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The Creases - Answer To     Rock, Pop 01/09/2017
The Creases began with four mates in a basement in the Brisbane suburbs. Since then, they have had numerous sold-out tours and recently released their debut album Tremolow.
‘Answer To’ is the fresh new single from The Creases’ blissful debut LP, Tremolow. It creates a perfect mood with sing along melodies, head bopping guitars, loud drums and a dizzying array of synth-work.


2017 NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEE: Live Voice of the Year (presented by the Queensland Music Festival - QLD Awards) - Joe Agius

Other tracks by The Creases:  Is It Love  -  Everybody Knows
Julia Jacklin - Cold Caller     Pop, Rock, Acoustic 15/09/2017
Eastwick/Cold Caller is amazingly only the second release from Julia Jacklin, who’s debut Don’t Let The Kids Win went on to achieve stunning critical acclaim the world over.
‘Cold Caller’ is a beautiful track inspired by the news of Julia Jacklin’s sister falling pregnant.

2017 NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEE: Live Voice of the Year (National Awards), Country or Folk Live Act of the Year (National Awards), International Live Achievement - Solo (National Awards), Live Voice of the Year (presented by Audio-Technica - People's Choice Awards), Live Voice of the Year (NSW Awards)

Other tracks by Julia Jacklin:  Eastwick
Mansionair - Astronaut (Something About Your Love)     Electronic, Chill 01/11/2017
Sydney based trio Mansionair began in 2014 when lead singer Jack Froggatt accepted an invitation to top-line a suite of production beats by producer/guitarist Lachlan Bostock and drummer/producer Alex Nicholls.
'Astronaut (Something About Your Love)' is a genre-splitting shot from the soul; as playful as it is a sincere exploration of loneliness and distant affections. The juxtaposition between Froggatt's intimate vocal delivery and the geographic stretch of Mansionair's production is what makes the track so intriguing.

Vance Joy - We're Going Home     Pop, Rock 01/02/2018
2017 saw Vance Joy release new music in ‘Lay It On Me’ and ‘Like Gold’, finish writing and recording Nation of Two and add to his collection of ARIA Awards.
'We're Going Home' is a classic Vance Joy anthem sure to delight fans, the track follows on from last year’s platinum-selling hit ‘Lay It On Me’, as well as fan favourite ‘Like Gold’.

Dan Sultan - Drover (feat. Dave Le'aupepe)     Rock, Roots 27/04/2018
Liberation Records is thrilled to share news of Dan Sultan’s forthcoming collaborative EP, Killer Under A Blood Moon, set to land on May 18.
"Working with Dan is captivating, inspiring and often hilarious, and although it’s easy to be outshone by Sults, you usually wind up feeling better about yourself and your craft than you did when you started.” – Dave Le’aupepe

Emerson Snowe - Could You Love Me?     Rock, Pop, Electronic 27/04/2018
Emerson Snowe is the creation of Brisbane based artist/creator/musician Jarrod Mahon, who started making tracks under the moniker several years back.
Though he has been creating music for many years (fans might also recognise him as one of the founding members of The Creases), ‘Could You Love Me?’ marks Emerson Snowe’s first release via a record label. The song, an ode to his girlfriend Tina, arrives complete with a self-directed video.

Mansionair - Violet City     Electronic, Pop, Chill 27/04/2018
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’.
Driven by a propulsive electronic bass, buoyant drums, eastern-style strings and lead singer Jack Froggatt’s note perfect falsetto, ‘Violet City’ is a powerful, poignant song steeped in the aloofness and pace of the city of LA.

Vance Joy - Saturday Sun     Pop, Rock 02/05/2018
Introduced to the world via the ukulele-led charm of instant classic ‘Riptide’, Australian singer/songwriter Vance Joy has released his incredible sophomore album ‘Nation of Two’.
‘Saturday Sun’ sees Vance Joy return to his trusty ukulele to take in some on the road romance.

British India - Midnight Homie (My Best Friends)     Rock, Pop 08/05/2018
Forgetting The Future is the explosive sixth record from one of Australia’s most cherished and esteemed rock bands.
‘Midnight Homie’ has been a fan favourite since the release of the album in September. It’s unconventional, memorable rock n roll with wild dynamic shifts. Catchy, anthemic melodies are met with controversial lyrics.

Dan Sultan - Reaction (feat. Meg Mac)     Rock 08/05/2018
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.
Meg Mac joins the project and lends her sleek swagger to ‘Reaction’. “She’s just awesome and super professional, of course. She knew the song almost better than I did,” Sultan laughs.

Slum Sociable - Outrunner     Electronic, Jazz, Soul 08/05/2018
Slum Sociable are a Melbourne duo consisting of Ed(ward) Quinn (production/keys/guitar) and Miller Upchurch (vocals and percussion).
'Outrunner’ is the new single lifted from Melbourne jazz/electronica duo Slum Sociable’s self-titled debut LP. Released in November 2017 through Liberation Records, the album has already graced us with radio favourites, ‘Castle’, ‘Don’t Come Back Another 100 Times’ and ‘Name Call’.

Dan Sultan - Killer (feat. Camp Cope)     Rock, Roots 12/05/2018
Sultan explains that the concept behind Killer Under a Blood Moon was to give these songs new bodies, new ways of being, and to have a good time doing it
The shared power between Dan Sultan and Camp Cope shines through on this special live rework of ‘Killer’. Dan’s strong, soulful style is complemented by Camp Cope’s raw and visceral sound, to produce a dynamic and energetic rendition to the song.

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

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

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.

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.