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On Diamond - How     Pop, Experimental 06/10/2018
Combining the pop song form with an improvisatory freedom of expression, five piece ON DIAMOND are a genre-breaking act lead by songwriter/vocalist Lisa Salvo.
The second taste of the outfit’s forthcoming debut album, ‘How’ manifests feelings of grief and disconnect in a compelling account of ties lost and independence gained. Sonic disarray makes way for moments of nuanced tenderness and drifting lucidity in this dark pop number of empowering lyricism and thoughtful songwriting.

Ben Panucci - Age of Consequence     Pop, Rock 24/09/2018
Ben Panucci's debut release as a solo artist, 'Age of Consequence', showcases his talents as a guitarist, singer-songwriter and producer. Ben writes highly personal lyrics coupled with intricate, uplifting production.
The title track from Ben Panucci's debut solo album of the same name 'Age of Consequence' is a carefully crafted, lyrically driven song with highly personal lyrics and uplifting production.

Cookin' On 3 Burners - Force of Nature     Funk/Soul, RnB, Jazz, Retro 24/09/2018
Cookin’ On 3 Burners are Australia’s hardest hitting Hammond Organ Trio – joining the dots between Deep Funk, Raw Soul, Organ Jazz & Boogaloo.
Smooth, slick and downright groovy as all hell, ‘Force Of Nature’ is danceable and features Fallon Williams’ impeccable rasp lifted to great heights throughout. A dark horse that builds and builds seemingly unnoticed until breaking out into a winning gallop, you best believe ‘Force Of Nature’ will have you moving to its feel good beat long beyond the finish line.

The Attics - Pastel Blues     Pop, Psychedelic, Rock 24/09/2018
Hailing from Colac, in Victoria's West, The Attics craft their own brand of melt-in-your-mouth psych-pop built of jangly guitars and ear worming bass hooks.
Pastel Blues is a playful exploration of the phrase on repeat in the chorus, “wondering how it feels bad to be good all the time”. We’re exploring that with this kind of wandering commentary, reconfirming that life would be super bland if we only ever did what we were told we should.

Bri Clark - Giving Up     Pop 20/09/2018
Bri Clark’s voice has the ability to both shatter and heal. The rising Perth singer songwriter has garnered industry attention and fans alike with her haunting melodies and arresting vocals.
With a resonance that carries well beyond the final note, ‘Giving Up’ sees Bri Clark at her most heartfelt yet. Pouring equal parts pain and resolve into every phrase, 'Giving Up' is an exquisite taste of Bri Clark’s unique power to use her own ache as a comforting shoulder.

Monnone Alone - Cut Knuckle     Rock, Pop 18/08/2018
Monnone Alone are a bona fide pop group based around the sagacious songwriting of Mark Monnone (ex-Lucksmiths) featuring members of Architecture in Helsinki, Mid-State Orange and Aleks & the Ramps.
Weighing in at just over two and a half minutes, 'Cut Knuckle is a snappy indie-pop banger is a loaded amalgamation of the group’s broad stylistic influences from Hoodoo Gurus to The Kinks; Paul Kelly & the Coloured Girls to Television Personalities, yet holds Monnone’s winsome turn-of-phrase and bruised-but-beautiful melody central to its unique core.

FourPlay String Quartet - Wish     Rock, Classical, Pop 10/08/2018
FourPlay String Quartet defy convention and stereotyping. As much a band as a string quartet, they blur the boundaries between styles and genres while maintaining their own original true sound.
FourPlay put the ‘eclectic’ back into ‘electric string quartet’ with ‘Wish’, a powerful, haunting ballad about living in a climate-changed world. 'Wish' has tones of Not Drowning Waving and ‘70s folk protest songs, with powerful lyrics delivered passionately by Tim Hollo and Lara Goodridge, intricate viola lines from Shenzo Gregorio, and a soaring, poignant cello solo from Peter Hollo.

Josh The Cat - I'll Remember You     Electronic, Pop 26/07/2018
Josh The Cat is a place, a state of mind, a portal through which Melbourne singer, songwriter, producer Joshua Teicher travels to explore his personal musical galaxy.
I'll Remember You brings together his gentle and quirky personality with his bold and refined production and songwriting skills, creating an addictive, bittersweet earworm of shimmering nostalgic pop--as though Beck were fronting a Pharrell jam. From dreamy and sparse beginnings centred by Josh the Cat’s crisp voice and underpinned by super-funky bass guitar, the song blooms with each chorus.

Cookin' On 3 Burners - Warning featuring Kaiit     Funk/Soul, Jazz, RnB 20/07/2018
Cookin’ On 3 Burners are Australia’s hardest hitting Hammond Organ Trio – joining the dots between Deep Funk, Raw Soul, Organ Jazz & Boogaloo.
'Warning’ is the lead single from CO3B's forthcoming album Lab Experiments Vol. 2, and was co-written with PNG-born and Melbourne based vocalist and songwriter Kaiit. With honeyed vocals, fierce rhymes and a bold eclectic style to match, 19-year-old Kaiit is alluring audiences to her sweet sound of soul. Kaiit is running things on this punchy, hard-hitting vocal banger.

Ella Hooper - To The Bone     Pop, Dance 20/07/2018
Best known as the front-woman of rock pop outfit Killing Heidi, Ella Hooper is an established solo artist in her own right with a vibrant brand of spiky alternative pop.
Conjuring the healing energy of disco and the staunch grit of rock, ‘To The Bone’ is at once a liberating feminist anthem and a game changing moment for Ella. Much like the technicolour pop queen herself, the single packs its punch of both silliness and sexiness in a bombastic and deeply groovy indie banger, reimagined through an apocalyptic disco lens.

Georgia State Line - Dry My Tears     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 20/07/2018
Fronted by singer songwriter Georgia Delves, the group blend vintage and contemporary sounds to create songs that feel warmed and lived-in, with a nod to old-time traditions alongside introspective lyricism.
"This single was written after taking a trip back to my hometown and gaining perspective after a boozy night. It’s about navigating through old friends and passed times, celebrating an ending and feeling grateful for times changing. I don’t think we stop and give ourselves enough credit for constantly moving forward and adapting. We should celebrate our efforts more."

Angie McMahon - Keeping Time     Pop, Rock 19/07/2018
Angie's honest songwriting and romantic melodies cover the full dynamic spectrum, shifting between gravelly intimacy and pounding rock.
'​Keeping Time' is a love song for self-discipline.
“​Keeping Time is me yelling at myself to get off my arse and do some work... but in a loving way. You know what you want and you can either back yourself or keep bad habits, so take note of where you’re at and use it as fuel." - Angie McMahon

Thomas Keating - I'll Break Your Heart     Folk, Alternative Country, Pop, Rock 09/07/2018
Thomas Keating is a Sydney-born Melbourne-based indie rock aficionado who crafts intimate tales of home and country life through honest storytelling and colourful songwriting.
Produced by Gordon Burke at Everland Studios Sydney, 'I'll Break Your Heart' was mastered by Nick Franklin (Polish Club, Buried Feather) and engineered by Dorny Mayes at Linear Studios. With catchy pop phrasing, driving bass hooks, and a peppering of twinkling keys ‘I’ll Break Your Heart’ is glimmering indie pop that demands sing-alongs long after the final strum.

Ben Panucci - Quite     Pop, Psychedelic, Electronic 03/07/2018
Ben Panucci - Think Mac Demarco meets Father John Misty and Jeff Buckley at the pub…where they proceed to laugh and cry over many beers.
A sardonic and honest journey into Panucci’s inner workings 'Quite' is a break up song that overcomes itself to realise that in the end everything’s pretty alright. The choral beginnings gives the song a church-like feel that soon transcends into lush synth and guitar hooks as the song changes and the band opens up into a dreamy groove.

The Attics - Ultramarine     Pop, Psychedelic, Rock, Experimental 26/06/2018
Hailing from Colac, in Victoria's West, The Attics craft their own brand of melt-in-your-mouth psych-pop built of jangly guitars and ear worming bass hooks.
Mixed by acclaimed engineer Steven Schram, ‘Ultramarine’ sees The Attics testing the elasticity of pre-established boundaries and stretching beyond any self-appointed limitations. Without denying their signature guitar jangle and catchy melodic charm, ‘Ultramarine’ slips away from the light and airy stream of pop consciousness that has served the outfit thus far and begins to plunge into thought-provoking depth.

Hannah Cameron - What Remains     Folk, Alternative Country 08/06/2018
Hannah Cameron’s voice is that of pure awe. The young alt-folk artist has been carefully crafting delicate refrains to match it for years, growing ever grander with each release.
"A song about forgiveness. It was written during a time when I was hurt pretty brutally by a close friend. I had this moment of realising that I could choose how I wanted to respond and that it’s easier to love and forgive than it is to hold onto hurt."

Gena Rose Bruce - Coming Down     Rock, Alternative Country, Psychedelic, Folk 27/05/2018
Emerging out of what seems like thin air, Melbourne’s newfound queen of husky tones and sultry vocals Gena Rose Bruce is beginning to conquer the local indie scene.
The punchy new slice of indie-pop from Bruce is a happy-go-lucky look into self-destruction and total upheaval, complete with ironic cheerfulness and introspective criticism. 'Coming Down' is a moody pop ballad with a hint of garage rock.

Field Maps - Cassavetes     Pop, Psychedelic, Rock 14/05/2018
Field Maps is the solo recording project of Melbourne musician Daniel Moss. Since the dissolution of his previous band I a Man.
With a knack for pensive psychedelia and subtle earworms, Field Maps deliver their own brand of lazy guitar pop, with ‘Cassavetes’ following on from the pastoral nostalgia of previous recordings, and this time with an understated urgency and wave of shifting spaces.

James Milsom - Mission     Pop, Electronic, Pop 14/05/2018
Melbourne based producer James Milsom deals in carefully crafted, lyrically driven songs, floating with dreamy synthesizers, thoughtful measures of guitar and a delicious combo of acoustic and electronic drum sounds.
‘Mission’ is a sweeping arrangement of nuanced subtleties, with a dense layering of synths and samples, plus keys courtesy of Nate Gilkes and percussion from Mark Leahy making for a lush take on indie-pop, making it the perfect dreamy soundtrack to the ever-impending cold and cloudy Sundays to come.

Charlotte Roberts - Stay In Your Power     World, Experimental, Hip Hop 17/04/2018
An ever evolving creatrix, sound weaver, musician and explorer of the spirit of play, Charlotte Roberts has been described as the love child of the Mad Hatter and Alice.
A poetic slam of vocal gymnastics, ‘Stay In Your Power’ is a mantra about femininity and power, the gift of life and the strength of family bonds. Tapping into hip-hop, soul and pop while simultaneously rebelling against them all, it's an experimental layering of vocal loops and beat box hooks.