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Featuring the unique talents of Jake Nauta and Daniel Georgiou, Playjerise are an acoustic duo hailing from the Blue Mountains, Sydney. The band have a new album as of 2009 titled "Better Life", while their previous albumette, "Cross The Line" was released in 2006. Over the years, the pair have performed to appreciative audiences at Hillsong Conferences, RICE Conferences, The Big Exo Day, Blackstump and Sonfest festivals, whilst recieving radio airplay on Triple J, Nova, FBI and FRESH FM 103.2.

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Nicholas Roy

"Peter Gabriel meets David Gray in one-man popster Nicholas Roy. His beautiful voice is full of weariness and drama; his instruments stretched and warped to create a whole dynamic world"
Beat Magazine "I like a guy bold enough to list Elton John as an influence.." Richard Kingsmill, Triple J When Nicholas Roy started playing the Melbourne live circuit, he felt a bit out of place in venues like The Espy.

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Bennie James

'It slowly opens up to this great climax. A beautiful, plaintive pop tune.' Dom Alessio, Triple J's Home & Hosed. 'There's a Death Cab For Cutie-like melancholia to it but it moves into that grand orchestrated bit and suddenly gets all Polyphonic on us!' Steph Hughes, Triple J's Home & Hosed. 'Wonderful build, the production is great particularly the percussion. Nothing over dramatic - just strong songwriting,' Brendan Maclean, Musician & Triple J presenter.

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Town Hall Steps

TownHallSteps originate from Sydney, Australia and have relocated to the UK, bringing their alternative/electro/rock sound with them. Their sound has been compared to bands such as The Killers, Jimmy Eat world, Birds of Tokyo & Faith No More. They have toured extensively since the band began building a huge following around Australia, including opening shows for artists such as All American Rejects, Avril Lavigne, Silverchair, Cut Copy, Parkway Drive, Sneaky sound system and more.

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Tim Fitz

Tim Fitz released two EPs on Bandcamp "Infinite Spaces" and "Before time" in 2011. With tracks like The Line, Disposable Youth, Hopeless Man, and Doubtface, Tim Fitz reveals a unique talent to write,produce,sing and play keys,drums,guitars all at the same time, using looping pedal magic. Skipping easily across genres from indie, pop, jazz,electronic, sometimes in the one tune, he is an artist who will surprise you with his fresh approaches that somehow work superbly, while his soul full lyrics capture the Zeitgeist of his generation.

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