The Little Lord Street Band - Waking Up Next To You     Country, Blues, Folk, Roots 20/03/2018
Winners of the Best Country Act at the 2017 WAM Awards, The Little Lord Street Band, are going on their first ever national tour with their new EP.
In the fun-loving manner that makes up The Little Lord Street Band, this is a light-hearted, good-humoured take on a long-term relationship that any well-connected couple can relate to and laugh at because we all have our flaws that push the other halves buttons at times.

Jye Whiteman - Do Ya Wanna?     Electronic, Acoustic, Pop, Hip Hop 14/02/2018
With an enthralling falsetto range, ethereal tone and his wild, go-getter nature, Jye Whiteman is an electro-acoustic singer-songwriter who has lived and performed across the UK, Europe and Australia.
Wearing his heart on his sleeve and showcasing his eclectic taste and electro-pop-folk sensibilities, ‘Do Ya Wanna?’ explores the integrity of a relationship, one that isn’t just surface layer attraction. Jye incorporates the heart-throbbing beat of an electro-pop track with an indie-rock-funk vibe that's sweetened with his ethereal vocal range.

Zannah - Twisted and Wild     World, Rock, Ethnic, Classical 14/02/2018
Emerging from Brisbane’s contemporary music scene is the ambrosial vocal talents of Zannah debuting with an explosive and intense number that incorporates high-powered drums, distorted guitar, and a huge string-section.
‘Twisted and Wild’ is an explosive and intense number that showcases Zannah's evocative Persian-style vocals, composition and instrumentation. Much like the rise of dynamics in the track, ‘Twisted and Wild’ is about unleashing anger, seeking truth and finding strength while rising out of a difficult situation.

The Little Lord Street Band - Heartache Moon     Country, Folk, Blues, Rock 01/02/2018
Winners of the Best Country Act at the 2017 WAM Awards, The Little Lord Street Band kick off 2018 with their new single ahead of the release of their EP.
‘Heartache Moon’ is a joyful, upbeat number despite its sadder undertone. James and Natasha’s vocal styles and tones compliment each other as they share the verses, and in beautiful harmony, the band joins in for the short but sweet choruses chanting “heartache moon”.