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Felicity Groom - Dance For None     Pop, Indie, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Experimental 18/10/2019
Magnetic Resonance Centre is the third album from WA dark-pop songstress Felicity Groom, featuring “Backwards Forwards” and “Dance For None”, the later of which has been produced by Kevin Parker.
Dance For None had a curious beginning. After letting one of her girls go nuts on an Ableton Push, Felicity took the chaos and turned it into a beat and produced the song around that. The curiosity further permeates through the bass lines and melodies that bend like an Olympic gymnast. Good friend Tame Impala's Kevin Parker co-produced the track.


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Mickey Kojak - Video Games     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Dance 20/09/2019
Mickey Kojak is an electronic musician, producer and vocalist from Sydney, Australia. Kojak’s music is multifaceted with everything from honest lyrical ballads with lush, ethereal soundscapes to face-melting electronic anthems.
Following the release of his EP Together, Mickey purchased a PlayStation to dive into some casual gaming. After three months of no contact with the outside world, Mickey’s manager called him and asked "Where have you been? Seems like all you’ve been doing is staying up late playing video games. Write some god damn music” - so he did.

Tim Ayre - Not Like It Should Be     Pop, Easy Listening, Indie, Psych 12/09/2019
Influenced by The Beach Boys, The Flaming Lips, Stevie Wonder and Daft Punk, multi-instrumentalist Tim Ayre creates deeply personal, dreamy and luxurious pop, effortlessly blending guitars, drums, bass and synths.
In Tim Ayre's words, "Not Like It Should Be" is about "feeling left out or forgotten somewhere in the craziness of the world, then coming to terms with those feelings and trying to be happy in your own way.” It's summery and whimsical and a taste of what to expect from his forthcoming debut EP.

Ok Moon - Stones     Pop, Chill, Atmospheric, Easy Listening 23/08/2019
Ok Moon is the collaborative project between Dustin Tebbutt, LANKS, Hayden Calnin and Xavier Dunn which deals in raw and colourful stories of the heart woven through cinematic pop songs.
In their own words, Ok Moon, talk about this track.. "With “Stones” we wanted to write something that was more anthemic and we came up with this piano part that was a bit reminiscent of Jonsi/Sigur Ros. We wanted to create a bubbling contagious energy, and the percussion layers in this track were a big part of that.

Other tracks by Ok Moon:  Crater On The Moon  -  Burn Me Up
Spacey Jane - Good For You     Rock, Pop, Garage, Psychedelic 15/08/2019
Fremantle four piece Spacey Jane have a knack for two things; writing catchy, yet thoughtful indie-pop, and selling out shows as they tour around the country.
Lovers of all things good, Spacey Jane are following up their track “Good Grief” with a brand new single, “Good For You”, with accompanying music video created by Matt Sav (Tame Impala, POND, San Cisco). It’s fast, catchy as hell and at just under 3 minutes, you’re left wanting more.

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Ok Moon - Hollow Tree     Pop, Atmospheric, Chill, Easy Listening 05/07/2019
Ok Moon is the collaborative project between Dustin Tebbutt, LANKS, Hayden Calnin and Xavier Dunn which deals in raw and colourful stories of the heart woven through cinematic pop songs.
“Hollow Tree” is the third single from Ok Moon’s forthcoming album, to be released in August this year. This cinematic pop song builds and builds to a cacophony of lush sounds. The bass line that carries the song leaves room for percussion, synths and vocals and the song incorporates folk, pop and electronic elements in a beautiful way.

murmurmur - Everything's Still Changing     Pop, Psychedelic, Rock 03/07/2019
murmurmur seemingly burst from nowhere in 2018 with their debut single ‘Cable Car’. There is an urgency to their sound.. it's immersive, textural and laden with esoteric melodies and hooks.
Immersive, textural and laden with esoteric melodies and hooks, murmurmur inject a moment of beauty into the cold indifference of a rapidly changing world with new single "Everything's Still Changing".

Felicity Groom - Backwards Forwards     Pop, Rock, Experimental, Psychedelic 26/06/2019
After a “pregnant pause” raising her young family, West Australian post-pop musician Felicity Groom returns with a new single and a new visionary project.
“Backwards Forwards” is the first taste of the forthcoming third album Magnetic Resource Centre - a collection of some of Felicity’s most daring explorations of pop to date. The single is as complex as it is catchy and came from an idea whilst driving, where for Felicity, new song ideas "fly in and out of the window". This idea stuck.

Ok Moon - Harpoon     Pop, Easy Listening, Atmospheric, Atmospheric 10/05/2019
Ok Moon, the collaborative project between Dustin Tebbutt, LANKS, Hayden Calnin and Xavier Dunn deals in raw and colourful stories of the heart woven through cinematic pop songs.
"Harpoon” is the second single from Ok Moon’s forthcoming album, two years in the making. The self-produced release is a combination of four different voices rolling into one, fuelled by a rare creative chemistry and respect for each other. The resulting album is a lush sonic landscape that sways between intimate pianos, yearning guitars and driving electronics.

Spacey Jane - Good Grief     Pop, Rock, Easy Listening, Garage 24/04/2019
Fremantle four piece Spacey Jane have gone from strength to strength in a relatively short amount of time. Following their sophomore EP release, they return with new single “Good Grief”.
Spacey Jane singer Caleb describes "Good Grief". "It's a song that was meant to be written a long time ago but never felt right until now. It's about how the further I get away from parts of growing up that I don't like so much, the more I see how they shaped me for the better."

Kinder - No Sleep     Electronic, Dance, Pop 11/04/2019
Over the last 12 months, electronic sister duo Kinder have been expanding their musical offering; from spinning records to creating their own unique style of music.
Whilst Kinder's “No Sleep” might be their most danceable jam yet, it's also a love letter to Sydney. Behind the infectious beat and bass line, there's a story of the city that once thrived with nightlife. Due to various circumstances it's now all but closed down, but that magic and emotion still exists when you enter the surviving clubs.

Ziggy Ramo - Pretty Boy     Hip Hop, Rap, Australian Indigenous, Pop 05/04/2019
To say Ziggy Ramo’s voice is important one in the Australian hip hop scene would be an understatement. Over a short period it’s become as integral as Briggs and Remi.
Ziggy Ramo's latest track “Pretty Boy” handles insecurities around masculinity and self image. He says “There is no one way to be a man. This track aims to start a dialogue between men to take responsibility of our insecurities. For too long we have repressed our emotions and those around us. Men can be pretty, women can be handsome."

Mickey Kojak - It's Gonna Be Okay     Pop, Electronic, Dance 22/03/2019
Mickey Kojak is an electronic musician, producer and vocalist from Sydney, Australia. Kojak’s music is multifaceted with everything from honest lyrical ballads with lush, ethereal soundscapes to face-melting electronic anthems.
Mickey Kojak is back with his latest single “It’s Gonna Be Okay”, featuring his newest friend Jake Stone (Bluejuice). His music is multifaceted - from face-melting electronic anthems like his last single “All That Acid” to honest lyrical ballads with lush, ethereal soundscapes. “It’s Gonna Be Okay” falls somewhere in the middle.

Ok Moon - Loved You Right     Pop, Easy Listening, Soundscapes, Atmospheric 20/03/2019
Ok Moon is the collaborative project between Dustin Tebbutt, LANKS, Hayden Calnin and Xavier Dunn which deals in raw and colourful stories of the heart woven through cinematic pop songs.
“Loved You Right” is the first single from Ok Moon’s forthcoming album, two years in the making. The self-produced release is a combination of four different voices rolling into one, fuelled by a rare creative chemistry and respect for each other. The resulting album is a lush sonic landscape that sways between intimate pianos, yearning guitars and driving electronics.

Ziggy Ramo - Empire     Hip Hop, Indigenous, Rap, Pop 22/02/2019
To say Ziggy Ramo’s voice is important in the Australian hip-hop scene is an understatement – over a short period it’s become as integral as peers like Briggs and Remi.
Ziggy Ramo uploaded his latest track “Empire” the day before Australia Day.

Ziggy said “F&*k Australia Day. We survived, now we thrive. I’m not going to carry the emotional burden this weekend or waste my time getting into arguments with brick walls. I’ve been holding onto Empire for years but I woke up this morning feeling proud to be Indigenous."

Kinder - Something More     Electronic, Dance, Pop 29/11/2018
Kinder are an electronic music duo consisting of sisters Briony and Savannah from the regional town of Maitland, Australia.
Sisters Briony and Savannah, better known as Kinder return with their sophomore single “Something More”. It opens with a dreamy atmosphere, building continuously into a thumping chorus that will be right at home in their festival sets.

murmurmur - I Can't Stop Thinking About All The Time I've Taken From You     Rock, Psychedelic, Pop 17/11/2018
Melbourne based 5 piece murmurmur make infectious psych rock and their debut self-titled four track EP is filled with esoteric hooks, harmonies and riffs that sink into your mind.
Joyous, full of riffs and with a Radiohead-esque type mathematical precision "I Can't Stop Thinking About All The Time I've Taken From You" is a complex yet catchy track from murmurmur's debut self-titled EP.

Other tracks by murmurmur:  Little Boy
Spacey Jane - Sawteeth     Pop, Rock, Easy Listening, Garage 17/11/2018
Fresh out of Freo, Spacey Jane provide music that's been described as "the kind of noise you want to fill your ears with" and "indie pop perfection".
"Sawteeth" comes from Spacey Jane's sophomore EP In The Slight and is a breezy singalong earworm, with a contrasting subject matter of the emotional highs and lows of a relationship.

Other tracks by Spacey Jane:  Balmy  -  Neoprene
Tori Levett - Crazy     Electronic, Dance, Pop 17/11/2018
Sydney DJ, vocalist, activist, ex-pro surfer and current party starter, Tori Levett is back with a new single, “Crazy”.
Tori Levett's latest single "Crazy" features thundering beats and edgy synth lines, plenty of glitchy samples and a drop melody that will echo in your memory long after the song finishes.
The track was born in a writing session with vocalist Kota Banks and kicks into gear from the first beat, showcasing an emerging artist who has found her sound.

Spacey Jane - Keep A Clean Nose     Pop, Garage, Rock 12/10/2018
Recently nominated for 3 WAM Awards and handpicked winner of Happy’s Needle In The Hay competition Fremantle four piece Spacey Jane create garage indie pop catchy-as-hell tunes.
The latest track from Freo four piece Spacey Jane, “Keep A Clean Nose” oozes springtime pop, the subject matter goes deeper.
Singer Caleb explains;
“The song is about never quite feeling good enough for the person you love. Always worrying about her finding someone better, that she might get up and leave at any minute".

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