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Dan Sultan - Old Fitzroy Live     Rock 09/11/2015
Three-time ARIA award winner Dan Sultan is back on the road, this time travelling solo around the country supporting the new music platform OpenLIVE and road-testing new material.
A live rendition of an old rock and roll favourite from Sultan's second album, 'Get Out While You Can'.

Other tracks by Dan Sultan:  Dirty Ground  -  The Same Man
R.W. Grace - All The Friends I Lost     Pop 03/11/2015
Perth-via-Sydney songstress R.W. Grace returns with music from her debut EP 'Love It Need It Miss It Want It'.
‘All The Friends I Lost’ is the new single from Perth-via-Sydney songstress R.W. Grace. The track began to take shape one New Year’s Eve, as R.W. Grace reflected on relationships gone by. Despite its dark content, the track builds playfully to a full, infectious chorus.

Troy Cassar-Daley - Another Australian Day     Country 12/10/2015
Troy Cassar-Daley is a songwriting stalwart in the Australian country music scene, and hails from Brisbane, QLD.
In the words of Troy Cassar-Daley, “This song celebrates our small and big towns, of which I've had the pleasure of spending many a day and night playing country music for people over the last 25 years.”

Other tracks by Troy Cassar-Daley:  Freedom Ride  -  Take A Walk In My Country
World's End Press - Tall Stories     Electronic 02/09/2015
Energetic 3-piece from Melbourne, World's End Press return with new material
The delectable, soon-to-be dancefloor favourite sees World’s End Press carry on from the forward momentum of previous single ‘Spirals (Slide Away)’ which burst from the airwaves all summer long, received a plethora of online love, and saw the band edging into a sweatier, grittier, clubbier realm.

Josef Salvat - Open Season     Pop 25/08/2015
Already well established and loved internationally, Salvat – a Sydney via London singer-songwriter – is now poised to permeate the local scene with material lifted from EP 'In Your Prime'.
‘Open Season’ showcases this local talent at his best. An expansive, infectious pop tune that oozes soul, ‘Open Season’ is laden with tingling riffs and epic hooks. It’s sexy, dark, powerful pop.

Vance Joy - Fire and the Flood     Folk, Pop 29/07/2015
Australian favourite Vance Joy returns with a brand new song for 2015.
First new material from the singer-songwriter since the release of 'Dream Your Life Away'. Vance Joy says inspiration came from an “Image in my head of a guy walking in the neighbourhood where his ex-girlfriend lives. He thinks that when they are back together he’ll be at peace again.”

NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARD FINALIST 2016: International Live Achievement - Solo

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Jimmy Barnes - In The Midnight Hour     Rock, Soul 21/07/2015
Jimmy Barnes releases ‘Best of the Soul Years’ – a collection of songs taken from his three classic soul and R&B albums, including two new tracks recorded early 2015 in Nashville.
Recorded this year in Nashville, this never before heard recording of ‘In The Midnight Hour’ has been given the inimitable and unmistakable Jimmy Barnes treatment.

Other tracks by Jimmy Barnes:  Mustang Sally  -  Signed, Sealed, Delivered
British India - Come Home     Rock, Pop 15/07/2015
Emerging from Melbourne’s indie rock underground in 2007 with their ‘AIR Award’ winning debut Guillotine, British India’s popularity grew with each subsequent release.
Now with their biggest and most successful tour to date wrapped, British India release an edgy, raw and honest track that makes for a timeless indie rock anthem. It follows the release of popular radio singles ‘Wrong Direction’ and ‘Suddenly’.

Other tracks by British India:  Suddenly  -  Wrong Direction
The Creases - Point     Rock, Punk 22/06/2015
4-piece The Creases, return with a new single continue to be one of Brisbane's finest up and coming young bands.
The single sees Joe Agius, Jarrod Mahon, Aimon Clark and Gabe Webster expanding on their signature sound whilst experimenting with new arrangements and styles – a combination of The Creases we know from Gradient and a newly evolving feel. It was produced by Steven Schram (San Cisco, Little Red).

R.W. Grace - Shell     Pop 18/06/2015
R.W. Grace, a mesmerising singer-songwriter, formally from Perth having relocated to Sydney
Driven by a pulsating drumbeat and sinister synth, R.W. Grace’s ‘Shell’ is a raw but calculated follow up to first single ‘Pluto’. The second offering from the Perth born musician teeters between haunting whispers and angelic howls, as R.W. Grace’s powerful voice intimates deeply personal lyrics.

Mark Seymour & The Undertow - Two Dollar Punter     Rock, Folk, Country 18/05/2015
Hunters & Collectors front man Mark Seymour is back with his finest work to date and an album that celebrates humanity.
A song in honour of all who came here by boat. Mark sings of the ‘Two Dollar Punter’ who 'shook the hand of the smuggler' for the hope of a better life.

Other tracks by Mark Seymour & The Undertow:  Football Train
The Steel Springs Featuring Tex Perkins And Ron Barassi - One Minute's Silence     Rock 09/04/2015
To commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC, ARIA award winning musician Tex Perkins has recorded ‘One Minute’s Silence’ featuring Australian Rules Football legend Ron Barassi.
The song was written by author of best-seller Saturday Afternoon Fever, Matthew Hardy, with help from local muso Richard Gillard (Secret Life Of Us Soundtrack) with profits going to Legacy. Hardy says “Listen to it once the whole way through and tell us you didn’t get goose bumps”.

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Vance Joy - Georgia     Folk, Pop 24/02/2015
Vance Joy releases ‘Georgia,’ the third slice from his debut record Dream Your Life Away.
‘Georgia’, one of singer/songwriter's personal favorites. Written on January 1 this year, right in the throes of ‘Riptide’ fever. "Hemingway says "I have written well, I will write well again". The well doesn't dry up. Before Georgia, I wasn't feeling particularly inspired, then that song came out of nowhere.

Other tracks by Vance Joy:  First Time  -  Mess Is Mine
Slum Sociable - Anyway     Rock, Pop 20/02/2015
Having played a grand total of 2 live shows and releasing one single to critical acclaim, 2015 is going to be a huge year for the duo hailing from Mordialloc.
The first taste of what's the come from Mordialloc duo Slum Sociable, comes lo-fo track interchanging jazz, psych and dub, producing an intensely unique track. Their debut EP is due out in March, and if 'Anyway' is anything to go by, they are ones to pay attention to in 2015.

Kagu - Human     Pop, Electronic 04/02/2015
Sean Heathcliff's new solo project Kagu, many would remember Sean as one of the singers of internationally acclaimed Melbourne band, Snakadaktal,
Kagu’s new single is ‘Human’, more upbeat than predecessor ‘Shadow of the Wind’, this delicate slice of blissful pop also features on the self-titled EP, bursting with layered, atmospheric soundscapes, whimsical yet intelligent lyrics and raw, honest vocals.

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World's End Press - Spirals (Slide Away)     Electronic, Pop 13/12/2014
Melbourne lads World's End Press are back in action this Summer with a brand new single, an east coast tour and festival appearances.
This new number ‘Spirals (Slide Away)’ sets a thick stack of droning organs against a shuffling disco beat and has singer John Parkinson singing about surrender.

Indie Shuffle, who premiered the single, dubbed the track as “one of the more exciting releases over the past few months”

Dan Sultan - Dirty Ground     Rock, Blues 12/11/2014
The Australian singer songwriter is back not long after the release of his #4 ARIA release Blackbird with a new EP and tour dates in associated with the GO! Foundation.
A track touching on themes of loneliness and distance with simple guitar tones and the the raw and rich vocals that Sultan is known for.

Other tracks by Dan Sultan:  Mountaintop  -  Man On TV
Grace - Pluto     Electronic 24/10/2014
24-year-old Grace is the latest signing to Liberation from Perth, Australia.
Anchored by a barely-there beat, – produced by TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek – sees Grace swinging from restrained menace to impassioned cry. The chorus erupts amidst pulsing synths and stuttering drums. Despite citing her biggest challenge as holding too much inside, Grace’s lyrics are intensely personal and introspective.

Husky - Saint Joan     Rock 30/09/2014
Melbourne based folk/alternative band with a love of rich harmonies and great songwriting being the common thread that draws them together. New album ‘Ruckers Hill’ out 17 October 2014.
‘Saint Joan’, a lush, evocative ode to the redemptive power of love. Characters and moods are breathed to life through Husky’s storybook lyrics, as gorgeously layered music and full, soulful harmonies cascade over the listener.

Other tracks by Husky:  I'm Not Coming Back
Jimmy Barnes - Good Times (feat. Keith Urban)     Rock, Cover Version 26/08/2014
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Jimmy Barnes’ debut as a solo recording artist, and to celebrate this extraordinary milestone, Jimmy has recorded 30:30 Hindsight, his 15th studio album.
“I’ve been doing a Vanda & Young song called ‘Good Times’ since 1987, when I did it with INXS. I sent it to Keith, and got him in the studio with [producer] Kevin Shirley in America. We did a rockin’ version" - Jimmy Barnes.

Other tracks by Jimmy Barnes:  I'm Still On Your Side (feat. Bernard Fanning)  -  Stone Cold (feat. Tina Arena & Joe Bonamassa)