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Third Eye Stimuli Records

Third Eye Stimuli Records is a Sydney based independent record label dedicated to discovering, exposing and
supporting emerging bands and artists that we truly believe in.

Founded by Josh Hutchins-Smith and Rick Snowden in 2016, Third Eye Stimuli collaborates with bands/artists
in a personable style, offering our own recording and production services, designing album artwork, releasing
and distributing on vinyl, tape cassette and digital platforms. We love creating timeless and collectible records
that customers will keep forever.

Born from their D.I.Y. work ethic, Third Eye Stimuli’s vision is to cultivate a community of bands, artists,
creatives and fans that influence and work together. In just 3 years the label has established a roster of
artists, providing opportunities for bands that have struggled to be recognised and supported.

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Third Eye Stimuli Records

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Rosa Maria - Tell The Devil     Rock, Garage, Psychedelic, Blues 09/07/2019
Inspired by the primitive garage rock and strange psychedelic sounds of the 1960s, Rosa Maria create a rock n roll cocktail that’ll possess the hips of any listener.
'Tell The Devil' is a dark groovy number that boasts Rosa Maria's classic taste for surfy hooks and up-tempo vibes. The song is best described by the band's frontman, Broc: "it's about how Rock n Roll won't leave me alone – it continues to show it's face time and time again".

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