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The Avenue - suburbs.cities.towns     Pop, Rock 05/02/2019
Melbourne rockers The Avenue create a sonic palette that is lush and powerful. Reminiscent of The 1975 and The Cure, their music is punchy, evocative and addictive.
New single ‘suburbs.cities.towns’ is delivered with slick melodies reminiscent of The 1975 and Catfish and The Bottlemen; vocalist Sam Thomas carries the lofty arrangements with ease and emotion. The combination of guitar, percussion and electronic elements is a seamless one on this track, one The Avenue delves further into throughout the BODIES EP.

KESMAR - Up To You     Pop, Dance, Funk 04/02/2019
KESMAR is the new chapter for singer-songwriter Nathan Hawes. Swapping the acoustic-guitar for synthesisers and a fusion of funk, nu-disco and indie-pop!
Recorded in Melbourne and co-written with Tim Ayre and TIJ, ‘Up To You’ plays between down-tempo verses and irresistible sing-a-long refrains, with touches of cow bell littered throughout.

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Action Slacks - Wasted Youth     Pop 01/02/2019
Action Slacks: modern indie pop, 80s vibes
The track is the second single to come from the bands mid-2018 recording sessions at Airlock Studios, following on from debut 'A Thousand Flamingos'. The release sees the group showcasing more electronic elements, drawing from influences such as Washed Out, Chromatics and Bernache.

Asha Jefferies - If You Were My Hero     Pop, Rock 01/02/2019
Brisbane emergent Asha Jefferies is thrilled to share new single 'If You Were My Hero'. The track follows successful previous single 'Everybody Talks' and coincides with her debut 'Hold Yourself Together' EP and tour.
Produced with Miro Mackie (St. Vincent, Dirty Projectors, Bishop Briggs), Asha says of the track: "'If You Were My Hero' is the happiest song I've ever written. I wrote it about dating someone because a psychic told me i should. After a short lived love affair and an inevitable break up, I realised I'd never been happier to be happy on my own."

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Other tracks by Asha Jefferies:  Absence & Copyright  -  How Do You Build An Ocean
Clayton Francis - You're the One (That Got Away)     Pop, Chill, Electronic, Rock 01/02/2019
After writing music for other artists, Clayton Francis decided to step out as a solo artist and release music that reflected his sound and journey as an artist right now.
You're the One (that Got Away) was written after a difficult season in Clayton Francis' life after the death of his sister and the breakup of his band. The song is written from the point of view as if he had lost the love of his life (his wife) and how he would feel. The track is self-written and produced.

Madeleine Gray - Home to You     Pop, Folk 01/02/2019
Songs of love, death, sex and depression fueled by a passion for words and sound.
Home To You is simply a song dedicated to the feeling of joy and shelter that a love one can provide when the outside world is buffering against you.

Mallrat - Nobody's Home     Pop, Electronic 01/02/2019
Fresh from her hit single ‘Groceries’ coming in at #7 on the triple j Hottest 100 and being certified Gold by ARIA, Mallrat today releases, ‘Nobody’s Home’ featuring Basenji.
‘Nobody’s Home’ is everything you love and would hope for from a Mallrat song – brilliant dissections of life conveyed in simple lyrics, impossibly addictive melodies, and her signature, laconic delivery that somehow sounds like a lullaby and yet you know slaps in a stadium

Robbie Maroon - Stepping Stone     Pop, Funk, Soul 01/02/2019
Sydney Artist with a unique blend of catchy pop/funk/rock songs and emotion filled ballads influenced by Prince among others
A funky pop ballad exploring the emotion one has when you realise a relationship may not be as it first seems, the journey of discovering you're more of a vessel for someone’s transition rather than the being the one.

The haunting groove pulls you in while the vocals soulfully rejoice the journey from realisation to acceptance and ultimately moving on.

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Other tracks by Robbie Maroon:  My Angel  -  Possessed
Sunset City - Forget It All feat. Samantha Jade     Pop, Electronic 01/02/2019
Sunset City are keeping it classy with their unique blend of pop, funk and electronic, the trio are quickly becoming known for their infectious energy!
Teaming up with the stunning Samantha Jade, break-out Gold Coast trio Sunset City are set to release their feel good summer single ‘Forget It All’. The trio know how to keep it classy, with their unique blend of pop, funk and electronic, Sunset City are quickly becoming known for their talent for delivering charismatic records time and time again.

Alisha Todd - Icelandia     Pop, Acoustic, Electronic, Ambience 31/01/2019
Her affection for fusing jazz and pop with an earthy roots flavour creates a brew that warms you from the inside and embraces your physical being in a musical squeeze.
Icelandia is a dreamy, guitar laden love song, swimming in soaring vocal harmonies that transport the listener straight to the source of inspiration: the unforgettable peacefulness of Iceland. It is a representation of Alisha's 6 week long, solo exploration of the faraway, icy island.

Emily Coulston - Follow You     Pop, Chill, Soul 31/01/2019
Emily Coulston is a young singer-songwriter-producer from Edmonton, Canada, now based in Australia.
This song is about surrender. It’s about free-falling into the unknown. It reflects the intensity and struggle for her as an artist beginning this journey. The intimidatingly high hurdles of self-doubt and fear inevitably show up and makes you question how much you’re willing to trust in yourself and the journey. This song is saying, “okay, I’m all in.”

Lola Scott - Warzone Of The Suburbs     Pop, Folk, Rock 31/01/2019
Emerging from the southern highlands of NSW, Lola Scott serves up a unique brand of dogmatic dark-indie pop.
Recorded and produced by Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe, Meg Mac) with all instruments bar drums played by Lola Scott herself, ‘Warzone of the Suburbs’ cultivates Scott's early influences of The Cranberries, Björk & The Cure, with modern references Maggie Rogers, Broods and Wolf Alice, into a truly unique blend that cements Scott’s original sound.

Saint-Léon - Rumours from the Floor     Pop, Atmospheric, Electronic, Chill 31/01/2019
“It’s hard to imagine two people living on opposite sides of the world possessing as much synergy as synth-pop duo Saint-Léon” - Happy Mag
Following a prolific 2018 that saw the release of three singles, transcontinental pop outsiders Saint-Léon unveil their heartbreaking new single ‘Rumours from the Floor’.

Harnessing a searching euphoria between Cocteau Twins’ dreamology and Sia’s ‘Chandelier’, ‘Rumours’ is a study in the sound of talking to yourself, life closing in, and knowing that despite an irrevocable change, we must carry on.

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Abbey Rose - He     Pop, RnB, Soul, Acoustic 30/01/2019
Abbey Rose is a Canadian born, Darwin-raised songwriter and performer, making music in Melbourne.
A deeply personal snapshot of long-distance love, tenderly walking the line between hope and lament. ‘He’ captures a state of heavy-hearted longing, peppered with bursts of determined optimism; something that many long-distance lovers know all too well.

Absinth3 - Suburbs (feat. Nick Leech)     Pop, RnB, Atmospheric, Electronic 30/01/2019
19 year old producer from Scotland.
Suburbs is a song about her, about the good times driving around and remembering the days when we were young.

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Huntly - Low Grade Buzz     Pop, Electronic, Dance 30/01/2019
Huntly release new single ‘Low Grade Buzz’ from upcoming debut album of the same name, released 15 March via Barely Dressed Records/Remote Control.
‘Low Grade Buzz’ is an ethereal ballad that communicates life’s bittersweet ache, a blissful comedown after a euphoric night. Written in Tempelhof airfield in Berlin after a night out, accompanied by a dinky Yamaha keyboard, bought from an op shop and carried around Europe. It’s about fullness and emptiness and being a bit strung out after staying up all night.

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j4thek - Time & Time Again     Pop, Rock, Easy Listening 30/01/2019
catchy fresh artist, original songs to capture both the heart & mind
A Ballad

Julia Jacklin - Pressure To Party     Pop 30/01/2019
Following the critically acclaimed cuts ‘Body’ and ‘Head Alone’, Julia Jacklin now shares ‘Pressure To Party’ - the new single from her forthcoming album Crushing.
Produced by Burke Reid (Courtney Barnett, Liam Finn) and recorded at The Grove Studios in NSW, Julia’s second full-length Crushing embodies every possible meaning of its title. It’s an album formed from sheer intensity of feeling, and an in-the-moment narrative of heartbreak and infatuation.

Kim O'Leary - Free     Pop, Folk 30/01/2019
Kim O'Leary is a prolific and eclectic Australian singer, songwriter and producer with a Global following. With haunting vocals and poetic lyrics from folk to electronica her music cuts through.
A folky, poignant ballad describing a woman who becomes free from cultural and domestic suppression. This features the guitar playing of Australian legend Brett Garsed (John Farnham band).

Other tracks by Kim O'Leary:  Turn The Light On  -  Closer
Mechanical Pterodactyl - Strike Up A Match     Pop, Atmospheric 30/01/2019
Mechanical Pterodactyl is the creation of multi-instrumentalist/producer Yen Nguyen
Strike Up a Match features long time collaborator Jenny Lee's Elegant alto weaving rich harmonies in a stark duet to Nguyen’s baritone.