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Taj Ralph - All I Do     Pop, Hip Hop 08/12/2018
Taj Ralph has spent most of 2018 with his head buried in textbooks. Having graduated from high school, the emerging artist can now get back to his first love, music.
Taj shares his brand new single ‘All I Do’. The track sees him team up with long time collaborator Taras Hrubyj-Piper and producer Nic Martin. Showcasing a unique blend of jazz guitar and modern RnB, fused with slick production and Taj’s dreamy vocals – the song is a breezy summer anthem in the making.

Drapht - 24hrs of Sunlight     Hip Hop 30/11/2018
Australian hip-hop pioneer Drapht has a special treat for his fans today. The multi platinum, ARIA award winning Perth artist has just dropped Part 2 of his sprawling Arabella Street.
The concept for '24hrs of Sunlight' has travelled through many different production styles and life forms over the last 7 years. The idea originally came from a David Attenborough documentary about the midnight sun in the arctic - where vulnerable animals would be on constant high alert without a place to hide.

Oh Pep! - Hurt Nobody     Pop 19/10/2018
Melbourne duo Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs explore the melody-rich expanse between indie pop and alt-folk in their upcoming second album, while coming of age and seeing the world.
"Hurt Nobody" is an atmospheric anthem that builds slowly, with stormy beats slowly gathering around harmonised, breathy vocals until it comes to a cacophonous end. Composed in the midst of a "bomb cyclone" storm, Olivia explains “There was this underlying eeriness that day. The energy was apocalyptic, because we were snowed in."

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San Cisco - When I Dream     Pop, Rock 12/09/2018
Fremantle 4-piece San Cisco have started work on their fourth album, to be released in 2019. The first taste is ‘When I Dream’, an acoustic led power pop gem.
Fremantle 4-piece San Cisco have started work on their fourth full length album, to be released in 2019. The first taste is ‘When I Dream’, an acoustic led power pop gem.

Oh Pep! - What's The Deal With David     Pop 21/08/2018
Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs (Oh Pep!) formed in music secondary school in Melbourne and are part of the new indie-folk wave spearheaded by acts like AngieMcMahon & Julia Jacklin.
"What's The Deal With David" thoughtfully explores the melody-rich expanse between indie pop and alt-folk, while dipping into themes of growing older, and seeing the world.

The Cat Empire - Ready Now     Pop, Jazz, Roots, World 03/07/2018
The Cat Empire are a six piece (plus friends!) from Melbourne. Jazz, Pop, Ska, Reggae, Hip Hop, you name it, it's all in there and Australia loves them for it.
Felix Riebl describes, “Ready Now began as an accidental one hand arpeggio on a keyboard with an obnoxious synth horn sound on. It turned into a hard-hitting and fairly epic sounding fanfare that sounds like a dark marching band in flight. Lyrically it’s full of frustration and conflict, but the music gives it an edge of joy.”

The Dead Love - Wake Up     Rock, Grunge 22/06/2018
Hailing from Sydney, self-professed "sh**ty grunge" larrikins The Dead Love are set to release their new single 'Wake Up,' ahead of a east coast national tour.
Wake Up is a heartfelt and thought-provoking rock song with a powerful message."It's a reminder that violence towards women is still very much present among us and happening closer than you think. It’s a story of an ugly breakup turning physical, and touches on how some friends stayed silent, even while others spoke up.”- Stevie Knight, Frontman

The Living End - Don't Lose It     Rock 22/06/2018
One of Australia's most loved bands The Living End are back with their new single 'Don't Lose It', a testament to their quintessential sound of killer riffs, hooks and choruses.
‘Don’t Lose It’ is a clarion call to the breadth of fire and intensity still stirring strongly within Chris, Scott and Andy. The track itself is quintessential Living End - packed with killer riffs, hooks and choruses. It is the first release to emerge from an inspired writing and recording session done in Berlin earlier this year.


The Dead Love - Ordinary     Metal/Punk, Grunge 02/03/2018
Sydney based Grunge band The Dead Love. Have shared stages locally and abroad with the likes of Gang Of Youths, Dune Rats, Aerosmith (usa), Smith Street Band, etc.
The Dead Love bring driving grunge with a taste of punk to their new track 'Ordinary'. A great party track with a catchy, sing-along chorus, 'Ordinary' is a confirmed live banger. Leading the band into a possible album release in the coming year, 'Ordinary' is sure to be a hit.

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High-tails - Family Holiday     Pop, Electronic 07/12/2017
Kicking off with a celebratory "Woo!", it's time to welcome back Wagga-via-Sydney's guitar-pop heart-throbs High-tails!
Family Holiday is the nostalgia packed third single from Sydney sweethearts High-tails album 'A Slight Hi' (OUT NOW).

The track features a delicious Saxophone solo by Sarah Sykes of Sunscreen and Flowertruck and is the summer anthem we have all been waiting for!

Moon Brain - Beginning     Rock, Garage 25/10/2017
After fronting and touring with alt/rock act Nantes for five years, David Rogers returns with new project MOON BRAIN and a debut mini-album in tow.
Moon Brain releases second single "Beginning" off the self titled mini album. Beginning is a true epic, complete with soaring guitars hooks and brooding vocals.

Wesley Fuller - Biggest Fan     Rock, Pop, Psychedelic 04/10/2017
Perth-born, Melbourne-based power pop boy wonder Wesley Fuller writes swirling psych, jangly pop and punchy, crunchy glam songs armed with his trusty white Gibson Flying V and his corkscrew hair.
Biggest Fan came to me early on a freezing Melbourne winter’s morning. In my hazy stupor I managed to find the voice recorder on my phone and captured the first verse. I‘d been listening to T-Rex, James Brown, The Sweet. Perhaps that influenced the funky glam stomp vibe.

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The Dead Love - Sugarcoat     Metal/Punk, Rock 15/08/2017
Sydney grunge band The Dead Love can be described as nothing less than incendiary. Since their inception, TDL have maintained a blistering pace, touring relentlessly across Australia & North America.
Sugarcoat is the blistering new new single from The Dead Love. Recorded at The Grove studios, Sugarcoat is the follow up to 2016's breakout singles 'Summer' and 'Wastelands' and the band's first new music for 2017.

Moon Brain - Pliskin     Rock, Pop 15/08/2017
After fronting and touring with alt/rock act Nantes for five years, releasing two EPs and an album, David Rogers returns with new project MOON BRAIN and mini-album in tow.
The first single and first track “Pliskin”, is a classic Rogers’ anthem, complete with soaring guitars hooks and waves of analog synthesiser with a nod to European synth heroes Apparat and Air. Six tracks follow including the cascading “Chronicle”, the epic “Lost Your Mind” and the pulsating journey of “Beginning”.

Fountaineer - Sirens     Rock 02/08/2017
Bendigo three-piece Fountaineer are comprised of brothers Anthony and Francis White and childhood friend Kieran Daly who have joined together after a history of playing music in other bands.
These small town guys are broaching big issues and touch on the existential in their new single 'Sirens (parts 1 &2)'

High-tails - All The Time     Rock 02/08/2017
Kicking off with a celebratory "Woo!", it's time to welcome back Wagga-via-Sydney's guitar-pop heart-throbs High-tails with their revved-up new single "All The Time".
Kicking off with a celebratory "Woo!", it's time to welcome back Wagga-via-Sydney's guitar-pop heart-throbs High-tails with their revved-up new single "All The Time".

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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Fountaineer - The Cricketers     Rock, Atmospheric 26/04/2017
Bendigo three-piece Fountaineer introduce their soaring new single ‘The Cricketers’. With its driving rhythms and dynamic chorus - the song is a winter anthem in the making.
Bendigo three-piece Fountaineer introduce their soaring new single ‘The Cricketers’ today. With its driving rhythms and dynamic chorus – the song is a clarion call to all the daytime dreamers and a winter anthem in the making.


Northeast Party House - Calypso Beach     Electronic, Dance 09/02/2017
Northeast Party House are a six piece from Melbourne. With a critically acclaimed debut album and an impressive touring history, the band continue to deliver tracks across the alternative/dance genre.
'Calypso Beach' was written in Melbourne, then re-worked in London becoming one of the earlier songs written for Dare. "It started to then have a life of its own as we stripped back the beginning giving the song a chance to breathe and take on an almost ballad like dynamic”.

Other tracks by Northeast Party House:  Heartbreaker  -  For You
Fountaineer - Words With Friends     Rock 07/02/2017
Bendigo trio Fountaineer release their new single ‘Words With Friends’ today. First piece of new music since 2016's Still Life. Fountaineer have played with Middle Kids and Gang Of Youths
There’s a sleepy lethargy that asserts itself at the beginning of ‘Words With Friends’, but it’s clear that there’s tension brewing beneath the surface. The culmination of that frustration is the ominous bridge towards the end of the song which explodes into a rock laden guitar riff.