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Angie - Blood On My Eyes     Rock 11/04/2019
Angie’s vast artistic contributions underpin Australia’s contemporary underground musical culture. Having performed and collaborated in bands Circle Pit, Southern Comfort and Ruined Fortune, Angie launched her solo moniker in 2013.
Blood On My Eyes is the first track to be lifted from Angie's fourth studio album, The Underling.

Courtney Barnett - Everybody Here Hates You     Rock, Alternative Country, Folk 11/04/2019
Courtney Barnett releases brand new single 'Everybody Here Hates You', out now via Milk! Records/Remote Control. It will also be released as an exclusive Record Store Day 12 inch.
'Everybody Here Hates You' features one of the most anthemic sing-along choruses Barnett has ever conjured, with a lead vocal that brings new strength and range to her unmistakable voice. The single is the superb final instalment from the creative period of Barnett's life which gave birth to her acclaimed and adored sophomore album Tell Me How You Really Feel.

Damien Johnson - Faker     Rock, Punk, Garage, Britpop 11/04/2019
Damien currently lives in the Queensland city of Ipswich. His claim to fame is that he once had gardening advice given to him from Vance Joy!
Song is an upbeat, poppy tongue in cheek stab at consumerism, materialism and other such isms

Dan Howls - King Si     Rock, Blues 11/04/2019
Dan Howls is an appropriate name for an artist with such a bellowing roar. Big, gritty and acidic, it is a voice that belongs to the blues.
‘King Si’ is Dans second taste of his second upcoming album. Recorded at Rada studios by Matt Gio (Producer of Abbe Mays – Fruit and WAM award winner of “Best producer of 2018') it's a dark story of a fabled king played out through a fuzzy, distorted, slick tone of swampy electric guitars, big drums and incredulous vocals.

Dom Youdan - Is Your Lover Still Cool     Rock, Pop, Chill, Folk 11/04/2019
“At times delicate, at others swelling and bold, it’s a beguiling mash og R&B and electronic/indie-pop that set the scene for his stunning vocals to take centre stage.” Pilerats (Tigerlily)
With stunning melodies and a warmth in his songwriting that utterly envelops, Dom Youdan has returned with new single, ‘Is Your Lover Still Cool’. The first solo release since the songwriter’s praised debut EP Tigerlily, ‘Is Your Lover Still Cool’ charts the waters of unreturned love, and lessons learned about oneself with deft poise and poignancy.

Future Haunts - Weather Vane     Rock 11/04/2019
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.
Self-recorded at Plutonium Studios and mixed by Miro Mackie (St. Vincent, DZ Deathrays, Hatchie), 'Weather Vane', resonates with Future Haunts' natural sound but further pushes the boundaries they've explored on past releases. An atmospheric indie-rock track detailed with contrasting and layered guitar melodies, it sees the boys carve together imposing harmonies with competent instrumentation.

Good Pash - Richard     Rock, Hip Hop 11/04/2019
Sydney four piece bringing the slacker rock vibes. Catchy guitar melodies, check. Sarcastic stream of consciousness vocals, check. Casually hitting the fuzz pedal for the rocking chorus, check.
Richard is a track about when you realised you really don't like something, you're never going to like it and you're not very sorry about it.

The song features rapper DOBBY in an incredibly fast paced rap which gains speed substantially until there is nothing else to do but EXPLODE.

GOSH - Never Lose You     Rock, Pop 11/04/2019
Having formed in 2018, GOSH wasted no time in hitting the ground running. Shining from release to release is well-crafted indie musicianship, hooks and melodic arrangements.
New single 'Never Lose You' is ready to pull heartstrings and encourage anthemic sing-alongs, drenched in musically rich tones and charm.

Jackson Carroll - Holy Hell     Rock, Folk 11/04/2019
Jackson Carroll opens up and bares all with debut single ‘Holy Hell’ a perfect piece of indie music that introduces the listener to songwriter exploring an unapologetically emotional musical terrain.
A perfect piece of indie music that introduces the listener to a young songwriter exploring an unapologetically emotional musical terrain. Melodically rich and compelling, ‘Holy Hell’ is uncompromising in its crafting and delivery. Carroll shines with depth and maturity; a romanticism akin to the tones of Jeff Buckley and Matt Corby steeps his music in a place of intensity.

Jess Ribeiro - Dylan     Rock, Pop 11/04/2019
Jess Ribeiro shares third single ‘Dylan’, from her highly anticipated new album LOVE HATE, released Friday 12 April via Barely Dressed/Remote Control Records.
Ribeiro explains the hypnotic new track “Dylan is about disorder. Change. Being in limbo, in-between your old life and the new one.” It once again shows just how masterful Ribeiro is as a performer and writer; it’s almost unfair that a song as unassuming as ‘Dylan’ can get under your skin the way it does.

Julia Why? - Starman     Rock, Garage, Psychedelic 11/04/2019
Julia Why? first broke onto the scene winning triple j unearthed’s NIDA competition, scoring them a video clip by the best in the biz.
Less in-your-face but no less impactful, ‘Starman’ laments on madness and mental health. Soft, dark bass and vocals set the tone of the release, mixed with brighter guitars offering a break to the lyrical content.

KODY - Lonely Bones     Rock, Acoustic 11/04/2019
We are an Amateur band and by that we mean we don't get paid for what we do but does that mean we don't play professionally? You be the judge
Lonely Bones was written after the lead singer had a nightmare where he died in the dream leaving his daughter (Grace in the song) behind alone in this world, though the lead singer does not currently have children the dream was so vivid and impacted him so much he penned the track which is the story of Lonely Bones.

Little May - As Loving Should     Rock 11/04/2019
As they march towards the release of their long-awaited new album, Blame My Body, today Australian indie rock duo Little May today release an exquisite new single, ‘As Loving Should.’
Its composition is a contrast between beauty and brutal honesty. The music itself is velvety smooth, with a lush, rich warmth – acoustic strums, grizzly guitar leads, and vocals ripped straight from Stevie Nicks’s throat at the height of her Fleetwood Mac fame.

mens insana - Picasso's Bar     Rock, Psychedelic, Atmospheric 11/04/2019
Melbourne based project songwriting team Max (music/vox) Anthony (words) Alt / Art Rock electronica orchestral
On the table was a flyer he’d been handed earlier that day on the street. It was advertising a Picassos Bar on Kiraly Utca. The artwork on the flyer was Picasso’s Two Women Sitting at a Bar. F**k it he said looking at the mirrored creature, we need a drink!

Mercury Sun - Sin City     Rock, Pop, Chill 11/04/2019
Mercury Sun are a five piece indie-rock outfit hailing from Brisbane, QLD. The band members include Ash Benham (Vocals, Slide), Louis Reen (Guitar), Connor Reen (Guitar) and Harry Schneider (Drums).
Sin City is a metaphor for that search and almost a self confession that represents the struggle for authenticity of the perfect life in the superficial age we live in whether it be in relationships, financial stability or the fear of regretting what we don't do rather than the mistakes we do make."

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets - Bill's Mandolin     Rock, Psychedelic, Grunge, Garage 11/04/2019
“That’s the genius of Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, they’ll tax you with treacle, all through clever song structures, hammering fuzz and prodigious tonal manipulation.”Total Guitar
Taken from the band’s forthcoming record, ‘And Now For The Whatchamacallit’, ‘Bill’s Mandolin’ is another slice of manic Psychedelic Porn Crumpets fury. A continuation of the musicianship fans have seen grow and bolden over the band’s last year of releases, this new single positions them more than ever as a band ready to explode with exciting energy.

Radolescent - 406     Rock, Punk, Garage, Grunge 11/04/2019
After a year kicking around Surfers writing and recording, Radolescent are finally ready to take on the country and the world with '406', the new single form their debut album.
'406' is a song about internal conflict that describes the everyday struggle faced by many teenagers unsure of who they are, what they want in life and how to achieve it. The chorus relays an outcry to someone close to the singer hoping that they will be able to help with drag him out of his slump.

Rick Webster - We'll Never Be Them     Rock, Pop 11/04/2019
On his new EP 'Long Story Short', Perth's Rick delivers some of his finest songs to date, intertwining his rich guitar playing with the alluring voice of Sophie Foster.
“We’ll Never Be Them was written whilst travelling around Australia with my now wife, when we found ourselves in a very expensive upmarket bar. The bartender actually asked me “Do you want a cheap drink or a good drink?” I thought it was hilarious and immediately wrote it down to turn into a song!”


Ripple Effect Band - Ngúddja     Rock, Indigenous, Australian Indigenous 11/04/2019
Ripple Effect Band are a ground breaking all women's rock band from the remote Aboriginal community of Maningrida who love to share their languages and culture through music.
Ngúddja is a celebration of the different languages spoken in Maningrida. It has a driving rock beat and a catchy chorus stating that whilst we may speak different languages, we all are together in this country. Written in Ndjébbana language by Patricia Gibson and Jodie Kell, Ngúddja always gets the crowd on the dance floor.

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Other tracks by Ripple Effect Band:  Diyama  -  Madjandemed
Rob Favotto - The Nine Planets     Rock, Atmospheric, Metal, Psychedelic 11/04/2019
Instrumental progressive epics that take you on a journey to the outer regions of the cosmos....
Music Credits: 'The nine planets ' Written & Performed by Rob Favotto (guitars/bass/keyboard) Drums - Jimmy Yannieh Bass - Dr Jamie Berry . Rob Favotto is an Australian based musician who produces progressive rock...

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Other tracks by Rob Favotto:  Temple In The Sky  -  Springtime