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Poison City Records

Poison City is an independent record label and retail store based in Fitzroy (Melbourne).
Starting life in 2003 the prolific label is currently home to a diverse range of groups such as Camp Cope, HEXDEBT, Moody Beaches, MOD CON, Mere Women, Batpiss and Cable Ties.

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Poison City Records

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Kelso - It's Okay, Life Goes On, I Don't Mind     Alternative 12/09/2019
Kelso is a new project by Camp Cope bassist Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich and friends. Dreamy, introspective indie-pop - self described as 'cute weird songs for cute weird people'.
The new single from Kelso - a side project by Camp Cope bassist Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich and friends. Perfect hazy, indie-pop for long drives and rainy days.

Michael Beach - Curtain Of Night     Alternative, Garage, Rock, Punk 12/09/2019
Michael Beach is a Melbourne-based song writer. His latest single is being released in line with an upcoming US tour and appearance at Gonerfest 2019 in Memphis.
New single from Melbourne via Oakland musician Michael Beach. On 'Curtain Of Night', recorded with his new band The Artists (members of Thigh Master, Shovels), Beach tips his hat in the direction of seminal Memphis songwriter Alex Chilton amongst others.

Mere Women - Spell     Rock, Experimental, Punk, Pop 15/05/2019
Hypnotic, unsettling, angular and dark. Mere Women’s brand of unique post punk makes them one of the most engaging acts to emerge from the Australian underground in recent years.
“Spell” explores themes around coercion, control and breaking free. It is a powerful declaration of sovereignty over one’s own body and mind. Sticking with the same team that recorded and mastered their critically acclaimed album “Big Skies” (2017), the song was recorded by Tim G Carr and mastered by Mell Dettmer.

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