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Sweet Gold - We Could Feel The Same     Rock, Garage, Soul, Punk 19/10/2018
The quintet's sound draws upon garage, soul and rock n roll, with a palette that ranges from The Ronettes to The Ramones.
The band’s latest offering, ‘We Could Feel The Same’ is direct and to the point, drawing on the template left by Lennon “don’t bore us - get to the chorus” this song has no verses and glorious harmonies. Alternating between weighty stabs and a driving chorus, there’s no let up until the delicate middle eight asks the real questions.

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Sweet Gold - Heart of Mine     Rock, Garage 26/04/2019
Sweet Gold conceived on Valentine's Day, in the deluxe spa suite of the Olsen Hotel, under a full moon, with a glass of champagne in one-hand and rose inthe other.
With a jangle of six strings and a nod to the Gallagher brothers, ‘Heart of Mine’ sees Sweet Gold hit the ground running, over a wash of chords and a driving rhythm. The vocal melody and the refrain swagger and sway, with a tonne of the chord changes, building tension and release as the story unfolds.

Susy Blue - Wish in My Dish     Pop, Folk, Jazz 05/07/2013
Hailing from a studied musical background, Susy Hull captains the mighty six piece to present listeners a kooky pop calypso. Hull draws noticeable inspirations from Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor.
“A kooky, stream of consciousness flow, written one summer in my garden, with all the dandelions/ wishes floating through the February air. A happy celebration of being young and free.” Susy Blue

Susy Blue - Fell From A Wall     Folk, Rockabilly, Jazz, Pop 04/04/2014
Divinely vintage vocals, honeyed harmonies and charming tales are what make up Susy Blue. Inspired by Susy’s love of 60’s pop, early rock n roll, nouveau-folk and everything in between.
A haunting gospel groove that swirls through a summer storm. 40 kitsch glasses were harmed in the making of this song, with Susy smashing the glasses into a wheelie bin to produce the sample to feature in the track. Recorded with Shane O'Mara (Paul Kelly, Tim Rogers, The Audrey’s).

Susy Blue - Baby I'm Bored     Folk, Rockabilly, Jazz, Pop 13/11/2013
The whimsical Susy Hull captains the mighty six-piece playing kooky pop calypso. Influences range from classical, jazz to folk and gypsy stylings and draw inspirations from Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor.
A sassy upbeat number with a baritone sax that's hard not to want to dance to. Straight to the point, this tongue in cheek track will have women everywhere singing to their husbands, boyfriends and lovers.

ST. IVES - The Roaches     Pop, Experimental, Atmospheric, Downbeat 23/10/2018
St Ives: a collaboration between Perth vocalist Anna O’Neil (Anna O) and Melbourne producer Arik Blum. Brought together by a love of deep bass mid 90’s UK sounds.
An apocalyptic premonition, exploring the concept of what we would do when we know that tomorrow, the end will arrive. The lyrics set up the feeling of a type of reflective resignation to the approaching storm, to the imminent fire, anchoring its message on the line “When the end approaches, don’t hold on, we’ll leave it to the Roaches”.

Sounds Of Sirus - Day By Name     Rock, Pop 19/08/2011
Hailing from the suburbs outside of Melbourne Sounds Of Sirus have earnt quite a reputation for a killer live set. 2011 will see the release of their debut EP 'Singularity'.
Day By Name is a punch, guitar laden rock track. The video for the track has been Channel V's no 1 most requested.

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Sonicanimation - I Will Be Twisted     Electronic, Dance 01/02/2013
Pioneers of Australian electronica, sonicanimation, burst back onto the scene with their latest album Once More From The Bottom, a mish mash of breaks, bleeps, guitar and fat synths.
Recorded at Reiji Studio Rosslands, Canada first single ‘I Will Be Twisted’ is a classic break up story: the illustrious search for ‘the one’, the break up that leaves you realizing your total inexperience with the world of dating and the happiness found upon giving up the search.

Shaun Kirk - Save My Soul     Blues/Roots, Blues 04/09/2018
Melbourne’s very own blues/ soul troubadour Shaun Kirk is back with a brand new single ‘Save My Soul’.
‘Save My Soul’ originated from the line “kicking stones along the highway”. Kirk recalls “It felt to me like a blues song and I instantly knew had to pursue it. The song wrote itself very quickly from there.”

Shaun Kirk - Howlin at the Moon     Blues/Roots, Soul 22/02/2018
Independent blues/soul troubadour Shaun Kirk is back with a new single ‘Howlin at the Moon’
Kirk’s new single ‘Howlin at the Moon’ is hook heavy and full of groove; showcasing his impressive vocal range and vintage guitar tones that echo influences both classic and contemporary. Inspired by a vicious cycle, ‘Howlin at the Moon’ is the first taste what’s to come from Kirk’s forthcoming release.

Screamfeeder - Karen Trust Me     Rock, Pop, Grunge 23/09/2016
A 90s 3-piece noisy pop/indie rock band from Brisbane. Lovers of loud and beautiful music since the day they were each conceived. Old school? Shit yeah, and proud of it.
New single Karen Trust Me, a song about that kid at school who got out of trouble by pretending to pass out, and all the girls thought he was kinda weird and cool. The band’s 1996 classic Static can be heard in the melodies of this killer new song.

Screamfeeder - Half Lies     Rock, Pop 13/04/2017
Four piece powerhouse pop punk band Screamfeeder, are back in action after 10 years with new explosive music capturing the hearts and ears of blissful pop rock lovers.
Half Lies instantly encapsulates listeners with the beautiful and punchy slow opening line and guitar melody, to then follow on with the bands trademark twist by upping the pace into an upbeat explosive pop rock sing along, delving into the mechanics of falling in and out of love.

Screamfeeder - Alone In A Crowd     Rock, Garage, Pop, Psychedelic 02/11/2015
Brisbane rockers, Screamfeed are a band of eternally-youthful fuzz-pop darlings. They have continued to play together for 20 years and have undoubtedly garnered a reputation for one of Australia's best.
A thrilling slice of summer, pop music teamed with the classically dreamy vocals of Kellie. It contains trademark elements of the band’s best songs – the punchy opening riff, powerful and intricate drumming, cascading guitar and a disarmingly solid bass riff, holding the whole thing together.

Sal Kimber & The Rollin Wheel - Do Right     Country, Pop, Alternative Country, Blues 17/08/2011
Sal Kimber & The Rollin Wheel is the collaboration of award winning, talented songwriter and vocalist Sal Kimber and her band The Rollin Wheel.
'Do Right' is an upbeat track about looking for the ultimate love. About not settling and waiting on that ultimate love to knock down your door and give you no choice but to say yes- keep me on my feet- keep me guessing, wanting more.

Other tracks by Sal Kimber & The Rollin Wheel:  Beat Gets Louder
Rival Fire - Memories     Rock 25/11/2013
Emotionally powerful, with rousing synths bolstered with drums and guitar, Rival Fire produce lofty and energetic tracks with a brooding and mysterious edge.
Take Rival Fire’s new single Memories, the simple tale of love and loss takes a conceptual turn, pleading with the listener “Don’t let the memories fade away.” Adopting the notion of excitement and energy through their music, the collective want listeners to feel the emotion threaded through their music. .

Red Ink - Empty Town     Rock, Pop, Britpop, Atmospheric 23/10/2012
Red Ink are a four piece hailing from Melbourne, they hit the ground running a few years back with release of 'Audrey' and have toured in Australia and abroad.
The Colour Age’s opening track ‘Empty Town’ is accompanied by their own DIY video shot in Brighton, England during their UK tour earlier this year. A stand out track in anyone’s book, ‘Empty Town’s’ catchy chorus and infectious harmonies will have you hooked from the very first listen.

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Press Club - Thinking About You     Rock, Garage, Punk 04/07/2019
Press Club are garage rock band from Melbourne's Brunswick East. Four piece fronted by Natalie Foster.
‘THINKING ABOUT YOU’ is a vivid depiction of being stalked by an unknown.

Press Club - Suburbia     Rock, Garage, Punk 24/02/2018
Press Club’s freshman year was by no means small. Racking up 60 notches in their belt in their first 11 months. Now ’18 is guaranteed to be bigger than ’17.
‘Suburbia’ was recorded live in one day during the “Late Teens” sessions at The Aviary Studios in Melbourne. As with all of their work it was completely self-produced by the band and engineered by the band’s guitarist Greg Rietwyk.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Gloria Brancatisano, SYN, Melbourne (VIC)

Press Club - My Body’s Changing     Rock, Punk, Garage 04/11/2017
Melbourne’s Frenetic and Raw Brunswick natives Press Club are the musical embodiment of the attitude of a generation experiencing impermanence in every way.
Self produced, recorded live and engineered by guitarist, Greg Rietwyk, ‘My Body’s Changing’ was put to tape during the same sweltering sessions Press Clubs’s debut 'Headwreck'. The song features guest vocals from The Sinking Teeth's Nick Manuell.\u2028\u2028

Press Club - Get Better     Rock, Punk, Garage 16/04/2019
Melbourne band Press Club are four piece, female fronted garage band.
GET BETTER’ is a helter-skelter, 2:45 song of two halves. A Dr. Jekyll + Mr. Hyde piece about people not practicing what they preach and an urging to ‘GET BETTER’.