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Echo Del Tusker - Gold In The Silver     Rock, Garage, Soul, Pop 26/07/2019
Guitar-driven Soul Rock by former members of Tequila Mockingbyrd, Massive and Dead City Ruins. “Estelle’s vocals are stand-out... Love the new song... it’s so damn good.” -Triple M
After receiving glowing reviews for their debut EP “Words To Live By,” Echo Del Tusker return with a brand new single Gold In The Silver on 26th July. The track was recorded at Lighthill Sound Recording in Melbourne with producer Ricki Rae, and the band will once again partner with Scenestr Mag to exclusively premiere the single and video.

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FBH - Overthinkers     Rock, Punk, Rock, Rock 26/07/2019
Formed out of an unbearable yearning for nothing in particular, FBH is at once introspective and anthemic
Sydney based punx FBH a present a feel-good mosh in the form of Overthinkingers.

It's a heartwarming bop about everything being too much and just wanting to sleep instead and tbh, we feel that.

Think anywhere between Oslow, Moaning Lisa, maybe at times Violent Soho.

Forever Son - How To Smile     Rock, Folk, Alternative Country, Acoustic 26/07/2019
Forever Son is the project of Victorian surf-coast based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jack Robbins. Alternating between pensive solo moments and Folk Rock.
Forever Son returns to the aural sphere with his new single, ‘How To Smile’. The track is taken from his forthcoming album, due for release in 2020.

It's a soft rock jaunt hearkening back to the days of 70s AM radio. Recorded and mixed in Robbins’ Torquay home studio, ‘How To Smile’ is DIY folk-rock at its finest.

Frankenfido - Watcher On The Wall     Rock, Pop, Psychedelic 26/07/2019
Frankenfido evolved as a fun chaotic jam band that suddenly evolved into a going concern that's destined to lift commercial music up from the depths of mediocrity, irrelevance and apathy.
'Watcher on the Wall' the sophomore track from Brisbane band Frankenfido, that deals with the sacrifice and moral ambiguity of those who fight our wars.

Loosely inspired by the 'Wall' in Game Of Thrones, the tracks acoustic beginnings foreshadow a climaxing buildup to an all encompassing finale that comes with a massive chorus and soaring solos. Definitely "5 stars"!

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Fraser Bell - On Edge     Rock, Folk, Pop 26/07/2019
Fraser Bell is a Brisbane folk-rock artist. The live band is Joe Wilson (lead guitar), Joe Witzerman (acoustic guitar), Henry Gachette (bass) and Tom Hogarth (drums).
Track 1 of EP, 'On Edge' is a folk-rock, guitar-heavy song that recalls the experience of moving from a small town to a city.

Other tracks by Fraser Bell:  Royal Festival Hall  -  Wallflower
Kevin Tiah - Into Our Peace (feat. Jamie Mac)     Rock, Metal 26/07/2019
Kevin Tiah is a Sydney based multi-genre songwriter. Working towards his debut album, Keivn has worked with folk, jazz and pop artist, Jamie Mac for on this latest single.
Into Our Peace revives a rare sound in the world of duets by combining elements from Hard Rock, Metalcore and Djent Riffs, while contrasting the upbeat instrumentals with a more gentle vocalisation. Kevin Tiah and Jamie Mac to express their share of trouble as binary stars shining through the void allowing us greater understanding of ourselves and our common paths.

Luke Spook - Small Town     Rock, Folk, Psychedelic, World 26/07/2019
Luke Spook is a psychedelic folk-rocker based in Wollongong, NSW. Spook sings songs and tells tales of the past, but they're truly his very own.
As described by Spook, “it’s about the dynamics, rumours, secrets and folklore of small towns everywhere. Each town is unique but I think you’ll find the same social politics universally. Most small towns have a strange and interesting history only known to the townspeople, whether these fables are true or not is up to you”.


Mitchell Jones - Fruitcake     Rock, Blues 26/07/2019
Mitchell Jones is a singer songwriter currently living and working in Melbourne, Australia. Blending rock, blues and pop to create a unique and fun style of his own.
Fruitcake is a bouncy, gritty rock number with an upbeat edge and low fi vibe.

Other tracks by Mitchell Jones:  Shakin'  -  Anywhere but Here
Morning Morning - Mind You Bend     Rock, Psychedelic, Experimental, Drum 'n' Bass / Jungle 26/07/2019
Morning Morning are a World Beat duo inspired by Psychedelic sounds from around the globe.
Mind You Bend is a glitchy jungle groove hidden in the mind of a crazed circus ring man.

Other tracks by Morning Morning:  I Breathe Air  -  2 Is 1
Myoora - Skyward     Rock, Pop, Instrumental, Metal 26/07/2019
Myoora is Daniel Nesci & Daniel Pinto, players of guitar and writers of music.
Skyward serves as the next big step for guitarist/composers Daniel Nesci and Daniel Pinto. Drawing inspiration from Plini, Aaron Marshal and Misha Mansoor, Myoora uses this single to show a side of themselves with a firm grasp on balancing elements – creating a sublime mix of technically proficient instrumentals and graceful, thought-provoking composition.

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Nelipot - Lucy's Better     Rock 26/07/2019
Following on from releasing their critically praised single ‘Garden Hose Rainbows’, Central Coast-based indie-rock trio Nelipot have just revealed their new single ‘LUCY (better)’
Nelipot’s punk leanings roar into the sunset on muted searing guitars, before dropping to a half-time rolling chorus. “It’s just a song about the joy in finding new addiction” says Olyslagers.

Richard Grewar - Share The Road     Rock, Acoustic, Pop, Easy Listening 26/07/2019
Born in England, raised in Australia, now living in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Championing Aussie music in the US.
Share The Road is about sharing each others wins, losses, struggles and a universal call to action to have each others backs in such divisive times that we live in. Somewhere along the way we forgot how to listen to each other. My hope is that this will change.

The Chats - Identity Theft     Rock, Punk, Garage 26/07/2019
From the Sunshine Coast to selling out in LA, smoko to Iggy Pop - The Chats are only just beginning their world domination.
Australian national treasures, The Chats, have given us their cracking new single 'Identity Theft' (out via their own label Bargain Bin Records).

Continuing their hedonistic pursuit of A Bloody Good Time, on 'Identity Theft', they hit a snag in the road when an online pingaz transaction goes awry. A cautionary tale about hackers stealing your identity and peril that follows.

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Tropical Fu*k Storm - Who's My Eugene     Rock 26/07/2019
Tropical Fu*k Storm (aka TFS) are Gareth Liddiard and Fiona Kitschin (The Drones), Lauren Hammel (High Tension) and Erica Dunn (Harmony, Palm Springs).
“Who’s My Eugene?” contemplates a more personal example of predatory mind control. “It's about Eugene Landy, the doctor that drugged the sh*t out of Brian Wilson and emptied his bank account"

Turtle Wave - Deprived     Rock, Psychedelic 26/07/2019
Five piece band of jazzy psych surf rock oddballs crawling straight outta Melbourne
Off the back of their debut single, maximalist jazzy psych surf rockers Turtle Wave return with their newest single, ‘Deprived’; a moody slow build that expands and explodes into shivery psychedelic melodies. Rising to become a crowd favourite, ‘Deprived’ allows an introspective look into the band’s evolving journey.

Other tracks by Turtle Wave:  Visitation
Brian Raynor - Those Lies     Rock, Pop 25/07/2019
Brian Raynor is an Adelaide-based singer/songwriter entertainer.
This is a song about betrayal and separation, but one that hopes for reconciliation.

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Duck Teeth - Boring     Rock, Garage 25/07/2019
Duck Teeth are Perth’s newest ~Pizza Rock~ four piece, so far spending their time writing a heap of music, eating pizza and sharing memes.
Boring is an inward look at not being here or there and struggling with dumb coping mechanisms to escape your own thoughts.

The Buzzing Towers - Chasing The Sun     Rock 25/07/2019
From a sprawling range of backgrounds, cultures and musical stylings, Brisbane has spat out an offering of sonic proportions, “The Buzzing Towers”.
It's as if the clouds have parted to deliver ‘Chasing The Sun’,

Their no-nonsense sound wastes little time before breaking the mundane, with lead guitarist Nelly Kumta's searing riffs rivaling the best of ’90’s rock. Fierce drums and an anthemic chorus sustain the vigorous sonic rock punch, with each beat and chant carrying the gloom of the 9-5 grind away.

The Empty Threats - Sanity Russel     Rock, Psychedelic 25/07/2019
The Empty Threats are an Adelaide-based 5-piece, with elements of modern and psych rock combining soaked guitar tones, driving drum and bass parts, and male and female vocals
The Empty Threats' latest offering ‘Sanity Russel’ is an abrupt concoction of unadulterated, high voltage, Rock experimentation. Observing the internal psychosis of everyday artists who drive themselves to the edge of insanity, attempting to break through with their craft.

Toxic Bears - Stolen Shoe Sprawl     Rock, Experimental, Garage 24/07/2019
Toxic Bears are an avant garage, experimental punk band out of Brisbane. Their music ranges from melodic hardcore to funk, jazz and Latin-infused garage rock.
Unconscious... check. Clothes... check. Both shoes... negative.

Propped against the alcoves and vending machines of Japan's nocturnal streetscape, these men lay oblivious to the harsh daylight that awaits them for their limp home. Stolen Shoe Sprawl by Toxic Bears empathetically describes the plight of those who overindulge... it could be you or me.

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