Jason Lee (feat Tania Kernaghan) – Dust Beneath My Boots

Have you ever wanted to run away from the world, feel dirt and dust on the soles of your feet, and be at peace with no noise and fresh air? Let Jason Lee’s brand new duet ‘Dust Beneath My Boots’ with Tania Kernaghan help you escape.

Early into the recording process, Jason knew this song needed to be a duet and as fate would have it, Tania instantly agreed. A much loved performer at national festivals including the Tamworth Country Music Festival and the Gympie Muster, his list of awards to date are impressive, amassing titles that include ‘Male Vocalist of the Year’, ‘APRA Song of the Year’ and ‘Heritage Song of the Year’, as well as being nominated for a Golden Guitar Award for ‘Best New Talent’ in 2012.

Influenced by the likes of Merle Haggard, Slim Dusty, Tracy Coster and Stan Coster, Jason’s music is a heartfelt journey through traditional country music. His words and music are a reflection of his life and beliefs in the country and its people, and there is a tangible sense of affection towards his fans.

Since his 2008 debut self-titled EP, Jason has spent time honing his craft as a live performer and musician of merit. His debut album was the 2010 much loved ‘Better Late Than Never’ which was recorded at Hillbilly Hut Studios on the NSW Central Coast, with well-known producer Simon Johnson.

The singer’s latest offering is an album that Jason describes as a journey. “The change of the country music genre has inspired me to produce a great sounding record that listeners will appreciate. It’s a modern twist I guess.”

Dakota Brown – “Safe in His Hands”

Dakota Brown Biography:

29 year old Christian/Pop/Soul singer Dakota Brown, undoubtedly has a gift for singing. But it wasn’t until after a major car accident, where his passion for singing began. In the accident, the vehicle hit black ice, fishtailed violently, and hit an embankment where the car then flipped upside down through the air. Brown’s left hand and fingers hit the windshield, and were crushed between the car and the road leaving it completely mangled, requiring three hand surgeries and much physical therapy. Soon after, he discovered his absolute love for singing.

“Something just clicked after that,” Brown states. “I suddenly knew that singing was what I was meant to do.” Already playing guitar prior to the wreck, the car accident forced Brown to retrain and re-learn guitar opposite-handed after suffering severe injuries to his left hand. He had three surgeries to repair the extensive damage. Soon after, Brown teamed up with local guitarist, Luke Basile. The two formed a duo and went on writing and performing in their small town of Pendleton, Oregon.

After extensive duo work, the time came to assemble the band. In June of 2011, Dakota Brown Band recorded and released their EP titled “Find Your Way,” which proved to be a strong first release for the group. They proceeded to record with three-time Grammy nominated producer, Brook Floyd; where they released a second untitled EP, recorded at Rainmaker Studios in Pasco, WA. The band then traveled to Hawaii to film a music video for their single, “How Far We Can Go,” which proved to be a great success. Brown and his mates continued to play throughout the Pacific Northwest for six years, one of their most notable shows being held at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend, Oregon.

They have since parted ways to pursue their own artistic projects. Brown continues writing and performing music. His first single release as a solo artist just released on August 14th, 2020, called “Safe in His Hands.” It will be followed by his first Solo EP, in late October of 2020. The EP, produced by Producer/Songwriter/Worship Pastor Brandon Bee; invokes an original, soulful, and artistic sound that is guaranteed to inspire listeners.

Today, Brown is launching his solo career to inspire others and give glory to God through his music; to share his story of perseverance and overcoming obstacles that will encourage others to chase their dreams. “Everyone longs for safety and freedom these days,” Brown stated. “This song is about where true safety and freedom can be found. Everyone just needs to know the One who can give that to them.”

Brown’s music is something special; that will bring a fresh and new creative sound to the music scene. And a much needed message of hope, revival, assurance, and freedom in Christ. Look out for Brown’s soulful sound, as he’s set to release his EP this fall to the Pacific Northwest, and beyond.

LT – Hold Ya

Three times Queensland Music Award winner, singer songwriter LT today shares her delightful new single, Hold Ya – a sugary slice of heartening dream pop. The track is accompanied by a charming Chelsey Johnston video that perfectly captures some lovely moments of connection between people.

Soaked in nostalgia, Hold Ya is clever indie pop that showcases LT at her best. Littered with triumphant brass notes and uplifting guitar, the track is buoyed by LT’s dreamy voice with that refreshing Aussie pronounciation she’s known for. “Hold Ya was written during a pretty turbulent time,” explains LT, “It’s a story about two people in love, however through the struggles they’ve endured they begin to drift apart. Neither of them want to leave, but both of them are desperately seeking reassurance that the other wants them to in fact stay and it turns out they both do.”

Already notching up some impressive acclaim pre-release, Hold Ya placed LT as a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition and a finalist in the Queensland Music Awards (Blues & Roots category). And LT’s last single Overthinker was part of the Slow Down Songs campaign last month, she’s one of ten Queensland acts (including Jungle Giants, Tijuana Cartel and more) who have donated their tunes to a Spotify campaign addressing road safety outside schools, alerting drivers when they are five kilometres from a school zone. The Slow Down Songs campaign on behalf of the Australian Road Safety Foundation sees Spotify insert the songs, edited to include the safety message, into the personalised playlists of its Queensland premium users.

Filmed and edited by emerging filmmaker and fellow Cairns local, Chelsey Johnston, with visual effects and animation by Annie Murray from Bigger Picture Animation, LT insights, “Chelsey had the beautiful idea of capturing moments of connection between people. Mothers and daughters, best friends and lovers all connecting in different ways. She messed around with the speed of the track during the filming process, which really signified to me the changes of pace we all experience in any relationship. Relationships change, move, disappear and re-invent themselves all the time and our life can be quite tough if we don’t allow them to do that. Sometimes you’ve got to try harder, and sometimes you have to let go. We chose to film at the Cairns Roller Skating Rink as it’s dear to the community and holds so many memories and stories of connection within its 1980s decor.”

The UK-born, Papua New Guinea-raised, far north Queensland resident, LT recently rebranded from Leanne Tennant. After the release of her third studio album Happiness Is….. in the troubled year of 2020, Leanne had the space and time to reflect on her career to date – and where she wanted to head in 2021. She explains, “I rarely ever get called by my full name, and I really felt that after such a complicated year it was time to simplify my life and go by the name most know me by and start 2021 with a fresh outlook. LT feels so right to me.”

Thrilled to get back to performing live after the year that was, LT recently supported Bernard Fanning and has announced a show at Bearded Lady (Brisbane) on April 17, and will play the Sunshine Sounds Festival (Eumundi, QLD) on May 1 and 2.

Hold Ya is out now.

Carrie Underwood – “My Savior”

Following the extraordinary success of her recent Christmas album, My Gift, seven-time GRAMMY® Award winner Carrie Underwood has today released an album of gospel hymns, titled My Savior. My Savior is co-produced by Underwood and GRAMMY® Award winner David Garcia, with whom she co-produced her critically acclaimed 2018 album Cry Pretty, her seventh album which peaked at #4 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

My Savior, consists of covers of traditional gospel hymns Underwood grew up singing (tracklist below), is a spiritual companion to Underwood’s first-ever Christmas album. “It’s been such a blessing to make music like this, inspirational music that is near and dear to my heart,” says Underwood. “These two albums have been on my musical bucket list since the beginning of my career and were planned long before the events of the past year, but somehow it feels like the perfect time to share these beloved songs with the world.”

Underwood’s co-producer on My Savior, David Garcia, is a multi-platinum selling, four-time GRAMMY® Award-winning record producer and songwriter. With his early roots in Christian music, over the past decade he has achieved chart-topping success across multiple genres of music with over 20 US #1 songs to his credit. He has twice been named ASCAP’s Christian Music Songwriter of the Year (2015 and 2019), has written three ASCAP Award winners for Christian Music Song of The Year, as well as won nine Dove Awards. In addition to co-producing the Cry Pretty album, Garcia and Underwood’s collaborations include co-writing tracks such as ‘Southbound’ with Josh Miller, ‘Drinking Alone and Love Wins with Brett James, as well as the original tracks ‘Let There Be Peace’ and ‘Sweet Baby Jesus’ with Brett James’ on My Gift, among others.

My Gift featured a combination of beloved traditional favourites celebrating the spiritual nature of the holiday, as well as several new originals, including the two written by Underwood, Garcia and James. GRAMMY® Award-winning producer, mixer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Greg Wells produced and arranged the album.


Troy Cassar-Daley releases his latest single ‘The World Today’ the title track from his new album to radio today
The World Today is the 11th studio album from the multiple ARIA and Golden Guitar winner and is his most personal album to date dealing with loss, acceptance and ‘story’, all while finding a will to grow stronger and move forward in these troubling times.
Troy explains, “An old uncle of mine used to say ‘it’s not all beer and skittles’ and that saying is so true. Over the last couple of years the family life and work life balance that I’d always had, shifted. It became a monumental struggle”. He added, “On top of that I lost my Dad in 2019. People knew of his passing but what I didn’t share is that he took his own life. It hit me incredibly hard and I feel I didn’t give myself the time to grieve. Then came Covid and that’s when I really hit rock bottom.”
Pulling himself from that dark time, Troy found joy in writing with old friends and playing bass and drums on some of the rough demos in his home studio, then in Sydney in the hands of producer Matt Fell with a handpicked bunch of incredible musicians and engineer Ted Howard – the record was finished in just under a month.
Troy’s songs have been the soundtrack to the everyday triumphs, struggles and good times for Australians from our small towns to the big cities and this record is no different. It’s testament to the longstanding career of the 50th inductee into the prestigious Australasian Roll Of Renown, who has also been awarded numerous accolades including 37 Golden Guitars, 4 ARIAs, 3 APRA Song of the Year awards, 9 Deadlys (Australian Indigenous Artist Awards), 4 CMAA Entertainer of the Year awards plus 2 NIMAs (National Indigenous Music Awards).
After spending the majority of 2020 writing and recoding at home, Troy is recently finished touring with MIDNIGHT OIL & First Nations Collaborators – ‘MAKARRATA LIVE’ and has a run of solo dates coming up, including Bluesfest Byron Bay, Gympie Music Muster, Deni Ute Muster and Savannah in the Round. For more information, visit troycassardaley.com.au/touring/.

Paul McCartney – Find My Way ft. Beck


Hailed upon its release last year as “vital and comfortable taking new chances” (Rolling Stone) and “cheery, resilient, forever looking forward” (The New Yorker), Paul McCartney’s McCartney III is now literally moving into the future in the form of McCartney III Imagined, to be released digitally April 16.

Personally curated by Paul, McCartney III Imagined features an A-List assortment of friends, fans and brand new acquaintances, each covering and/or reimagining their favoUrite McCartney III moments in their own signature styles. The result is a kaleidoscopic reinterpretation of an album Rolling Stone accurately tagged “an inspiration to us all”-one that serves as an extension of the instantly beloved McCartney III while standing on its own as brilliant and adventurous milestone in the McCartney discography.

The first offering from McCartney III Imagined was from American singer/rapper/songwriter Dominic Fike, whose cover of “The Kiss of Venus” transmutes the tender acoustic ballad into a retro-futuristic R&B tour de force. Out today, the follow up single is McCartney’s ‘Find My Way ft Beck’.

Further III-imaginations will be forthcoming from Damon Albarn, Blood Orange, Phoebe Bridgers, Josh Homme, Khraungbin, 3D RDN of Massive Attack, Ed O’Brien (EOB), Anderson .Paak, St. Vincent and more.

Originally released December 18, 2020, McCartney III is the third in a trilogy of home-made and self-titled albums that began with Paul’s 1970 solo debut McCartney, and continued in 1980 with McCartney II. All three albums were written, performed and produced by Paul in varying states of isolation, all showcasing his unique creativity and inspired spontaneity. Recorded in “Rockdown,” McCartney III topped album charts across the world, scoring Paul his first UK#1 album in 31 years – increasing his lead as the UK’s most successful chart act of all time.

McCartney III Imagined continues the tradition of the biggest and most diverse names in music covering Paul’s songs – an ever-expanding lineup that ranges from more recent versions by Billie Eilish, Harry Styles, Dave Grohl, Coldplay and The Cure, to interpretations over the years from the likes of U2, Guns N’ Roses, Earth Wind & Fire, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, Joe Cocker, Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles and so many more. McCartney III Imagined is a testament of Paul’s enduring and unmatched influence, a legacy that stretches from “Yesterday” being the most covered song in contemporary musical history to the inspiration his current work continues to hold for generations of artists and fans.


The poetry of Leonhard Cohen, the madness of Tom Waits, the tragedy of Joy Division – that’s ALL THE QUEEN`S HORSES

Three times nominated finalist for Performance, Singer Songwriter and ScreenShot category at the INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION this year, releases debut single and video.
(Previous years ISC winners are Bastille, Vance Joy, Gotye, Tones and I)
STYLE: Singer Songwriter, folktronica-rock, for friends of dark and deep songs, with lyrics full of metaphors and historical references.


“RAISED BY WOLVES” powerful, sparsely and modern instrumented between folktronica and minimalistic cinematic rock. With modern beats and filmic sound design, a groovy bass, guitar feedbacks and an intense sawing cello, that strokes the mood even deeper.

The dark cobblestones, tunnels, side streets and riverbanks of Dublin offered the ideal dark backdrop for All The Queen’s Horses first single Raised by Wolves. The video concept was simple, everyone has to carry their own baggage in life and it is not something that you can let go of, no matter what you do. It follows a protagonist and heroine and the breakdown in mechanics of their relationship. The film is shot in black and white. The video was inspired by the 1962 Orson Welles movie adaption of Kafka`s book “The Trial”.

The artist about RAISED BY WOLVES: The song tells the story of a person who experiences constant misfortune in life (I live in fire and there’s no symmetry and there’s no winning here) and of the people who should never have abandoned him. Their indifference towards him (when the storms came I’d stay out in the snow) and his incomprehension of how they can accept this so easily (I held on to Jerusalem with my arrow and my bow). This man is on a warpath against all those who have abandoned him, but loses the strength to continue fighting them (and I will follow you and I will follow them) and his world begins to come apart at the seams. Embittered by his years of neglect, he believes that the misfortune and suffering of others is not equal to his (their virgin chests swim near and there’s no fitting in). The protagonist is portrayed as caustic, hostile and argumentative. His world collapses and he is poison to those around him.


347aidan is a 17-year-old Canadian rapper/singer whose music is defined as ’emo-rap’, finding tastes of pop, rock and hip-hop in his sound. The genre-blending artist pulls inspiration from XXXTentacion, Kurt Cobain and Tyler the Creator. The ‘347’ in his name stems from numerology research; 3 meaning PEACE, 4 meaning LIVE and 7 meaning FOREVER.

A self-described “misfit”, Aidan has developed a highly engaged, rapidly growing following by creatively teasing his music through his personable & spontaneous content on socials.

347adian started gaining momentum with the release of his previous single ‘Dancing In My Room’ which really took off on TikTok. The track received massive Tik Tok influencer support, from Bella Poarch, Tate McRae and more. The track has had more than 95m streams on Spotify alone. Prior to this single, 347aidan also released ‘Demons and Monsters’; a growing single in developing his story, having more than 17m Spotify streams.

His last single ‘IDWK’ was produced by none other than Kenny Beats, one of the most in-demand hip-hop producers who has worked with the likes of Rico Nasty, Vince Staples, Dominic Fike, Benee (check out Pitchfork).

The rising artist was selected as Pigeon & Planes’ Best New Artist for November (check it out HERE), landed a Spotify Radar artist campaign in Canada with a billboard in Toronto, YouTube’s Artist on the Rise in US & CA, was named TikTok Canada’s Breakout Artist for 2020 and more!

347aidan is a unique artist with an exciting story to build in the alt-hip/hop community. His creativity, exploration and individuality make him strong force to be reckoned with

JD Reynolds – Whatever

A true singer, a real songwriter, a neoteric producer, an incredible dancer and striking performer, all wrapped up in a stunning package that could grace the cover of any magazine in the world, and yet, her down to earth country girl charm is what makes this extraordinary artist so real.

JD Reynolds was born an artist. “It’s in my blood. Music, melody, lyrics and dance flow through my veins, gifts straight from God for which I am thankful”. JD’s Mother had Elvis, Michael Jackson, Prince, Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston on daily replay in the house, so JD grew up listening to the King of Rock ‘n Roll, The Prince of Pop, The PRINCE of Everything, The Caruso of Rock, The Queen of Country Music and The Queen of the Night.

JD’s sound is fresh originality for Country music. “My entire album came to me like a bolt of lightning, the JD sound, my sound, respecting Country music roots yet having my own next level twist”. As an up-and-coming producer, JD teamed up with seasoned producer Braddon Williams to co-produce what Country music insiders have nicknamed “The Jagged Little Pill of Country”.

Braddon has achieved more than thirty top-ten hits, amassed over thirty times platinum in record sales, and his work has received both Grammy and ARIA award nominations, credits include Beyoncé, Snoop Dogg, P Diddy, The Script, Kelly Clarkson, and his latest favourite, JD Reynolds.

Braddon knew he was helping to create a unique Country album for an incredible talent. JD Reynolds is her own artist, incomparable, and the album reflects it. Braddon brought in the talents of; Murray Sheridan on drums, whose credits include Pink, Kelly Clarkson, The Script, BoysIIMen and The Vines. Kris Petersen is on guitars and banjo, whose credits include Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Orianthi, Van Halen and Billy Joel. Keyboards – Greg Agar (ARIA Award winner, OSCAR shortlisted, credits include Al Pacino). The intrinsic talents of Chi Ho Choi, an award-winning guitarist that added “banjo magic” heard in JD’s latest tracks.

Luke Lukess, on guitars, credits include The Veronicas, McFly, The Living End, Art vs Science, and Short Stack.

JD’s sound has been mastered by Andrew Mendelson, who has mastered dozens of #1, Grammy winning, gold and platinum projects by artists including The Rolling Stones, Blake Shelton, Eric Church and Willie Nelson.

As a trained dancer and award-winning choreographer, JD needs to dance her own moves as well as sing her own words and melodies. “Dance is a part of who I am, for me, dance is an expression of the soul, expressing what words simply cannot”. The three together have been described as “cutting edge visual poetry.”

Captivating those who hear her and mesmerizing those who see her, JD knows how to make Country sound great and look even better.

Lana Del Rey – Chemtrails Over the Country Club

Following the success of her 2019 GRAMMY®-nominated album “Norman Fucking Rockwell,” Lana Del Rey today releases her highly anticipated seventh studio album, “Chemtrails Over The Country Club.” The album, which consists of 11 songs, is co-written by Lana and Jack Antonoff. It includes a cover rendition of Joni Mitchell’s classic, “For Free,” featuring singers Zella Day and Weyes Blood, along with a feature from TBD on the track “Breaking Up Slowly.”

Tomorrow Lana will also released her music visual for the song “White Dress,” inspired by famed director David Lynch. The song is the third release from the new album, following the title track “Chemtrails Over The Country Club” and “Let Me Love You Like A Woman.”

The album is now available for download on streaming platforms found HERE along with purchase of CD, cassette, picture disc, and various exclusive vinyl formats that can be found on www.lanadelrey.com.