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Sue Seymour - Brightest Things     Pop, Easy Listening 20/03/2019
Sue is an independent singer/songwriter who lives on the Mornington Peninsula. She writes about life experiences, sometimes even her own.
This is a song about how the brightest memories will stay constant through our lives.
It was recorded and arranged by Ben Bennett who sadly left us in Nov 2018.
It is not about Ben but the lyrics are appropriate.

SVENE KUPE - SOUL SEARCHER     Pop, Easy Listening, Soul, Folk 20/03/2019
Svene Kupe has sound that is so different to anything heard before with lyrics from the heart and soul.
This tracks lyrics speak for themselves with an eery sounding backing witch compliment each other.

the empty sleeps - Good place     Pop, Ambience, Atmospheric, Psychedelic 20/03/2019
dreamgaze shoepop
Churning fuzz guitars in a driving shoegaze nightmare

Other tracks by the empty sleeps:  raising avacados
The Midwayers - Soar     Pop, Rock 20/03/2019
Two Harmonious brothers, writing catchy melodies together in the studio, and grooving on stage.
‘Soar’ opens with the rustic scuffs of an acoustic guitar and some sandy vocals, before the track bursts open with an upbeat rhythm section and danceable groove. Filled out with a spacey guitar lead and some craftily layered vocals, it’s a sudden turn from the track’s folky opening and highlights the band’s genre-bending ways.

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Ryan Valentine - Under A Spell     Pop, Rock 18/03/2019
Australian based Ryan Valentine hails from Toronto, Canada. Here is a Singer/Songwriter that knows how to craft new popular melodies with credible rock and roll elements.
Under A Spell is about leaving your hometown behind for something more.

Slush - Keep Cup     Pop, Rock 18/03/2019
Slush is the trio of Acacia, Caitlyn and Scout. They return with "Keep Cup" an ode to menstrual cups.
Keep Cup is packed with punchy power chords, driving bass riffs and lightning quick drum fills. Plus plenty of bright, rousing ooh’s and aah’s, reminiscent of Cherry Glazerr’s candied garage pop or Girlpool’s layered vocals.

Keep Cup is the menstrual cup love song never knew you needed!

Texas Tea - A Hundred Million Years     Pop, Alternative Country, Country 18/03/2019
Indie country- originally from Queensland - since 2004.
"A Hundred Million Years" is the first single from the much anticipated fourth album from Texas Tea - Röda Tråden. Texas Tea venture from alt country to indie pop for this tune. Their record will be released officially on the 8th of April.

Kate Alexander + Hana Brenecki - I Was Trying Not to Think of You     Pop, Rock, Roots, Gay Alligned 15/03/2019
Kate and Hana weave together in harmony with their distinct voices soaring and traversing through pop hooks and distorted guitars to mournful country melodies and clunky church organ.
The song starts with an ethereal reverb drenched guitar and dual vocal harmony that intricately weaves together along the melody, before snapping straight into a pop hand-clap rock n roll dance around the lounge room beat, whilst still carrying that parallel harmony the whole way through.

Other tracks by Kate Alexander + Hana Brenecki:  Good To Me  -  Meet at the Bend
Taylor Sheridan - Nothing Wrong     Pop, Acoustic, Folk, Easy Listening 15/03/2019
Rural Victoria's Taylor Sheridan has toured with Australia's biggest names including Pete Murray and Daryl Braithwaite. With 2EPs and a string of singles there's NOTHING WRONG with his latest release.
Opening with lyrical honesty and building to a tribal heartbeat, there's NOTHING WRONG with this new direction for Taylor Sheridan.

Offering a hybrid of today's musical landscape NOTHING WRONG has moments of currency without straying too far from its storytelling vocal and acoustic blueprint.

NOTHING WRONG is about the bitter sweetness of goodbyes and not knowing when you'll meet again.

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Allipha - Freak Inside     Pop, Rock 14/03/2019
“Breathy and sweet, feels like you stepped onto the internet from another era.” - Triple J Unearthed, Tommy Faith
“Why does getting high, make us feel so low?” The central question permeating throughout ALLIPHA’s latest single, ‘FREAK INSIDE’ shows the songwriter delving into the highs and lows of a relationship and the thrills one can get from it - whether they be good or bad. A pop, rock record matched with Allipha's killer soul vocal.

Amy Shark - Mess Her Up     Pop 14/03/2019
AMY SHARK is a lesson in resilience. An overnight success years in the making, Shark now has the ear of the world.
‘Mess Her Up’ is the latest single to be taken from the ARIA Award winner’s #1 debut album, LOVE MONSTER, the highest selling Australian Artist album of 2018.‘ Mess Her Up’ has been given new life with a brand new arrangement and mixing by Serban Ghenea.

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Approachable Members Of Your Local Community - One I Need (feat Heaps Good Friends)     Pop, Electronic, Funk 14/03/2019
Approachable Members of Your Local Community make music that’s a gently heaving wave of team spirit and pop melodies; generously glazed in extra servings of groove and charisma.
“One I Need” features Heaps Good Friends, and is about the people you feel you want in your life, but maybe you don’t actually need them. Produced by Oscar Dawson (Holy Holy) and Gab Strum (Japanese Wallpaper), the track ponders the moment when you have to decide to take the leap into a relationship or give up on love.

Austen - Anthem     Pop 14/03/2019
After a whirlwind 2018, breakout songstress Austen today releases the powerful, hook-laden single ‘Anthem’, alongside a run of launch dates.
Flitting between dark, moody production and bright synth moments, ‘Anthem’ mirrors the turbulence of an on-again, off-again relationship. Driven by Austen’s effortlessly smooth, yet commanding vocals, it’s a chant for those stuck in a messed up relationship cycle.

Beckon Fire - Get Me Out Alive     Pop, Electronic, Rock 14/03/2019
Sunshine Coast based Electronic Pop band Beckon Fire draw from a broad variety of influences to create their infectious sound.
Get Me Out Alive is Electronic pop perfection! Laid back and free-flowing, the new single from Beckon Fire is the perfect song to listen to on a long and contemplative drive. For fans of The 1979, Bring Me The Horizon and The Chainsmokers.

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Blyolk - Dogspeed     Pop, Rock, Electronic 14/03/2019
blyolk (pronounced ‘bloke’) is the brainchild of 21 year old Melbourne producer/songwriter Sebastian Chesney whose music fuses psychedelia, gritty rhythms and a warped pop aesthetic.
Warped pop powerhouse Blyolk returns with dynamic new single 'Dogspeed'. Yet again delivering a boundary-pushing track that warps aspects of pop, psychedelic and electronic, 'Dogspeed' sees Melbourne-based producer and songwriter Blyolk (pronounced 'bloke') explore a darker angle compared to his usual artistic pop tone. Lo-fi and hi-fi textures are woven through interspersed samples and dusky synth-style guitar effects to convey the brooding energy. 

Brendan Maclean - Not Too Stoned     Pop, Rock, Funk 14/03/2019
Brendan Maclean is a queer, indpendent Australian songwriter from Sydney. The Guardian UK reviewed him as, "a king of pop" His debut album And The Boyfriends is out March 22
Chilled, mid tempo pop track from Brendan Maclean's debut album And The Boyfriends (March 22.) With a splashing of Tarantino-esque jangly guitars and a hefty baseline by the legend himself Donny Benét, it's a surprisingly laid back groove for the usually high octane Sydney frontman Maclean.

Other tracks by Brendan Maclean:  Hibernia  -  Goes Without Saying
Cali J - Let You Go     Pop, Hip Hop, RnB, Soul 14/03/2019
Cali J - Rnb/hip-hop Artist from the Gold Coast, a community focused artist writes to heal, bring hope to people who have struggled with Domestic violence and youth homelessness.
This a song I wrote when I was leaving a Domestic violence Relationship. I wanted to empower listeners with the energy they needed to feel brave and empowered to not have FEAR and take that step to leave and live their life.

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Other tracks by Cali J:  Life  -  Ride
Caoirne Ward - Trying     Pop, Acoustic, Folk 14/03/2019
Singer/Songwriter based in Sydney. Writes love songs fused with elements of hip-hop and pop.
A sad, love song that is written at the ending of a long term relationship, naming all the little things that happen when a couple breaks up.

Mid temp, minimal song, that is bound to make anyone who listens emotional.

Carla Kleverlaan - WHAT FIGHT     Pop, Dance, Electronic, Punk 14/03/2019
Carla is a singer/songwriter and past elite beach volleyballer. She's passionate about music and music production, health and positive vibes! Originally from rural Orbost she now calls St Kilda home.
What fight is a song about standing up for yourself. It's empowering and focusing on anti-bullying concepts and imparting love and kindness in your way you. It's about being true to ourselves and creating power through empowerment. It is upbeat and fun and makes you want to dance!

Denise le Menice - Stars     Pop, Rock, Retro 14/03/2019
Premiered on triple j's Home & Hosed, ’Stars’ is the scorching new single from Melbourne-via-Sydney-via-Perth based ratbag Denise Le Menice (AKA Ali Flintoff), out now via Barely Dressed Records/Remote Control.
The single stays true to Ali’s self-described pop/shoegaze style (Kylie meets Dandy Warhols) but takes flight thanks to her blistering lead guitar and the dreamiest and poppiest of all dream-pop melodies.

Ali describes ‘Stars’ as a song which encapsulates that feeling of finally feeling happy again – after having been in a period of total darkness.

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