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WAAX - Same Same     Metal/Punk 03/11/2016
A live band to be reckoned with, Brisbane five-piece WAAX one again prepare to bring their own brand of furious vibe-punk to the people.
Same Same is the follow up to WAAX's This Everything both musically and mentally. Insanity is usually looked at as repeating the same thing again and again. 'I pace, I backtrack, until I walk the Same path', plays on the notions of recognising the same behaviour, mistakes and thought patterns.


MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Stephen Goodhew, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)

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Hollow Coves - Coastline     Folk, Acoustic, Chill 16/11/2016
Hollow Coves is the dynamic, indie folk project of passionate travelers and acoustic musicians, Ryan Henderson and Matt Carins. The duos experiences have led to music influenced by their travels.
'Coastline' offers soothing lyrical harmonies accompanied by acoustic, indie folk melodies. Inviting listeners to escape, and live vicariously through the duos adventures.

Iluka - Blue Jean Baby     Pop, Retro, Soul 16/11/2016
Inspired by her freewheeling travels, the music that Iluka pours herself into creating is not just music for the sake of music. It is art for the soul's purpose.
'Blue Jean Baby' captures the essence of summer - carefree and upbeat, but filled with longing nostalgia.

Asta - Shine     Pop 19/11/2016
Asta returns with new single “Shine”, courtesy of a new writing and production collaboration with wunderkid Yeo. Plus news that a full EP and national tour are slated for 2017.
“For me 'Shine' is just about growing up! Awkwardly learning to trust my gut, savour the good, bouncing back from crap and ultimately just going my own way. So with 'Shine' I brought the soul and then Yeo turned up the funk!!" - Asta

Vincent Sole - The Game     Electronic, RnB 19/01/2017
19-year-old Melbournian, Vincent Sole emerged from triple j’s Unearthed High talent pool two years ago, since then he's honed his song craft, blending dancefloor-ready pop music with lush, percussive soundscapes.
‘The Game’ is a slow burner, unfolding over several minutes of synths that smoulder and soar in equal measure. This is not a song about the beats, but the spaces in between.

Iluka - Blue My Soul     Funk/Soul, Chill, Atmospheric 17/02/2017
Inspired by her freewheeling travels, the music that Iluka pours herself into creating is not just music for the sake of music. It is art for the soul's purpose.
ILUKA has looked to distant lands to capture the essence of movement, light and youthful yearning. As the words fall from her howling tongue they paint a time, a place and a landscape so wildly vivid her journey becomes just as much yours as it is experientially her own.

Palais - Instant Crush Feat. Your Girl Pho     Electronic, Pop 17/02/2017
If you aren't already familiar with the name Palais, you can bet your favourite producers are. This genre-defying artist is a firm favourite of those in the know.
'Instant Crush' features Perth's Your Girl Pho, whotransports the listener into a realm of nostalgic euphoria with her animated vocals; capturing the youthful innocence felt when falling in love for the very first time. Palais' production perfectly blends with the vivacious vocals, pop-centric synths richocheting around them in a gleeful stupor.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Zara Kravchenko , SYN, Melbourne (VIC)

Belle Noble - Instinct     Pop, RnB 23/02/2017
‘Instinct’ is emerging artist Belle Noble’s spellbinding debut single recorded with Jack Prest (Flume, Skrillex, Action Bronson) at the renowned Studios 301 in Sydney
For Belle, watching countless friends sacrifice their integrity and happiness for the ill-advised pursuit of success, writing an anthem encouraging others to obey their 'Instinct' came naturally. Alongside Studios 301's Jack Prest (Flume, Sampa The Great, The Preatures), Noble wove her convictions deftly into her debut single.

Vincent Sole - Deep End     Pop, Electronic 23/02/2017
Vincent Sole’s story has been one of baby steps. Emerging through triple j’s Unearthed High talent pool two years ago, Vincent took a calculated approach to 2016.
Vincent Sole: "I wrote ‘Deep End’ to snapshot a time in my life where childish spontaneity clashed with the responsibility of adulthood. The lyrics tell a story about freestyling the rest of my teen years and taking a leap of faith, to lead my life into something much bigger."

WAAX - Nothing Is Always     Rock, Grunge 10/03/2017
Gaining an early reputation as ‘a live band to be reckoned with’ WAAX dictated their path as a punk-infused rock band with the “utterly terrifying” Marie DeVita fronting.
New music from almighty Brisbane force of nature WAAX, 'Nothing Is Always', is another furious rocker to add to the WAAX cannon with spit-fire shouts of "damage" and "panic" laced around suggestions of compromise and insecurity.

Palais - Chimera     Electronic 13/03/2017
Genre-defying artist is a firm-favourite of those in the know, and his impeccable production style, and obvious wide range of influences make Palais' sound easily recognisable but difficult to define.
‘Chimera’ explores the nuances of his unique sonic universe where upbeat pop, house, hip-hop and electronica meet in perfect harmony.

Apolis leading track, ‘Chimera’, harks back to his Perth roots, the track demonstates his 'floor-filling' abilties, reminding listeners “where (he's) coming from – Perth, the bass capital”.

Lupa J - Put Me Back Together     Electronic 14/03/2017
18 year old classically trained violinist turned indie electronic song maker.
Driven by bold, electronically inspired beats with Lupa-J’s angelic vocals ‘Put Me Back Together’ invites the listener into an emancipating groove. Exploring relationship dynamics, and emotional expression, the track fights the idea that girls should live up to the ideal that a women should be soft, pretty and easily digestible.

Tina Says - Sweat     Electronic, House, Dance 10/04/2017
Tina Says is one of Perth’s most in-demand DJs, and one of the scene's most exciting emerging producers.
‘Sweat’ is a peppery late night banger that brings images to mind of dusty market bazaars and the smell of burning incense, combined with a driving beat that never gives you a chance to catch your breath.

San Mei - Until You Feel Good     Pop 12/04/2017
San Mei is the moniker of Gold Coast-based, indie-pop artist Emily Hamilton, whose solo project began in 2013 as a self-produced bedroom pop project.
Until You Feel Good speaks about loss and pain, how everyone deals with it differently. It’s saying that whatever you need to do to feel good again, and however much time you need to take, then that’s what you should do.

Andy Ward - Let Me Down     Electronic, Pop 26/04/2017
Andy Ward is a Brisbane based singer, writer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and visual artist devoted to creating innovate art-embracing collaborations that achieve a unique flavor.
‘Let Me Down’ rolls through a lush, haunting electronic soundscape with deep, hollow beats and bass riffs and gently building synths that meld seamlessly with Ward’s textured harmonies. Andy Ward continues to set himself further apart from conventional electronica with each release.

Old Sault - Sleeping With Danger     Folk 26/04/2017
Old Sault, the moniker for Gold Coaster Angie Farr, combines soft, understated vocals, mature songwriting, and heavy drum work to create an individual indie folk sound.
Sleeping With Danger combines soft, understated vocals and heavy drum lines to deliver an indie-folk track that has a bite. Clever songwriting and mature lyrics are driving home by the climatic ending, proving that even folk music can have substance and power.

Luke Fox - Fly in the Champagne     Blues/Roots, Acoustic 01/05/2017
A professional firefighter with a creative and intrepid spirit from small town South West Aus. Mellow vocals, sentimental and relatable songwriting.
Fly in the Champagne is a reflection on the moments that make a friendship eternal. When your mate is having a difficult time and is open and vulnerable you need to connect with it all to help remove the burden off his shoulders and let the troubles drift away.

WAAX - Wild & Weak     Rock, Punk 04/05/2017
WAAX has developed a reputation as “a live band to be reckoned with.” A punk-infused rock band with the “utterly terrifying” DeVita fronting.
'Wild & Weak' explores the inner workings of an individual and the effect of a post-traumatic deep-hole beginning to form. The song is a step by step documentation of what it feels like to go through this process.


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

Elba Lane - Arctic     Rock, Blues 09/05/2017
Brisbane three-piece Elba Lane deliver a melodic blend of blues and rock belatedly emerging from a 90s alternative music soup flavoured by the likes of Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, QOTSA, Placebo.
"With lyrics like:‘Can you believe the shit you hear, the words that seep from every screen now’ the song Arcitc speaks of growing frustration at the bullshit on the news, Facebook and everywhere else it seems to come from in our current digital word. Where is the truth?"

Timi Temple - Sorry Isn't Magic     Rock, Funk 27/05/2017
Timi Temple is an exhilarating, psychedelic groover. By becoming the ultimate 'one-man band', Temple has mastered the ideas in his head and manipulated them into music.
Influenced from the likes of Tame Impala and Methyl Ethel, his latest track 'Sorry's Not Magic', is an exhilarating, psychedelic groove, with all aspects of the track recorded and performed by Temple himself.