|Jordan Merrick - Low Country Folk, Soul, Rock, Alternative Country||23/05/2019|
Bestrewn with layers of 60's pop-rock tremolo riffs on the electric guitar, piano and an old school organ, Merrick comes out of the shadows with a slow, poetic croon.
|The Little Lord Street Band - Frankie's Back In Town Folk, Rock, Country, Alternative Country||23/05/2019|
|Faux Bandit - The Pros and Cons of Object Permanence Rock||19/06/2019|
|Tobias Wonderdog - The Sun Rock, Alternative Country||12/07/2019|
|Jimmy Davis - Hold You Down Rock, Soul||30/07/2019|
The track evolves from a solemn and intimate intro verse and chorus that crescendos to an enrapturing vocal performance. Backed by the band, the track opens up and unleashes with over-driven guitar and belting drums.
|Jordan Merrick - I Don't Belong Blues, Alternative, Folk, Roots||23/09/2019|
This is all topped off by the deepened growling-croon from Merrick and pieced together by ARIA winning producer Steven Schram (Paul Kelly).
|Pretty Thrills - Flames Rock, Pop||14/10/2019|
This is all followed by an enrapturing bridge as the band gets explosive in half-time as Max belts out the lyrics, "Burn it down".
|L. Flora - Bigger It Gets Soul, R&B||18/10/2019|
This gets swept up and floats away as they open up in their dreamy chorus with smooth waves of keys, guitar and Khalu's sweetened melodies.
|Jordan Merrick - Dangerously Sincere Blues, Country, Folk||23/10/2019|
As the drums roll in, the draw-bars on the organ get put to work and the gain on the electric guitar gets turned up for a rocking bridge.
Other tracks by Jordan Merrick: The Toll - Record Time
|Cold Words - Outcasts Rock, Metal||31/10/2019|
With more momentum, dynamics build and in an anthemic style Hughes belts out chilling, raspy cries, harmonised by a wailing guitar.
|Cedarsmoke - Pure Heroin Rock, Alternative, Punk||13/11/2019|
This punk-rock-ballad opens with keys and the husky vocals of Cloumassis before diving into the almost comical, contrasting chorus with bright synths, big band hits and the catchy lyrics such as, "Love hurts, yeah that's what I heard".
|Fat Picnic - Don't Wanna Get Up Reggae / Dub, Soul, Roots, Rock||13/11/2019|
The track has already received national airplay on Triple and Double J.
Other tracks by Fat Picnic: Feeling Good Feeling Bad - Can You Feel It