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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.

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.

Matt Ward - Take Me Home     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 29/04/2019
Delivering a soulful blend Australian Country, Red Dirt and Americana music, Matt J Ward's musical journey has been anything but typical.
Take Me Home reflects on the challenges of faith, yearning and the fights between our inner demons, featuring some of Australia’s most prominent musicians and Australian country singer Brielle Davis on backing vocals. It combines elements of outlaw, bluegrass and modern Australian country to deliver a rollicking tune with fiddle solos and a catchy chorus.

Liam Brew - A Few More Dirt Roads     Country, Rock, Pop 06/05/2019
After a few years touring and re-discovering his musical headspace, Brew is back in a big way!
A Few More Dirt Roads produced by Michael Carpenter, references many of the modern technological conveniences that we are questionably better off without. Given all the so-called improvements that technology provides, it’s hard to argue that the simplicity of a dirt road, your favourite companion, and the horizon is what really helps someone live their best life.

Liam Kennedy-Clark - Bottom of an Empty Bottle     Country, Easy Listening 13/05/2019
Hailing from the serene Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Liam is a talented multi-instrumentalist as well as a gifted singer/songwriter.
Bottom Of An Empty Bottle, speaks of a love found one night at a bar with no way to find her again – a man drinking to remember, not drinking to forget. Written alongside Katelyn, Liam, and Kasey O'Donoghue, (Homegrown) this song is a reflection of the sound of country music in the 90's, with a modern twist.

Sammy White - Drowning My Sorrows     Country, Alternative Country, Blues, Roots 13/05/2019
Sammy’s sound is a perfect blend of her love for country with a hint of pop/soul, inspired by her favourite performers including Bonnie Raitt, Chris Stapleton and Amy Winehouse.
Co-written by Sammy with alt-country’s Lachlan Bryan, Drowning My Sorrows, is about hitting the bottle a little hard to cope with the things life throws at us (reminiscent of such greats as Bonnie Raitt, Chris Stapleton and Amy Winehouse).

Jetty Road - No Heartbreaks     Country, Pop 20/05/2019
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.
No Heartbreaks is the catchy new single from Jetty Road, produced by Michael Carpenter at Love HZ. The second single from the band’s upcoming album release, it delves into the lure and excitement of a no-strings attached romance, a theme Lee, Paula and Jules have never tackled before through song.

Andrew Swift - Ball & Chain     Country, Alternative Country 27/05/2019
Andrew Swift is one of the fastest up and rising Americana/Alt Country artists in Australia, earning two Golden Guitars for his album, Call Out For The Cavalry.
Ball & Chain is an up-tempo track that tells of the struggles of coping with those moments where your brain creates obstacles filled with self doubt.

Jasmine Atkins - Where I've Never Been     Country, Pop, Rock 17/06/2019
Jasmine Atkins is a vibrant new personality on the Australian Country Music landscape. This performer is quickly winning over audiences with her infectious personality and distinctive vocal delivery.
Moving to NSW recently to follow her musical aspirations, Where I've Never Been is the first step of many for Jasmine in reaching her goals. Co-written with Troy Kemp and Jeremy Barnes, the song focuses on the idea of never giving up on what you want to achieve.

The April Family - Blue Had You     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 01/07/2019
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.
At the end of a long writing day early in the process for album number 2, with only 20 minutes before home time, Whitney showed Carpenter this lyric concept. 20 minutes later the song was written around the finger picking exercises Carpenter had been doggedly practicing. This important song is written around the paralysing effects of depression and anxiety.

NeillyRich - Firewood     Country, Rock, Pop 08/07/2019
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.
Recorded in Nashville, Firewood is a catchy high-energy crowd-pleaser co-written by NeillyRich and Troy Kemp, and paints a picture of what it was like for the duo in the burgeoning stages of their personal relationship. It's a modern upbeat honky tonk, embodying the Nashville sound the band was immersed in at the time of recording.

Scarlet's Way - Move Your Body (Woah Oh Oh)     Country, Rock, Soul, Alternative Country 08/07/2019
Fronted by soulful vocalist, Katey Gabel, Scarlet's Way hail from Perth, where the duo perform regularly, between regional and interstate shows, making their mark on the country music circuit.
A vibrant neon glow with live music pumping onto a crowded street, Scarlet’s Ways new single “Move Your Body” is a salute to Nashville’s honky tonk highway. A rockin’ night out… and the morning after.

Route 33 - Hands of Time (feat. Sarah McLeod)     Country, Rock, Pop, Easy Listening 15/07/2019
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.
A beautiful country rock ballad featuring Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus), Hands of Time explores a sadly growing issue in modern society, that of suicide. Based on a real situation of involving close friends of the band, the track delves into the effect that the suicide had on a those left behind. In this case the remaining partner.

Roo Arcus - Tumbleweed     Country, Easy Listening 29/07/2019
Roo Arcus is as real as they come. He sings the way he lives, honest, true and country. He’s a cowboy, storyteller, songwriter and one heck of a recording artist.
Tumbleweed is a song about a drifter who blows in and out of town like a ‘Tumbleweed'...that person who just can’t stay still long enough to win the heart of the love of their life, written by country music heavyweight songwriters Troy Olsen, Jim Beavers & Brett Beavers, and co-produced by Tim Crouch and Roo Arcus himself.

Ross Webb - Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again     Country, Cover Version, Rock 29/07/2019
Ross Webb is a country singer based in the Southern Highlands of NSW.
Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again, the third single release from this new Australian artist is a cover of The Angels rock classic from the mid 70’s, but has a distinct change in sound and tempo.

Chelsea Berman - Wherever I Go     Country, Pop 05/08/2019
Chelsea Berman is a young singer-songwriter from the NSW Central Coast and was a finalist in 2019 Toyota Star Maker.
Wherever I Go is a catchy country pop track co-written by Berman with Melanie Dyer and Dean Ray, and it reflects some major changes as Berman ventures forward on her life’s about leaving home for the first time, but the wider theme is wherever you go in life, your home is always there...most often where your heart lies.

Kate Hindle - One Step Away     Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Rock 12/08/2019
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.
One Step Away was co-written by Hindle with Lyn Bowtell and produced by Josh Schuberth. It’s a song about the journey of going through a break-up and experiencing withdrawals. It’s a positive spin on a bad situation, taking the listener through the process of rising from the ashes, which is a theme in many of Hindle’s songs.

Andrew Swift & Gretta Ziller - Second Hand     Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic, Easy Listening 26/08/2019
Andrew Swift & Gretta Ziller are two of Australia's leading alt country/Americana vocalists - they've spoken of doing a duet for a while - this is it!
Second Hand is a track about needing to buy second hand things with a little self deprecating joke about winning the lotto or finding a rich partner to take away financial stresses, we have all had the frivolous ‘one day’ laugh to ourselves! But really it’s about the upside of buying second hand things!

Jetty Road - Bumps and Bruises     Country, Pop, Easy Listening 09/09/2019
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.
Lines, marks, scars – they all make up your history, of who you are and where you’ve been. In a world constantly seeking perfection, people seem to want to erase it all. A song about learning self-acceptance. There’s beauty in imperfection.

Kristy James - Independent     Country, Pop, Rock 16/09/2019
2019 is a big year for Newcastle singer/songwriter Kristy James as she prepares to release the first single from her forthcoming record “Independent”.
A fun party song with a strong message, Independent is a story of a woman that has had the man, he didn’t treat her as the woman she is and she recognised it. Upbeat, cool, rocky and fresh!