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27 Jun Trading Tunes with Hexdebt


Next week is the second Changes Music Conference in Melbourne. Over 100 speakers, 100 artists, 20 showcase curators and 10 venues will all team up over the course of two nights (July 3rd and 4th) to highlight the importance of progressive discussions within the music community. It’s a very important event in the landscape of what makes the Melbourne music scene more important than just the music itself. And no band on the 2019 Changes bill is more in demand right now than Hexdebt. Their album launch in May was near impossible to get a media pass to, even months out. A good indication that a band is a hot ticket.

They released their debut album Rule Of Four on April 26th and it’s a whirlwind experience that takes many spins to get an understanding of how to process its power and multitude of tough messages. They blaze fire like Savages, White Lung or Cable Ties, but even with those comparisons, they surpass containment — so much so you’d assume they don’t drive with side mirrors. Actually they probably don’t even drive on the road, they’re more of an off-road 4WD who’ll make your Google Maps app crash. But this isn’t a band trying to emulate the past; they’re living in the now and there’s a sense of how brittle making music can be — go hard or go be an accountant. After the 27 minute album, you’ll need a jug of water, a massage and probably a stroll on the beach to regain yourself and prepare yourself to do it all over again.

You can catch Hexdebt play the Future Popes showcase on July 3 at 11.30pm. Until then, they’ve sent us a Trading Tunes. “We chose artists who we feel discuss issues/ideas in their music or through their live performance that often go unspoken about, and that to us, embody social change within the music industry”.

Briggs – ‘Life is Incredible’


“This one speaks for itself. Briggs has been an incredible force during dark times in Australia, and always deals with difficult subject matter with an incredible balance of humour and severity.”

Chai – ‘Great Job!’


Chai are another example of artists who subvert the stereotypes thrust upon them – in their case, the idea of kawaii/cute and the potentially racist and sexist undertones that come with these labels. Chai’s ‘Great Job’, like Briggs, also has a sarcasm to it that we love. And their rhythm section is incredibly tight!”

Sateen – ‘Finer Things’


Sateen are a married wife duo who are fiercely unafraid to be both outspoken and vulnerable. They have been endlessly touring the US playing pride festivals and raising awareness of queer and trans issues. Their songs are so fun and well produced, and their outfits hark back to a vintage queer glamour that Hexdebt gets around.”

Kaiit – ‘Miss Shiney’


Kaiit‘s music has a classic quality to it, but the earnestness of her lyrics completely embodies change to us. Kaiit discusses every day issues with the weight they deserve, and doesn’t shy away from acknowledging insecurities about her music, even in the music itself.”

Surfbort – ‘Trashworld’


Surfbort‘s commitment to unwavering kindness and friendship can be almost confronting – it’s definitely a surprise to see a renegade group of punks talking about love and friendship so freely. Surfbort seem unconcerned with their image, and frontperson Dani Miller uses her platform to discuss social issues around her without isolating those who might not know about what she’s discussing. We love the balance of anger/rage with the lighthearted/upbeat.”


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10 Jun Ripe Podcast with The Ocean Party


Lachlan Denton and Liam Halliwell came in for a Ripe Podcast to talk about the end of The Ocean Party. [1:58] That time when Ripe recorded The Ocean Party live in The Tote front bar and then lost the footage. [4:50] We talk through the timeline of The Ocean Party from the beginning. [18:50] Having troubles getting shows when they moved to Melbourne. [29:43] Heading to the USA to play shows in 2014. [46:44] The influence of Mess+Noise and Dolewave being Zac’s process for coming to terms with who he was. [1:06:50] When Zac passed away, the media coverage was a real shock back home. [1:23:00] What becomes the focus after The Ocean Party.


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06 Jun Trading Tunes with Sweet Whirl


Sweet Whirl is the latest great signing by the ever reliable Chapter Music after previous releases with the fantastic label Bedroom Suck. Working with both of those labels is a good sign, having band members from Total Control, Laura Jean and Gregor’s live band makes Sweet Whirl’s latest EP Love Songs & Poetry an automatic must listen. Love Songs & Poetry was released on May 3rd and it doesn’t disappoint, in fact I’ve had the EP on loop all day, and it keeps getting better each time around.

The EPs mood is dreary, which seems to be a big theme with the best music of 2019 (Weyes BloodTitanic Rising, Sharon Van EttenRemind Me Tomorrow, Julia JacklinCrushing, Cate Le BonReward, Big ThiefU.F.O.F.), maybe in 2019 everyone just feels safe at home looking out the window, the only place they can control the weather and not feel on display. A lot of the lyrics on Love Songs & Poetry could’ve been written inside of a wet window. Singer Esther Edquist sings “I put it into words, cause you never learned to” on ‘Put Into Words‘, the “you” person is unknown giving you the feeling that nobody is currently outside of this wet window. It’s space for your imagination, and when you can’t see, you’re forced to use your imagination even more so. On ‘Rubber Heart‘ Esther sings “down on memory lane, it all goes on in houses”, and this gives us another clue as to her current location and retrospective mind set. And during ‘Ray C‘, Esther gives us a more specific clue location when she sings “the last time I saw you coming up the stairs, it was the last time you turned to me and said, are you, coming up, coming ah, coming apart just a little”.

So the next time it’s wet outside your upstairs window, and you’re feeling retrospective, throw on Love Songs & Poetry and you’ll never feel alone.

You can catch Sweet Whirl launching the EP on June 14th at The Tote Hotel. To get a little more insight into Esther’s influences, she’s kindly sent us a Trading Tunes with the theme of “‘How To Catch A Killer Track’, – “all my blurbs are about personal history as a songwriter.”

Penguin Cafe Orchestra – ‘In A Sydney Motel’


“I had this song on a mixtape from my friend and ex-bandmate Kieran (from Superstar) – when James Vinciguerra (from my band and also Total Control, Trevor etc) used to borrow my car he got really obsessed with this song and wanted us to do a cover of it. I could never get my head around how to cover it though – it’s super evocative of Potts Point, in the rain, in a more lonely time.”

Palace Music – ‘Gulf Shores’


“When Liam (Barton) and I started working together on recording Sweet Whirl we were trying out different drummers, and one sweetie who joined us for a day was the fabulous (and fabulously busy!) Karla Way from Beaches. She mentioned this song to us as a reference and we both became obsessed with it – it was precisely where we were at that time in regards to the Sweet Whirl band sound.”

Morning And The Sleepy Kids – ‘Works In Savers’


“This Tassie band was released by Albert’s Basement back in 2010, and I have a hazy memory of seeing them play a reunion gig sometime between 2014-5. This album, “Songs 2004-2007” has some remarkable stuff on it, this great lyricist with her Robert Forster in a dress-up-box style theatrical vocal delivery, and the lean harmonies and melodies, home recording roughness but essentially great songwriting that captures a whole feeling of a time in a life.”

Arthur Russell – ‘”Instrumentals” Volume 1 (Part 1)’


“A track I first heard via Liam, walking into his studio and saying, “what the hell is this, Sufjan Stevens?!” But it was Arthur Russell being beautiful in the 70s. Pure sad joy. We both couldn’t believe we’d never heard it before. Another cherished reference for ideal music.”

Joanna Newsom – ‘Swansea’


“Recently I revisited this album Milk-Eyed Mender by Joanna Newsom, which I was rather obsessed with when first it came out. Her lyrics were probably one of the most influential benchmarks I acquired as a young songwriter – yes, Morrissey‘s dark humour, but also Newsom’s deeply literate, intricate and whimsy wordplay impressed me so much, and left an indelible mark on my own writing. ”


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05 Jun Ripe Guide: Australia’s Best New Music (6/6/19)


Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska


This is our updated weekly playlist of the 40 best new Australian songs released within the past three months. This week’s guide includes new entries from Kythira, Lachlan Denton & Studio Magic, Nearly Oratorio, Shining Bird, Hatchie, Sweet Whirl, Gena Bruce, Market, Tram Cops, Clea, Skydeck, Eugénie, Mere Women, and this week’s best new track by Grand Prismatic.

As always, we have an updated Spotify playlist, updated SoundCloud playlist, and our full guide below.

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40. Mount Trout – ‘I Have Everything’ | Uploaded: April 22nd | Open with YouTube

39. Mere Women – ‘Spell’ | Uploaded: May 9th

38. Eugénie – ‘Little Bit in Love’ | Uploaded: May 24th

37. Skydeck – ‘Solid State’ | Uploaded: May 23rd

36. Clea – ‘Insecurity’ | Uploaded: May 22nd

35. DJ Heure – ‘Get Down’ | Uploaded: April 12th | Open with YouTube

34. Kirin J Callinan – ‘It Takes A Muscle To Fall In Love’ | Uploaded: April 23rd | Open with YouTube

33. Body Type – ‘Uma’ | Uploaded: May 1st | Open with YouTube

32. Lucy Roleff – ‘Sometimes Do’ | Uploaded: May 5th | Open with YouTube

31. Swim Team – ‘Are You Into Me?’ | Uploaded: May 15th | Open with SoundCloud

30. Alex Cameron – ‘Miami Memory’ | Uploaded: May 7th | Open with YouTube

29. Static Animal – ‘See You Around’ | Uploaded: April 22nd | Open with YouTube

28. Kythira – ‘My Name’ | Uploaded: May 7th | Open with SoundCloud

27. Nite Fleit – ‘Hot Bot’ | Uploaded: April 13th | Open with YouTube

26. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – ‘Read My Mind’ | Uploaded: April 27th | Open with SoundCloud

25. Jess Ribeiro – ‘Young Love’ | Uploaded: April 12th | Open with Bandcamp

24. June Jones – ‘Meryl’ | Uploaded: April 23rd | Open with Bandcamp

23. Tram Cops– ‘Real Luv’ | Uploaded: May 23rd

22. Market – ‘Circles’ | Uploaded: May 21st

21. Gena Bruce – ‘Rearview’ | Uploaded: May 15th

20. Retiree – ‘Gate’ | Uploaded: May 2nd | Open with Bandcamp

19. Skydeck – ‘Tourniquet Too’ | Uploaded: April 23rd | Open with YouTube

18. Market ft. Tanaya Harper – ‘Everytime’ | Uploaded: May 2nd | Open with SoundCloud

17. Mildlife – ‘How Long Does It Take?’ | Uploaded: April 5th | Open with YouTube

16. Body Type – ‘Free To Air’ | Uploaded: April 8th | Open with YouTube

15. Ferla – ‘You Were There, Jim’ | Uploaded: April 9th | Open with Bandcamp

14. Hexdebt – ‘Ekhos’ | Uploaded: April 26th | Open with Spotify

13. Stella Donnelly – ‘Die’ | Uploaded: May 8th | Open with YouTube

12. Sweet Whirl – ‘Put Into Words’ | Uploaded: May 20th

11. Hatchie – ‘Obsessed’ | Uploaded: May 17th

10. Shining Bird – ‘Who Are We’ | Uploaded: May 24th

9. Nearly Oratorio – ‘Down To The Minute’ | Uploaded: May 20th

8. Frances Fox – ‘November For’ | Uploaded: April 23rd | Open with Bandcamp

7. Lachlan Denton & Studio Magic – ‘This Christmas’ | Uploaded: May 16th

6. Emma Russack – ‘Winter Blues’ | Uploaded: May 13th | Open with YouTube

5. RVG – ‘Alexandra’ | Uploaded: May 1st | Open with YouTube

4. Kythira – ‘Seen Out’ | Uploaded: June 1st

3. Honey 2 Honey – ‘Colony Music’ | Uploaded: April 5th | Open with Bandcamp

2. Grand Prismatic – ‘Safe As Houses’ | Uploaded: June 1st

1. Sunbeam Sound Machine – ‘Silent Era’ | Uploaded: May 3rd | Open with YouTube


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24 May Ripe Podcast with Elle Young from PBS 106.7FM & Cool Explosions


Elle Young is the presenter of Headhunters on PBS 106.7FM at 5pm on Mondays. She’s also the lead singer of the neo-soul three piece Cool Explosions. [8:23] Elle recaps falling in love with South American music. [12:50] Where she finds all her music. [12:27] The time Cool Explosions played in a Sydney Karaoke bar. [33:20] How does a band reach the audience they want in 2019. [46:41] Explains what happens during the Work Your Magic Radio Festival at PBS, [56:45] The forthcoming PBS move to the new Collingwood Arts Precinct (CAP). [1:02:11] How PBS shows have diversified over this decade.


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15 May Ripe Guide: Australia’s Best New Music (16/5/19)


Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska


This is our updated weekly playlist of the 40 best new Australian songs released within the past three months. This week’s guide includes new entries from Honey 2 Honey, RVG, Emma Russack, Stella Donnelly, Hexdebt, Ferla, Frances Fox, Market, Skydeck, Retiree, June Jones, Huntly, Jess Ribeiro, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Kythira, Alex Cameron, Peak Twins, Swim Team, Lucy Roleff, Body Type, No Mono and this week’s best new track by Sunbeam Sound Machine.

As always, we have an updated Spotify playlist, updated SoundCloud playlist, and our full guide below.

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40. Sweet Whirl – ‘Ray C’ | Uploaded: April 23rd | Open with YouTube

39. Mount Trout – ‘I Have Everything’ | Uploaded: April 22nd | Open with YouTube

38. No Mono – ‘Keep On’ | Uploaded: May 7th

37. Rolling Blackouts C.F. – ‘In the Capital’ | Uploaded: March 1st | Open with SoundCloud

36. Body Type – ‘Stingray’ | Uploaded: March 4th | Open with YouTube

35. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Planet B’ | Uploaded: April 8th | Open with YouTube

34. DJ Heure – ‘Get Down’ | Uploaded: April 12th | Open with YouTube

33. Kirin J Callinan – ‘It Takes A Muscle To Fall In Love’ | Uploaded: April 23rd

32. Body Type – ‘Uma’ | Uploaded: May 1st

31. Lucy Roleff – ‘Sometimes Do’ | Uploaded: May 5th

30. Swim Team – ‘Are You Into Me?’ | Uploaded: May 15th

29. Peak Twins – ‘Water’ | Uploaded: February May 5th

28. Alex Cameron – ‘Miami Memory’ | Uploaded: May 7th

27. Genesis Owusu – ‘WUTD’ | Uploaded: March 14th | Open with YouTube

26. Thomas Gray & Liam Ebbs – ‘Ladies Well’ | Uploaded: March 1st | Open with SoundCloud

25. Roza Terenzi – ‘Open Me’ | Uploaded: March 29th | Open with SoundCloud

24. Static Animal – ‘See You Around’ | Uploaded: April 22nd | Open with YouTube

23. Kythira – ‘My Name’ | Uploaded: May 7th

22. Nite Fleit – ‘Hot Bot’ | Uploaded: April 13th | Open with YouTube

21. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – ‘Read My Mind’ | Uploaded: April 27th

20. Jess Ribeiro – ‘Young Love’ | Uploaded: April 12th

19. Huntly – ‘Low Grade Buzz’ | Uploaded: February 13th

18. June Jones – ‘Meryl’ | Uploaded: April 23rd

17. Retiree – ‘Gate’ | Uploaded: May 2nd

16. Skydeck – ‘Tourniquet Too’ | Uploaded: April 23rd

15. Market ft. Tanaya Harper – ‘Everytime’ | Uploaded: May 2nd

14. Memphis LK – ‘Speak Honestly’ | Uploaded: March 28th | Open with YouTube

13. Mildlife – ‘How Long Does It Take?’ | Uploaded: April 5th | Open with YouTube

12. Body Type – ‘Free To Air’ | Uploaded: April 8th | Open with YouTube

11. Nearly Oratorio – ‘Juniper’ | Uploaded: March 28th | Open with YouTube

10. Stella Donnelly – ‘Season’s Greetings’ | Uploaded: March 8th | Open with Spotify

9. Sunbeam Sound Machine – ‘Seems Like You’ve Made Up Your Mind’ | Uploaded: March 19th | Open with YouTube

8. Frances Fox – ‘November For’ | Uploaded: April 23rd

7. Ferla – ‘You Were There, Jim’ | Uploaded: April 9th

6. Hexdebt – ‘Ekhos’ | Uploaded: April 26th

5. Stella Donnelly – ‘Die’ | Uploaded: May 8th

4. Emma Russack – ‘Winter Blues’ | Uploaded: May 13th

3. RVG – ‘Alexandra’ | Uploaded: May 1st

2. Honey 2 Honey – ‘Colony Music’ | Uploaded: April 5th

1. Sunbeam Sound Machine – ‘Silent Era’ | Uploaded: May 3rd


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08 May Ripe Podcast with Jess Ribeiro


We sat down with Jess Ribeiro to breakdown her new album LOVE HATE on Barely Dress Records. Jess tries to remember the first time we met in Brooklyn late 2015.  She tells us the story of what happened the next morning when she met Leonardo DiCaprio. Breaks down the difference between the previous album Kill It Yourself and LOVE HATE. Dissect all 12 tracks on LOVE HATE. Why a friendship in Berlin inspired LOVE HATE and why the album then took so long to be released.

Tour dates:
July 12 – Bearded Lady, Brisbane
July 13 – 14 – Bello Winter Festival
July 18 – OAF Gallery, Sydney
July 19 – Franks Wild Years, Thirroul
July 26 – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne
July 27 – Grace Emily, Adelaide
August 2 – Rye Hotel, Rye
August 3 – Bridge Hotel, Castlemaine


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02 May Ripe Podcast with Joanna Syme


Joanna Syme of Big Scary now runs her own music label called Hotel Motel. Joanna came on the Ripe Podcasts to talk about Melbourne real estate, what’s been happening since the last Big Scary album, the inability to search Spotify via music labels, how the Up The Guts tour works, meeting Tom Iansek and starting Big Scary, getting artists to post on social media, a break down of all the current releases on Hotel Motel, and what’s like touring India.

Hotel Motel have new EP releases from L.A. Mood and Romeo Moon, while Pieater have a new No Mono single out next month. Listen to the full podcast on the Ripe SoundCloud and Spotify accounts.


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01 May Trading Tunes with Honey 2 Honey


The new A Taste Of EP by trio Honey 2 Honey is one of Chapter Music‘s most recent releases and its four tracks feel like a forbidden exploration of a large prop warehouse. It’s dark, but not scary. It’s a little creepy, but also harmless fun. It’s silly, but only as fun as your imagination. It’s not always easy to understand exactly what’s happening throughout A Taste Of, but that’s often when life is its most stimulating, when humans can’t look away until they understand what’s happening. Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it didn’t stop Honey 2 Honey from releasing a mix and matching of ideas that others would only keep in a secret folder on their laptop. Deep stern vocals like John Maus, minimal foggy atmospheres like Dirty Beaches and snippy keyboards with nicking hi-hats like Gang Gang Dance. By the time ‘Colony Music‘ rounds out the EP, you’re certain that they’re teasing you, and that they must have many more tracks and ideas than just these four in those secret laptop folders.

 

EP Track List:
1. Tone Of Voice
2. Under the Hangar
3. 4
4. Colony Music

Honey 2 Honey are based in Canberra and Sydney, but you can catch them in Melbourne on May 4th at The Curtin with Simona Castricum and Waterfall Person. Until then, they’ve sent us a Trading Tunes with the theme of “touching music”:

Bill Withers – ‘Use Me’


A Bill Withers classic, this song and this performance in particular is a masterpiece of restraint — they are all literally sitting down — nothing showy about it. There is not one note that is out of place, no part of the performance is overstated. Cool, collected and raw as. Amazing.”

SWV – ‘Anything’


“This is the intro track to SWV‘s album Its About Time. It is much more restrained than the rest of the album (which is also fantastic). I really love the repeated vocal harmony which goes behind the lead. The whole thing is just sultry and smooth. The final repeat when everything but the vocals and drums drops out — magic.”

Fafá de Belém – ‘Aconteceu Você’


“This is a song by Brazilian singer Fafá de Belém. I just google translated the title — apparently it means ‘You Happened’. Pretty nice, huh? The beginning of the song is just perfect RnB and then it goes high funk drama. The video is cool, too.”

Holy Balm – ‘Clandestine’


“This is a song by our label siblings Holy Balm. I think this song is pretty amazing. The lyrics are sincere (potentially to the point of irony) and beautiful, and musically the song performs the trajectory of its band — from post punk wonk to thumping vocal house classic. Emotion, groove, and a sprinkling of comedy — perfection.”

India – ‘To Be In Love’


“This clip is incredible. The energy of India and crowd is pretty off the charts even before she starts singing, and when she does it is just mayhem. H2H love a diva. Not much more to say — just watch the clip.”


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24 Apr Ripe Guide: Australia’s Best New Music (25/4/19)


Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska


This is our updated weekly playlist of the 40 best new Australian songs released within the past three months. This week’s guide includes new entries from Body Type, Mildlife, Memphis LK, Nite Fleit, Static Animal, Genesis Owusu, DJ Heure, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Mount Trout, Sweet Whirl, Roland Tings, Good Morning, Skydeck, Simona Castricum, Soft Touch, Morgan Wright, Variations of Light, Erasers, Karyme, No Local, Truly Holy, L.A. Mood, Courtney Barnett, I Know Leopard, Hierophants, City Calm Down, Gold Fields, and this week’s best new track by Nearly Oratorio.

As always, we have an updated Spotify playlist, updated SoundCloud playlist, and our full guide below.

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40. Gold Fields – ‘Glow’ | Uploaded: April 14th

39. City Calm Down – ‘Television’ | Uploaded: April 18th

38. Hierophants – ‘Limousine’ | Uploaded: April 22nd

37. I Know Leopard – ‘Everything Goes With You’ | Uploaded: April 5th

36. Courtney Barnett – ‘Everybody Here Hates You’ | Uploaded: April 15th

35. L.A. Mood – ‘Highway Fidelity’ | Uploaded: April 16th

34. Truly Holy – ‘Inner Devotion’ | Uploaded: April 22nd

33. No Local – ‘Nothing More To Give’ | Uploaded: April 12th

32. Karyme – ‘See Sea’ | Uploaded: April 24th

31. Erasers – ‘Forecast’ | Uploaded: April 16th

30. Variations of Light – ‘Overlook Hotel’ | Uploaded: April 17th

29. Morgan Wright – ‘The Step’ | Uploaded: April 23rd

28. Soft Touch – ‘Faint’ | Uploaded: May 26th

27. Simona Castricum – ‘The Half Light’ | Uploaded: April 11th

26. Skydeck – ‘Tourniquet Too’ | Uploaded: April 23rd

25. Good Morning – ‘Still Commit Crimes’ | Uploaded: April 4th

24. Roland Tings – ‘Hiding In The Bushes’ | Uploaded: April 5th

23. Sweet Whirl – ‘Ray C’ | Uploaded: April 23rd

22. Mount Trout – ‘I Have Everything’ | Uploaded: April 22nd

21. Rolling Blackouts C.F. – ‘In the Capital’ | Uploaded: March 1st | Open with SoundCloud

20. Body Type – ‘Stingray’ | Uploaded: March 4th | Open with YouTube

19. Web Rumors – ‘Sinner (For Your Love)’ | Uploaded: February 5th | Open with SoundCloud

18. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Planet B’ | Uploaded: April 8th

17. Julia Jacklin – ‘Comfort’ | Uploaded: February 14th | Open with YouTube

16. DJ Heure – ‘Get Down’ | Uploaded: April 12th

15. Genesis Owusu – ‘WUTD’ | Uploaded: March 14th

14. Thomas Gray & Liam Ebbs – ‘Ladies Well’ | Uploaded: March 1st | Open with SoundCloud

13. Martin Frawley – ‘Something About Me’ | Uploaded: February 6th | Open with SoundCloud

12. The Ocean Party – ‘Nothing Grows’ | Uploaded: February 6th | Open with SoundCloud

11. Skyscraper Stan – ‘On Your Corner’ | Uploaded: February 8th | Open with SoundCloud

10. Roza Terenzi – ‘Open Me’ | Uploaded: March 29th | Open with SoundCloud

9. Sunbeam Sound Machine – ‘Talking Distance’ | Uploaded: February 5th | Open with YouTube

8. Static Animal – ‘See You Around’ | Uploaded: April 22nd

7. Nite Fleit – ‘Hot Bot’ | Uploaded: April 13th

6. Memphis LK – ‘Speak Honestly’ | Uploaded: March 28th

5. Mildlife – ‘How Long Does It Take?’ | Uploaded: April 5th

4. Body Type – ‘Free To Air’ | Uploaded: April 8th

3. Nearly Oratorio – ‘Juniper’ | Uploaded: March 28th

2. Stella Donnelly – ‘Season’s Greetings’ | Uploaded: March 8th | Open with Spotify

1. Sunbeam Sound Machine – ‘Seems Like You’ve Made Up Your Mind’ | Uploaded: March 19th | Open with YouTube


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