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Noodle House - One Day (I'll See)     Rock, Psychedelic, Pop, Easy Listening 09/08/2019
Sydney’s Noodle House create tender rock music, drenched in enough vintage authenticity to warm anyone's soul. Think early 1970’s, blended with psychedelic tones and a touch of home-grown charm.
'One Day (I'll See)' is a sweet love song that frontman Jack Kinder best describes as being about "a fictional, dysfunctional relationship. And a one-sided break up, and not realising at the time but knowing in the end, ultimately, it’s for the best.” The song is layered with lush guitar and keyboard tones, and Jack's smooth echoing vocal melodies.

Pacific Avenue - Something Good     Rock, Garage 09/08/2019
In 2017, on the coastal town of Kiama on Pacific Avenue, a four-piece garage rock band was born, blending authentic rock & roll with today’s modern sound.
Overflowing with rock’n’roll energy harkening back to the glory days of surf rock, "Something Good" strikes a literal chord to the very core of these South-Coast legends.

Red Engine Caves - White Tile Fever     Rock, Rock, Rock 09/08/2019
Red Engine Caves, ready to melt your face off!
White Tile Fever is the first track Red Engine Caves have released since vanishing into the winter of 2016. It's ferocious sound can't really be pigeon holed if you tried.

Runaway Mornings - Bad Coffee     Rock, Electronic, Acoustic 09/08/2019
Buoyed on by crisp indie-electronic instrumentation and a deep vocal that oozes rich quality, Runaway Mornings captivates. Personal and contemplative, R.M. puts his soul on each track.
Bad Coffee is an upbeat single taken from Runaway Mornings, debut EP 'In Hindsight'. An unconventional love song, set in the modern world of technology, fast food, and bad coffee.

Recorded at the Grove Studios in Somersby NSW, with producers Jack Nigro (The Sea Gypsies, Nelipot) and MEMOIIRS.

Other tracks by Runaway Mornings:  Figment  -  Twenty Two
Selve - Snake of Light     Rock, Australian Indigenous, Psychedelic 09/08/2019
Selve are a genre-fluid band that aim to create narrative driven music that integrates themes of Indigenous culture into current neo-psychedelic styles.
Snake Of Light is inspired by a prose novel written by lead singer Loki Liddle. The story follows a young descendent of the stolen generation travelling around the country in a beat up red corolla re-learning the old stories, coming into contact with the dreamtime and developing a connection to the living spirit of the land, a snake of light.

Shangrila - Fade Away     Rock, Garage, Hardcore, Grunge 09/08/2019
Shangrila find themselves occupying space in the same arena as Trophy Eyes, Slowly Slowly and Alexisonfire. One driven by raw emotion and an impulsive and addictive musical delivery.
A song that deals with the struggles of mental health and the importance of having a support network rallying for one’s growth and healing, ‘Fade Away’ strikes hard with energy and emotion powering the soaring vocals Devyn Jupp, the pulsating rhythms from Ben Ferguson (bass) and Dan Harper (drums) and the urgency of Jackson Macleod and Lyndsay Antica’s guitar work.

Shiva and the Hazards - Angkor Wat     Rock, Psychedelic 09/08/2019
Shiva and the Hazards are excited to announce the release of their new single, ANGKOR WAT. This will coincide with their tour support for legendary shoe-gaze band, RIDE.
Combining the vintage guitar sounds of Jefferson Airplane and Jimi Hendrix Experience with acid laced grooves of early Tame Impala, "Angkor Wat" sees Shiva and the Hazards further develop their trans-Atlantic inspired sound with a dose of distinctly Australian psychedelia.

Sunscreen - Think About You     Rock, Garage 09/08/2019
Born from garage in Sydney’s inner west, Sunscreen is a band making the ethereal indie rock ofyour dreams.
Propulsive and romantically-charged, 'Think About You' is "Sunscreen's love song", says vocalist and guitarist Sarah Sykes. "It's about thinking about someone all day. This song is reminiscent of all things new, bright, and exciting - the feeling when you just can't get close enough to someone", she continues.

The Jensens - Four Chambers     Rock, Psychedelic 09/08/2019
Returning with a new set of songs that delve into themes of isolation, anxiety, fear and control, The Jensens are venturing into new sonic territories.
Four Chambers is a celebration of flow. Ancient mythology and cutting-edge technologies all coexisting during a very strange and transitory period for humans. Old and new, emotion and logic, belief and science. The music on this track mirrors these ideas, encompassing elements of our sound both past and present. Like a big dirty guitar riff and a saxophone shaking hands.

The Montreals - Lilac, I Think     Rock, Pop 09/08/2019
In the span of a few years, Adelaide’s most cheerful, colour-clad quartet, delivered a flurry of successful singles, consolidating them as a staple in a vibrant Australian music scene.
'Lilac, I Think' is the debut single from the Montreals sophomore EP 'Horror Movies' - it shows a more dreamy direction in their sound.

The Sunday League - Mother's Son     Rock, Pop 09/08/2019
The Sunday League make heart felt alt-rock that resonates from the Australian sounds of the late 80's to the American country jangles of the early 90’s.
The song tells a story of growing up, featuring a guitar line nothing short of late 90's Brisbane, Australia.

Trace Decay - Passivity     Rock, Pop 09/08/2019
Trace Decay’s brand of melancholy pop is a blend of haunting spaces and melodic undertones. They specialise in sarcastic yet heartfelt lyricism mixed with retro synths and catchy guitar hooks.
‘Passivity is a track that was written about how easy it is to fall into passive mode and how it can make one feel trapped. He had developed a disdain for his humdrum pattern of day to day life. Passivity captures the inner workings of someone who has outgrown old patterns and seeks a new path.’

White Water - Big Fat Money     Rock, Punk, Grunge, Metal 09/08/2019
What is Aussie culture? ACDC? Mad Max? Just speaking your mind? Iseverything you've listened lately auto-corrected to death. Well White Water screams, “Oi! It’s dusty, it’s dirty but it’s ours.
Big Fat Money – The title track of the EP is glorious punk, strongly opposing the top end of town's trickle down theory. A clever, quirky tune is sure to see fat cats and bankers slinking to the darkest corner of a venue while considering abandoning their misguided socio-political aspirations.

Other tracks by White Water:  The Highway man  -  Road Kill
Y STREET - Get Lost     Rock, Punk 09/08/2019
5 piece indie/punk rock band out of Melbourne. All guys are aged from 18-21 and enjoy nothing more in life than making a fashionably unholy racket.
Y STREET let loose on a lot of built up energy that comes with being a teenager/young adult in such a crazy city such as Melbourne. Being the bands favourite song to perform live the guys went out to capture the same spark in the studio, the result is 2 minutes 22 seconds of madness.

Tori Forsyth - Be Here     Rock, Blues 08/08/2019
At Just 24 and numerous ARIA and APRA accolades under her belt, Tori Forsyth is back after releasing her debut album with her blistering new single and video, ‘Be Here’.
Based on her own experiences of dealing with a partner’s addiction, ‘Be Here’ is real, raw and honest in the vein of the best confessional rock, with Forsyth snarling over guitars as she lays down the law.

Guitar-lines spin through the mix, mimicking the all-consuming vortex of addiction, but Forsyth makes it clear: give it up, or you’ll lose me.

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Future Haunts - Fall in Line     Rock 08/08/2019
Melding the cosmic studio journeying of The War on Drugs with the melodic immediacy of The Stone Roses, Future Haunts exist on the blurry edges of rock music.
'Fall In Line' is a call to arms, against nanny state draconian laws. Featuring a driving rhythm, the song is a sonic punch back against authority.

Gavin Bowles - Slave     Rock, Rockabilly 08/08/2019
Blue Mountains based troubadour Gavin Bowles totes songs of personal triumphs, tribulations and his idiosyncratic view on modern life, always with a guitar lick and smirk in toe.
“Slave” is the new single from Blue Mountains based troubadour Gavin Bowles. Flaunting a rockabilly swagger, but rooted in indie-rock and pop sensibilities, “Slave” boasts a cool confidence and non-chalance, while lyrically pondering ones flaws and neuroses with wit, sarcasm and charm.

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Jack R. Reilly - Who Can Say?     Rock, Easy Listening, Pop 08/08/2019
Ever the expert at turning life's intricacies into captivating and relatable tunes, Sydney's Jack R. Reilly is not shy about embracing dialectics in music and life experience in his songwriting.
'Who Can Say?' is driving, introspective and overall defiant. Introduced with gentle vocals, which climb with insistence,, listeners will be taken on an odyssey of wonder, perseverance and clarity. "It's an exploration of mindfulness. I wanted to communicate the idea that self awareness is a long process and can sometimes be a frustrating one."

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Mylk - Not My Fault     Rock, Pop, Grunge 08/08/2019
Mylk is a 4 piece alternative rock band based in Melbourne producing an eclectic sound that has been compared to a mixture of The Pixies & Kings of Leon.
Not My Fault is an upbeat, memorable song that has a catchy chorus that will get stuck in your head. The punchy drums and guitars are matched by a melodic yet gravelly vocal line and the track is sure to get you moving.

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Repeat Script - Stay Awake     Rock, Acoustic, Pop, Punk 08/08/2019
Stu Watts' (The Playbook, The Spinset) emo-rock solo project.
An acoustic centric song that resembles a mash-up of Oasis, Death Cab For Cutie and Coldplay.