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Donny Benét - Second Dinner     Pop, Electronic, Dance, Retro 21/08/2019
Donny Benét is thrilled to release his new single ‘Second Dinner’ via Dot Dash Recordings/Remote Control Records.
Premiered by KEXP's Kevin Coles, ‘Second Dinner’ was written after a year of frenetic European touring at the infamous Donnyland Studios and produced/engineered by Burke Reid. The track is a hooky, groove-driven, and unashamed ode to the dopamine inducing late night meal. The music video, collaborated with venerated director Alex Smith ('Konichiwa') to create another visual masterpiece, premiered on YouTube.

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Sui Zhen - Matsudo City Life     Electronic, Pop, Atmospheric, Easy Listening 15/08/2019
Melbourne experimental electronic/pop and performance artist Sui Zhen unveils her new single, 'Matsudo City Life' taken from her forthcoming album Losing, Linda out Friday 27 September via Dot Dash/Remote Control.
The track, inspired by Annie Lennox in the Eurhythmics 'Love Is A Stranger' era, The Cranberries' 'Dreams' and 'Linger' era and Japanese City Pop of the late 80s, was captured in the city of Matsudo, Japan in a repurposed Love Hotel. With walls titled 'Paradise Air' made of thick concrete to keep loud noise in, which worked well for musicians.

Obscura Hail - Swear Jar     Pop, Rock, Folk, Goth 09/08/2019
Melbourne's Obscura Hail release their first single 'Swear Jar' from their new EP, Zero, out Friday 25 October via Dot Dash/Remote Control Records.
On the video for 'Swear Jar', premiered via The Music Network, Conran says it's "about the dumb stuff we fight about in the heat of the moment, and having the patience to find out what the other person really means without judging them on the language they used initially, on the premise that hindsight is the mother of foresight."

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Siberian Tiger - Plane Spotting     Folk, Chill, Easy Listening, Atmospheric 09/08/2019
Part Time Records and Remote Control are thrilled to release 'Plane Spotting' - the debut single from Siberian Tiger.
Chris Panousakis explains - "This song was born when Bree and I were sitting in our backyard as we normally did, watching the planes pass over and listening to the birds come and go. One afternoon I had my guitar while Bree had made us her famous chicken sandwich and we wrote the song together on the spot."

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Dyson Stringer Cloher - Falling Clouds     Rock, Folk, Pop 30/07/2019
Dyson Stringer Cloher, the iconic project of three of Australia’s most accomplished and dynamic songwriters, Jen Cloher, Mia Dyson and Liz Stringer, release 'Falling Clouds' out via Milk! Records/Remote Control.
As premiered by Double J, the new single 'Falling Clouds' by Dyson Stringer Cloher reminisces a time when Jen Cloher saw The Clouds and Falling Joys at an underage gig in her hometown of Adelaide in the early 90s. Paying tribute to the axe wielding women in Australian music who showed those coming up that it could be done.

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Jess Ribeiro - Wildflowers     Blues/Roots, Folk, Pop, Easy Listening 30/07/2019
Jess Ribeiro shares her new track ‘Wildflowers’, as premiered on The Unmissables ahead of release, ‘Wildflowers’ is out now via Barely Dressed Records/Remote Control Records.
Jess Ribeiro’s songs are cinematic in scope: it is music that travels across open plains like a Western and through city streets after dark like Film-Noir. ‘Wildflowers’ is no exception, applying her extraordinary skills as a performer and writer to this heart-breaking real-life subject matter, Ribeiro explores human connection, grief and hope all in one.

Sui Zhen - Perfect Place (Roza’s Smoke Machine Mix)     Electronic, Pop, Atmospheric, Soundscapes 26/07/2019
Sui Zhen shares two remixes by Roza Terenzi & Bell Towers of the first single 'Perfect Place' from her new album Losing, Linda, out 27 September via Dot Dash/Remote Control.
On the Roza Terenzi remix of 'Perfect Place', Sui Zhen describes "The broken electro style kick and fresh style she brings is super addictive. I love it"

Other tracks by Sui Zhen:  Perfect Place (Bell Towers Remix)
Carla Geneve - Things Change     Folk, Rock, Alternative Country, Pop 23/07/2019
Carla Geneve shares a video to new single 'Things Change', taken from her debut self-titled EP, out now via Dot Dash Recordings/Remote Control Records.
The video for 'Things Change' is a tour diary of sorts, filmed on her recent debut tour of North America supporting San Cisco. Carla shares "It has been a year of big change for me and I felt like being on the road and touring was very significant of a big shift in my life."

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jade imagine - The News     Rock, Pop, Easy Listening, News 23/07/2019
jade imagine release new single 'The News', premiered via Double J & Clash, and lifted from their debut album Basic Love, out Friday 2 August via Milk! Records/Remote Control Records.
The most direct and succinct track on Basic Love, 'The News' ruminates about the troubles of a 24-hour news-cycle. "I really can’t keep up with the news. No word of a lie. A story about accepting the fact that the wheels will always be turning...Sometimes it makes me angry. Sometimes I can’t stay on top of it all" says Jade.

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HANDSOME - Delete You     Electronic, Pop 28/06/2019
Following her acclaimed 2018 debut EP No Hat No Play, Sydney-based artist HANDSOME shares her new single 'Delete You', as premiered by Double J and released via Dot Dash/Remote Control.
'Delete You' perfectly exhibits HANDSOME's brand of tomboy pop and brooding electronic and is accompanied by a self-directed video which was premiered overnight by The Line of Best Fit and shows one of the most vulnerable moments of HANDSOME's life. An experience so intimate and raw, but so liberating - being a reminder that honesty can make you feel free.

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Sui Zhen - Perfect Place     Electronic, Pop, Atmospheric, Ambience 27/06/2019
Sui Zhen announces her latest chapter, Losing, Linda, set for release Friday 27th September via Dot Dash/Remote Control Records and shares the first single from the record 'Perfect Place'.
A sense of overall mortality was unmistakably infused into the thematic structure of Losing, Linda during it's creation. The video for lead single, 'Perfect Place' introduces the character Linda, a ghostly apparition, representing the fragments of self, the avatars we leave behind after one dies in the physical realm -- but do our digital selves ever fully disappear?

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jade imagine - Remote Control     Rock, Pop, Garage, Easy Listening 21/06/2019
jade imagine release new single 'Remote Control' premiered via Gold Flake Paint. It's the second track from their debut album Basic Love, out Friday 2nd August via Milk! Records/Remote Control.
Jade McInally says, "'Remote Control' is a song about the conflict between reality & escape and the two worlds we live in; dreaming and denial in a world of practicalities and productivity. It's an exploration into synth territory. We wanted this track to be equal parts spooky and catchy, like taking a night-drive in a 1980's sci-fi film."

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The Bennies - Green Mitsubishis     Rock, Punk 21/06/2019
Your favourite party starters The Bennies are back with a new single ‘Green Mitsubishis’, just days before kicking off their Punk Rockin’ The Suburbs Australian Tour.
'Green Mitsubishis' is a bit different to your typical Bennies track, but not any less of a party starter than you’d expect. It's the second single The Bennies have released in 2019, following ‘Waiting For Dave’. The two songs are the first released as a 5 piece band and their first new music since 2018 album Natural Born Chillers.

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Gena Rose Bruce - I Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You     Rock, Pop, Folk, Blues 19/06/2019
Gena Rose Bruce shares new single 'I Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You' from forthcoming debut album Can't Make You Love Me, out June 28th via Dot Dash/Remote Control.
The third single to be taken from her forthcoming debut album Can’t Make You Love Me which showcases Bruce’s unmistakable brand of smokey rock; pulsing rhythms, echoes of Mazzy Star and Lynchian undertones. 
Gena on the accompanying video, "It’s quite a personal song, so we felt it was important to include the lyrics-kind of like a scrawled letter where all vulnerability is revealed."

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Art Of Fighting - Conjuror     Rock, Folk, Easy Listening, Chill 13/06/2019
Art Of Fighting share their single 'Conjuror' ahead of their new album Luna Low, released on Friday 7th June via Remote Control Records.
'Conjuror' is written in tribute to frontman Ollie Browne and Miles Browne's father, renowned jazz drummer Allan Browne, who passed away in 2015. The meandering rumble of 'Conjuror' lets the band loosen up and push the music into unexpected spaces.

Katz - Back From Nothing     Electronic, Pop, Atmospheric, Chill 12/06/2019
Following the release of his collaborative 2018 debut EP Waterfall, Melbourne-based musician, instrumentalist and producer Katz returns with new single 'Back From Nothing' out via Dot Dash Recordings/Remote Control Records.
Written and produced in Katz’s Collingwood home studio with Melbourne-based songwriter Janeva Burrill, ‘Back From Nothing’ features powerful, soaring vocals that are both rich and intimate. “It’s a song about being grateful for someone’s friendship and guidance, particularly through difficult times”, says Katz.

Katz’s long-time collaborators Hamish Mitchell and Nick Keays directed the visual accompaniment, as premiered by Cool Accidents.

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jade imagine - Big Old House     Rock, Pop, Garage, Easy Listening 28/05/2019
jade imagine release their first new material in 2 years; 'Big Old House', it's the first single from their forthcoming debut album due later this year via Milk! Records/Remote Control.
Premiered via Double J and Pilerats, ‘Big Old House’ was written "in Sunshine Beach, after a dream in which a loose melody and lyrics came to me...” Jade McInally, jade imagine’s front-person and key songwriter says. “Then in a Brisbane hotel room, the band and I workshopped the arrangement and it was pretty much done!"

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Evan Lock - Queen of Sydney     Folk, Alternative Country, Blues, Easy Listening 22/05/2019
Sydney guitarist/singer-songwriter Evan Lock shares new single ‘Queen of Sydney’, just ahead of his debut album Kaleidoscopic, out Friday 24 May via Broken Stone Records/Remote Control Records.
‘Queen of Sydney’ is the country portrait of a woman who never really existed. Strummed guitars, harmonicas, harmonies & pedal steels are her siren songs, calling you to her cliffs. Lock collects myriad genres and styles from country, folk, progressive rock, blues, latin and raga into a picturesque cluster of evocative and honest scenes.

Gena Rose Bruce - Rearview     Rock, Pop, Folk 17/05/2019
Gena Rose Bruce shares new single 'Rearview', from her forthcoming debut album Can't Make You Love Me, released Friday 28th June through Dot Dash/Remote Control Records.
Gena explains "This song is a conversation I could never have with this person, it's about accepting failed love. I was angry at the time but I didn't have the energy to stay angry or feel sorry for myself. We wanted to create a Twin Peaks vibe for this video, weird and dreamy." The video was directed by Alex Badham.

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Art of Fighting - Luna Low     Rock, Folk 16/05/2019
Art of Fighting share the title track to their first album in twelve years, entitled Luna Low, released on Friday 7th June via Remote Control Records.
As premiered by Double J 'Luna Low' shares the honour of being written to close out the record. It is a quiet moonlit drink very late at night, and a looking back on days that didn’t go as planned. It pushes and pulls, ebbs and flows, as its gently strummed guitars and brushed drums patiently reach for a lonely ending.