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Harmony - Indifference     Rock 19/07/2018
Harmony coast through verse, chorus and coda like a tropical cyclone. Their sound is a mongrel concoction of gallows blues and balladry, but offset by glorious three-part gospel vocal ensemble.
‘Indifference’ is arguably the closest thing to a ballad that Harmony have written. A gentle, twining riff runs throughout, framing the song and exuding a warmth that reflects a very particular kind of love. It encapsulates both the strong themes and the vulnerability of love, with singer Tom Lyngcoln crooning lines of lifelong devotion.

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Pagan - Silver     Metal/Punk, Rock 03/07/2018
On the cusp of releasing their debut album, Melbourne's blackened rock 'n' roll band Pagan have charmed audiences with their unique candour and straight-up saucy attitude since forming in 2015
A song about toxic relationships and how two people in love can sometimes bring out the worst in each other, 'Silver' rolls through with a real 70s rock vibe layered over Pagan's unique brand of Italian-inspired blackened punk/metal.

Moon Rituals - Sky Dance     Pop 18/06/2018
Moon Rituals is the solo project of minimalist synth pop from Melbourne musician Sarah Hardiman, and the result of a three-year long collaboration with Mikey Young.
'Sky Dance’ takes its lyrics from the poem ‘A Mid-February Sky Dance’, which reflects the album’s celestial motifs. Familiar melodies promote the drama of the 80s, the honesty of first times, while cinematic lyrics survey a landscape of totemic moons, dance floor lights and dancing at the wrong end of the night.

Other tracks by Moon Rituals:  Moon Dream  -  I Can Hear The F**k
Harmony - I Love You     Rock 15/06/2018
From the moment Alex and Tom Lyngcoln said “I do”, Harmony became the bleak and harrowing output for an otherwise happy marriage.
‘I Love You’ is the opening to Double Negative. After wading in the waters of loss, grief and despair, Harmony turn their heads toward the light, to talk about love. They approach love in typically blunt fashion, leaning into matters of the heart with appreciation for its complexities.

Way Dynamic - So Bizarre     Pop 30/05/2018
Way Dynamic makes makes sentimental alt pop with a classic and considered sense of harmony. Songs routinely drop from an active production line, neatly-packaged and easily digestible.
Way Dynamic makes sentimental alt-pop with a classic and considered sense of harmony. Songs routinely drop from an active production line, neatly-packaged and easily digestible.

Michael Beach - sessin     Rock 02/05/2018
Michael Beach is a Melbourne-based musician who writes, records, and performs under his own name, and as a member of Melbourne trio Shovels.
Split Singles Club was created by Milk! & Bedroom Suck Records with the aim of bringing together and documenting the community of musicians & creativity that surrounds them. The torch has been passed to Poison City Records, and Our Golden Friend who have lovingly curated the eagerly awaited 2018 instalment.

BENCH PRESS - Baby Steps     Rock, Garage, Punk 27/04/2018
Melbourne's BENCH PRESS straddle the sound of classic post-punk and the gritty style of garage-rock that their hometown of Melbourne is well versed in.
Bench Press’s ‘Baby Steps’ is all flinty muscle, armed with a great skittering hook and a cathartic bark recalling Ian MacKaye’s Fugazi-era growl.

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Bitch Diesel - Power     Rock 27/04/2018
Made up of members from SMB and Modesty, the three-piece punk outfit have been bringing their raw rock n’ roll to Melbourne since the bitter end of 2016.
'Power' is a raw rock n’ roll track, self-described as "intricately composed liquor infused notes of genius."

Harmony - Daisy Cutter     Rock 27/04/2018
Harmony coast through verse, chorus and coda like a tropical cyclone. Their sound is a mongrel concoction of gallows blues and balladry, but offset by glorious three-part gospel vocal ensemble.
Their sound is a mongrel concoction of gallows blues and balladry, but offset by a glorious three part gospel vocal ensemble, that lifts the song out of the dark and into thrilling, yet haunting territory.

Mere Women - Skin     Rock, Punk 27/04/2018
Mere Women have continually explored new structures in greater depth with a collaborative writing process, with the aim to find new ways of expressing and writing popular music through post-punk.
Haunting, restless and impeccably composed, Mere Women have taken their sound to another level and found the space between keys and guitar that they had not previously explored, and broken the barriers of the predictable male-dominated status quo of post-punk.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Amelia Jenner, FBi, Sydney (NSW)

Moody Beaches - Guns     Rock, Punk 27/04/2018
Moody Beaches are a new post-punk grunge project from Melbourne, featuring members of La Bastard, Hot Wings, & millennia teen dreams Sugarfiend.
Moody Beaches’ ‘Guns’ is a driving, shout-along anthem roughened with gnashing distortion and squealing feedback, with Lienhop turning her famous soul-style singing chops to a leaner and more immediate approach

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Pagan - Death Before Disco     Metal/Punk, Rock 21/03/2018
Embracing their Italian roots in an almost sarcastic fashion until it’s almost become serious, Pagan have charmed audiences with their unique candour and straight-up saucy attitude since forming in 2015.
Listening to ‘Death Before Disco’ with the volume up is a non-negotiable. It’s intricate, deafening and large. Pagan have come together to write a song that is played with such unstoppable ferocity that they not only sound like a band on a mission, but a band that’s at full-blown war.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Gloria Brancatisano, SYN, Melbourne (VIC)

Tom Lyngcoln - Gemini Orion     Rock, Garage 17/03/2018
Tom Lyngcoln (The Nation Blue, Harmony) has been bending notes into human heads since the mid-90’s. Two decades in the making, he is proud to release his debut solo album.
‘Gemini Orion’ is about what it might feel like to be swept out to sea at night, watching the lights in people’s houses turn off as they go to bed one by one. The music is tense, spacious and volatile, the sounds are both distant and immediate.

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Camp Cope - How To Socialise And Make Friends     Rock, Punk 14/03/2018
Born in a backyard over home job tattoos, Camp Cope formed in 2015 and sing about what it's like to be a woman in the world.
Recorded live in three takes, ‘How To Socialise & Make Friends’ is an upbeat anthem of independence, resilience and being yourself in the face of life’s challenges. Highlighting Georgia’s iconic lyricism, its a perfectly observant yet sarcastically blistering tale of expectations abed crunching guitars, clashing drums and melodic bass hooks.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Aeron Clark, Edge, Hobart (TAS)

2018 ARIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Rock Album

Other tracks by Camp Cope:  The Face of God
Tom Lyngcoln - Teardrops     Rock, Garage, Experimental, Soundscapes 02/03/2018
Tom Lyngcoln (The Nation Blue, Harmony) has been bending notes into human heads since the mid-90’s. Two decades in the making, he is proud to release his debut solo album.
'Teardrops' is the lead single from Tom Lyngcoln's anticipated debut album 'Doming Home'. Doming Home is a collection of 11 songs for voice and guitar, that are about sharks, but primarily about fear and negative space. The music is tense, spacious and volatile, yet wades knee-deep into traditional song.

Divide and Dissolve - Resistance     Metal/Punk, Garage, Experimental, Ethnic 01/02/2018
Divide And Dissolve are a heavy two-piece utilising drums, guitar, saxophone and live effects to create music which is designed to empower Black & Indigenous people and dismantle white supremacy.
Resistance is an instrumental, atmospheric piece brimming with tension and beauty. On their new single, the band explain, “Our existence represents their failure in their attempt to wipe us from our homelands. Every breathe and step we take absolutely dismantles their frivolous efforts to extinguish Indigenous Sovereignty.”

Moonlover - Queen of Sheba     Rock, Electronic, Pop 01/02/2018
Moonlover is the musical project of Melbourne based mystic reveller Quang Dinh (formerly of Little Red). In tune with his moniker, Moonlover aligns all his releases with the lunar calendar.
‘Queen of Sheba’ builds on Moonlover’s charming voice and the song’s luring bass runs with playful synth layers and colorful overlays. Laden with sonic surprises, every listen brings something new to the experience, from the extraterrestrial-esque soundFX to trickling overdubs of colourful picking guitar and eastern arpeggios.

Divide and Dissolve - Assimilation     Metal/Punk, Classical 15/12/2017
Heavy two-piece Divide and Dissolve utilize drums, guitar, saxophone & live effects to create music designed to decolonize, dismantle white supremacy and empower Black & Indigenous people the world over.
On the story behind their new single ‘Assimilation’, the band share: “We are still experiencing the fatal effects of the continuation of the colonial project. They continue to demand that we forget about our ancestors, traditions, and ways of survival that have existed and sustained us since time immemorial.”

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Camp Cope - The Opener     Rock, Punk 22/11/2017
Born in a backyard over home job tattoos, Camp Cope formed in 2015 and sing about what it's like to be a woman in the world.
‘The Opener’ is a no holds barred account of what it’s like to be a woman in the music world. Told through the clever lyrics and winding bass hooks, ‘The Opener’ calls on the men who’ve told Camp Cope to do things every other way but their own.

2018 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN IN MUSIC AWARDS FINALIST: Breakthrough Artist Award

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Lilah - Pushed Your Hands     Pop, Ambience, Electronic 15/11/2017
Lilah moved to Brisbane to explore her love of music, and there she found her love for all things electronic and ambient, which quickly began to inform her song writing.
Gloomy and lovelorn, ‘Pushed Your Hands’ grew out of the darkness of tortured love. Desperate-come-empowered vocals sit abed layers of seductive strings, weaving ambient synth lines and romantic crescendos. Her voice realises calm after a tumultuous reckoning. Singing of a darker time, the struggle to remove herself from tragic love.