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Felicity Urquhart

2006 started with a bang for Felicity at the Tamworth Music Festival, with the new album My Life being launched to thousands of fans in the main street, sellout concert, named a finalist in Female Vocalist of the Year at the CMAA Awards and was invited to join friend Russell Crowe and his band The Ordinary Fear Of God, to perform a duet on stage at the Golden Guitars. Felicity has spent the past few years writing songs for this latest album. Her focus was to be lyrically honest, remaining unaffected by musical trends, and by doing this, shes managed to create her own unique sound.

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Front End Loader

Based in Sydney, Australia, Front End Loader are self-described as "Australia's least popular, relatively well known band". Formed in 1991 FEL have always been a difficult band to categorize. Undeniably a hard rock band, they have avoided the traditional tattoos and hair of hard rock and as musicians, they tend closer to cock or math rock without the earnestness. Front End Loader have been supported by the likes of Regurgitator, The Superjesus and Shihad plus many others. They have a reputation for ferocious live performances and not holding their collective tongue.

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Holy Balm

Holy Balm are a three piece psychedelic dance jam band from Sydney, Australia. The group consists of Anna John, Emma Ramsay and Yoni Hochman.

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Mista Savona

Jake Savona, aka Mista Savona, is arguably Australia's leading exponent of roots reggae and dancehall music, with international releases under his belt and the recent release in Australia of Melbourne Meets Kingston - the first ever album length collaboration between Australian and Jamaican musicians. Released earlier this year to widespread critical claim, it has been hailed as “one of the most important releases of 2007” by 3D World...

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Mid Youth Crisis

Mid Youth Crisis from Melbourne, Australia formed in late 1993 initially under the name Downfall, before changing their name to One Inch Punch in October 94. The initial line-up was Steve (vocals), Dave (bass), Heath (guitar), Adrian (guitar), and Jay (drums). Steve had previously been in Steadfast, and Jay had previously been in Providence. Under the name Downfall, they released two demo tapes containing four songs. The second being recorded in April 1994.

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White Woods

There are at least two artists with the name White Woods. 1. A band from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Formed in 2008 with Pat Breen, Kelly Brown, K Mason, Stuart Campbell, and Emma Sharp, all relocated from Hobart, Tasmania. White Woods have one self released split single recorded with Dan Cross and have recorded a full length album, Bellplay, to be released in June 2010 through Sensory Projects (www.sensoryprojects.com.au).

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