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The Witching Hour - The Ritual     Rock 29/01/2020
The Witching Hour is a band from NSW who write poetic songs that can stem from melodic haunting music to hard Blues based rock.
‘The Ritual’ is the third offering from Australian band The Witching Hour. It is a cathartic track that takes the listener on a supernatural journey to the dark side. The theme explores ritualistic and spiritual beliefs and also metaphorically chronicles the ambiguity of human connection.

Cameron Cusack - Life's A Beach     Country, Reggae / Dub 24/01/2020
Cameron Cusack is a Melbourne born country artist. Now Cairns based, the 28 year old singer/songwriter has had three charting singles, ‘Hot Rod Town', Endless Summer’ and ‘Hit It Off’.
‘Life’s A Beach’ is the new summer single from artist Cameron Cusack. Reggae inspired, ‘Life’s A Beach’ is the third single release from Cameron Cusack’s upcoming album ‘Broken Hearts, Broken Dreams & Everything Good In Between’. Produced by Cameron, Sean Alberts and Andre Houghton in Cairns Far North Queensland Australia at Stonehouse Records.

Kell - Happier Now     Country, Rock 17/01/2020
Kell is a dynamic rock and country rock singer/songwriter hailing from Lithgow near the Blue Mountains in NSW Australia.
‘Happier Now’ was written by Kell and recorded by Adrian Hannan at the Song Store in Melbourne. 2019 has been a busy year with lots of ups, lots of downs, change and growth. ‘Happier Now’ is a reflection about working so hard towards something and having to overcome all those curve balls that life throws at you along the way.

Emily Hatton feat, Troy Kemp - Maybe     Country, Pop 16/01/2020
Emily Hatton is an Australian Country Singer-Songwriter based in Melbourne. A firestorm on stage, Emily’s energetic and charming presence delivers catchy hooks and personal stories with relevance and authenticity.
'Maybe', a duet with Troy Kemp, paints bittersweet memories of a past connection. The ballad questions whether different past actions would have changed the present, but ultimately affirms, "I'm worth more than maybe."

Destiny Band Oz - Great Courage     Country 15/01/2020
Destiny Band Oz is the performing name of Australian singer-songwriter-musicians, Thomas & Tessa Libreri.
This is the English version of the song called 'Kuragg Kbir', originally written in Maltese by Thomas Libreri. It is an epic story about his family emigrating from Malta to settle in Australia and a loving tribute to his mother, who made the long voyage alone, at a very young age, to join her newly wedded husband on the other side of the world …Great courage!

FredBear - Summer's Here     Country 15/01/2020
Freddie or ‘Fredbear’ as he is known locally is a 15-year-old singer songwriter from Tamworth NSW and has been performing live for the last two years.
'Summer’s Here' is inspired by FredBear’s experiences as both a performer and fan at Tamworth Country Music Festival, providing vocals, guitar tracks and co-producing this single. The lyrics are a collaboration with superstar Brad Cox. 'Summer’s Here' is set to become a firm favourite with fans at this year’s Festival.

Innocent Eve - Viking     Country, Folk 15/01/2020
Innocent Eve: Sisters, singers, songwriters, Bec and Rachel. The girls pay homage to their musical roots of country, folk, singer/songwriter and Americana.
Viking is about the age-old battle between the head and the heart. A cautionary tale about knowing you are falling for the wrong person and falling anyway and the feeling of foolishness when the inevitable happens.

Ashleigh Dallas - Candles Burning     Country 13/12/2019
Third generation in a country music family dynasty, it is no surprise multiple Golden Guitar Winner Ashleigh Dallas took to the music scene like a duck to water.
‘Candles Burning’ captures the heartache and restlessness that follows during the grief process of a loved one. How often you honor their traditions in the hope to feel them close and as if they are even still around. Written from the heart after Ashleigh lost her Grandfather “Dah”.

Jesse Dee - Lost For Words     Pop 13/12/2019
Jessie Dee is passionate about her music and often writes from a real place about past experiences or feelings.
'Lost For Words' is about a one sided young love, she is giving everything but getting nothing in return. It takes listeners on a journey through the sometimes double mindedness of a young girl in love packaged in a fun mid tempo track that will have heads boppin'.

Shara Rose - Last All Night     Pop, R&B, Electronic / Beats / Industrial 13/12/2019
Shara is what we call a triple threat in the entrainment world: A talented singer, musician, and dancer from Perth, Western Australia, now based in Sydney.
‘Last All Night’ is hard hitting 808s, soaring synth lines, and a beat to get the blood pumping. A song for listeners of all ages with positive lyrics and a message. It’s all about just going out, having a good time with your friends, and not feeling the pressure to be anyone other than your true self.

Benn Gunn - Luckiest Man Alive     Country, Pop 09/12/2019
Benn Gunn is a true blue Aussie playing his own unique brand of Aussie heartland rock combined with his Aussie humor.
‘Luckiest Man Alive’ is a fun, mid-tempo romantic love song filled with black cats, broken mirrors, rabbit foots and four leaf clovers. This is the perfect feel-good song for anyone who's ever been in love.

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Connie Kis Andersen - Angels All Around Us     Country 05/12/2019
No stranger to hard work, perseverance and passionate dreams of a career in music, Connie Kis Andersen has defied industry paradigms by carving a successful music and radio career.
Christmas time is one of reflection, rejoicing, giving and gratitude. The season may even be tinged with sorrow. With devastating bushfires and drought so prevalent throughout Australia, this track is a timely reminder of how Angels (family, friends, neighbours and strangers) reach out and lend a helping hand in times of need.

Della Harris - Must Have Been The Wine     Country 26/11/2019
Della Harris is a singer songwriter from Melbourne who has performed at major music festivals around Australia.
'Must Have Been The Wine' is a playful look at the tricky situations we can find ourselves in when it comes to relationships and the reality that even though we know someone is not good for us, sometimes we find ourselves going down that road anyway. Blame it on the alcohol but sometimes the heart wants what the heart wants.

Lara D - Me & Them     R&B, Pop 22/11/2019
Moroccan / Lebanese pop-urban sensation Lara D is a breath of fresh air for the urban music scene with her cut above talents in both singing and her rap game.
'Me & Them' is a powerful and unapologetic anthem that demands a conversation around self love and confidence. For Lara, it boldly sheds a light on her passion towards staying true to herself, owning up to her insecurities and as a result, finding herself and her worth. Lara has teamed up with Sammi Constantine and ARIA chart topping producer Liam Quinn.

Alisha Smith - Keeroongooloo Station     Instrumental, Country 20/11/2019
Alisha has toured right around Australia four times with her partner Keith Jamieson and their daughter Caitlyn. They perform all over the country at festivals, pubs, clubs and old halls.
'Keeroongooloo Station' was written by Slim Dusty and Kelly & Marion Dixon. This has always been one of Alisha's most loved Slim songs so she decided to record an instrumental version whilst Caitlyn has played some great fiddle. Kelly Dixon was excited to hear the instrumental version of it as it hadn’t been done before.

Caitlyn Jamieson - Tennessee Flat Top Box     Country 20/11/2019
With four Australian tours under her belt, Caitlyn has performed all over the country at festivals, pubs, clubs and old time country halls.
Caitlyn is a big fan of Johnny Cash and has been singing 'Tennessee Flat Top Box' on stage for the past few years. This is one of her favourites and it’s always a popular song at the Jamieson family shows with Caitlyn singing and Alisha on acoustic lead picking on the Gibson J45 guitar.

Chris Williams - Paradise     Country, Pop, Rock 20/11/2019
Country rock singer-songwriter Chris Williams is stirring up waves on the Australian country music scene.
'Paradise' is a feel good, summer, turn it up in the car type song about looking for our own version of Paradise while also recognising that it's right in front of us. It's about the parallel of wanting more but being grateful for what we have.

Keith Jamieson - The Real Australia     Country 20/11/2019
Born in Goondiwindi, Keith Jamieson has spent most of his life in the bush, which is where he gets most of his inspiration for songwriting.
A song penned by Keith Jamieson describing his feelings on the direction Australia is headed. With an emphasis on Australian land being purchased by foreign investors, he wonders what the pioneers and war veterans would think and how the future generations will survive.

Tom Curtain - She Gave Us The Song     Country 15/11/2019
Tom Curtain is a multiple Golden Guitar winning Independent singer-songwriter, entertainer, horseman, entrepreneur, family-man and spokesman for rural health, living and working in outback Northern Territory.
Considered the First Lady of Australian Country Music, Slim Dusty’s wife, Joy McKean’s songs are the remarkable legacy of a creative life. Co-written by Garth Porter and Kelly Dixon, this vocal collaboration between Tom Curtain, Lee Kernaghan and Sara Storer is a tribute to Joy in her 90th year.

Emma Dykes - The Drovers     Country, Folk 14/11/2019
Emma sings just as she lives her life – wanting to give to others and celebrate the stories and experiences in song.
‘The Drovers’ was penned with fellow artist Matt O’Leary whilst on a 4500km off-road 4WD fundraiser for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter called The Drovers Run. The song brings together to spirit of the Drovers who fundraise and the chopper itself that saves so many lives in Australia.