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Hayley Jensen - Next Big Thing     Country, Pop, Rock, Dance 17/04/2019
Hayley Jensen's musical journey has been eclectic, bursting onto the scene through Australian Idol, but ultimately returning to the genre that launched her career - country.
Next Big Thing was written by Jensen about consumerism, hype and fleeting fame in our ‘disposable society’. With so much choice at our fingertips and such short attention spans, whether it’s a TV show or a favourite song or artist, one thing comes and another goes, and we move on to the ‘next big thing’ without batting an eyelid.

Hayley Jensen - Next Big Thing (Rukkus Room Remix)     Country, Electronic, Pop, Rock 15/04/2019
Hayley Jensen's musical journey has been eclectic, bursting onto the scene through Australian Idol, but ultimately returning to the genre that launched her career - country.
The ‘Rukkus Room Remix’ of ‘Next Big Thing’ is a fresh newly mixed single version of the track by the producer who created the original masterpiece. It captures all the elements of the original track with, in Jamie’s words, “more goodness”. Jamie Tate’s sophisticated, dark and edgy production of this song captures the intention of the lyric so perfectly.

Hayley Jensen - Next Big Thing (Transient Park Remix)     Electronic, Pop, Techno 15/04/2019
Hayley Jensen's musical journey has been eclectic, bursting onto the scene through Australian Idol, but ultimately returning to the genre that launched her career - country.
Fun fact: Next Big Thing was originally written by Hayley Jensen as an electronic pop track before being transformed into a rockier release on her ‘Turning Up The Dial’ album. The production team (Paul & Divy) had never heard the original demo, but the song lent itself beautifully to this incarnation. A truly lux, dynamic and moody electronic pop production.

Taylor Moss - Take It From Me     Country, Pop 15/04/2019
Taylor Moss has come a long way in a short time, but this exciting young artist has found her stride in the Country arena.
Take It From Me is the latest release from Queensland pop-country starlet Taylor Moss, penned by Moss with Aussie ex-pat Katrina Burgoyne and Nashville local Mary Cutter. A super-catchy, modern country styled track, produced by Golden Guitar winner Matt Fell, it’s based on actual events in Taylor’s life.

NeillyRich - Hey You     Country, Pop, Rock 05/04/2019
In 2012, two paths converged when NZ born Matthew McNeilly met Kempsey girl, Amelia Richards in Tamworth. Their musical passions aligned, resulting in the formation of contemporary country duo NeillyRich.
Hey You is a catchy modern country track co-written with Golden-Guitar and CMC award winner Troy Kemp and songwriting partner Jeremy Barnes, and produced by Grammy award-winning Nashville producer, Jamie Tate. The lyrics follow a couple from that initial explosion of chemistry through to the leap of faith that takes a spark to a flame.

Abbie Ferris - Beat You At Your Own Game     Country, Pop, Rock 25/03/2019
Abbie Ferris is an 18 year old true blue country girl who has already written with some of the finest songwriters in Australian country music.
Beat You At Your Own Game, co-written by Abbie with producer, Michael Carpenter, depicts a very personal experience, where Ferris, as an impressionable teen, was conditioned to believe she should settle for less than her true value. It shows a strength of attitude within a young woman, as she takes up the life-long challenge to prove her doubters wrong.

Gretta Ziller - Go On     Country, Blues, Rock 14/03/2019
With diverse roots spanning blues, rock, pop, classical, jazz, folk and bluegrass, Gretta Ziller’s sound resembles that of classic Americana.
Go On is a cool, bluesy country track about losing someone to their dreams. It's about being sad for that loss yet happy for them for pursuing what they want to do, but letting them know you're not going to sit around waiting for them to come back for you either!

Glenn Shorrock - Cool Change     Rock, Pop, Easy Listening, Cover Version 04/03/2019
With a career spanning more than 50 years, Glenn Shorrock is one of the elder statesmen of Australian contemporary show business.
An updated and re-imagined rendition of Cool Change by Glenn Shorrock produced by Steve Balbi.

Route 33 - Kryptonite     Country, Pop, Rock 04/03/2019
With music as effortlessly catchy as Route 33’s, crowd interaction seems a fait accompli. Now it’s time to hit the road and find all those good times that lie ahead.
Kryptonite's the second single from Route 33’s forthcoming album (expected second half of 2019). It signals a more intense, rock feel, in line with the ongoing energy of the album. It explores the power the right woman has over a man. Defying logic, a man will pursue her essentially making her his Kryptonite, choosing the chase over his personal protection.

Kirsty Lee Akers - Skeletons     Country, Rock, Alternative Country, Pop 18/02/2019
Kirsty Lee Akers is a multi-award winning Country artist who self-produced her latest and 5th studio album, Under My Skin.
Skeletons is a moody track that emphasises the fact no matter how squeaky clean someone may seem, there are always a few Skeletons lurking in their closet. At a time when people are often yelling their views from their nearest media platform, it is an extremely relevant theme. As the metaphor reads “People in glass houses should not throw stones”.

Chalkie White - Star In Your Car     Country, Rock 12/02/2019
Chalkie White is a pure entertainer, touring and performing across Australia for the past 20 years, cementing himself in the Country Music scene with his latest album.
Star In Your Car takes you to that moment where you’re either stuck in traffic somewhere or driving down that winding country road, and captures the sense of freedom and escape you get when your favourite song comes on...your cares fade away and it’s all about the track, singing it loud and becoming a star in your car.

Kate Hindle - Heart Bleed     Country, Alternative Country, Folk, Pop 04/02/2019
Kate Hindle’s warm vocal tones and raw lyrics take the listener on a journey of love, personal victory, positivity and a yet a touch of heartache.
Heart Bleed is the latest honest, catchy and sassy single from singer-songwriter, Kate Hindle, the production and storyline coming together with a beautifully raw and real feel that brings the song to life, with producer, Josh Schuberth, capturing the hooks and emotions with perfection.

Chelsea Berman - Kiss Me Like You Miss Me     Country, Pop 29/01/2019
Chelsea Berman is a young singer-songwriter from the NSW Central Coast and was a finalist in this year's Toyota Star Maker.
Kiss Me Like You Miss Me was co-written by Berman with Golden Guitar winning artist Troy Kemp. A fresh track with a youthful country feel and catchy hook that will stay in your head for days, it's a song about the beginnings of a relationship.

Glenn Shorrock - It's A Long Way There     Rock, Pop, Easy Listening 14/01/2019
With a career spanning more than 50 years, Glenn Shorrock is one of the elder statesmen of Australian contemporary show business.
An updated rendition of It's A Long Way There by Glenn Shorrock produced by Steve Balbi, In studio with other top class musicians including Pete Drummond (drums), Jak Housden (guitar1), James Van Cooper (guitar2), Dario Bortolin (bass), Robbie Woolf (keys), Glenn Cunningham (bv’s), Hugh Wilson (bv’s), Mitchell Rogers (lap steel), and Ross Middleton (sax).

Kristy James - Everything to Nothing     Country, Pop, Rock 14/01/2019
Kristy James is an award-winning Newcastle-based singer/songwriter who started performing at age 11. Her sound is a little country, a little rock 'n' roll and a whole lot of attitude.
A powerful country rock song, Everything to Nothing is big and it’s angry; a story of a woman frustratingly trying to understand what happened to her relationship and how you can go from being someone’s everything to their nothing, literally overnight and explores many of the emotions we feel when faced with our loved one turning ‘cold’ on us.

The April Family - Champagne     Country, Alternative Country, Blues, Jazz 11/01/2019
The April Family have been quietly working away, building a name and a steady body of work since forming in 2015, their sound a fusion of classic country and rock.
Champagne is a playfully bitter new single featuring lead vocalist Kylie Whitney soulfully twanging about the relative merits of one of her favourite drinks when compared to her relationship history, lead guitarist Casey Atkins, and Michael Carpenter on banjo, acoustic guitar, drums and upright bass, with 3-part harmonies that have become so fundamental to the evolving sound of the band.

Matt Ward - Back to the Country     Country, Alternative Country, Easy Listening 09/01/2019
Delivering a soulful blend Australian Country, Red Dirt and Americana music, Matt J Ward's musical journey has been anything but typical.
Back To The Country delivers the feel of a country-rock classic, via the story of three Australian friends tied up in unsatisfactory jobs wanting to return to their roots working on the land. With spirited drive, rolling lyrics and brilliant musicianship, the track shows Matt’s songwriting versatility.

Glenn Shorrock - The Night Owls     Pop, Easy Listening, Rock, Live Performance 13/12/2018
With a career spanning more than 50 years, Glenn Shorrock is one of the elder statesmen of Australian contemporary show business.
An updated rendition of The Night Owls by Glenn Shorrock produced by Steve Balbi. In studio with Glenn were other top class musicians including Pete Drummond (drums), Jak Housden (guitar1), James Van Cooper (guitar2), Dario Bortolin (bass), Robbie Woolf (keys), Glenn Cunningham (bv’s), Hugh Wilson (bv’s), Phil Stack (upright bass on Reminiscing), Mitchell Rogers (lap steel), and Ross Middleton (sax).

Jetty Road - Because We Can     Country, Pop 10/12/2018
Melbourne-based trio, Paula & Lee Bowman (identical twins) and Julian Sammut are Jetty Road, described as a tapestry of pop and country, with a hint of folk.
Because We Can is the brand-new single from two-time Golden Guitar winners, Jetty Road. A feel-good anthem of the Australian summer, it's a catchy, upbeat and powerful track written by Lee, Paula and Julian to celebrate life, love and that irresistible feeling of freedom, featuring Jetty Road’s trademark harmonies.

Dani Young - Stepping Stones     Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic, Folk 03/12/2018
Dani Young is a Sydney singer-songwriter unafraid to bleed through deeply personal storytelling - gutsy, vulnerable, powerful, inspired.
Written by Young on a Sydney bus, Stepping Stones is a catchy country track, and sounds like Paul Kelly and The Lumineers wrote the soundtrack to a Spaghetti Western film. Featuring a cowboy whistle track, moody vocals and a deceptively joyful beat, the lyrics touch on regional and rural depression particularly among young people.