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  • Abbie Cardwell

    (562 listeners)

    australian, under 2000 listeners, kgrl, female vocalists

    Imagine Bobby Gentry & JJ Cale had a love child and she was adopted by Rickie Lee Jones whilst dating Tom Waits and they all had summer vacations with Ryan Adams & Lucinda Williams......and then you've got somewhere closer to describing Abbie Cardwell's sound!

  • Barrell House

    (0 listeners)

  • Bearded Gypsy Band

    (52 listeners)

    gypsy, folk, upbeat

  • Ben Smith Band

    (146 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic ace, under 2000 listeners

    There is a certain craftsmanship to song-writing, and mastering the ability to convey a story as well as emotion is always a fine balance. Melbourne artist Ben Smith has been treading this line for years.

  • Bomba

    (1,736 listeners)

    australian, reggae, melbourne, canada

    Their infectious sound and engaging live show has been recruiting Bomba lovers around the country for the last four years. This Melbourne based, five piece, funky reggae act first landed on the Australian scene as a way to play mutually loved music.

  • Bullet

    (36,617 listeners)

    heavy metal, hard rock, swedish, metal

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) A Swedish hard rock/heavy metal band from Växjö. The band has released four albums: Heading for the Top (2006), Bite the Bullet (2008), Highway Pirates (2011), and Full Pull (2012). The current line up is: Hell Hofer (vocals), Hampus Klang (lead guitar), Erik Almström (lead guitar), Adam Hector (bass), Gustav Hjortsjö (drums),

  • Dj Eddy

    (457 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, happy hardcore

    Well ime a dj. i do my own songs with my dex and a little help with a program called mixcraft !! I come from wrexham,Wales and if ya wanna know anything else about me ask lol . cya l8erz.

  • EL MOTH & THE TURBO RADS

    (0 listeners)

  • Freya Hanly

    (116 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, west australian, seen live

    Traversing a sea of folky-jazz melodies, country ballads, humorous love songs and deeply poetic, classically influenced pieces is Freya Hanly. Freya has established herself in the Australian independent music community as a seasoned performer., having extensively toured WA and the East coast as well as being a regular at some top Australian festivals.

  • Hussy Hicks

    (336 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, under 2000 listeners, girl group

    In a world where everything is reliant on a slick sales pitch or novelty marketing ploy Hussy Hicks are a genuine breath of fresh air. This is a band that exists solely for their love of music, and not only do they love it, but they’re pretty damn good at too.

  • Immigrant Union

    (316 listeners)

    psychedelic, indie, indie rock, seen em live

    Immigrant Union are a Melbourne-based six-piece band, consisting of members Brent DeBoer (of The Dandy Warhols), Bob Harrow (lead singer with Lazy Sons), Peter Lubulwa (ex of The Galvatrons), Dave Mudie, Bones and Courtney Barnett.

  • John Williamson

    (9,142 listeners)

    australian, country, john williamson, singer-songwriter

    John Robert Williamson Order of Australia (born 1 November 1945 in Quambatook, Victoria (Australia) is an Australian country music singer-songwriter.

  • Kate Vigo & the Underground Orchestra

    (0 listeners)

  • Lee Rosser

    (24 listeners)

    seen live

    There is a certain stubborness needed to be an artist untouched by the inevitable lure of commercial short term gain. Few however, take it to the extremes that Lee Rosser does.

  • Little Sisters of the Poor

    (32 listeners)

  • Marshall & The Fro

    (565 listeners)

    rock, blues, folk rock, roots

    Marshall & The FRO create Aussie blues & roots rock music; music that feels so natural and so comfortable it's like slipping into your favorite pair of double pluggers and heading down to the pub for a coldie. Forming in 2003 and performing ever since, Marshall & The FRO is: Marshall Okell on guitar & slide guitar, Nick the Fro Ohlson on Bass and Jake the poods Mann on drums & percussion.

  • Matt Sonic & The High Times

    (27 listeners)

    high, break, the, sonic

    Matt Sonic began a music career at a Brisbane musical institution, Red Zeds Studios, in early 1996, cutting a demo with musical maestro David Atkins in the wee hours of the morning. The demo, Rebel Riders From Mars, would form a template of the deep and subsonic sounds that have become trademark of his bands that followed through the next 10years.

  • Merri Creek Pickers

    (23 listeners)

    psychedelic, barnyard, seen live

  • Redcoats

    (3,375 listeners)

    stoner rock, hard rock, seen live x2, rock 'n' roll

    Australian band. Not to be confused with British band 'The Redcoats'. As with most musical endeavours, Redcoats started in a suburban lounge room back in 2007.

  • Rezzalp

    (20 listeners)

  • Richard Perso

    (21 listeners)

  • Sabrina & The Red Vans

    (6 listeners)

    Melbourne's Sabrina and the Red Vans inject some well needed soul and groove into the hard worn genre of rock 'n' roll. Dirty guitar solos and driving drum and bass compliment commanding vocal harmonies, creating a dramatic push and pull effect that forms the essence of the band.

  • Tijuana Cartel

    (3,824 listeners)

    electronica, flamenco, electronic, lounge

    Tijuana Cartel is a Gold Coast band playing mexican and latin inspired music combined with house and electronic influences.

  • Tom Tuena

    (23 listeners)

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  • Tyson Hodges Trio

    (2 listeners)

  • Volume Addict

    (1 listener)