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Hollow Coves - When We Were Young     Folk, Chill 16/08/2019
A dynamic indie folk group brimming with the band’s passion for travel and observing different shades of the world, Hollow Coves is the project of Ryan Henderson and Matt Carins.
When we first started writing When We Were Young the melodies lead us to reflect on times from our youth. Missing the simplicity of life back then. As you get older there are so many new and exciting adventures that weren’t available in previous seasons of life. Even just having that change of perspective can make such a difference.

Moreton - See Yourself     Pop, Easy Listening, Chill 16/08/2019
Finding light and hope from within powerful, sometimes haunting songs, Moreton, a rock band with a folk heart, challenging darkness with a mission to find the beauty and humanity inside.
See Yourself tackles a heavy but universal question, letting a new love witness your flaws for the first time, and asking if they'll stay by you. A bad habit, an addiction, a vice, or more specifically the battle with depression. "It's a common story, that our loved ones are the last to know when we're at our worst."

Pacific Avenue - Something Good     Rock, Garage 09/08/2019
In 2017, on the coastal town of Kiama on Pacific Avenue, a four-piece garage rock band was born, blending authentic rock & roll with today’s modern sound.
Overflowing with rock’n’roll energy harkening back to the glory days of surf rock, "Something Good" strikes a literal chord to the very core of these South-Coast legends.

The Great Emu War Casualties - Welcome and Good Luck     Pop, Rock, Britpop 09/08/2019
Quirky, eclectic and eccentric; The Great Emu War Casualties are Melbourne's answer to the current Britpop/ indie-pop drought, having produced a unique revamp of the genre's sound.
'Welcome and Good Luck' is your classic bright, indie pop track, reminiscent of The Wombats, Arctic Monkeys and Two Door Cinema Club. It is the perfect hark back to summer that we all need right about now and is the band's answer to the current Britpop/ indie-pop drought.

The Great Emu War Casualties - Welcome and Good Luck     Pop, Rock 09/08/2019
The band's tracks are described as quirky, eclectic and eccentric, and are a pop group who cite Talking Heads, The Killers, Everything Everything and John Grant among their main influences.
The track is your classic bright, indie pop/rock, reminiscent of The Wombats, Arctic Monkeys and Two Door Cinema Club, and is the perfect hark back to summer.

Dande and The Lion - Twilight Highway     Pop 02/08/2019
“Twilight Highway” is the follow up to their single “Stardust”, accompanied by an innovative animated music video. These tracks precede their EP, recorded and produced by Lachlan Mitchell (The Jezabels).
We wrote Twilight Highway with the intention of creating something lively and basically just wanting to dance! Nick wrote it with Thelma and Louise in mind, two girls having fun, flirting, driving with no real destination. The video has a 90s vibe to it with a computer game feel, leaving the viewer to question the reality of the story.

Mijo - You've Got Your Life     Rock 30/07/2019
As a solo artist, Mijo toured 13 countries of Europe and featured as a support act to Goyte,  Missy  Higgins,  Clare Bowditch and Tommy Emmanuel, both in Australia and abroad.
This song charts a sombre journey of facing the harshest reality of all, our mortality, through to the sudden enlivening realisation that we are here, now, alive, but certainly not forever. Life is precious. Life is precarious. There is a chasm between being merely alive, and fully living a life. This song implores you to seek the latter.

Vancouver Sleep Clinic - Bad Dreams     Pop, RnB, Folk 23/07/2019
Brisbane solo act Vancouver Sleep Clinic continues to make waves in the world of ambient and indie pop music, with ethereal vocals and a new direction with an acoustic undertone.
Infused with the signature moody production and ethereal vocals that have garnered Vancouver Sleep Clinic success so far, “Bad Dream” also hints at a new, more acoustic direction taken with the upcoming album. The single is accompanied by a beautiful music video. Filled with warm colours, contrasts of light and shade, trippy visuals and eerie settings.

Vancouver Sleep Clinic - Bad Dream     Pop, Easy Listening, Electronic, Atmospheric 23/07/2019
Australia's  Vancouver Sleep Clinic is the solo project of ambient electronic singer/songwriter  Tim Bettinson.
Director Max Galassi states, "Bad Dream" conveys a journey into the unknown - playing with ideas from the subconscious; symbols and images that we only experience in our dreams. All this, under the pretense of a strange 'Sleep Clinic’."

Street Pieces - Cthulhu     Rock 12/07/2019
Biography Heavy riffs, soaring vocals and relentless grooves rain over you as Street Pieces deliver a hard -hitting rock overload infused with blues and swagger.
With a sound as massive as the godlike sea creature it’s written about, Street Pieces unleash a relentless rock anthem that swells and breaks over you, swallowing you like ferocious ocean wave. Drawing from the eternally dark riffs of Sabbath, core shaking drums of Zeppelin and chronicled by soaring vocals comes a perennial anthem fit for the halls of rock.

Street Pieces - Cthulhu     Rock, Grunge, Hardcore 12/07/2019
Heavy riffs, soaring vocals and relentless grooves - Street Pieces deliver a hard-hitting rock overload infused with blues and swagger.
With a sound as massive as the godlike sea creature it’s written about, Street Pieces unleash a relentless rock anthem that swells and breaks over you, swallowing you like ferocious ocean waves.

Viera Motel - Take Heart     Pop, Rock, Dance 04/07/2019
Fashioned from pink neon, flickers in the shadows of the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne under the eyes of Jay Pollock, Matthew Ferguson, Dane Sorensen and Matt Colvin.
'Take Heart’ is the glossy debut single from Melbourne four-piece Viera Motel. The objective was to incorporate their bold presence, festival/arena potential and high energy live performances into a radio ready colossus.

‘Take Heart’ opens with a 90’s euro dance inspired piano riff which carries the listener from arousing verses to infectious pre-choruses, building the foundation for a towering chorus.

Viera Motel - Take Heart     Rock 04/07/2019
Established in 2017, Viera Motel accommodate dark but honest stories, confessed alongside imposing choruses and ear-worm riffs the likes of 90’s/00’s outfits Joy Division, The Killers, The Strokes and Oasis.
‘Take Heart’ is the glossy debut single from Melbourne four-piece Viera Motel. Recorded with producer Malcolm Besley (Northeast Party House, City Calm Down) and mastered by Steve Smart (Ocean Alley), ‘Take Heart’ opens with a 90’s eurodance inspired piano riff, which carries the listener through arousing verses and infectious pre-choruses, building the foundation for a towering chorus to conclude.

The Bamboos - Strong     Funk/Soul, Cover Version, Atmospheric 03/07/2019
After more than eight albums over almost 20 years, The Bamboos are justifiably regarded internationally as one of the most progressive forces in soul music today.
Featuring one of Australia’s greatest ever soul voices, Kylie Auldist, on vocals, The Bamboos release the first video from their forthcoming album of orchestral reinventions, ‘By Special Arrangement’. The band’s long time vocalist utterly owns a stunning version of London Grammar’s modern classic “Strong”.

Foley - Can't Help The Way     Pop, Pop 28/06/2019
Foley started as a challenge between two friends to put a meaningful spin on pop music. Foley have over 1.5 million streams and have featured across multiple DSP playlists.
This track is both sonically and contextually optimistic, outlining the battle between inescapable attraction and the closed doors of the past.

The verse introduces the universal concept of living with your decisions in love. The pre-chorus transports us to a free spirited mindset.

Foley leaves us convinced that our emotions are out of our hands in the best possible way.

Decapitators - Crystal Math     Rock, Grunge, Garage 21/06/2019
Decapitators have spent the last year forging a cult like following in the dingier parts of Sydney's inner west for their dark and harmonically intense brand of rock.
Drenched in delay and floating anguish, Crystal Math is a dynamic dancey guitar onslaught animating the contradictions and inner workings of a mind in trauma. The song sees layers leave and return to create space for vocalist Ivan Wowk to describe a tortured mental state, and then enhance his vocal depiction with jumps in his volume and manic guitar dissonance.

DIET - Resemble Love     Pop, Rock, Dance 21/06/2019
DIET are five best mates from Melbourne who whip up a unique blend of driving guitar pop for all to enjoy.
"This track is all about wanting validation from someone. You want to know if they feel the same about you, or if it's just you feeling it (awkwardly and quite obviously). Whilst the intentions are playful and light-hearted, I think the song takes some of the most mature twists and turns we've come up with"

Brad Jordan - Come Down     Electronic, Techno, Dance 14/06/2019
A 20 year old rapper/producer/university student/financial advisor from Sydney’s south, Brad Jordan is versatile artist that takes inspiration from a variety of genres.
The inspiration for the track came from reminiscing on nights as a high school student, sneaking out the house, hiding beers from mum and dad to go to underage parties that friends hosted when their parents were away (Brad Jordan definitely does not condone this behaviour, children). It's about breaking your parents rules for a thrill as a kid.

Kayex - Warrior Games     Electronic, Dance, Pop 24/05/2019
KAYEX’s members Palassi Kailis and Tom Derickx combine both electronic samples and live instrumentation in a way that speaks to the broadening tastes of today’s pop scene.
When people listen to "Warrior Games" we want them to feel as if they have no fear but complete confidence in their path, whatever that may be. Trust the process and have faith in the work you've put in. "Warrior Games: contains an uplifting message about facing your fears head on.

The Bamboos - I Never     Funk/Soul, Pop 24/05/2019
After 2018’s acclaimed ‘Night Time People’, the next album from The Bamboos, one of Australia’s most important ever soul/funk acts, had to be something totally different.
"I have wanted to work with Dan Sultan for many years now" says Lance Ferguson, "There is definitely something unique about his artistry and i regard him as one of this country's finest vocalists. His take on " I Never" is astonishing - there's an emotional intensity to the performance that totally floored everyone listening in the studio that day.