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Jess Tyler - Precious Daddy Issues     Pop, Jazz, Live Performance 05/08/2019
Jess Tyler is an emerging singer-songwriter from Melbourne’s South-Eastern suburbs. Jess uses irresistible melodies and sound to evoke a vulnerability that is both familiar and fresh.
Delving into the complex matters of daddy issues and finding strength within the conflict.

Other tracks by Jess Tyler:  My Own Way  -  Utopia (No Such Thing)
Lorenzo Iannotti - If Love Comes To Call     Pop, Easy Listening, Chill 05/08/2019
As a classically trained tenor, combined with his love for contemporary music, LORENZO’s songs are a powerful mix of strong vocals, creative melodies and powerful lyrics.
Australian music artist Lorenzo Iannotti has just dropped his latest single If Love Comes to Call. Following on from Now and Forever, his breakthrough hit early in 2019 which saw Lorenzo enjoy global attention and massive support at US radio, he’s back with a new heart-stirring mainstream pop ballad.

Dande and The Lion - Twilight Highway     Pop 02/08/2019
“Twilight Highway” is the follow up to their single “Stardust”, accompanied by an innovative animated music video. These tracks precede their EP, recorded and produced by Lachlan Mitchell (The Jezabels).
We wrote Twilight Highway with the intention of creating something lively and basically just wanting to dance! Nick wrote it with Thelma and Louise in mind, two girls having fun, flirting, driving with no real destination. The video has a 90s vibe to it with a computer game feel, leaving the viewer to question the reality of the story.

Doolie - Attention feat. China Roses     Pop, Electronic, RnB 02/08/2019
Blending pop, R&B and electronica, 21-year-old Queensland singer-songwriter Doolie (Doolie Shadforth) delivers ‘Attention’ featuring South Australian electronic pop-rap singer/songwriter China Roses and production by Gold Coast rapper/producer GXNXVS.
As playful as this song is, it’s so true. Doolie wanted every line in this song to be relatable; it’s all about that person you're trying to reach and just can’t quite catch.

Doolie says, "having China Roses feature feels like that obsessive back & forth my girlfriends and I would have about someone we liked."

Dress Code - Youth Culture     Pop 02/08/2019
Emerging indie-pop quartet from Adelaide.
'Youth Culture’ combines the band’s honest and mature songwriting with a youthful charm, reflecting on the ways that young people romanticize everyday moments to imitate fabricated Hollywood-esque glamour.

“We’re a generation that's been raised by movies and TV shows and grandiose moments,” says the band. "...we expect extraordinary things to happen, and when they don’t we fabricate them in hindsight.”

Eleanor Jacks - Blue     Pop, Downbeat, Electronic, Folk 02/08/2019
21yo singer-songwriter Eleanor Jacks wears her heart on her sleeve. Her song-writing and performances have become an essential emotional outlet for a young girl who thinks about things a lot.
Her latest single “Blue” sums up a relationship on a knife edge – a relationship where boundaries are blurred and feelings swing between incredibly good and (self) destructively bad.

The song is Eleanor’s only outlet of expressing “the feelings you have when you know a relationship isn’t good for you but the alternative isn’t what you want either.”

Harrison Storm - Falling Down     Pop 02/08/2019
Harrison Storm catalogs life in similar fashion. His music signifies a turning point as change, growth, and evolution follow on the other side of the song
“These songs are the most relevant to where I am right now,” he explains. “It’s a really interesting time, so the songs are personal and I’m sharing what’s going on with everyone else. It all started in the aftermath of a breakup."

Other tracks by Harrison Storm:  How To Help
Isaac Lilsht Najar - Secret Admirer     Pop, RnB 02/08/2019
My name is Isaac, I'm 18 year old from Melbourne, Australia. Who has a passion for music. I want to share my creativity to the world.
Using a real experience as inspiration for this song.

Jarrod Jeremiah - Moments Time     Pop, Electronic 02/08/2019
Sixteen year old Australian Singer, songwriter and producer began music from a young age. At the age of 15 age he began producing, singing and mixing his tracks independently.
a groovy, unique and one in kind song, as it is set in a 7 4 time signature, which is never seen in Pop music (usually 4 4 or 6 8). The unique time signature gives the song a creative and catchy groove which even to someone who knows nothing of the complexity behind the piece can still groove along.

Jermango Dreaming - La-Dee-Da     Pop 02/08/2019
Jermango Dreaming is the solo project of Sydney party planner Jermaine Sakr who looks to share his introspection through smooth synths and laid back psychedelic vocal styling.
This song is pretty self explanatory. A classic F you, “I don’t need no one” break up song. It’s a follow up of the independence found in breeze, with a bitter sweet twist.

Lola Scott - Heaven Knows     Pop, Electronic 02/08/2019
“Synth-heavy indie pop floating in melancholic drama" - it’s a perfect description from Lola Scott herself of her multi-faceted musical stylings.
It’s about how when you feel yourself falling out of love you start to imagine what it could be like being with someone else. Living in that lie until you feel like it’s too late to say how you really feel, not to say it was all a lie; it just grew into a different type of love.

NADA KATANA - Feel     Pop, Chill, Electronic 02/08/2019
Nada Katana, conceived in the cold depths of southern Tasmania, is a band of brothers coming together to perform new music crafted by songwriter/producer Dali Srhoj.
EGM Records competition winner from 2018 - NADA KATANA's second single 'Feel' will be released on the 2nd of August.

Speaking about the inspiration for Feel, NADA KATANA frontman Dali Srhoj says,

"The inspiration for this track came from when I first started discovering and delving into electronic synths, drum machines etc, and realising I could produce/record my own music."

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Sammm. - Break Me In     Pop, Rock 02/08/2019
Navigating heartbreak and addiction, music gave Sam both an outlet and an escape. Leave your baggage at the door, so Sammm. can dump all of his on you.
Following debut release ‘Mandarin Season’, Sammm. repurposes past anguish into a matured, guitar-pop sound.

Beneath the lulling vibes Sammm. stays true to his angsty roots through a tale of battling substance dependency within strained relationships.

“Break Me In” is the precursor of more groove and artist introspection to come.

Stevie Bankster - Gossip People     Pop, RnB, Hip Hop 02/08/2019
A voice so smooth and a soul you can connect with- with every word Stevie will make you feel. A blend of hiphop, rnb and pop...a sound matched by none.
An ode to being tired of the mundane life cycle of gossip and judgement experienced every day.

Other tracks by Stevie Bankster:  Insecurity  -  Just Chillin
The Flowers - Origami     Pop 02/08/2019
The indie-pop trio with ethereal vocals, catchy hooks and lush guitars are an up-and-coming group out of Sydney.
The foundations of ‘Origami’ were first laid in vocalist Agnes O’Dwyer’s solo days. Until the band’s formation, the track remained on the shelf. On one fine jam day, Dylan added his lush guitar line and Leighton his driving beat, and ‘Origami’ blossomed.

The Money War - We're Alright     Pop, Folk 02/08/2019
Dylan Ollivierre and Carmen Pepper are The Money War, one of Perth's most brightest and seductive indie-pop bands.
"We're Alright is a reassuring song about sticking together through the hard times and troubling confusion. I think a lot of people, myself included, are struggling to figure out where they fit in the world. It really feels like it’s a strange time to be alive." Dylan Ollivierre

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Wolfjay - Together     Pop, Rock 02/08/2019
Melbourne-based artist Wolfjay has just revealed their stunning new single ‘Together’ – produced by Wolfjay themselves and Hayden Jeffery
‘Together’ opens with atmospheric beats and synths, before dropping down into its melancholic verses; flickering with splashes of pizzicato violin, subtle guitar and percussion. Endearing melodies float fluently above, building gently into its soaring and infectious chorus, as Wolfjay shines a light on their journey with gender identity.

BeWildered - On and Off     Pop, Acoustic, Folk, Chill 01/08/2019
We are a 2 piece indie act creating acoustic guitar-centric melodies.
This track was written in Budapest, Hungary.

THIA. - Holding Your Hand     Pop, Electronic 01/08/2019
THIA. is a Melbourne-born and bred singer/songwriter who has been infatuated with music and performing since she can remember, now creating a concise fusion of pop, R&B and soul.
Holding Your Hand is a pretty personal song, written when a loved one was really struggling, and I felt like I had run out of options trying to help them. The song came out of feeling incredibly frustrated and angry with them for ‘not letting’ things improve, and feeling so trapped.

WOODES - How Long I'd Wait     Pop, Electronic, Atmospheric, Soundscapes 01/08/2019
Woodes is the moniker for Melbourne based singer, producer + songwriter, Elle Graham.
The enigmatic Melbourne artist Woodes is one of the most exciting names in Australian indie music for a reason, today returning to share her new single 'How Long I'd Wait'. The new single complete with a live string quartet, soaring electric guitars and the recognisable anthemic vocals of Woodes, captures you on the first listen.

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