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Wesley Fuller - #1 Song     Rock, Pop 12/07/2017
Wesley Fuller, the Perth-born, Melbourne-based power pop boy wonder. Coming off the back of his 2016 EP ‘Melvista’ he will release his debut album ‘Inner City Dream’ 22 September 2017.
‘#1 Song’ is the first single from Wesley Fuller’s forthcoming debut album ‘Inner City Dream’, to be released on 22 September 2017. ‘#1 Song’ is a swirling psych, jangly pop and punchy, crunchy glam song that show off Fuller’s broadening sonic palette and his progression as a writer and producer

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Werewolves of Melbourne - Close To Me     Rock, Soul, Blues, Psychedelic 02/05/2018
Werewolves of Melbourne blend the styles of rhythm’n blues & 70’s soul rock. A look into the future of blues thats soulful as a preacher & powerful as a locomotive…”
Close To Me is the 1st single off the Crossing The River album, written by Zevon Hiltz co-produced by Ryan Ritchie (RAA Project/True Live)
A dynamic contemporary blues song that takes the listener on a journey. Ladled with soulful vocals and a catchy guitar riff that will please all listeners.

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Other tracks by Werewolves of Melbourne:  Bad Connection  -  Lighting Up The Night
Welcome To Television - This Life     Folk, Roots 24/11/2012
Welcome To Television aim to blend elements of folk, roots, and rock into a fresh listening experience.
A rootsy folk acoustic based whimsical love ballad.

Other tracks by Welcome To Television:  Hold On  -  Spider and the Butterfly
Wedgetail - Rearranged     Rock, Rock, Psychedelic, Grunge 01/12/2012
Wedgetail cook up a blend that includes punk rock, the psychedelic swirls of 60’s garage and the tougher edges of 90’s shoegaze. The result is arrestingly complex, melodic and powerful.
Rearranged features strong melodic hooks, a bouncing rythm and contrasting textures, overlaid with swirling guitars.

Other tracks by Wedgetail:  Captain Says  -  Eildon
We The Ghosts - Holdin On     Rock, Country, Pop 22/03/2013
Country Rock quartet from Brisbane
Holdin On is the first single and title track from the new EP from We The Ghosts. It's a song about heartbreak and letting go.

Other tracks by We The Ghosts:  Love Somebody
We Set Sail - Reminders Written on Maps     Rock, Grunge, Punk, Pop 26/08/2016
Just another band like any other. We play the music we want to hear.
This track sums up the feeling you get when you think about all the things you wanted to do with your life but never got a round to

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Other tracks by We Set Sail:  This Could Be The Tragedy We've Been Waiting For  -  Snails
We Set Sail - Do You Remember When We Could Go To Shows and Yell, "Play More Than Tape!"     Rock, Grunge, Punk 01/04/2016
Just a band. Since 2008. We play the kind of music we want to hear.
This is a re-interpretation of a song by Brisbane's Iron On called More Than Tape. They're friends of ours and we love that song so much. We still think it's the best song on our debut album and they wrote it!

Other tracks by We Set Sail:  Every Story Has A Beginning, A Middle and an End  -  Minimalism As An Art Form
We Lost The Sea - Towers     Rock, Instrumental, Atmospheric, Experimental 05/07/2019
We Lost The Sea are a cinematic instrumental post-rock band from Sydney that creates a new collection of noise that gathers relentless crushing guitars together with post-rock atmospherics and melody
Representing the beginning and the end of everything, Towers is about giant oppressive forces and feelings, the towering juggernaut of power, failure, history and death, as told through a lens of intricate guitars, striking colour and otherworldly atmospherics.

We Lost The Sea - Towers     Rock, Instrumental, Atmospheric, Experimental 09/07/2019
We Lost The Sea are friends who came together in 2007 to create a new collection of noise that gathers relentless crushing guitars together with otherworldly atmospherics and melody.
At an expansive 15 minutes long, with its ringing guitars “Towers” heralds in a new era for the band. Representing the beginning and the end of everything, it is about giant oppressive forces and feelings, the towering juggernaut of power, failure, history and death.

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We Lost The Sea - Barhan Charge     Metal/Punk, Rock, Experimental, Atmospheric 18/12/2012
We Lost The Sea are an exciting prospect for the Australian underground heavy music scene. They combine brutal riffs with delicate ambient passages and startling left-turns within their ambitious songwriting.
We Lost The Sea showcase their epic post-metal sound on 'Barkhan Charge'.

The track builds from gentle ambience into a full-blown aural assault of climactic proportions. Guttaral screams and slow-moving walls of guitars combine to render the ambient monolith asunder.

Other tracks by We Lost The Sea:  Nuclear City
We Lost The Sea - A Gallant Gentleman     Rock, Instrumental, Atmospheric, Experimental 04/05/2016
We Lost The Sea are a cinematic instrumental post-rock band from Sydney.
Our first track from Departure Songs. Featuring The Mercy College Choir and a whole heap of emotion. This track is themed on the story of the arctic explorer Laurence Oates.

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Other tracks by We Lost The Sea:  Bogatyri  -  Challenger Part 2: A Swan Song
We Do This - Elevator     Rock, Pop 01/12/2012
We Do This is an indie/rock/pop band from Adelaide, South Australia that makes selfish, moody, joyous indie rock tinged with 80’s goth, Americana, and late-70’s punk influences.
When the world has seemed to close in around you, and it feels like your dreams and aspirations are giving their last death-throes, sometimes all you need to do is look around and see the 50 year-old accountant listening to Slayer in the Elevator to know the dream isn't dead.

Other tracks by We Do This:  All These Images
We Are Servants - Spectator     Rock, Pop 09/11/2015
A pop-rock indie band based in Brisbane. We Are Servants deliver high energy music with powerful hooks and lyrics.
In “Spectator,” Almond and Stevens help the troubled soul find his or her stride after stumbling by brilliantly persuading them to never look back on the path toward spiritual greatness. We Are Servants possesses a brand of music that has put the group in a favourable and upward position today

We Are Servants - Anything Matters     Metal/Punk, Rock, Christian 21/06/2017
An infectious pop-punk sound with a heavy twinge, We Are Servants are one of the stalwarts of the Brisbane scene.
Anything Matters dances between a hard rock influenced verse and pop-punk chorus. Infectious riffs and a strong vocals give this song a powerful hook. The lyrics were inspired by the bands' own battles with mental health and a desire to fight through the dark fog to a brighter future.

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We Are Not Robots - I Adore     Rock, Punk, Grunge, Garage 04/09/2018
We Are Not Robots is an Alternative Rock three piece from Sydney, Australia
Immediate, cathartic and monstrous. Unrelenting, self-destructive and loving. Poetic, grinding and here. I Adore is everything you'd want and expect from We Are Not Robots. I'll meet you there...

We All Want To - You Used To Be Funny     Pop, Rock 22/03/2012
We All Want To spent weeks 2011 hunkered down over recording console with bouzoukis, tambourines, xylophones and omnichord, more importantly an army of electric guitars, loud amps and fuzz pedals.
First single You Used To Be Funny is a bratty blast of playground pop, a bittersweet duet done fast and loud.

We All Want To - Streets Of Your Town     Pop, Rock 21/09/2013
In April the band sold out the JWC with their stunning Take The Lead show and they closed the night with Streets Of Your Town It brought the house down
Boasting members from some of Brisbane’s best-­‐loved bands, We All Want To are essential on record and completely undeniable live. Their shows are a primal collision of poppy punk, sweet folk, gritty blues and grandiose soundscapes, swirled into singalong anthems and intimate whispers

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We All Want To - Road To Ruin     Pop, Rock 14/04/2015
A genuine indie super-group without ego or pretense – making sublimely intelligent music for the sheer joy of it, and putting their own spin on classically-melodic power-pop
“It’s about the heart-stopping power of those half-imagined recollections you have of teenage summers,” said Tim Steward.

“It’s escapism, built around a rose-coloured glasses version of a past that may not even have happened."

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We All Want To - Remove The Arrow     Pop, Rock 17/06/2015
A genuine indie super-group without ego or pretense – making sublimely intelligent music for the sheer joy of it, and putting their own spin on classically-melodic power-pop
“Skye Staniford taking over vocal duties for ‘Remove The Arrow’ to deliver a smouldering beast.” - The Brag

“Skye Staniford takes the vocal reigns on ‘Remove the Arrow’, a fragile, moody triumph”– Aphra Magazine

“A new and at once more powerful and more refined side to the band” – ToneDeaf

We All Want To - Ramp Up The Bleeding     Pop, Rock 23/08/2012
Brisbane indie super-group We All Want To make sublimely intelligent music, putting their own spin on classically-melodic power-pop.
Blissfully fuzzy guitars and sweet harmonies deliver We All Want To Tim Steward's message: "'Ramp Up The Bleeding' is about the simple idea of trying to live by your own standards and not give a shit about what other people think or do."

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