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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.

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?”

Vesper Green - Sub Solar     Rock, Grunge, Garage, Rock 05/04/2019
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)
’Sub Solar’ is an eclectic catharsis of purging rock that lyrically and instrumentally alludes to the fact that time slips through the hands. Upon the realisation that life is passing by quickly, there’s an anxious panic and rush to pick up the pieces to make up for all of the wasted time.

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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Velcro Raptor - Dreams (ft Rohin Jones)     Hip Hop, Electronic 09/10/2015
Wired with ecstatic synths, beats and explicit content - this is not for the chaste. With their modern twist on "boom-bap", this hip-hop duo are melting away Brisbane's innocence.
'Dreams ft. Rohin Jones' (The Middle East), showcases as the title suggests, the deeper emotional ties that these musicians have that keep them working towards their dreams. Working across his main genre focus, Rohin Jones and Velcro Raptor have pieced together an upbeat, crowd-chanting track.

Other tracks by Velcro Raptor:  Salute  -  Hands High
Tobias Wonderdog - The Sun     Rock, Alternative Country 12/07/2019
Let classic-rock nostalgia shine with Tobias Wonderdog's first follow up single, 'The Sun' (out July 12), since debuting late last year.
Meandering through the likes of 90's classic-rock with a touch of country inspiration, 'The Sun', is a steady, laid-back track all the while maintaining a gritty and gutsy tone with classic-rock riffs and a wailing wah-pedal guitar solo.

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.

Tiarne - Golden     Electronic, Pop 22/08/2017
Tiarne, with her captivating and honest sound that gets underneath the skin and ignites a sentimental, heart palpitating feeling, is a 20 years young Electronic/ Indie/ Pop artist from Brisbane.
‘Golden’ is a soft, sparse and freeing track that showcases Tiarne’s honeyed vocals. Starting off with an intro on guitar and keys that ascends into a pulsing electronic beat with synths and guitar that lay underneath her catchy chorus melodies.

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
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.

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”.

The Little Lord Street Band - Frankie's Back In Town     Folk, Rock, Country, Alternative Country 23/05/2019
The multi-award winning, beloved indie/ folk/ country/ feels-good outfit, The Little Lord Street Band, are back with their new single 'Frankie's Back In Town'.
A joyous Springsteen-esque moment of reflection and celebration as a small town welcomes home a favourite daughter.

The Con & The Liar - Drummers & Lovers     Rock, Blues 25/02/2016
The Con & The Liar are setting off on their first interstate tour with their 5 piece bluesy, gritty and hook laden sound that has fallen into a niche groove.
‘Drummers and Lovers’, weaved together from low-high dynamics with space for the fuzz bass and forced guitar stabs to riff along with the vocal melody to then unload with a huge sound of chord slides and bends in the chorus’ backing the hook “Everyone will let you down!”.

Sunhaus - Realignment     Rock, Pop, Folk 04/04/2016
Sunhaus is Brisbane’s four piece alt rock outfit who are charmingly awkward and bear stories about frustrating young love, foolish behaviour and the life through rose coloured glasses.
‘Realignment’ with its uplifting yet melancholic vibes, pedaled piano notes, echoey synth and vocal solos expresses the speechlessness one feels in the situation of absolute awe and drunkenness. The chorus, “I've got time to realign to anything you might now need,” was written whilst in this exact moment.

Sunhaus - Bobby     Rock, Folk, Roots 04/11/2016
Sunhaus is Brisbane’s four piece alt rock outfit who are charmingly awkward and bear stories about frustrating young love, foolish behaviour and the life through rose coloured glasses.
Sunhaus have packed joy and pain into the emotive track 'Bobby', inspired and named after the loss of Adela's (Drums) dog.

“Glad to have discovered you today!” (Triple J)
"Once vocalist Aidan Geraghty opens his mouth, you’ll be affixed until the gig is over!” (AAA Backstage)

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.

Strangely Enough - Change     Rock, Electronic, Britpop, Dance 20/10/2017
Powerful, dynamic and compelling only scratches the surface when speaking of this comprehensive debut single ‘Change’ from Brisbane-based Alt-Rock/ Electronic band Strangely Enough.
Like a wall of sound with bold, distorted guitar riffs, electronic drums and electric synth, ‘Change’ is intense and lively; culminating into a galnivizing, feel-good rock/ dance track.

Soupy LaRue - Teeth     Blues/Roots, Punk, Country, Rockabilly 22/07/2016
The Brisbane punktry (punk/country) 5-piece are inspired by the tales of their namesake, Soupy LaRue – a man thousand's of years old, living outside of time, wandering about the universe.
Mixing husky vocals, ska-like, upbeat feels and wild-western guitar riffs ‘Teeth’ was inspired by the tale of when Soupy LaRue stumbled across a tribe of cannibals in South America, prompting the band to write about the ritualistic aspect of the consumption of human flesh.

Sing Say - Human Touch     Rock, Garage, Roots, Easy Listening 23/06/2016
Comic Book Rock is now coined by Sing Say, a three piece Brisbane based multi media band who have self illustrated their own comic to go with their debut release.
"This is a good time!" - Max Quinn, TripleJ.

These unlikely heroes are stranded in the middle of the ocean, hoping to find dry land somewhere. Using guitars to paddle and riding dolphins, they find themselves arriving in a dystopian world controlled by the BugLord.

Other tracks by Sing Say:  Hero Artist  -  Gone Too Far
Selfish Sons - Sleep     Rock 20/02/2020
Selfish Sons have established themselves as eccentric entertainers with a powerful sound and their anthemic new single will go off at what is expected to be a sold out tour.
'Sleep' was written to help explain and provide insight into the burdens that come with insomnia and anxiety - a serious battle that frontman Jordy Marcs has faced in the past.

This dynamic track delicately balances cool, calm verses with explosive choruses that are tied together with an anthemic motif - making it a moving, feel-good and optimistic track.