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Black Fox - Beatles Party     Rock, Pop 17/09/2012
Growling bass, foot to the floor stomp, robo-rock guitars and hazy vocals; This is the sound of Black Fox and nobody else.
Black Fox brings you Beatles Party—the second single to herald from their debut album, Line Of Sight, and their most instantly accessible outing to date. Embracing dark guitars, escalating melodies, and machine gun rhythms prime for dance floor consumption; this is thoughtful pop for the mind and body.

Other tracks by Black Fox:  Day In Lieu
Microwave Jenny - You Me Backseat     Pop, Folk 20/09/2012
A charismatic duo who delve in blissful pop/folk that is infectious, melodic and will have you feeling euphoric as you absorb every note.
An uptempo, fell good song about find ing love and being spontaneous, in of course the backseat of a car!

Zoophyte - Early Mourning     Rock, Pop 02/10/2012
Melbourne four-piece who write rock/pop songs with soaring vocal hooks, catchy melody and uplifting guitar dynamics.
The unmistakable vocal of Cam Lee and hook driven guitar riffs, ‘Early Mourning’ encapsulates the essence of an emotionally powerful pop song. It’s hard paced rock song and yet a soft ballad that creates an essentially dark musical environment with a catchy chorus. ‘Early Mourning’ is a guitar-heavy, alt-rock tour-de-force.

Jordie Lane - Fool For Love     Folk, Blues, Roots 08/10/2012
Blues and roots, psychedelic folk rambler.
A strong blues/roots track with an infectious psychedelic feel.


All The Colours - Love Like This     Pop, Retro, Rock 02/11/2012
All the Colours are here to party like it’s 1969, rolling through some seriously sharp retro-tinged tunes that pop just as much as they rock
Retro pop/rock that laden with honky piano & Beatles-esque harmonies.

Blackchords - Oh No     Pop, Rock, Britpop 18/01/2013
Indie-Rock Melbourne band who know how to write an infectious hook. Melodic and lyrically powerful, this is pure bass guitar-heavy, rhythmic pop territory.
Potent lyrical track that is laden with heavy bass guitar lines. The track is rhythmic pop not unlike acts such as Coldplay...only better because it's Australian!!

Other tracks by Blackchords:  Sleepwalker
Shelley Segal - Saved     Folk, Roots 18/01/2013
Melbourne singer/songwriter, Shelley Segal sets out her agenda on her debit album, "An Atheist Album". Her songs are folky, sweet and tear apart religious doctrine.
Sweet folky/pop/roots song with challenging lyrics which make you question your religious beliefs.

Spit Syndicate - Beauty In The Bricks     Hip Hop, Rap 31/01/2013
Jimmy and Nick drape their smooth vocals and trademark flows over layered, head-nodding production to create an uplifting, catchy songs for the summer. Hip Hop at its finest.
"Beauty in the Bricks is a song about rejecting the monotony of routine in favour of something brand new, something fresh and exciting.” Nick Lupi

Other tracks by Spit Syndicate:  Folly
Strangers - Closer To Nowhere     Rock, Grunge 31/01/2013
The Sydney-siders deliver music with attitude, it's exactly what has shaped the band’s sound, influenced by Kyuss, The Bronx or early Smashing Pumpkins after a big night on the town.
Tough-as-hell sound that swings in all the right places. Guys get to lose their sh*t, chicks get to shake their ass and everyone’s happy. Strangers make the kind of music that wouldn’t be all flush and embarrassed after waking up next to the hook-soaked intensity of Kyuss, or The Bronx.

Vida Cain - Only Love Things     Rock 01/02/2013
Perth based band who formed in 2012. They spent the first 6 months writing, demoing and touring regional WA. Guitar driven riffs with plenty of riffs.
Guitar driven rock with a plethora of riffs and cheeky drum fills and harmonies thrown in for good measure.

Slicker Cities - City Lights     Electronic, Pop 09/02/2013
Headed by musical all-rounder Alexander White, who whilst in recovery mode in hospital wrote an EP, feature film script and enough story lines for 2 concept albums.
Sublime electronic pop song with an infectious chorus. Think Empire of the Sun meets The National.

Amali Ward - Knock You Out     Funk/Soul, Soul, Pop 22/02/2013
Young, vibrant and sophisticated vocalist with a sense of edginess. Amali is far from what you'd expect, she draws from the old & the new.
Influenced by the Motown era, Amali’s music is timeless, drawing inspiration from old school legends like Stevie Wonder to contemporary counterparts such as Cee Lo Green and Amy Winehouse.

Creo - Monday Mourning     Rock, Pop 22/02/2013
Sydney Four piece who extremely 'well oiled'. Progressive rock full of harmonies, powerful rhythms and a little mayhem to boot.
Melodic pop meets progressive rock.

Lucy's Crown - Lace     Rock, Grunge 22/02/2013
Melbourne four-piece , heavily influenced by 90’s alt-rock, Lucy delivers her stark songs with bruisingly powerful, yet sweetly coarse vocals likened to Courtney Love.
Sweaty alt-rock heavily influenced by the 90's...think Hole meets early Garbage.

Breakaway - At The Worlds End     Rock, Pop 06/04/2013
It’s difficult to believe that Breakaway started up only a year ago. Their EP embodies a wide range of influences, from iconic pop-rock predecessors to today's alternative, radio-ready music stalwarts.
At The Worlds’ End transcends the typical, predictable pop-rock sound with its infectious melodies, sing-along choruses and smooth, unique hooks. It is an emotional strain at the end of a relationship and the paradox of missing and hating someone at the same time frustration of realising it’s because you care.

Buchanan - Human Spring     Rock, Pop 06/04/2013
The Melbournians burst into the public focus in 2011 with "Teachers' & 'Run Faster'. Buchanan is the coming together of the unabashed melodies, sweeping instrumentation, driving bass and intricate rhythms.
Buchanan is the coming together of the unabashed melodies, sweeping instrumentation, driving bass and intricate rhythms.

Jack Byrnes - You've Been Left Behind     Funk/Soul, Soul, Pop 06/04/2013
Jack Byrnes is a Melbourne native who has been inspired to make music that will transport you into a world of emotions.
Jack's vocal delivery is one of a storyteller, a narrative song which fuses both soul vocals and electronic music. A song which is in essence inspired by soul music, not so much in form, but with feeling.

Hamish Anderson - Howl     Blues/Roots, Rock, Folk 09/04/2013
Hamish comes armed with a host of noteworthy tunes and a songwriting and vocal maturity well beyond his twenty-one years. He's blues, rock and folk rolled into one.
Howl encompasses a mix of blues, rock and folk with moments of loud, electric blues-soaked chords as well as delicate acoustic balladry, Hamish comes armed with a host of noteworthy tunes and a songwriting and vocal maturity well beyond his twenty-one years.

William Street Strikers - To The Motel     Rock 16/05/2013
Adelaide alt-rock band have has their previous album reach strong success, featured on Home Brew radio, 3D Radio feature album, theme song for 2RRR new release show and more!
Alt-rock with driving guitars and thumping rhythms.

Seven - Moshi Moshi     Hip Hop, Electronic 23/05/2013
Seven (Zach Humphrey) is a young hip hop artist from the Gold Coast who's supported Spit Syndicate and is about to tour with Drapht.
Moshi Moshi is seven's recount of his youth and transition into the music 'game'.

Other tracks by Seven:  The Island