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Benn Allsop - Here To Tell You     Pop 09/10/2018
Benn Allsop is earning his reputation for creating his emotionally driven ‘positive pop vibes’ and making his mark in the industry.
As a kid, I could never imagine finding that true love that you see in the movies or read about in books. 'Here to Tell You' is written about that moment when that 'real love' hits you right in the chest, and takes over your soul.

Cub Sport - Sometimes     Pop 09/10/2018
4 piece indie pop band from Brisbane
Written in the midst of the BATS album campaign, “Sometimes” was inspired by a culmination of the highs of having their music connect with people whilst Tim adjusted to making himself so open about his identity.

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James Crooks - Move On feat. Coast & Ocean     Pop, Electronic 09/10/2018
While ‘Move On’ represents a fresh start for James Crooks – the artist is no newcomer to the scene.
Liberation Records are pleased to reveal ‘Move On’, the brand new single from Melbourne-come-Newcastle producer and multi-instrumentalist James Crooks. ‘Move On’ is moody and emotive with an infectious beat and inviting melody. To complete the arrangement, James Crooks has enlisted a heart wrenching vocal from local artist Coast & Ocean (aka Alex Johnson).

Julia Jacklin - Body     Pop 09/10/2018
Today, much-adored local singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin shares ‘Body’, her first release since 2017’s double A-side Eastwick/Cold Caller.
A stunning melding of delicate guitar and gentle vocals, ‘Body’ sees Jacklin taking stock and exploring some hard-hitting realities.

Leticia Maher - Take Me There     Pop, Alternative Country, Folk, Soundscapes 09/10/2018
With her feet in folk, blues and alt-country, Leticia Maher’s head is in the dream pop clouds.
Take Me There is about the longing escaping to another place in her mind

Other tracks by Leticia Maher:  Ain't Never  -  Sailing Again
Segue - Blood Reflections     Pop, Psychedelic, Rock, Electronic 09/10/2018
Segue is an alternative pop project from Perth, WA.
Blood Reflections is the 3rd and final single from Segue's upcoming debut album, Primary Ties.

SKŸE - Better     Pop, Folk, Chill, Soul 09/10/2018
SKŸE, young Melbourne singer/songwriter who captivates with his androgynous vocals and ability to intertwine various styles and influences within his work.
Better is a song that explores hindsight. A beautifully blunt truth. Although there was a vague feeling during the toxicity, still it was avoided because the love was too blinding, the love got in the way of logic and reason. A slow heartbreaking ballad that explores the sombre reality of regret. Looking back 'I thought I knew better...'

Tram Cops - this is it     Pop, Folk, Jazz, Electronic 09/10/2018
Tram cops is a genre bending bedroom pop band from melbourne
‘this is it’ provides an excellent jumping off point into the world of Tram Cops, and is the embodiment of an album that combines bedroom pop, jazz, folk and psychedelic.

Other tracks by Tram Cops:  LA  -  bb jesus
Cool Sounds - Cassandra     Pop, Alternative Country, Rock 08/10/2018
Playful, earnest guitar music for long haul drives, sunsets, gardening and contemplative walks.
"Cassandra" is the second single from an upcoming LP, out 26/10/18. A rollicking, riff driven track with a distinctly live feel, the uncomplicated structure & swing time bliss bring that alt-country vibe the band do so well! Deeply steeped in nostalgia, it's about a relationship with an older person. It's sad, but has that warm feeling of looking back.

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Desert Moons - Come Over     Pop, Psychedelic, Experimental, Electronic 08/10/2018
NSW Central Coast-based experimental-electronic pop duo Desert Moons have just revealed their stellar new cut ‘Come Over’ – produced and recorded by the group themselves at their home studio.
Taking cues from the likes of Tame Impala, Talking Heads and Winston Surfshirt, ‘Come Over’ is a melting pot of psych-rock, indie-rock and synth-pop. Driven by its steady rhythmic section and glimmering with fuzz-out synthesisers, the track is capped off by enigmatic front man Jake Dobson’s infectious melodies floating elegantly and effortlessly above.

Tamma - Beat You Down     Pop 08/10/2018
After a rough few years of loss and devastation, TAMMA uses her music to heal and therefore creates savvy, uplifting pop, that's as vulnerable as it is energetic.
Sparkling guitars, hard-hitting pop percussion and a killer vocal hook from TAMMA lead the way - but the reason Beat You Down hits so hard is its deep roots in vulnerability.

Cameron Murray - Woman in Time     Pop, Folk 06/10/2018
Cameron's clear soulful messages guide you to be present and open in life's journey. Bright melodies and intentional lyrics incite opportunity for personal evolution and discovery of a ‘bigger picture’.
She might take you back, or you'll just find a better match... either way, you'll have your woman... in time :)

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Other tracks by Cameron Murray:  Neverending Summer  -  In the Zone
Carla Kleverlaan - Eurydice     Pop 06/10/2018
Carla Kleverlaan is a singer/songwriter and new to the music industry. As a past athlete and therapist she likes to makes songs that are about positive change in the world.
This track was inspired by Eurydice Dixon, a talented aspiring Melbourne comedian who was sadly lost too soon, walking home from a gig.

Her murder ignited fierce debate about women's safety and some men's treatment of women.

This song is a tribute to Eurydice, and for all women both past and present, and the hope, for a better future. #EurydiceSong

Charly and the Pines - Avalon     Pop, Rock, Folk, World 06/10/2018
Charly and the Pines is an alt folk rock act created by Charly Bradshaw. The album 'Avalon', out soon features Arron Bool, Alan Kelly, Erin Sulman, Gary Ward and PRB.
Along the rugged cliffs and the wild seas, Avalon is an ancient tale of love with atmospheric soundscape vibes.

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Demi Mitchell - Dancing In The Sand     Pop, Folk, Alternative Country, Roots 06/10/2018
Demi Mitchell's new record ‘The Overflow’ is a culmination of dark and dreamy melodies, psychedelic-folk and introspective lyricism best drunk in as a passenger on your next highway drive.
Dancing In The Sand is the respite from some of the darker moments on the record. It’s more of a light-hearted number with a cruisy groove and uplifting strings. It reminds me of Summer nights in Newcastle, swimming after dark and getting up to no good. It’s about remembering to not take everything too seriously and to savour pleasurable moments.

Dream Sister - Wait     Pop, Atmospheric, Rock 06/10/2018
A 6-piece Pop/Alternative Rock group; their debut EP Miasma shows their influences from Prog Rock, to soft Acoustic, to funky pop rock.
A soft, atmospheric love song about two people who are unable to be together yet. A very strong sense of longing between the two vocal tracks increases the tension and love behind the word 'Just, just Wait'.

Other tracks by Dream Sister:  Not Enough  -  Plan
Kelli Brogan - The Woman I Was     Pop, Blues, Funk 06/10/2018
Kelli Brogan: A story-teller in song. The messages are emotive and compelling, able to connect with her audience. A talented singer with the ability to cover a range of genres.
A story of rebirth, throwing caution to the wind and reinventing yourself. Audiences will love this easy-listening tale of taking control with no regrets. The song smoulders with funky and bluesy overtones, and it offers forth an uplifting message of living on your own terms.

Key Out - Nameless town     Pop, Atmospheric, Rock 06/10/2018
Sydney alt-pop three-piece: Paddy Haid on guitar, Saskia Clapton on bass and Rohan Geddes on the drums have recorded their debut album What (Do) You See, produced by J Walker.
Key Out's unusual dynamics are illustrated in the first single off the What (Do) You See album, Nameless town. A locomotive beat and off kilter bassline set the scene. Layered melodies and counter-melodies hover long enough to catch the listener’s ear before retreating into silence or dissonance.

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Kingswood - Messed It Up     Pop, Rock 06/10/2018
Welcome to the world of Kingswood. Don’t be confused by the veneer. Like the iconic Aussie car of the same name, it's all about what's under the hood.
Messed It Up — all sinewy synth-soul compulsion with a restless rock undertow — presages another stunning act of evolution from a band who effectively weave thunderous serpentine space-rock and smouldering falsetto R'nB.

Maya Ixchell - Forever Ends Here     Pop 06/10/2018
Maya Ixchell is a young southwest student whose music conveys the emotions and stories that connect her with audiences wherever she goes.
A song of heartbreak and redemption...
Sadness and grief is turned into a declaration of hope, self awareness and strength.