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Tigertown - Lions and Witches     Pop 29/06/2012
Resonating with a positive charm, Tigertown are a talented six-piece that share a special familial connection. Together, the Sydney-based alternative group weave melodic musical ideas with an authentic heart.
Tigertowns journey over the last twelve months has led them to deliver ‘Lions and Witches’ – a track swelling with beautiful melodies and lavish instrumental arrangements. The single delivers a pronounced strength from the band, a quality that will surely be extended on their forthcoming EP.

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Nantes - Unsatisfy     Rock, Electronic 06/07/2012
Drawing on the legacy of U.K. and U.S. post-punk with an alternative edge, Sydney outfit Nantes bring you soaring choruses, dense rhythmic motives and a mesmeric and blistering live show.
Returning to the studio with Sydney producer/engineer Simon Todkill, Nantes have now delivered their latest single ‘Unsatisfy’, a track covered with dense rhythmic motives and another strong, soaring chorus - a distinctive trademark of the band.

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Emma Louise - Boy     Folk, Pop 06/07/2012
Emma Louise has a voice so emotionally stirring it seems like the world stops for a moment, holds its breath and waits to hear the next phrase from her lips.
‘Boy’, a swinging mid-paced song, is subtle in its beauty and observations and uncannily sits perfectly between Emma’s folk musings and perhaps what those loving ‘Jungle’ might expect. From her debut album, ‘Boy’ is a signal of a growingly assured artist - relaxed, yet certain to find her own way.


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Charlie Mayfair - Waste Me     Pop, Rock 06/07/2012
Comprised of five very distinct musical personalities, Charlie Mayfair have drawn from their individual styles and strengths and re-created their identity as a vocally-driven folk band.
After releasing a first glimpse of the EP in mid-2011 with ‘Tell Her’, Charlie Mayfair have delivered a commanding new single in ‘Waste Me’ – filled with frantic percussive elements, grandiose guitar work and the unnerving female vocals of co-lead singer Hannah Shepherd.

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The Belligerents - Steal Money     Pop, Rock 19/07/2012
Forming as dedicated party-starters in late-2010, Brisbane’s The Belligerents sure know how to throw one heck of a sweet-sounding party.
‘Steal Money’ has it all – hand claps, ooooh-ohhs, a healthy does of reverb and a beat that makes you want to just on your couch and dance around Tom Cruise style. Recorded with Brisbane producer Yanto Browning, ‘Steal Money’ captures the energetic strength of The Belligerents’ live show perfectly.

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Other tracks by The Belligerents:  Infatuation  -  She Calls the Shots
Art of Sleeping - Empty Hands     Rock, Pop 19/07/2012
Brisbane six-piece Art of Sleeping have developed their live show over the last year, bringing you brand new tracks that are a very classy affair.
‘Empty Hands’ tells the narrative of someone standing by your side despite your imperfections and shortcomings. Current go-to producer, Yanto Browning (The Medics, The Jungle Giants) takes the helm tracking the song live in an attempt to capture the energy and feel of the music and lyrics.


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Other tracks by Art of Sleeping:  Above the Water
Tara Simmons - Where Do You Go     Pop 20/07/2012
2012 has been a remarkable year for Tara Simmons. Her second full-length album boldly leads the young Brisbane musician into terrain she’s never really explored.
‘Where Do You Go’, with its infectious chorus and incredible video clip of a space-adventure as if imagined by Stanley Kubrick, secures the confidence in her newfound direction and sparks excitement for what else might feature on the album.

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Edward Guglielmino - Walking My Way     Folk, Rock 20/07/2012
Edward Guglielmino is a chameleon and a comedian; marrying his left field abstract-folk-rock with a sincere honesty.
‘Walking My Way’ is about an experience Edward had when he was 18 – he went to the park and waited from someone. Co-written between Sam Schlencker (Skinny Jean) and Edward himself, the pair joined forces with producer Jamie Trevaskis to fully realize the song.

Tara Simmons - Weekend of Hearts     Pop 06/09/2012
2012 has been a remarkable year for Tara Simmons. Her second full-length album boldly leads the young Brisbane musician into terrain she’s never really explored.
The pulsating and percussive ‘Weekend of Hearts’ (co-written with Hungry Kids of Hungary’s Dean McGrath), boasts the qualities that have always made a great Tara song – killer hooks, savvy songwriting and that voice – but this time, adds something more, something that can be filed under “brooding synth pop”.


Tigertown - Morning Has Finally Come     Pop, Folk 06/09/2012
Resonating with a positive charm, Tigertown are a talented six-piece that share a special familial connection. Together, the Sydney-based alternative group weaves melodic musical ideas with an authentic heart.
‘Morning Has Finally Come’ pairs beautiful harmonies and lush instrumentation with a tribal-esque drumbeat that conjures up the magical idea of running barefoot through the woods at dusk. This is the first single from Tigertown's anticipated sophomore EP crafted by producer Jimi Maroudas.

Young Men Dead - Courageous     Electronic, Rock 10/09/2012
Young Men Dead are alive and kicking, serving up infectious sounds that blend a distinctive mix of tribal drums, shimmering synths and narrative vocals.
Described by critics as “impressionistic avant-pop greatness”, Young Men Dead's distinguished sound has now culminated in ‘Courageous’ - their strongest musical statement yet. A perfectly crafted showcase of the band’s hook-laden songwriting abilities and thunderous rhythmic motives, the single is a first taste of their forthcoming debut EP.

Kathryn Rollins - Who Shot the Bird Down?     Folk, Pop 26/11/2012
Shrouded in many layers of creative cognition, Kathryn Rollins makes music that grumbles with heart and sparks with emotional rawness.
The song is about vulnerability and desire, the lyrics create images of emotional experience, contrasting darkness and light.

Rollins's sound is a seductive mix of vulnerable finger-picking and soft coos, juxtaposed against growling electric chords and howling wails.

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Emma Louise - Boy (Outerwaves Remix)     Electronic, Chill 01/12/2012
Emma Louise has a voice so emotionally stirring it seems like the world stops for a moment, holds its breath and waits to hear the next phrase from her lips.
Feeding off the subtly complex arrangement of ‘Boy’, Outerwaves (aka Dom Stephens from Oh Ye Denver Birds) has crafted a fitting reinterpretation of the understated single – reworking the leading vocals on top of beat-influenced synth and percussion sounds.

Gung Ho - Strangers     Rock, Pop 01/12/2012
Gung Ho have experienced a swift thrust into the spotlight based around a couple of killer radio tunes, an irresistible psyche surf-pop delivery and a live blistering live show.
‘Strangers’ is yet another undeniable surf-rock gem from Gung Ho, showcasing catchy-as-hell guitar work, an explosively tight rhythm section and the endearing washed-out vocals of co-frontman Mike McAlary. Working out of bedrooms, home-studios and storage facilities around the country, the band crafted ‘Strangers’, with a unique DIY-aesthetic at the forefront.

Emma Louise - Freedom     Pop, Folk 26/01/2013
Emma Louise has a voice so emotionally stirring it seems like the world stops for a moment, holds its breath and waits to hear the next phrase from her lips.
Combining the worlds of folk, pop and electronica, 'Freedom' provides yet another stunning example of what to expect from this young chanteuse's promising debut album.

The Delta Riggs - Rah Rah Radio     Rock, Pop 01/02/2013
Founded on the premise of giving music back to the masses, The Delta Riggs forge a sound driven by experimentation, frenetic energy and undeniable grooves.
Rah Rah Radio bursts out of your speakers like a jump 'n shout freight train, as front man Elliott Hammond summons dance-floor hysteria via shrieks of misguided wanderlust.

Nantes - Avid     Rock, Electronic 14/02/2013
Nantes is an alternative rock band based in Sydney, Australia. After a relentlessly busy 2012, the band are set to release their anticipated debut album 'Beingsbeing' on March 15, 2013.
'Avid' is the third single taken from Nantes' forthcoming debut record 'Beingsbeing'. Featuring hypnotic synths lines, a hard-hitting rhythm section and the captivating vocals of front-man Rogers, 'Avid' showcases Nantes' uniquely distinctive sound – a reference to the legacy of UK and US post-punk with an alternative edge.

Kathryn Rollins - Reckless     Folk, Pop 15/03/2013
Shrouded in many layers of creative cognition, Kathryn Rollins makes music that grumbles with heart and sparks with emotional rawness.
Taken from the EP of the same name, 'Reckless' is a seductive mix of vulnerable finger-picking and soft coos, juxtaposed against growling electric chords and howling wails.

Goldsmith - Backbone     Pop, Rock 06/04/2013
In just 12 short months, Newcastle’s Goldsmith has managed to construct a rather stellar reputation for themselves, one as skilled purveyors of vintage pop, both in studio and on stage.
Mixed by Brisbane producer Matt Redlich (Hungry Kids of Hungary, Emma Louise, The Trouble With Templeton), ‘Backbone’ is a smooth slice of classic pop, simply oozing with digestible hooks and slinky melodies, all delivered with a right smile on its face.


The Delta Riggs - Better     Rock, Pop 13/04/2013
Heralded as “Rock‘n’roll in its purest, most unadulterated form”, The Delta Riggs shine a light on why rock‘n’roll shall always be a thing of the people, for the people.
Known for their boisterous ways and explosive live sets with a no-holds-barred attitude, ‘Better’ portrays a different side to the band – soulful and heartfelt, it’s a therapeutic tale of the road to recovery following a series of life mishaps.