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Dande And The Lion - Stardust     Pop, Electronic, Live Performance 20/03/2019
Dande and The Lion are captivating the local music scene with their unique harmonies and powerful melodies. Fronted by the engaging Bianca, Abbey and Tass, with Nick and Chris.
Humans constantly question our place within the universe. Stardustexplores the notion that our significance lies in our ability and desire to learn, adapt and evolve, appreciate and reflect, live with joy and die without fear, and through all of this, to connect with each other.

Beau Lightning - Don't Get Bit     Rock, Pop, Dance 22/03/2019
Inspired by California daze, desert surrounding the city of sin, cowboys, the moon landing and the alter ego in which BEAU LIGHTNING resides. Rock'nRoll is the name of the game.
Don’t Get Bit is somewhat a fantasy about unrealistically rekindling a relationship you know was unhealthy and hurt you in the past, but still having the desire to see where it could go. In a more general sense, the song is saying be careful, don’t jump into another relationship that will essentially be the same as the last one.

Little Green - Sweet Pain     Pop, Roots, Easy Listening 28/03/2019
Little Green is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sydney, aiming to uplift the human spirit and bring the world closer together through music.
A poignant, melodic reflection on pain, all its subtle complexities, and how, with a shift in consciousness, we can make things better. "Since writing this song, it has continued to uplift me through different stages in my life, and I hope it can do the same for others".

DIET. - What To Do     Pop, Rock, Dance 29/03/2019
DIET. five mates from Melbourne who whip up a unique blend of driving guitar pop for all to enjoy. Their sound receives strong comparisons to The Smiths and The Cure.
The track is about feeling as though you have it all sorted, but then life throws you a swift reminder saying “Hey, don’t get so cocky mate, there’s still a fair bit to sort out here”. It’s also about being back to ‘square one’, and realising that now the process of figuring out how to move forward begins.

The Beamish Brothers - Kills Me Every Time     Pop, Folk, Soul 05/04/2019
The Beamish Brothers are two brothers from Toowoomba, Australia whose passion for music has taken them from jamming in their garage, to working with artists and labels around the globe.
Kills Me Every Time combines a lot of our favourite musical techniques-intricateguitar, fast percussive lyrics, layers of vocal parts and funky production. Kills Me Every Time is about being lead astray by your emotions and caught up in a relationship or something that may feel good in the moment, but is actually toxic.

Moreton - Circles     Pop, Alternative Country, Easy Listening 11/04/2019
There is an intoxicating interplay between the serene and the melancholic which underpins the music of Brisbane/Byron Bay 3 piece Moreton.
Circles was written about Georgia's experience through the 2017 Northern NSW floods, which flooded her property and that of her peers. It explores universal themes of hardship and bad luck, particularly when disaster and adversity strikes those already living on the fringes of society.

Sarah Belkner - Animal     Pop, Dance, Electronic 29/04/2019
Sarah Belkner is a strange and persistent musical beast. There is nothing about her career that ticks any sort of industry ‘how to’ boxes, as she builds her musicalised empire.
A jungle tinged alternative croon about a primal full blown almost obsessive love being taken on by the very mundane practicalities of life. In Belkner's case being physically away from your partner whilst touring - a lot.

Guard - I'm Calling The Cops     Electronic, Pop, Dance 10/05/2019
As a lifelong songwriter, Guard’s mission to embrace self-acceptance starts within his innate desire to create.
Produced by LA producer notfamous and Charli XCX’s producer Umru, Guard describes the song as an emo electronic pop song with elements of PC music, about letting go of unhealthy patterns in his life and becoming content with who he is as a person. “im calling the cops on you bcoz u broke my heart
Landings - I Believe The Dark     Pop, Dance, Rock 10/05/2019
Brisbane indie-dance duo Landings are preparing to release their latest single “I Believe The Dark” - a stirring and danceable anthem released via Audio Network.
Written and performed by Aidan Hogg and Liam Quinn, this is a punchy indie track - sandwiching infectious rhythms with a yearning vocal and emotive bass that keeps you hooked in.

"The track is about dark thoughts and lost love. A different side of you that takes over when you’re left alone.”

Zoe A'Dore - Galaxy     Pop, Electronic, Dance 10/05/2019
Melbourne artist Zoe A’dore begun her musical journey in classical violin. After some time Zoe went on to learn the electric drums and recognised a penchant for songwriting.
When you find someone and everything seems to make sense. It’s the profound feeling that you can be completely yourself and there’s no limitations with them. You’re now part of this whole new world and it’s a safe space. It’s not that you can’t obtain that happiness as an individual, but more so there’s another person enhancing your amazing qualities.

Beau Lightning - Rock N' Roll Life     Rock, Roots, Pop 13/05/2019
Inspired by California daze, desert surrounding the city of sin, cowboys, the moon landing and the alter ego in which BEAU LIGHTNING resides. Rock'nRoll is the name of the game.
“Rock ‘n’ Roll Life” was written from the perspective of the Beau Lightning alter ego, a character created by the artist, Eli, to allow him the freedom to say and do things that are egotistical and full of bravado. The track plays with the classic old folk tales of successful people selling their soul to the rock’n’roll devil.

Karmel - Trafalgar Square     Pop, Dance, Electronic 17/05/2019
Sydney electronic producer, DJ and songwriter Karmel started her musical journey on the violin at age 5. After teaching herself piano and studying viola, she discovered classical singing at 16.
An evocative deep house tune lined with a sultry longing for time and place past, building to a frenetic final of chopped vocals reminiscent of the dancing flames of a forgotten but once great fire.

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.

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.

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"

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.

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”.

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.