we are proud to work with a management roster of some of the finest songwriters and performers. check 'em out for yourselves.
Back with a smoother soulful twist to their output, Adelaide's genre-defying Wanderers' undertake a national tour for their latest offering 'Off My Back'. Seeing the band venture deeper with their undeniable groove, a driving beat and vocals that are reminiscent of the Motown era. After a big year in 2017 that saw them tour Australia multiple times, play shows in London, Edinburgh and Berlin and finish it off with winning SA's Best Blues / Roots band at the SA Music Awards; the band are heading out for a national tour and festival shows over the coming months. Details and tickets can be found on the shows tab
Hailing from Adelaide, MANE’s explosive indie pop has the unique ability to have you in awe of her energy while simultaneously singing along to the saddest of songs. Paige Court, the voice of the MANE moniker has described her new single 'Chasing Butterflies' as a song about relentlessly searching for that feeling of excitement in something or someone over and over again; 'it's about loving to love but getting bored really quickly'. Written to evaluate the behaviour and cycles of pain, the track really encapsulates Court's ability to balance heavy subjects with anthemic styling.
MANE's groundswell really began last year, with single 'What If the Love Dies', a track that saw Eric J (Flume, Chet Faker) on the production, it garnered attention from across the globe, Dom Alessio (triple j) described 'There's something enchanting about this dark, caliginous pop song' Accompanied by a beautiful cinematic clip to which heavy weights Rolling Stone got behind and helped propel into the public.
With a dynamic live show, it's unsurprising that MANE has played alongside respected national artists The Temper Trap, Gomez, City Calm Down and Ali Barter with supports around the corner for Stella Donnelly and Alex the Astronaut.
Tom West is an Australian singer-songwriter performing music that traverses the rocky and undulating ground between simple, whimsical folk tunes and grand and moody soundscapes.
Delivering shows where his purposeful songwriting, unforgettable voice and intricate arrangements come to the fore. Effortlessly shifting between performing solo or with his band where banjos, saxophones & guitars complete the ramshackle wall of sound he has drawn comparisons to the likes of Volcano Choir, Andrew Bird, The Lumineers, Of Monsters & Men & Ben Howard. West’s latest work explores new boundaries in his writing and composing.
Current single “Got It Cheap” is drawn from West’s upcoming album that was composed over a two-year period during which time he was influenced strongly by the sudden and traumatic death of his father & mentor.
“Got It Cheap” is a reflection on the disposability of the routines modern life imagined during dream-like walks through the Australian suburbia. Open tuned banjo plays off against West’s old Stratocaster before the song collapses into riffs and swells into dream-like changes.
The new music was recorded between a makeshift studio in the Adelaide Hills, in his home, and Nashville, where the project was mixed and co-produced by Collin Pastore (Lucy Dacus).
2018 has seen West’s songs resonate with new fans around the world. Additions to major Spotify playlists and consecutive ads to radio in his native Australia confirm the songwriters ability to connect with his booming number of listeners.
Armed with a new repertoire of songs and stories following on from years of performing, writing and traveling between Australia, Europe & the Americas West will be touring his upcoming material to the USA in the latter half 2018 and beyond.
Just a couple gals that are here if you need. Always playing for the greater good of the team. Someone else was taller than us and they got to be Goal Keeper. This isn't just for fun although we have a lot of it.
Their debut single 'Stuck' released early March, has brought the duo front and centre to the global industry with Hype Machine blogs across the world raving about the girls, alongside plays on triple j and unearthed spotlight, the world awaits more new music. The clip follows the fun loving nature of the group as they recorded the single, giving a glimpse inside to the playful world that is Wing Defence.
"you can only agree and yell along enthusiastically, a bright indie fist-shaking angst that manages to pivot neatly on the one foot" - themusic.com.au
'mad debut wing def.' - Declan Byrne, triple j
'Um, excuse me, who are you and what is this song and how do I immediately love it this much and which way to the hospital plz' - Tommy Faith, triple j unearthed
'there's not much to say about Wing Defence beyond the fact they are brilliant, new and incredibly exciting given the calibre of their debut single Stuck.' - laundry echo
Stuck is all about that damn awful feeling you have when you love someone so much but you just know you cannot be with them. You don't want to leave, but you just can't stay. We have all been here before, and it's such a terrifying feeling knowing what's in store when you finally become "unstuck." Lost friendships & relationships, judgement, loneliness & guilt... but the good thing is what comes after all those pains... FREEDOM!