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Mistletone Records

Mistletone Records is an indie label established in Melbourne by Ash & Sophie Miles in 2006.

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HTRK - New Year's Day     Electronic 09/08/2019
Revered Melbourne band HTRK are Jonnine Standish and Nigel Yang.
New Year's Day is the new single from HTRK's album Venus in Leo.

The Orbweavers - Reeds / Rush     Folk 09/08/2019
Much loved otherly Melbourne folk band The Orbweavers (Marita Dyson and Stuart Flanagan) write songs about waterways, gardening, retired greyhounds, industrial history, place and memory.
“Reeds / Rush” and its accompanying song map drawing were created during The Orbweavers' time as Artists in Residence at THE LIVING PAVILION, University of Melbourne. Reeds/ Rush refers to the research which accompanied the 40,000 Kulin Nation plants installed at The Living Pavilion, and to the hidden waterway, known today as Bouverie Street Creek, that traverses the University site.

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HTRK - You Know How To Make Me Happy     Electronic 26/07/2019
New single from esteemed Melbourne duo HTRK, aka Jonnine Standish and Nigel Yang, from forthcoming album Venus In Leo (out August 30 on Mistletone).
HTRK return with a haunting and sensuous new track from their forthcoming LP Venus in Leo, out August 30 on Mistletone.

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Grand Salvo - In the Water     Folk 28/11/2018
Esteemed Melbourne artist Grand Salvo (Paddy Mann) is "acclaimed for his ability to transport listeners with atmospheric arrangements, detailed compositions, and immersive stories” – TRIPLE R ALBUM OF THE WEEK
A baroque-folk rumination on memory, loss, the passing of time and death. The refrain, “Oh say you love me before I go / will you remember me when I’m gone”, is sung by a female chorus (Laura Jean, Lisa Salvo, Hannah Cameron, Michelle Surowiec).

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Other tracks by Grand Salvo:  In the Shade  -  Field of Flowers