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Alex Smith - Slow Train     Pop, Acoustic, Blues, RnB 11/04/2019
Best known as the voice of Moving Pictures', Alex Smith has recently released a solo album, The Thread. Alex's vocals, songwriting and guitar playing weave a storybook of his life.
Slow Train is the first single released from The Thread.

A slow and infectious groove not dissimilar to that of the rhythm of a train on the track. A slow train. Going nowhere.

Listen and get the groove on.

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Beachwood - Miracle     Pop, Dance, Electronic 11/04/2019
Freshly formed duo Beachwood reveal their cinematic debut release ‘Miracle'.   Colliding together the beats of Jarrad – better known as producer MSTR Rogers – and folk-heavy song-writing of Angeline.
Freshly formed nascent duo Beachwood today reveal their cinematic debut release ‘Miracle’ from their forthcoming EP.

Dramatic and brooding with heavy, pounding drums, the sparse verses of their debut ‘Miracle’ suddenly twist with sharp piano stabs and shades of drum and bass. The pulsating, layered tapestry and driving production then climax into the drop, closely mimicking the lyrical content.

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Clayton Francis - Caught In Your Orbit     Pop, Rock, Retro, Christian 11/04/2019
Singer-Songwriter and Producer Clayton Francis.
I was inspired to write a fun, reflective song about the mystery surrounding love, connection and the bond it creates between two people. Love can be a very powerful force and is the reason our lives seem to gravitate around the people we love. Fate always draws us back to the people we love.

Corduroy Spaceship - About Everything     Pop, Chill, Psychedelic, Folk 11/04/2019
Solo psych pop outfit from SA - self produced from start to finish!
The most summery song ever written xo

Droves - Bloodline     Pop, Electronic 11/04/2019
DROVES are a five-piece from Wollongong NSW. Their futuristic look at new wave punk has drawn comparisons to early New Order, The Eurythmics and The Cure.
‘Bloodline’ is embedded with a dark dissonance that melts into weighless, glittering synth-pop melodies – a testament to their musical skill when it comes to carrying darkness with light.

Eilish Gilligan - Keep Up     Pop, Electronic 11/04/2019
Melbourne producer, singer-songwriter Eilish Gilligan has made a big mark in recent years, releasing incredible stand-alone singles that showcase the vulnerability of an innate songwriter coupled with powerful pop production
Keep Up is a return to Eilish's trademark huge-chorus emo-pop electronica. Wickedly smart co-production by Eilish herself and Japanese Wallpaper, mixed by Kon Kersting (Mallrat, Jungle Giants, Tia Gostelow). Musically it sits on the spectrum between her 2018 singles (SMFY and Patterns) and her recent single ’The Pull’ (a gorgeous piano-led ballad).

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Eloisa Cullington - Be Free     Pop, Reggae, Drum 'n' Bass / Jungle, Electronic 11/04/2019
"Invoking nostalgia through her sound, Cullington‘s combining of jazz, pop and more comes as something that feels totally unchartered in popular music being made right now." - Purple Sneakers
Eloisa Cullington’s Be Free, released on Spotify on Friday 5th April 2019, brings in feels from dub-reggae, pop and electronic music, with pulsating synths, live instruments and a notably charismatic trumpet, played by Dane Laboyrie, thrown into the mix. Be Free invokes a nostalgic vibe and an appreciation for the last days of summer.

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Famous Will - Phillies     Pop, Folk, Rock 11/04/2019
Melbourne based Folk/Pop outfit Famous Will create a soulful and catchy brand of alternative music.
Phillies opens with cheerful Rock guitars and an upbeat rhythm section that will have your toes tapping immediately! Extremely catchy, fun-loving and soulful. Press play and get ready to dance!

Kids At Midnight - Open Sky     Pop, Electronic 11/04/2019
Kids At Midnight is Australian singer songwriter/producer Jane Elizabeth Hanley (that's me) I make all my 80s tinged romantic synth pop in my bedroom. :)
‘Open Sky’ is a bit a skin shedding diary entry in the form of melody driven indie synth pop. Sonically its a fresh and joyful electronibop, lyrically its about the strangle hold of f**king depression and trying to kick its ass.

Ladia - Leave Me Stranded     Pop, Electronic 11/04/2019
Australia’s Ladia is an introspective, soulful singer/songwriter known for her electronic pop sound. Ladia brims with quiet confidence to serve her own unique concoction; blending silky vocals with addictive melodies.
Ladia returns with her smooth new single, ‘Leave Me Stranded’, a fresh serving of grooving melancholy that perfectly infuses elements of RNB and up-beat pop. The song sees Ladia open up on a period where she felt “stranded”. Under its cool exterior the track explores the darkness of Ladia's past, feeling left behind by the one she loves most.

LLC - Up High / Down Low     Pop, Acoustic, Punk, Rock 11/04/2019
Sydney based multi-instrumentalist and producer LLC (AKA Lorenzo La Cava) combines Emo and Pop Punk in order to create his lush Alternative Acoustic soundscapes.
Another magical song from Sydney based Alternative Acoustic singer/songwriter LLC.

A perfect blend of Acoustic Pop, Emo, Punk and Rock music forged into one track.

Miles Recommends - You’re Never Alone     Pop, Rock, Folk 11/04/2019
Conceived whilst living through the military coup in Bangkok in 2014, Miles Recommends is the brain-child of singer/songwriting and production duo Des Atkinson and Lou Cadell
With a pulsating urgency guided by yearning and soaring vocals, ‘You’re Never Alone’ takes the listener on a thrilling journey into the troubling unknown.

Ministry of Mars - Breaking Me     Pop, Dance, Electronic, Funk 11/04/2019
Ministry of Mars are an indie pop, electronic, synth-pop brother duo Alistair and Jon Marsden, from Brisbane Australia
Breaking Me details the realisation that sometimes people can lose sight of what they’re out there to do, that the path has become lost and it’s time to get back on. The song questions intention and encourages regaining independence, developing insight and moving back towards a simpler, more honest and more focus-driven existence.

Moreton - Circles     Pop, Alternative Country, Easy Listening 11/04/2019
There is an intoxicating interplay between the serene and the melancholic which underpins the music of Brisbane/Byron Bay 3 piece Moreton.
Circles was written about Georgia's experience through the 2017 Northern NSW floods, which flooded her property and that of her peers. It explores universal themes of hardship and bad luck, particularly when disaster and adversity strikes those already living on the fringes of society.

Oh Deliah - April Sun     Pop, Folk 11/04/2019
South Australian singer/songwriter Oh Deliah writes sweet, melodic indie-pop with tender vocals and heart wrenching lyrics, accompanied by fuzzy electric guitar or sweet ukulele.
Thematically playing with that most familiar of subjects, the fleeting desire between two strangers, April Sun is a stunning alt-pop track that enjoys stunning melodies against beautiful vocal arrangements that journey through the soul.

Oh Lion - Valium     Pop, Dance 11/04/2019
Oh Lion pack a musical punch. Unique and moving, they combine sharp lyricism with emotional chants.
Valium is anything but a snooze. Written in a sombre state about escape; it manages to fit the happy AND sad feels into one catchy song.

Taj Ralph - Kill The Mood     Pop, Hip Hop 11/04/2019
Having freshly graduated from high school, the emerging Sydney artist can now get back to his first love – music.
'Kill The Mood' produced & co-written by Melbourne producer Lucianblomkamp and features Taj’s unique blend of jazz guitar & modern RnB - fused with a brooding baseline and Taj’s smooth vocals.

Washington, Japanese Wallpaper - Claws (Rework)     Pop, Electronic, Easy Listening 11/04/2019
WASHINGTON has never had a remix for any of her music. She has teamed up with Japanese Wallpaper to release a rework of her recent single, 'Claws'.
The rework took place when Japanese Wallpaper asked WASHINGTON to sing BV’s on his latest single and in return, would do a rework on the track. The delicate but triumphant indie-pop song 'Claws' explores sex and intimacy from the female perspective.

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Zac Slater - Magic     Pop, Hip Hop 11/04/2019
There are few musicians as versatile as Zac Slater. The self-taught multi-instrumentalist from Tasmania fuses elements of reggae and hip-hop with soulful vocals and upbeat acoustic guitar.
Everyone has dreams that they put energy into and it’s around this time of year that all the hype dies down. We are prone to being disheartened if we are not seeing the results we want, but Zac is here to remind you that ‘you’ll be amazed by the things you can do, so go on and grab it’.

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Emerson Snowe - Human     Pop 10/04/2019
‘Human’ marks Emerson Snowe’s first new music of 2019, falling between his recent SXSW appearances and forthcoming performances at The Great Escape in the UK.
The single sees Snowe delivers an uplifting anthem about overcoming life’s challenges as he grows to understand more about himself through his relationships.
Snowe says, "Unlike my other songs this is me talking to more than one person, it's to my parents and trying to understand the relationship I have with them and how it co-aligns with who I am".