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Slum Sociable - Afterthought     Electronic, Jazz 29/11/2018
Slum Sociable are proud to reveal the striking new single ‘Afterthought. It’s the third track to surface from the subversive Melbourne duo this year.
‘Afterthought’ is an up-tempo summer heater and the duos most dance-ready tune to date.

Slum Sociable teamed up with Kim Moyes of The Presets, to bring the idea to life. They also shared production duties with Konstantin Kersting (Mallrat, The Jungle Giants).

‘Afterthought’ focuses on Miller Upchurch’s renowned vocals, as they soar atop tight drum machines and chunky synthesizers.

James Crooks - LaLaLa (feat. Dives)     Electronic 29/11/2018
Up and coming producer/multi-instrumentalist James Crooks is thrilled to reveal his new single ‘LaLaLa (feat. Dives)’ and announce his long-awaited debut EP Blame My Soul out 18 January 2019.
Featuring the vocals of Sydney dreamboat Dives, ‘LaLaLa’ is the perfect addition to your summer road-trip playlist. Crooks’ production plays with layers of percussion and tropical synths to create a glistening, feel-good track. Lyrically, the song is about something you know you shouldn’t do, doing it anyway and focussing only the positives.

Julia Jacklin - Head Alone     Pop 17/11/2018
Julia Jacklin has delivered a foray of news overnight revealing her new album Crushing will drop 22 February featuring the brand new single ‘Head Alone’
Julia’s stunning new offering ‘Head Alone’, is the second single from her forthcoming sophomore album. ‘Head Alone’, a pointed and electrifying anthem of refusal, follows the devastating first single ‘Body’. While upbeat in rhythm, ‘Head Alone’ maintains the pointed, complex lyricism Julia has become synonymous for.

Two People - In The Garden     Electronic, Pop 09/11/2018
Two People’s sound is guided by bold visual cues, DIY principles and an emphasis on the empty space between notes as much as the notes themselves.
Positioned as the second of nine tracks, it has one of the grittiest grooves on the album. Phoebe Lou’s voice sounds defiant as she details a relationship in which she was starved for space. “It’s about gaining my power back for the first time and the clumsiness in that”, she says.

Emerson Snowe - If I Die, Then I Die     Pop, Electronic 30/10/2018
Following a number of achievements for Emerson Snowe, including winning this year’s Levi’s Music Prize at BIGSOUND, the local singer-songwriter releases his new single ‘If I Die, Then I Die’.
Premiered by Matt Wilkinson at Beats 1 and accompanied by a vibrant video, the song sees 23-year-old Jarrod Mahon channelling the spirit of the glam-rock greats as he sings an effervescent ode to his own mortality

upsidedownhead - my cave     Electronic 30/10/2018
‘my cave’ is the new single from mysterious Sydney-based producer upsidedownhead. It’s the second track to surface from his forthcoming EP, complex, out November 23 through Liberation Records.
‘my cave’ follows on from the debut single ‘get low (feat. Ric Rufio)’, which is currently on rotation at FBi Radio and receiving spins on BBC Radio 1 and Amazing Radio. It’s appeared on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Top-Shelf Electronic playlists and Apple Music’s Best of the Week.

James Crooks - Move On feat. Coast & Ocean     Pop, Electronic 09/10/2018
While ‘Move On’ represents a fresh start for James Crooks – the artist is no newcomer to the scene.
Liberation Records are pleased to reveal ‘Move On’, the brand new single from Melbourne-come-Newcastle producer and multi-instrumentalist James Crooks. ‘Move On’ is moody and emotive with an infectious beat and inviting melody. To complete the arrangement, James Crooks has enlisted a heart wrenching vocal from local artist Coast & Ocean (aka Alex Johnson).

Julia Jacklin - Body     Pop 09/10/2018
Today, much-adored local singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin shares ‘Body’, her first release since 2017’s double A-side Eastwick/Cold Caller.
A stunning melding of delicate guitar and gentle vocals, ‘Body’ sees Jacklin taking stock and exploring some hard-hitting realities.

upsidedownhead - get low (feat. Ric Rufio)     Electronic 06/10/2018
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Mansionair - Falling     Electronic 20/09/2018
The band’s back catalogue now boasts over 100 million streams, radio love from triple j, Beats 1, Radio 1 and Alt Nation, and online attention from TIME, Billboard, The 405.
Premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats 1 and SiriusXL Alt Nation, “Falling” showcases a softer side to the band’s cinematic sound. A heavenly mix of washed out vocals and tranquil instrumentation has created an understated pop gem that continues Mansionair’s quick, upward trajectory.

Emma Louise - Falling Apart     Pop 25/08/2018
Ethereal, engrossing, and burning with inventive insight, Emma Louise’s new conceptual album Lilac Everything is a transformative exploration of the artist’s life since the critically acclaimed Supercry (2016);
Despite its sombre story, ‘Falling Apart’ is without doubt one of the stand-out moments on Lilac Everything – a warm, all-encompassing offering with Emma’s striking vocals at the forefront. The live video was filmed at 64 Sound in LA with a full band, and finally allows fans to visualise Emma singing with the pitched down vocal effect.

Two People - Something To Talk About     Electronic, Pop 25/08/2018
Two People are Phoebe Lou and Joseph Clough, who formed following the dissolution of their prior project Snakadaktal.
‘Something To Talk About’ aptly follows on from ‘I’m Tied, To You’, which was revealed as the first track from the duo’s debut LP. Like ‘I’m Tied, To You’, the track was mixed by revered Scottish producer Rodaidh McDonald, who has also finessed records from The xx, Sampha, Adele and King Krule.

Emerson Snowe - Sunlight     Pop, Britpop, Folk 20/07/2018
Premiered by Matt Wilkinson, ‘Sunlight’ follows ‘Could You Love Me?’ – Emerson Snowe’s first release with Liberation Records earlier this year – and showcases another string from his musical bow.
A rapturous, upbeat and sunny slice of garage pop, ‘Sunlight’ is the perfect antidote to Winter blues and bursts with lo-fi textures, confident production and on-the-nose lyricism

Emma Louise - Mexico     Pop, Acoustic 20/07/2018
Emma Louise came to Australia’s attention in 2011 when her self-filmed acoustic guitar originals gathered an online following. She has since had two albums in the ARIA Top 20.
Emma Louise’s fresh new offering, ‘Mexico’, is a song of two parts. The opening half undulates with an almost overwhelming feeling of hopelessness and desperation, before blooming into a joyous and uplifting celebration of life and love lost.

Mansionair - Technicolour     Electronic 30/06/2018
Mansionair was born when multi-instrumentalist and producer Lachlan Bostock joined with folk singer Jack Froggatt and jazz drummer Alex Nicholls to collaborate on ‘Hold Me Down’.
Destined to become a highlight of the band’s dynamic live shows, ‘Technicolour’ boasts a commanding vocal performance from lead singer Jack Froggatt and is anchored by Alex Nicholls’ off-kilter drums, which effortlessly push the track along, building tension before the relief of the chorus.

Emma Louise - Wish You Well     Pop 19/06/2018
Emma Louise came to Australia’s attention when her self-filmed acoustic guitar originals went viral in 2011 where she was also nominated for triple j’s Unearthed 'Artist of the Year'.
Unlike anything else that Emma Louise has produced before, the song is burning with raw honesty and inventive insight into Emma’s life.

Slum Sociable - Can't Figure It Out     Electronic 19/06/2018
Lo-Fo washed-out jazz hop from Melbourne, Slum Sociable are a duo moving from melancholy and inverted to explorative and experimental.
Can’t Figure It Out’ is Slum Sociable’s most infectious work to date and showcases another welcomed progression in song writing from the acclaimed duo. It features their renowned lo-fi beats, bright synth hooks and vocal melodies

Dan Sultan - My Kingdom (ft. A.B. Original)     Rock 19/05/2018
This release features tracks from Sultan’s 'Killer', reinterpreted by Dan with some of Australian music's brightest names: A.B. Original, Camp Cope, Meg Mac and Gang Of Youths' Dave Le’aupepe
The powerful rework of 'My Kingdom' sees Briggs and Trials penning new verses for the track, sharing personal stories from their upbringing to add to the original’s already poignant sentiment.

2018 ARIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Male Artist, Best Adult Contemporary Album

Slum Sociable - Do Something About It     Electronic, Jazz 19/05/2018
Subversive Melbourne duo, Slum Sociable have a unique blend of ‘lo-fo jazz hop’.
'Do Something About It' leans toward a minimal, pop-focused sound that is another welcomed progression in songwriting and production from the acclaimed artists.

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

Two People - I'm Tied, To You     Electronic, Pop 19/05/2018
Phoebe Lou and Joseph Clough are Two People. The Melbourne duo formed following the dissolution of their prior project, Snakadaktal.
Two People are proud to finally release their exquisite lead single, ‘I’m Tied, To You’.
“The words are written about being tied to yourself. There is a fragility and frustrated loneliness in that. It’s a kind of dialogue. Here, the ‘you’ is myself" - Phoebe Lou