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Slowly Slowly - Jellyfish     Rock, Punk, Pop 17/04/2019
In just a few short years, Melbourne four-piece Slowly Slowly have marked themselves as one of the most adored anthemic rock purveyors the country has ever seen.
Frontman Ben Stewart describes 'Jellyfish' as being about that all-too-common human feeling of existential dread. "Sometimes everything just seems so ridiculous," he says. "The concept of existing, being in a body, our interactions with feelings and emotions and this wacky 3D landscape we tell ourselves is normal." Though sonically light-hearted, 'Jellyfish' ultimately toys with some heavy concepts in expert fashion.

Cursed Earth - Fear     Metal/Punk, Hardcore 16/04/2019
Perth-natives Cursed Earth are one of the bleakest, most rage-filled metal outfits to come out of Australia of late. Their upcoming mixtape highlights the potency of their sound beyond doubt.
'Fear' is a track that incites exactly that. From its scathing lyrics to raging metal instrumentation, this is Cursed Earth at their angriest, most violent yet.

Sleep Talk - Slowfade     Rock, Hardcore, Metal 16/04/2019
Sleep Talk are an Adelaide-based alternative/post-hardcore act on the brink of thoroughly breaking out. Their debut full-length album 'Everything In Colour' is due on May 3.
Taken from their forthcoming debut full-length 'Everything In Colour', 'Slowfade' kicks things up a notch following the reveal of the album's title track last month. While 'Everything In Colour' marked a punchy and energetic introduction to the record, 'Slowfade' darkens the mood and ups the angst in three-and-a-half minutes of pure bite.

Other tracks by Sleep Talk:  Everything In Colour
The Brave - Burn     Metal/Punk, Hardcore 16/04/2019
Brisbane metallers The Brave just released their sophomore full-length 'Aura' and sold-out headliners in Sydney and Brisbane in its wake.
'Burn' has proven one of the most adored tracks on 'Aura' since its release in early April. The track is emotional and commanding lyrically and tight and soaring musically.

Other tracks by The Brave:  Technicolor  -  Desolation
Thornhill - Coven     Metal/Punk 16/04/2019
Thornhill are an utterly impressive Melbourne metal five-piece. They hold impressive supports under their belt including Northlane and Architects and have the world watching atop new single 'Coven'.
As told by lead singer Jacob Charlton, 'Coven' is about identifying anxiety and realising how much control it can have over your life. He says it will be a reminder every time the band play it live that it’s all in his head.

Yours Truly - Circles     Pop, Punk 16/04/2019
Often likened to such to such luminaries as Paramore and Tonight Alive, Yours Truly offer an infectious brand of clever, passionate pop-punk that has garnered massive critical and fan praise.
Front woman Mikaila Delgado describes 'Circles' as being an open letter to men who don't treat women as equal or hold themselves superior. The track is an empowering anthem for women and anyone who has felt discriminated against for who they are.

Other tracks by Yours Truly:  I Can't Feel  -  High Hopes
Cool Out Sun - Fire For     Hip Hop, African 12/12/2018
Cool Out Sun, afro-beat hip hop from Melbourne. Justin Smith (REMI, Sampa the Great), N'fa Jones (1200 techniques), Lamine Sonko (African Intelligence), Nui Moon (Public Opinion Afro Orchestra, Digital Afrika)
Fire For in a 5/4 rhythm with fast flowing vocals from N'fa Jones over an uptempo percussive beat.

Remi and Raiza Biza - Jiggy ft. Sampa the Great     Hip Hop, Rap 29/11/2018
REMI and musical collaborator Sensible J are one of the fastest-rising hip-hop acts in Australia.
Produced by the legend Black Milk. Mixed by Sensible J.

Dynamic production, hip hop joint. Flowing track featuring Sampa the Great with guest verses.

Other tracks by Remi and Raiza Biza:  Genesis ft. Sampa the Great  -  Freeman ft. Black Milk
LANKS - Spiritual Man     Pop, Electronic, Easy Listening 17/11/2018
LANKS is the moniker of Australian songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Will Cuming. LANKS draws influences from artists such as MØ, Mura Masa, The xx, Justin Vernon and Radiohead.
Catchy pop song with hooks throughout, and a chorus that you can't get out of your head in a great way.

A song by LANKS inspired by time recently spent with a friend who is sick.

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Remi and Raiza Biza - Runner     Hip Hop, Rap 06/10/2018
Melbourne artist REMI and musical collaborator Sensible J are one of the fastest-rising Hip Hop acts in Australia and are quickly gaining the attention of international tastemakers.
"Runner" is a high tempo beat driven out an out hip hop track with dynamic production and hooks throughout, and shows why Black Milk is one of hip hops most respected producers, and why Remi and Raiza Biza are two of the most exciting emcees coming out of the Southern Hemisphere.

Dear Seattle - Maybe     Rock, Grunge, Punk 04/09/2018
Dear Seattle are the melodic, singalong, beer-in-the-air, headbanging-with-heart rock band you’ve been waiting for. One part mosh pit, one part love letter, the band have created a truly unique sound.
“Maybe” is a slice of genuine Australian alternative rock that nostalgically throws back to Kisschasy. A slacker anthem of sorts, “Maybe” is the soundtrack to life on a loop: long unemployed days, hanging for the weekend for another cheap round, and even though you know you should get your act together, maybe – just maybe – something will happen instead.

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Hellions - Smile     Rock, Punk 04/09/2018
ARIA nominated Australian genre-melding quartet that marry theatrical dynamics and thoughtful lyricism into a riotous burst of colour and grandeur that has been compared to Queen.
Smile was born late in the creation process and is a dynamic, upbeat tune built around the refrain ‘I’m ready to run, are you ready?’ that provides a tongue-in-cheek look at the depth of our interactions in the digital age.

Hands Like Houses - Monster     Rock 30/08/2018
Canberra 5 piece rock band Hands Like Houses have returned after their most successful run to date – which included an ARIA Top 10 and three back-to-back sold out tours.
A driving, bombastic rock beast, "Monster" is built around the refrain “I can feel it coming alive”. The sing is about running from yourself when you feel the monster inside roaring to life and about to unleash.

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Hands Like Houses - Overthinking     Rock 10/08/2018
Riding high from their most successful two years together – which included an ARIA Top 10 and three back-to-back sold out tours – Hands Like Houses return with -Anon.
Overthinking -the first single from -Anon. - takes the unique sound Hands Like Houses have been cultivating over the past 10 years and injects it with a big dose of fresh, modern rock’n’roll. The most charismatic album of their career, it marries who Hands Like Houses are as individuals into an assured yet fun collection of songs.

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Slowly Slowly - Ten Leaf Clover     Rock, Pop 05/06/2018
Melbourne's Slowly Slowly's style of unabashed guitar rock drips with emotion and vivid story telling. Balancing raw honesty with engaging hooks, Slowly Slowly capture the world around them in full-colour.
"Ten Leaf Clover” is Slowly Slowly narrating the search for happiness, seeking something wholesome in the most unwholesome place.

“This song is about searching for true connection in an age where it seems so hard to find. It’s a modern-day love story — Romeo & Juliet, but with the internet."

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Trophy Eyes - You Can Count On Me     Rock, Punk, Pop 01/06/2018
Selling out shows wherever they land, Newcastle's Trophy Eyes now lead a new wave in rock music, blending their punk roots with modern rock and pop sensibilities.
First single from their new album The American Dream, “You Can Count On Me” a reaction to the negative and judgmental treatment a lot of artists experience on social media today and shines a spotlight on the impact this can have on their mental health.

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Columbus - Don't Know How To Act     Rock, Pop, Punk 21/03/2018
Endearing rock trio Columbus wear their hearts on their sleeves and truth in their chords and they are back to offer A Hot Take On Heartbreak via their second album.
The first single lifted from the album is “Don’t Know How To Act” – a tongue-in-cheek, Weezer inspired jam about a relationship that’s just way too good to be true, belted out in the shower. Literally.

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Slowly Slowly - Alchemy     Rock, Pop 14/03/2018
Slowly Slowly are a heartfelt rock band built on shimmering guitars and vivid story telling. Balancing raw honesty with engaging hooks, Slowly Slowly capture the world around them in full-colour.
“Alchemy” is a feel good, unapologetically happy ode to those times when everything clicks and you’re, quite literally, ‘making gold.

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Timberwolf - Jacaranda Sunsets     Folk, Alternative Country, Acoustic 16/02/2018
One of Australia’s brightest talents, Rising Indie / Alt / Rock Artist Timberwolf has released his debut full length record ‘Íkaros’ and announced an East Coast tour of Australia.
The brand new Paul Kelly-esque Australian Summer Single!

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Hellions - X (Mwah)     Rock, Hardcore, Pop 15/02/2018
ARIA-nominated, genre melding Australian quartet who marry theatrical dynamics and thoughtful lyricism.
“X (Mwah)” is the sound of Hellions cutting loose, an ever-colourful riot of genre-bending joy. It’s got the energy and personality the Sydney band have long been known for, but now their songwriting chops have been honed to the point where their appeal is undeniable.

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