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British India - I Thought We Knew Each Other     Rock, Pop 13/09/2016
Following its premiere on triple j, British India's new single ‘I Thought We Knew Each Other’, takes that moment and holds it up to the light.
Layered in a film of shimmering strings and guitars, and with an unrelenting break-beat to match, the hushed intensity of the song’s verses make way for the dizzying rush of a mile high chorus. Indeed, ‘I Thought We Knew Each Other’ sees the band’s effortless intensity honed razor sharp.

Dan Sultan - Magnetic     Rock, Soul, Pop 06/10/2016
Dan Sultan is a critically acclaimed indigenous Australian singer-songwriter from Melbourne.
A piano flutters, and a string section swells from the delicate melody. Then a choir of voices bursts forth: “God, help me!” So begins Dan Sultan’s new single, ‘Magnetic’. A fierce attack of soul-pop, as interested in delivering unfiltered emotion as it is a charging chorus.


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Mansionair - Easier     Electronic, Chill 27/10/2016
Sydney trio with a flowing energy that weaves and transitions beautifully, Mansionair have a unique way of writing songs with incredible production.
Easier features soft and restrained instrumentation that evolves into a gliding chorus, before imploding into a synth heavy expression of raw emotion. Written in the living room of producer/guitarist Lachlan’s house, Easier was loosely inspired by a scene from Sofia Coppola’s seminal film, ‘Lost In Translation’.

Husky - Late Night Store     Folk, Rock 03/11/2016
After a year-long absence from Australian shores, Husky return with a swag of stories, a driving new single ‘Late Night Store’ and the exciting news of shows at year’s end.
The duo’s natural ability shines on ‘Late Night Store’, though sonically they’ve added visceral new colours to their palette. A striking blend of guitars and keys are propelled forward by a steady groove, whilst Husky’s vocal floats along effortlessly; his poetic lyrics creating a twisted story that feels strangely relatable.

Other tracks by Husky:  Ghost
Slum Sociable - Name Call     Electronic, Jazz, Soul 03/11/2016
Slum Sociable are Edward Quinn (production/keys/guitar) and Miller Upchurch (vocals/percussion). A Melbourne-based duo steeped in groove, that glide through the intersection of soul, hip-hop and electronica.
‘Name Call’ is the first cut from the subversive duo’s awaited debut album and adds to their already impressive repertoire, which includes single ‘Anyway’, and ‘Apartment’ from debut EP, TQ. It takes a firm hold on the hips and guides left to right to left in a hypnotic sway.

Em Rusciano - Versions Of Me     Pop 23/11/2016
Em Rusciano made it to the final ten contestants on the second season of Australian Idol and is a successful stand-up comedian, radio presenter, published author and powerhouse live performer.
The uplifting, catchy tune is Em Rusciano's first foray into original songs, and was co-written and produced with Michael Paynter and Michael DeLorenzis, who comprise the Melbourne-based MSquared pop production duo. Em herself compares the song to a John Farnham-power-pop-anthem style.

James Crooks - Not Going Away (Feat. Kate Martin)     Pop, Electronic 15/02/2017
James Crooks has produced, recorded, and toured under various monikers with some of the most accomplished in the industry, including RÜFÜS, Health, Safia, Thelma Plum and Tigertown.
James Crooks' new single ‘Not Going Away’ is a powerhouse alternative-pop tune, harnessing elements of electronic genres and pop undertones that complement Kate Martin’s unique vocal.

Mick Thomas - Most Of the Time (Feat. Ruby Boots)     Folk, Rock, Acoustic, Cover Version 22/02/2017
These Are the Songs is a lovingly crafted compilation spanning the past eighteen years and more of Mick Thomas’ creative life.
‘Most of the Time’ is originally from Bob Dylan’s Oh Mercy album. Far from being a poignant heartfelt testimony of troubled life, in this version Mick and Ruby give it a sparky new angle as the two protagonists compete in saying how little they miss the other.

Other tracks by Mick Thomas:  Gallipoli Rosemary  -  AFB (Australian Flag Bikini)
Sean Heathcliff - Ordinary     Folk, Rock, Acoustic 22/02/2017
It’s been two long years since we’ve had the pleasure of releasing new music from Sean Heathcliff, fka Kagu.
‘Ordinary’ exhibits a move towards a more live and organic sound for Heathcliff, with acoustic drums and minimal instrumentation. A delicate space is created through Heathcliff’s bittersweet guitar melodies and effortlessly unique vocal. This new restrained style of composition highlights Heathcliff’s ability to create pop music in its purist form.

Other tracks by Sean Heathcliff:  Too Far
Mark Seymour & The Undertow - Throw Your Arms Around Me     Rock, Acoustic 21/03/2017
As the frontman for one of Australia's most seminal bands, Hunters & Collectors, Mark Seymour is one of Australia's most gifted and respected musicians.
“It’s hard sometimes, to gauge the impact of this song.. Certainly amongst all the tunes, this one has truly become 'public property’.. it's been recorded so many times in different forms. Essentially though, it is an acoustic folk ballad that can be sung ‘anywhere’.. " - Mark Seymour

Other tracks by Mark Seymour & The Undertow:  Holy Grail  -  When The River Runs Dry
Tim Minchin - Come Home (Cardinal Pell)     Documentary, Comedy 31/03/2017
Tim Minchin is an Australian composer/lyricist, musician, comedian, actor, writer and director.
A charity single, released on 16th February 2016. This is Minchin’s second song to deal with sexual abuse and coverup by the Catholic Church, after the Pope Song in 2010.

2017 APRA MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEE - Song of the Year

The Creases - Is It Love     Rock, Pop 15/06/2017
The Creases began with four mates in a basement in the Brisbane suburbs. Since then, they have had an acclaimed EP, a swag of popular singles and numerous sold-out tours.
New single ‘Is It Love’ is the perfect antidote to wintry days ahead. Alluring us with an irresistible groove and bassline, this instant classic expands The Creases’ sound all the way to the warm confines of the dancefloor.

Other tracks by The Creases:  Everybody Knows  -  Answer To
Gordi - Heaven I know     Pop 16/06/2017
From the moment she was Unearthed by triple J, including a subsequent nomination for a J Award, Gordi’s music has enamoured.
‘I often find that writing about platonic relationships can be a great deal more powerful than writing about romantic ones because they can be much more deep-seated and complex.’ – Gordi


Julia Jacklin - Eastwick     Pop, Rock, Acoustic 16/06/2017
Julia Jacklin returns with more observational folk songs laced with a melancholic ache, but buoyed with a wry humour and Jacklin’s rich, distinctive voice.
‘Eastwick’ is a captivating, slow building track, inspired by a night in front of the TV watching Dancing With The Stars. ‘Eastwick’ was recorded in New Zealand with Ben Edwards, with whom Julia recorded Don’t Let The Kids Win.

2017 ARIA AWARD NOMINEE: Best Female Artist

Other tracks by Julia Jacklin:  Cold Caller
British India - Precious     Rock, Pop 13/07/2017
British India have earned themselves four Top 10 ARIA albums, seven entries into the Hottest 100 and 'I Can Make You Love Me' has received accredited Gold status in Australia.
Precious has been produced by Holy Holy’s Oscar Dawson and features backing vocals from fellow indie rocker Ali Barter. Recorded at Melbourne’s iconic Sing Sing Studios, the track vaunts distorted guitars ready to knock your walls down, it’s full bodied noise accelerated through wild, tight drumming.

Other tracks by British India:  My Love
Vance Joy - Lay It On Me     Pop, Folk 21/07/2017
Following a period of writing and recording abroad, multi-platinum singer-songwriter and local favourite Vance Joy has unveiled a brand new single, ‘Lay It On Me’.
Vance Joy's brand new single 'Lay It On Me' is an upbeat, breezy, acoustic track with a stunning cinematic video.

2018 ARIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Song Of The Year, Best Male Artist, Best Adult Contemporary Album


2017 ARIA AWARD NOMINEE: Best Independent Release 'Lay It On Me', Best Male Artist

Dan Sultan - Kingdom     Rock, Blues, Roots 26/07/2017
‘Kingdom’ is the powerful new single from Dan Sultan, the third to be lifted from his anticipated new LP, Killer out on July 28.
A true reflection shines through on ‘Kingdom’, as Sultan pushes into some of his most personal and political realms yet.


2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Independent Blues And Roots Album (Killer)

2017 THE AGE MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Male, Best Aboriginal Act

2017 NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEE: Blues & Roots Live Act of the Year (National Awards)

Other tracks by Dan Sultan:  Hold It Together  -  Reaction
Gordi - On My Side     Pop 02/08/2017
From the moment she was Unearthed by triple J, including a subsequent nomination for a J Award, Gordi’s music has enamoured.
An infectious second single lifted from her debut album Reservoir.

Other tracks by Gordi:  All The Light We Cannot See
Slum Sociable - Castle     Electronic, Jazz, Soul 18/08/2017
Slum Sociable are a Melbourne duo consisting of Ed(ward) Quinn (production/keys/guitar) and Miller Upchurch (vocals and percussion).
‘Castle’ takes a darker turn from the lush, synth-heavy ballad, ‘Don’t Come Back Another 100 Times.’ Premiered on triple j Good Nights, the track blurs genre lines and builds an invigorating atmosphere through melancholic vocals and tight percussion

Other tracks by Slum Sociable:  Don't Come Back Another 100 Times
Husky - Shark Fin     Folk, Rock 18/08/2017
After a year-long absence from Australian shores, Husky return with a swag of stories, their third studio album Punchbuzz and the exciting news of shows at year’s end.
The exciting propulsion of ‘Shark Fin’ flows naturally. Its experimentalism and attention to detail allows us to discover new depths with every listen.

Other tracks by Husky:  Walking In Your Sleep  -  Ghost