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Kim Salmon - Let's All Get Destroyed     Rock 04/10/2019
Kim Salmon, AKA the Godfather of Grunge, also known for the Scientists, Beasts of Bourbon and much other music, has 2 singles and a book coming out November 8!
Kim Salmon’s brand new single Lets’ All Get Destroyed features Kim destroying on every instrument played here, in a swaggering rollicking piece of T Rextacy that could be about us all…. blindly destroying all…… Or it could be about us all getting just getting blind… and ‘destroyed’. This release is coming out on prestigious US indie label In The Red.

Other tracks by Kim Salmon:  Unadulterated
Inklines - Too Much     Rock 25/09/2019
Inklines are a three-piece rock band from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, forming in 2017. Drawing influence from a variety of bands including Silverchair, Radiohead and The Strokes.
The song explores themes of loss and separation, conveyed through melancholic lyricism and impactful dynamic movements. Introduced by an instantly familiar and memorable verse, ‘Too Much’ moves into the first of its explosive choruses, each one climbing in intensity. The song was produced, mixed and mastered by Lachlan West, and recorded at their local Housefox Studios in Sydney.

The Good Minus - Blood Brothers     Rock 18/09/2019
The Good Minus are a Melbourne based all-singing power-trio. With songs featuring intricate three-part harmonies, the band’s style can be described as Grizzly Bear reimagining the songs of Elbow.
Blood Brothers is the third single from The Good Minus’ debut album. It is a song about growing up in the Northern Territory and childhood friendships that don’t last. The song was recorded and engineered by David Kean and mixed by Rohan Sforcina (Head Gap Studios). It was mastered by Alan Douches of West West Side Studios (NY).

Other tracks by The Good Minus:  Catch Us Up
Hard-Ons - Oh, You're Crushed?     Punk, Metal, Pop 27/08/2019
The Hard-Ons are back with their rampaging 12th album “So I Could Have Them Destroyed”. 'Oh You're Crushed?' is the new punk-power-chord chugging and sub-metal riff-a-rama single!
The latest single from the Hard-ons’ opus “So I Could Have Them Destroyed”, once again provides ample evidence that brutal power can stand side-by-side with brilliant, uplifting pop sensibilities. Primal punk power-chord chugging and sub-metal riff-a-rama quickly gives way to a soaring, infectious chorus. The coda is a blistering sonic lead guitar attack underpinned by the ghost of Keith Moon.

The Good Minus - I'll Decide For You     Rock 20/08/2019
The Good Minus are a Melbourne based all-singing power-trio. With songs featuring intricate three-part harmonies, the band’s style can be described as Grizzly Bear reimagining the songs of Elbow.
I’ll Decide For You is the second single from the Good Minus’ debut album. It is about people being insincere and making decisions about what they think is best for others. The song was recorded and engineered by David Kean and mixed by Greg J Walker (Machine Translations). It was mastered by Alan Douches of West West Side Studios (NY).

AM Reruns - Vicious     Rock, Pop, Rock, Pop 30/07/2019
Three-piece guitar band from Melbourne, playing reduced, stylish and modern rock'n'roll music. An idiosyncratic take on '70s LA punk rock with a sliver of Northern England drama.
"Vicious" is a three-minute proto-punk tyre fire, fuelled by the clear-headedness that follows saying goodbye to a narcissistic companion. The track takes inspiration from the escapist teenage dramas Buffy The Vampire Slayer and The O.C., and the masterful midnight riffage of Patti Smith Group's Ivan Kral and The Stooges' James Williamson.

Other tracks by AM Reruns:  Slow Learner  -  Campaign Against Moral Persecution
Lisa Caruso - Borrow My Body     Rock, Pop 19/07/2019
Lisa’s songs scream empathetic feelings. Fronting a band full of guts, with heart on sleeve lyrics, a unique vocal, and arrangements nostalgic of 60’s and 90’s indie eras.
Disrobed and romantic, ‘Borrow my Body’ is layered with warm synthesised piano and shimmering guitars under an honest raw vocal. Kept in time with a lone ride cymbal, peaks and troughs are led by fearless baritone guitar and measured amplifier feedback, finishing large with help from a tom drum rhythm.

Hard-Ons - Harder And Harder     Pop, Rock, Punk 05/07/2019
The Hard-Ons are back with their rampaging 12th studio album “So I Could Have Them Destroyed” which is released on Friday 11th October via Music Farmers.
The new Hard-ons’ single “Harder and harder” perhaps represents their most popular and revered musical face – that of power-pop with emphasis on power AND pop in equal measure. The famous Hard-ons’ gift for grafting face-peeling musical ferocity onto lush and unforgettable melody is in plain evidence here. It comes complete with the greatest fist-in-the-air middle eight of all time.

Scientists - Braindead     Rock, Grunge, Garage, Pop 19/06/2019
They pioneered Grunge in the early 80s before disbanding in 87. With a successful European and 2 sold out US tours within the last year. The Scientists are back.
‘Braindead’ had its genesis on the Scientists 1985 UK support tour with Souxsie and the Banshees. It first appeared on record in deconstructed form on 1987s Scientists album ‘Human Jukebox’. With its 2 chord riff and pop hook vocals it is classic Scientists formula.

Scientists - Hey Sydney     Rock, Grunge, Garage, Pop 19/06/2019
They pioneered Grunge in the early 80s before disbanding in 87. With a successful European and 2 sold out US tours within the last year. The Scientists are back.
With its Syd Barrett like lyrics, its John Lydon like vocal delivery and the repetition of its title as the main motif, ‘Hey Sidney’ could be equally about Syd Barrett, Sid Vicious or the beloved City from whence the Scientists began their ascent to title holders ‘the Godfathers of Grunge’. Constantly changing key it breaks yet retains the Scientific formula.

Other tracks by Scientists:  Wot's This Game
Mannequin Death Squad - San Fran     Rock, Punk, Grunge, Garage 05/06/2019
Melbourne punk rock duo Mannequin Death Squad create a huge sound that brings to mind panoramic rock sounds bursting out of a claustrophobic, tight space – the impact is volcanic!
Produced by Mark Opitz, San Fran is a perfect antidote for our times – it's a vicious punk rock attack on mindless consumerism, self-wealth obsession and denial of social responsibility. San Fran is an evolved example of the powerful punk rock sound that brings to mind panoramic rock sounds bursting out of a claustrophobic, tight space – the impact's volcanic!

Man Vs Synth - Fall Apart     Rock, Electronic, Atmospheric, Ambience 04/06/2019
Combining cavernous synthesiser tones with piercing guitar refrains, Man vs Synth place a core emphasis on rhythm in their venture to spawn a seldom-explored, genre-defying genus of synth pop.
Fall Apart is a hard hitting angular Indie Synth Rock track that isn’t afraid to be a little vulnerable at times. From the syncopated verse to the blaring chorus Fall Apart describes the inner thoughts of a man who has lost all hope.

Other tracks by Man Vs Synth:  Embrasse Moi
My Elephant Ride - Other Side     Pop 04/06/2019
My Elephant Ride make cosmic and soulful indie pop. They return with the second taste off forthcoming sophomore album 'Beyond the Skin' releasing on the 21st of June.
Does free will exist?? The band have thought about this question a lot. Still no answer, perhaps they’ll figure it out in another song.

Other tracks by My Elephant Ride:  How To Shine
My Elephant Ride - Diamond Eyes     Pop, Atmospheric, Rock, Psychedelic 16/05/2019
My Elephant Ride make cosmic and soulful indie pop exploring love, gender, sexuality, faith and what lies on the other side.
Enter the dreamy world of the latest single 'Diamond Eyes' by My Elephant Ride. The call and response lead vocals paint a psychedelic romance.

The Aints! - Laughing Clowns     Rock, Punk, Pop, Garage 15/05/2019
Formed in 2017 by Ed Kuepper The Aints! original brief was to recreate the sound and energy of The Saints as heard across their first three groundbreaking albums.
When The Saints finished Prehistoric Sounds I thought ''The Laughing Clowns'' could make a strong new single. The band split before this eventuated but I did end up using the song as the starting point for my next band Laughing Clowns. The Aints! version is a bit closer to the original idea though unique as well.

Other tracks by The Aints!:  Country Song In G (Acoustic)
Man Vs Synth - Perfect Picture     Electronic, Ambience, Atmospheric, Rock 10/05/2019
Combining cavernous synthesiser tones with piercing guitar refrains, Man vs Synth place a core emphasis on rhythm in their venture to spawn a seldom-explored, genre-defying genus of synth pop.
Perfect Picture draws influence from 80s synth pop, fusing analogue and acoustic sounds (like much of the EP) to produce a contemplative and ethereal piece. It acknowledges the feelings of loss and a future that could have been as the song centres around the sudden departure of a loved one due to inevitable circumstances.

The Clouds - Check Us Out     Rock, Pop 10/05/2019
Elemental dream rockers The Clouds hit the alternative scene in the early 90s, and continue their musical odyssey in the 2010s, delivering assured and magical songs to delight and inspire.
The Clouds strike again with their latest release, Check Us Out. Underpinned by Raph Whittingham’s rock-solid beat, and layered with driving power chords, it’s an emphatic attention-grabber. Jodi Phillis and Trish Young weave their symbiotic voices around lyrics celebrating self-belief, determination and perseverance. Dave Easton’s outro shredding puts the final seal on what will surely be an instant classic.

The Aints! - Goodnight Ladies (I Hear A Sound Without)     Rock, Pop, Punk 11/04/2019
Formed in 2017 by Ed Kuepper The Aints! original brief was to recreate the sound and energy of The Saints as heard across their first three groundbreaking albums.
Goodnight Ladies, with it’s glam-stomp and bubblegum-brass, is the oldest track Ed Kuepper has ever committed to disc, it's origins acting back to 1969 when Ed was still a schoolboy in Brisbane, continuing it’s development up to 1973 with the earliest incarnation of The Saints, finally reaching completion in 2017 via The Aints! and eventual release via the 5-6-7-8-9 mini-LP.

Second Prize - Back To The Cul De Sacs     Rock, Pop 14/03/2019
Second Prize explore that queasy territory where “normal” male behaviour drifts over into toxic masculinity. Musically, the songs evoke Pulp, Grinderman-era Nick Cave, and Lambchop and Sparklehorse.
All great pop songs are about one of two things: class or sex. This one is about both. It’s one of those epic build songs that starts small and just keeps getting bigger, purloining Stones riffs, synth-pop arpeggios and a middle eight that pulls the rug right out from beneath you alongside lyrics that would make Jarvis Cocker wince.

Other tracks by Second Prize:  Try You On
Second Prize - Waiting For A Spark     Rock, Pop 28/02/2019
Second Prize explore that queasy territory where “normal” male behaviour drifts over into toxic masculinity. Musically, the songs evoke Pulp, Grinderman-era Nick Cave, and Lambchop and Sparklehorse.
With an Everest-sized mellotron hook, Flaming Lips drums and a psychedelic freakout at the end, Waiting for a Spark takes the kitchen sink approach to a pop song. A riff on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, it sees the narrator picking over the embers of his ruined relationship, trying to figure out what he did that made it all go wrong.