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Jamie Lindsay - Blood (Love Is Everything) feat Ellie Bartlett     Country, Blues, Folk, Easy Listening 25/09/2019
Born on the apple Isle (Tasmania) in 1977, Jamie Lindsay is a singer, songwriter, multi instrumentalist, performer and music producer who has been living and working in Sydney since 2001.
This time we get to see a more serious side of Jamie as he pairs up with newcomer Ellie Bartlett to deliver a beautiful, yet haunting duet about love conquering hate.

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Jamie Lindsay - Ya Gotta Go There To Come Back     Country, Blues, Rock, Country 10/07/2019
'Chameleon" comes to mind when talking about Jamie Lindsay's 20+ year musical journey.    From Tasmania, the Sydney based singer, songwriter, musician & performer has written and released tonnes of music. 
“Ya gotta go there go to come back" is about getting off the couch and getting out there and experiencing life to the fullest.

It's about the discovery of oneself through travelling and knowing where you’ve been, what you’ve done, what you’ve learned, so you can come back with the knowledge and understanding of what life means to one's self.

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Colin Jones - Please Don't Make Me Love You     Blues/Roots, Blues, Soul, Acoustic 13/06/2019
Colin Jones’ neo-blues sound intertwines Blues and R&B with vocals that deftly push and pull from raspy whisper to full throttle growl.
Please Don’t make Me Love you is a Love song of a different stripe. A denial of passion caused by betrayal the songs tells the story of a love denied for survival.

Carter Jnr - Holding On     Pop, Electronic, Acoustic, Folk 18/04/2019
Carter Jnr’s signature sound is normally influenced by indie-folk acts like Lumineers and Mumford & Sons, his new single ‘Holding On’ has focus on larger, more synth heavy production.
It’s about the idea that we are all struggling to keep it together. That might be in a relationship, or day to day life I’m general, but while we think we are alone in these battles, we are actually all in this together, and we can stop and give up, or we can keep fighting and work through it’

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Jamie Lindsay - Nashville, Tennessee     Country, Pop, Rock, Blues 11/04/2019
...The word "Chameleon" comes to mind when talking about Jamie's 20+ year journey.    From Tasmania, the Sydney based singer, songwriter and producer has explored, written and released Nashville, Tennessee for 2019. 
Nashville, Tennessee is a song about a boy growing up in Australia, listening to country music radio and dreaming about one day being able to go to a place like Nashville, Tennessee. A place where legendary artist such as Willie Nelson, Jonny Cash and Dolly Parton graced the saloon bars along Broadway and of course the famous Grand Ole Oprey.

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Colin Jones - Ain't No Devil     Rock, Blues, Folk, Roots 05/04/2019
Colin Jones’ neo-blues sound intertwines Blues and R&B with vocals that deftly push and pull from raspy whisper to full throttle growl.
Ain’t No Devil is a defiant cry to a world gone mad.
The song begins with a repeated refrain sung like a gospel prayer until all hell breaks loose.
The chorus a conversation with the devil that leads to a finale that makes the music feel like a score to a vision much more threatening.\u2028

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The Settlement - Take It Slow     Folk, Rock, Pop, Easy Listening 14/03/2019
Victoria to the freeways of America’s, The Settlement have forged their brand of Aussie-folk. Led by Adrian, they’re renowned for rock-n-roll scenes against the backdrop of humanity, dissolution and honesty.
Take It Slow is based on “you are your worse enemy” and you have to face yourself sometimes, just take it slow.

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Anabelle Kay - Crazy Horse feat. William van der Vliet     Funk/Soul, Alternative Country, Blues, Soul 06/10/2018
Cashion, Oklahoma (population 832) isn’t the first place you’d associate with the musical awakening of one of Australia’s rising stars. This folk ingénue had her musical seeds sown in Terrigal!
After a couples retreat inside an Adelaide strip club both Annabelle & William found song in the darker parts of life. With a scheduled festival spot on hold due to untimely rain, frustration quickly turned into the most wonderful & timely space. A wind shaken caravan, a guitar part and two slightly dusty friends churned out 'Crazy Horse’.

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SWARÉ - Chill With You     Pop, RnB, Funk, Electronic 06/10/2018
Pop music has lost it's way. It's become stale, dull, tired and harmless. Swaré is here to give it a backbone, he's here to give venom back to pop music.
‘Chill With You’ is an upbeat, pop-funk tune all about just that: Chilling. Scrapping the conventional pop narrative of going out and partying, Sware instead chooses something a little more like ‘Netflix and Chill’. Combining funky slap bass over a driving beat, playful vocal melodies and retro style synths, ‘Chill With You’ is his funkiest release yet.

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BREWER - Anything, Everything     Pop, Electronic, Blues, Electronic 04/10/2018
BREWER is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and occasional producer. She writes about things she knows little about in order to better understand them.
BREWER wrote the first version of Anything, Everything at 13. It’s about letting something/someone take over your life and influence your decisions often leading to you losing yourself. When things get too hard people sometimes distract themselves with reckless forms of self-medication to make themselves feel better.

WREN - You Don't Owe Me (No More)     Pop, Acoustic, Classical, Country 03/09/2018
Wren, alt-pop artist with a penchant for the cinematic. She's forged her path within the music world with her clash of sounds, blending disparate influences to create something truly unique.
A country/pop knee slapper replacing the expected acoustic guitars and banjo sounds with strummed & pizzicato strings. It has the vibe of a group of musicians performing music together on their porch; raw and real. This track, through a fictional story, depicts a debt forgotten after the guilty party gets their just deserts.

Other tracks by WREN:  The Black Behind My Eyes  -  Foxes & Hounds
BREWER - Dawned On Me     Pop, Electronic 31/07/2018
BREWER is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and occasional producer. She writes about things she knows little about in order to better understand them.
Dawned On Me is about being blissfully ignorant in a state of seemingly perpetual youth.

Anabelle Kay - Nightmare Of A Dream     Funk/Soul, Classical, Blues, Alternative Country 19/07/2018
Cashion, Oklahoma (population 832) isn’t the first place you’d associate with the musical awakening of one of Australia’s rising stars. This folk ingénue had her musical seeds sown in Terrigal!
'Nightmare Of A Dream' was written partly about a US customs experience and partly about the subsequent break up of her long-distance relationship. It is a song about blinding love, and the state of denial that can result when things go sour. She pleads, seemingly to herself “You treat me badly, oh Lord knows you do."

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Anabelle Kay - Nightmare Of A Dream     Pop, Soul, Acoustic, Blues 19/07/2018
Cashion, Oklahoma (population 832) isn’t the first place you’d associate with the musical awakening of one of Australia’s rising stars. This folk ingénue had her musical seeds sown in Terrigal!
The first single A Nightmare Of A Dream was written partly about this experience and partly about the subsequent break up of her long distance relationship. It is a song about blinding love, and the state of denial that can result when things go sour. She pleads, seemingly to herself “You treat me badly, oh Lord knows you do".

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Wren - Secrets     Pop, Soundscapes, Easy Listening, Classical 11/07/2018
Artist Wren, with a penchant for the cinematic and unusual. She's forged her own path within the music world with her clash of styles, blending influences to create something unique.
Looping at it’s best: violin, viola & cello loops building over a bed of everyday percussive sounds, creating the atmosphere of human activity beneath the track and a feeling of secrecy. Secrets describes the things we all hide from the rest of the world, for fear of being judged by others. However, everyone has their equivalent…

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Swaré - Houston     Pop, Electronic, Dance, Techno 26/05/2018
Pop music has lost it's way. It's become stale, dull, tired and harmless. Swaré is here to give it a backbone, to give the venom back to pop music.
‘Houston’, a reference to NASA’s space program, is a slick tune about hedonism, partying and knowing when to stop.

“To be honest, I wrote this song after some pretty serious drug abuse & debauchery. I had this voice in the back of my head ‘man? You gotta stop soon, surely.’"

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