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Ian Moss - Shake     Funk/Soul, Rock 25/09/2009
Ian Moss has modestly purred beneath his guitar playing for over 30 years – but no longer! 'Soul On West 53rd St' brings Moss' voice to the forefront.
Ian Moss' interpretation of Otis Redding’s classic ‘Shake’ redefines the landscape of soul music. With a dancehall ambience this track surrounds and warms the listeners taking them back to a time that was simple and smooth.

Other tracks by Ian Moss:  Let's Stay Together
The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition     Rock, Pop 25/09/2009
The Temper Trap are noted for their atmospheric sound, featuring grand guitars set to pulsating rhythms. Their incredibly successful debut 'Conditions' reached #9 on the ARIA Charts.
Sweet Disposition is a definitive statement for both the record, and indeed the band’s unique standing on the Australian musical landscape. Driven by a transfixing guitar melody and brilliant, hypnotic vocal, it morphs into a surging indie rock anthem that you’ll find impossible to ignore.


Other tracks by The Temper Trap:  Science of Fear  -  Fader
Troy Cassar-Daley - Sing About This Country     Country 28/09/2009
The legendary Troy Cassar-Daley has established himself as one of Australia's finest and most evocative singer-songwriters. He's also know as one of the most likeable blokes in country music!
‘Sing About This Country’ is Troy's salute to Australia, its geography and all of its co-habitants and he’s urging us all to be proud of it and to take care of the land we live in.


Other tracks by Troy Cassar-Daley:  Big Big Love  -  Chasin' Rodeos
Diesel - My Baby likes to Boogaloo     Funk/Soul, Rockabilly 28/09/2009
'Project Blues: Saturday Suffering Fools' is a loose-limbed, fired-up trawl through the music that inspired one of Australia’s favourite rock legends- Diesel.
Witness the band rip into Don Gardener’s funky late-’60s howler My Baby Likes to Boogaloo – explosive, throat-tearing good times. “I don’t know if I’d wantx to be doing three shows a day, singing like that,” Diesel laughs, “but I’d probably build a muscle like James Brown, after a while."

Other tracks by Diesel:  Whiskey and Weed  -  Walkin' the Blues
Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson - Rattlin' Bones     Country 28/09/2009
Husband -Wife duo Shane Nicholson and Kasey Chambers present 'Rattin' Bones' - a spectacular alt country release for fans of Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris and Gillian Welch.
The instrumentation is as direct and heartfelt as the songs, with acoustic guitars, dobro, banjo, lap steel and fiddle, leaving all the space required for two voices to work their magic.

Other tracks by Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson:  Monkey On A Wire  -  Wildflower
Matt Joe Gow And The Dead Leaves - Come What May     Country, Alternative Country 28/09/2009
'The Message', Matt Gow's debut, delivers a committed alt country sound, complimented by songwriting from a true craftsman.
First single from album 'The Messenger'.

Other tracks by Matt Joe Gow And The Dead Leaves:  The Light  -  I Let You Be
Broderick Smith - Unknown Country     Country 28/09/2009
On 'Unknown Country' you get a clear sense of storyteller and song-crafter Broderick Smith's voracious appetite for forgotten history.
The title track Unknown Country is based loosely on the medieval morality play Everyman, and the search for redemption. The laid back instrumentation only enriches Smith's vocal performance further transporting listeners to a time of simplicity and clarity.

Other tracks by Broderick Smith:  Buddy Bolden  -  Jack Napolean
Diesel - Days Like These     Rock 28/09/2009
Diesel's eighth album 'Days Like These' is a work of honesty and strength. There's freedom about the album, an immediacy that stems from it's casual creation.
To the most casual listener, Days Like These sounds like a radio hit. And to any fan, it might well remind them of the mood of Diesel's first solo album; hip young bluesman straddles the line between funky of-the moment sounds and raw melodic traditions.


Other tracks by Diesel:  Crimson Man
Mick Thomas - As You Lay Sleeping     Country 28/09/2009
Legendary Australian singer-songwriter Mick Thomas presents 'Spin! Spin! Spin!', an album where collaboration is key. It features a stellar lineup of guests like Paul Kelly & Tim Rogers.
Mick describes the production of As I Lay Sleeping, as "unspoken dialogue between an overly comfy couple, the product of a few days with acoustic guitars in Felicity’s living room – and a neat sequel to one of the Weddings’ biggest hits, Step In, Step Out."

Other tracks by Mick Thomas:  Can I Sleep On Your Floor?  -  Spin!Spin!Spin!
TZU - Computer Love     Hip Hop, Electronic 28/09/2009
TZU once again smash the pre-conceptions of what hip-hop can sound like with their third album ‘Computer Love’.
TZU have re-entered the Earth’s orbit with an insanely addictive new single Computer Love. Driven by pulsating bass line, ice cool vocal and ménage a synth goodness, it takes TZU from the Block Party to the heart of dance floor and back in one artful swoop.

Other tracks by TZU:  Mondays
Kasey Chambers, Poppa Bill and The Little Hillbillies - The Lost Music Blues     Country 10/11/2009
Australian country superstar Kasey Chambers and her father Bill bring in the rellies to make a new family album – Kasey Chambers, Poppa Bill and The Little Hillbillies.
‘Hey Lost Music, thank God that you’ve been found,
Hey Lost Music, Little Hillbillies are in town’

So starts the brand new rollicking song by Kasey and Bill Chambers and the first to be lifted from the family style album; ‘Kasey Chambers, Poppa Bill & The Little Hillbillies’.

Other tracks by Kasey Chambers, Poppa Bill and The Little Hillbillies:  Dad. Do You Remember?  -  Christmas Time
Rowland S. Howard - Pop Crimes     Rock, Grunge 10/11/2009
Rowland S. Howard is a legend of Australian rock, a musician whose distinctive style and sound has resonated across the underground rock landscape for three decades.
The band lurch in to Pop Crimes as if dragging a rain soaked body across a muddy field. Within the first few breaths Rowland references Stalin, Calvary and genocide, whilst razoring guitar lines the current crop of post-punk revisionists could only fantasize about.

Other tracks by Rowland S. Howard:  (I Know) A Girl Called Jonny  -  Life's What You Make It
The Holidays - Moonlight Hours     Pop 18/11/2009
Sydney based indie four piece. Touring extensively since their inception the band have released two EP's with their debut album due early 2010.
Moonlight Hours is a song to dance to in the open air, surrounded by friends, in a place far away, it marks a new direction for the band however it still retains the band’s signature playfulness and melody. Mixed by Tony Espie with additional engineering from Burke Reid.



Other tracks by The Holidays:  Golden Sky  -  Broken Bones
Howling Bells - Treasure Hunt     Rock, Pop, Electronic 18/12/2009
The creatively prolific Howling Bells, led by sultry vocalist Stein, continue to impress with their shadowy brand of pop-rock.
A grand opus of stomping beats and pure optimism, the
bassline thunders thru this track with an urgency matched
by the potency of the lyrics. The Herald Sun raves “it has
a flying intensity that is impossible to resist.”

Other tracks by Howling Bells:  Into the Chaos  -  Cities Burning Down
Jimmy Barnes - Red Hot     Rock, Blues, Cover Version 18/12/2009
Australian legend Jimmy Barnes takes a departure from his signature brand of rock and lends his voice to some classic rhythm and blues music (Bo Diddley, Ray Charles, Otis Clay).
A cover version of Billy Lee Riley's original, Red Hot is an instant classic because of the big band backing vocals. It's a ball-tearing song driven by Reggie McBride’s upright bass and it’s got so much energy and excitement. It’s a great way to kick start the album!

Other tracks by Jimmy Barnes:  Shake Rattle & Roll  -  Halleluhah I Love Her So
Liam Finn and Eliza Jane - Long Way To Go     Pop 18/12/2009
Liam Finn and Eliza-Jane Barnes were both bound for a musical career from birth. Each gifted with musical genes from their legendary musician fathers Neil Finn and Jimmy Barnes.
Lead single “Long Way To Go” encapsulates the magical dynamic of Liam And E-J’s chaotic live show whilst tackling the anxieties of air travel, life on the road and homesickness.

Ironically this EP will take Liam and EJ back on the road, playing these new songs on their world tour.

Other tracks by Liam Finn and Eliza Jane:  Plane Crash
Shane Nicholson - Where The Water Goes     Country, Folk 09/02/2010
Shane Nicholson is a celebrated singer/songwriter, producer and one half of the very successful Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson duo.
Musically Where The Water Goes is an “easy country stroll” (PBS review)!
Shane sheds some light: “It’s basically a kind of social commentary... gambling with crooks, swimming with sharks, and the loss of innocence. If you’re gonna fall down, do it with as much style as possible!”

Jimmy Barnes, Ian Moss & Joan Osborne - What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted     Funk/Soul 22/02/2010
Jimmy Barnes, Ian Moss and Joan Osborne are touring Australia and New Zealand as part of the Motown 50 tour in Feburary 2010.
This US top 10 hit was originally recorded in 1966. In 2000 Jimmy Barnes a version for his Soul Deeper album. Michael Gudinski suggested Barnes revisited the recording but this time inviting Motown Tour guests Ian Moss and Joan Osborne. The result is smooth and sublime.

James Reyne - Kentucky Rain     Rock, Blues, Country, Soul 08/03/2010
James Reyne has a long and successful career as a solo artist and as frontman for Australian Crawl.
The main aim was to try and make the songs my own, always aware of the stupidity of trying to imitate Elvis himself and the folly of even pretending to contend the brilliance of the originals.

Violent Soho - Jesus Stole My Girlfriend     Rock 08/03/2010
Brisbane natives recently relocated to Brooklyn NY.
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend has had major impact on USA airwaves. The song debuted in the Billboard Rock Songs Top 40 in its first week at radio. A clear sign why the band is sure to be considered one of the most exciting new guitar bands in the world.


Other tracks by Violent Soho:  Son Of Sam