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Muscle Car

Muscle Car - hailing from Melbourne, Australia and inspired by the likes of Motorhead, Zeke and The Wildhearts, Muscle Car have a sound often described as motorpunk, brutal, heavy, loud, and the list goes on. This is Aussie rock n roll that's a full throttle powerhouse.

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The Devil Rides Out

"Soulful and blues-colored rock ’n' roll that would fit quite nicely as a soundtrack to a biker movie with hairy reprobates swigging bourbon and riding choppers in between sessions of vandalism. Imagine a band that is the sum of ZZ Top, AC/DC, Led Zep, Miller High Life, sunshine, sideburns, and convertibles and you will come pretty close to physically defining The Devil Rides Out."- STONERROCK.COM

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Lynwood Slim

Lynwood Slim, born Richard Duran in Los Angeles, California on August 19th, 1953, is best known as a blues harmonica player and singer. He also also plays flute, composes, and produces and engineer recordings. Slim started playing harmonica at 15. His early influences include <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Jimmy+Reed" class="bbcode_artist">Jimmy Reed</a>, <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Little+Walter" class="bbcode_artist">Little Walter</a> and <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Big+Walter+Horton" class="bbcode_artist">Big Walter Horton</a>. He played the Los Angeles music scene, sitting in with <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Eddie+%22Cleanhead%22+Vinson" class="bbcode_artist">Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson</a> and others, then moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1977.

Dos Hell

Four piece Brisbane outfit Dos Hell are bringing a fresh wave of indie pop/rock and roll with the release of their new EP titled ‘In Stereo’ available now through iTunes.
You’ll be bouncing off the walls with their new mixture of classic 50s and 60s rock’n’roll and raw, energetic sound. Influenced by The Monkees, Buddy Holly, The Kinks and others of the 50's and 60's era; Dos Hell takes indie pop to a whole new level.

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Simon Breed

Simon Breed began The Birthmarks when, some time after the demise of his critically-acclaimed band Breed, he took himself to New York with an acoustic guitar and a cheap keyboard from Brixton Market, to test his mettle with solo gigs in the East Village. After going down a storm, he returned to London to play with the occasional assistance of talented multi-instrumentalist John Sullivan on keyboards.

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Ball Park Music

In 2006, Ball Park Music began to crawl as an uneventful solo adventure for singer/songwriter Samuel Cromack. In the eighth year of the Naughties, equipped with a little collection of songs, his adventure took him to Brisbane. At a serendipitous pool-party he encountered Daniel Hanson, Dean Hanson, Paul Furness, Brock Smith and Jennifer Boyce: five of the most talented and delightful musicians...EVER!

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Halfway is a 7 piece country rock band from Brisbane Australia. formed in 2000. They have released 2 Albums on Laughing Outlaw Records. The first "Farewell to the Fainthearted" in Oct 2004 & the second "Remember the River" in nov 2006.

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Formed in 2003 in Newcastle, Australia, Grannyfist started as a 2 piece blast/grind/noise band, featuring Granny (Luke Hoskins) on guitar/vocals/samples and Saint Fistopher (Paul McIntyre) on drums and backing vocals, with the occasional noise and vocal contributions from Cut Off Bloody Hand (Matthew Close).
Other people did guest appearences on recordings, but the core line up was with Granny and Saint Fistopher.

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