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Ali Barter - Ur A Piece Of Shit     Rock, Pop, Garage 09/04/2019
Ali Barter is a Melbourne based singer songwriter, who emerged with breakout track 'Girlie Bits' in 2017, taken from her debut album 'A Suitable Girl'.
“Ur A Piece of Shit' is an ode to my best friends. It’s about the things we went through as teenagers and how they’ve affected us in adult life, and how those experiences have bound us together,"

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Baltimore Gun Club - Archangel     Rock, Grunge 09/04/2019
Smells like Sabbath got a hold of some decent shrooms and took up truck driving....
Smells like Sabbath got a hold of some decent shrooms and took up truck driving....

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Black Stone from the Sun - Pseudocide     Rock, Grunge, Punk 09/04/2019
Perth grunge-punk duo Black Stone from the Sun deliver impassioned chunky rock with a massive dose of melody. For fans of DZ Deathrays, Polish Club and huge riffs and sing-alongs.
"Pseudocide came about from tales of people faking their own deaths. Fans of these celebrities like to make up stories about how their favourite musician survived their illness or accident, when in reality they’re either creating a scapegoat to avoid sadness or tailoring a story that will give the world some hope of a Second Coming of these legends."

Blue Velvet - Soggy Cereal     Rock, Punk, Pop 09/04/2019
Sydney’s charming Indie-Punks Blue Velvet have quickly made a name for themselves amongst the lighthearted. Since forming in 2016,
Blue Velvet are returning with the follow up to last year's EP 'A Lesson In Regression' which scored heaps of play across triple j, community and love from taste-maker blogs.

The new single is Soggy Cereal and its this soaring track about skipping that fourth bowl of cereal-for-dinner, putting down the Nintendo Switch and getting back out in the world.


Candy - Feel     Rock, Pop 09/04/2019
Candy is the bedroom dream-pop project of Melbourne creative Calum Newton who's latest album picked up AOTW at FBi Radio.
“Feel” is a pensive yet juxtaposing single with bright melodies and an underlying feeling of desolation.

Gena Rose Bruce - Angel Face     Rock, Pop, Alternative Country 09/04/2019
Gena Rose Bruce releases new single 'Angel Face', premiered via Pilerats, from her forthcoming debut album Can't Make You Love Me, released Friday 28th June through Dot Dash/Remote Control Records.
On 'Angel Face' Bruce describes "anger at the sense of entitlement this person had, who always got his way. Sadness at the loss or inability to have a connection, and jealousy that this person had moved on; but at the same time, there’s the not wanting a connection or relationship with that person. It’s about that place in the middle."

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Legs Electric - Tuesday Girl     Rock, Pop 09/04/2019
Legs Electric summon the spirit of the golden days of heavy rock – overcharging '70s blues-based riffs with a full-power vocal attack and a live show worthy of Sunset Strip.
‘Tuesday Girl’ is a rock’n’roll vehicle bound to get you hot under the hood. It's chugging rhythms locking into a groove set to cruise, Legs Electric sharpen the attack of their standard swagger, before stealing away on chorus coated in candy floss. Sugar-sweet, dangerously-addictive, ‘Tuesday Girl’ is bound to get your motor runnin’ before you head out on the highway.

Mailer Daemon - Special     Rock, Psychedelic, Grunge, Hip Hop 09/04/2019
Alternative Hip Hop Producer who bends genres including Psychedelic, Industrial, Doom, and Alternative Rock. Based in Sydney Australia, collaborated with the top electronic acts, DJs, and rappers.
Special is heartwarming psychedelic industrial doom alternative rock track from Alt Hip Hop Producer Mailer Daemon. The song is about embracing a friend, lover, or family member, acknowledging the love between each other and making the most of our time together. Fuzzy guitars, darkwave drums, a psyc-dub breakdown, this is cutting edge experimental rock music.

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Other tracks by Mailer Daemon:  Continues  -  Space Quest
Money For Rope - Look     Rock, Garage 09/04/2019
Melbourne five-piece, Money For Rope have spent the last four years touring, including Australia’s favourite festivals (Splendour in the Grass, Falls, Boogie!, Golden Plains, Gum Ball, The Hills Are Alive).
"Look" was conceived on the Mediterranean, in a town called Alicante where it is claimed it is home to the world’s best horchata.

Nicholas Connors - Strange Dreams     Rock, Blues, Rockabilly, Psychedelic 09/04/2019
Newcastle singer-songwriter Nicholas Connors pulls no punches on his latest EP Strange Dreams.
This track touches on the ethereal experience of being in bed with your significant other for the first few times. Its unfamiliar territory that can be strange and beautiful all at the same time.

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Other tracks by Nicholas Connors:  How Do You Feel  -  So Amused
Pagan - Year of the Dog     Rock, Punk, Metal 09/04/2019
Pagan are a blackened rock’n’roll band who pay homage to their punk rock & heavy music ethics, drawing inspiration from dancefloors of neon-soaked discotheques + back-alley rock'n'roll clubs of old.
"Year of the Dog" is a disco punk banger with a frantic grove courtesy of a dirty bass line and frontwoman Nikki Brumen's untamed vocals.

Polish Club - We Don't Care     Rock, Garage 09/04/2019
There are two of them. They are called Novak and John-Henry and are the loudest goddamn soul outfit you’ve ever heard. (And yes, they are both sort of Polish.)
'We Don’t Care’ marks a definitive moment for the band. The track boasts enough emotional wallop to stop Alan Jones mid-sentence, somehow still managing the trick of sounding exactly like Polish Club. The song is about how when your life is going to shit, the things you do to try and escape, can often makes it worse.

Steve Kilbey & Gareth Koch - Broken Toys     Rock 09/04/2019
What happens when the musical worlds of Australian Music icon Steve Kilbey & classically trained ARIA Award winner Gareth Koch collide?.
With percussion and drums (courtesy of Barton Price of The Models fame) and Hofner Beatle bass forming the backing this intriguing tune has many overlayed acoustic, electric and classic guitar textures. Steve Kilbey’s distinctive voice carries it all along with some layered backing vocals. A truly remarkable effort.

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Super Nudist - Straight Into Your Arms     Rock 09/04/2019
Super Nudist fuse influences of Nada Surf & Death Cab For Cutie. Recent months have seen the guys gig around the Gold Coast and creeping their way into Brisbane.
Straight Into Your Arms is a song about dependency and addiction; whether the addiction is love or something else. It's about always going back for more even if it ends up hurting someone.

Victoria - At the Edge of the World     Rock, Garage, Pop, Psychedelic 09/04/2019
Victoria, new band featuring members of Youth Group, The Vines and Songs, release 2nd single ‘At the Edge of the Word’.
Patrick Matthews wrote and sings this track, which he describes as 'looking back at the world from it’s edge, which was a NSW South Coast holiday house'. Originally titled Buffalo Grass, the song includes a shoutout to Danny Allen (a friend who was out on tour across the USA at the time of writing), and a slightly psychedelic breakdown.

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Lost Woods - Bern     Rock, Pop, Easy Listening, Folk 05/04/2019
Adelaide’s Lost Woods have returned with a fresh single for their soulful new indie rock hymn, ‘Bern’, served with a sprinkling of national tour dates.
Mastered by Grammy Award winner Joe Laporta (David Bowie, Vampire Weekend, Foo Fighters) and stacked with lush harmonies buoying up vocalist Peter White’s mesmerising falsetto, this acoustic-laced slice of gently undulating folk balladry will soothe your aching soul like the soft country starlight its sonics evoke.

primetime. - our own.     Rock, Punk, Garage, Rock 05/04/2019
Dynamic and off-kilter rock for those that enjoy a good pop hook as much as a raw punk rant or twisted guitar lines.
The first song we wrote. The first song we released. Lewis yells down a stairwell. It’s quite catchy.

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Other tracks by primetime.:  fiction.  -  retrospecto.
Sly Withers - Sad Guy     Rock 05/04/2019
One of Australia’s most exciting, rising indie punk acts – Perth four-piece Sly Withers, consisting of members Jono Mata (guitar), Sam Blitvich (guitar), Joel Neubecker (drums) and Shea Moriarty (bass).
Starting off as a heart-on-your sleeve ballad, ‘Sad Guy’ eventually puts its foot down on the accelerator a minute in and perfectly highlights the emotive brand of music that has drawn them comparisons with the likes of The Hotelier and The Menzingers, as well as showcasing the unique sense of melody and harmony they share with Jimmy Eat World.

Runaway Mornings - In The Cold     Rock, Electronic 05/04/2019
Sydney songwriter William O'Donohue, aka Runaway Mornings, with a sound akin to artists like Local Natives, and Timberwolf, brings vulnerability and musical strength, beautifully into his work.
Buoyed on by crisp indie-electronic instrumentation and a deep vocal that oozes rich quality, ‘In The Cold’ captivates with each sonic swell. Personal and contemplative, Runaway Mornings puts his soul on the track and invites the listener in to become enveloped by the music.

Atom - Run Out     Rock, Punk, Electronic, Experimental 05/04/2019
Harry Howard (Crime & The City Solution, These Immortal Souls, Harry Howard & The NDE), Edwina Preston (The Moll Flanders Band, Harry Howard & The NDE) Ben Hepworth (Repairs, Eastlink).
'Run Out' is the first track from 'In Every Dream Home' - the debut album from Melbourne synth-punk band ATOM. A tough and sexy mix of New Wave and Swamp Punk. Dual vocalists, synth, keyboards, drum machines and scorching guitar. Sitting somewhere between Chrome and The Cramps, Suicide and the B52's; with a haze of Hawkwind. Killer.