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Merpire - Hauntways     Electronic, Pop, Soundscapes 31/01/2018
The brainchild of singer songwriter Rhiannon Atkinson-Howatt, Merpire fashions soundscapes of macabre dream-pop that explore the fluidity of life, death, relationships and the human condition.
'Hauntways' is a lilting synth-pop number about revisiting the memory of a lust-fueled kiss and the cathartic process of writing about it in the same hallway where it all took place.

Charlotte Roberts - Dr​. ​Lalalulu     Reggae/Dub, Experimental, Roots, Hip Hop 01/02/2018
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.
Written by Charlotte's friend/uber-ego - a voice weaving Doctor of Musical Medicine - 'Dr. Lalalulu' explores how we might express our aliveness through voice, traverse the thresholds between music and life and wield the alchemical power of music for personal and social transformation.

Thomas Keating - Begin Again     Rock, Folk, Country 01/02/2018
Thomas Keating is a Sydney-based indie rock aficionado who crafts intimate tales of home and country life through honest storytelling and colourful songwriting.
‘Begin Again’ is an apt alternative-country take on Thomas Keating's personal struggles of starting afresh. A habitué of Australiana with a penchant for honest storytelling, Keating lays his soul bare on 'Begin Again' which reflects on past experiences while also serving as a microcosm for his bright and promising future.

James Milsom - Clockface     Electronic, Atmospheric, Pop 15/02/2018
Somewhere in the energy-fizzing collision of indie, electronic and alt-pop sits James Milsom. The Melbourne based producer, singer and songwriter has been gathering steam under different guises since the mid-noughties.
‘Clockface’ entered the world as an electronic beat, roughly sequenced as it entered Milsom’s head on a crowded train. It wasn’t until months later that it was remembered, a bass line dropped and synth layers started to accumulate. Exploring ideas of measurable time and erasable memory, the result is epic.

Mariah McCarthy - Counting Sheep     Folk, Alternative Country 15/02/2018
Breaking out on her own bare feet comes magical folk artist Mariah McCarthy, a Bendigo-based singer songwriter excited to launch her solo career with her first official release ‘Counting Sheep’
With a beckoning voice of home and soothing rhythms akin to travelling among regularly-visited distant places, Mariah marries feelings of here and there; comfort and ache; dream and reality in ‘Counting Sheep’. An ode to awakening remote desire, Mariah's debut is an honest and mature account from the budding talent.

Gena Rose Bruce - The Way You Make Love     Pop, Rock, Blues 01/03/2018
Gena Rose Bruce is a lover of sad-eyed, bluesy pop with a touch of twang. She writes honest songs with a bit of reverb creating dreamy 90’s, West Coast sound.
Gena Rose Bruce's effortless voice and dulcet tones marries both youthfulness and absolute maturity in this unfettering account of her personal life on ‘The Way You Make Love'. With a newly developed boldness, the track has already seen Gena nominated for a 2018 Frankie Magazine Good Stuff Award for music.

Angie McMahon - Missing Me     Pop, Rock 09/03/2018
Melbourne’s Angie McMahon is quickly gathering a reputation for moving audiences like a trapdoor spider - sneakily intimate until she arcs into full flight and GETS YA.
'Missing Me' is about releasing all that punchy sass and angst that bubbles under the surface when somebody isn’t listening to you, or they’re letting you down, or breaking your heart.

Hannah Cameron - What's It For     Folk, Alternative Country 26/03/2018
Singer-songwriter Hannah Cameron possesses a power within her music that is immediately arresting. Her evocative lyrics explore a range of themes and emotions, maintaining a voice both assured and insightful.
"We live in a world where there is this growing pressure to make our private lives public. It's become a bizarre way of validating our relationships and I suppose that this song was my way of trying to articulate the absurdity of it all." - Hannah Cameron

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

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

Baby Blue - I Like You     Pop, Psychedelic, Rock 10/04/2018
Baby Blue's lead singer Rhea Caldwell performs with an ease few can claim to possess, tapping into sounds of 60s surf rock with a sprinkling of Americana and indie pop.
‘I Like You’ is a song about crushing on someone, and sees Rhea harnessing the storytelling of traditional heart-on-your-sleeve doo-wop with subtle nods to ‘50s and ‘60s rock and roll, that is both playful and uplifting. The jangly guitars and the catchy pop melodies just beg you to sing along.

Ben Panucci - Come Over     Pop, Soul, Chill, Easy Listening 10/04/2018
Sydney based guitarist, singer-songwriter and producer Ben Panucci creates sounds of highly intricate yet uplifting production and personal lyrics.
The song is both whimsical and uplifting in its production as it is in its lyrical content. With a hooky synth bass line unfolding over lush synths and languid guitar lines, Ben’s vocal talks about the excitement of meeting a lover and the positive effects that can it can entail.

Fool Child - Dance On Your Own     Pop, Folk 10/04/2018
Blending the ethereal soundscapes of indie-folk with the lighthearted clutter of surf-rock, Fool Child’s dreamy tones are meaningful and playful. Think Angus Stone vocals splattered on a Foals-inspired backdrop.
‘Dance On Your Own' is a song about change and the inevitable transitions we all have to go through as travellers. More upbeat, than past songs by Fool Child, 'Dance On Your Own' still has that folky element at the root but shows the band's slight change in direction.

Mariah McCarthy - Hail Mary     Folk, Easy Listening 10/04/2018
Mariah McCarthy is a folk singer/songwriter, influenced by the story telling of Dylan and Young, with femininity reminiscent of Joni. Al these combined make her a unique captivating artist.
'Hail Mary' is an uptempo gentle folk song, showcasing Mariah's songwriting sympathetic vocals, and is about growing old and the heartbreak of having a loved one whose memory has faded, and while they are physically still here, mentally they are gone.

Merpire - Invitation     Pop, Electronic 16/04/2018
Merpire fashions soundscapes of macabre dream-pop that explore the fluidity of life, death, relationships and the human condition.
Invitation is about a time I was really fighting the need to be on my own. I struggled to be the one to provide the love I needed. It's about the confusion and the clarity, the frustration and the freedom, the loneliness and the longing that came along with that.

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.

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.

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.

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."

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.

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.