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Georgia Mae’s Savvy Seven

Georgia Mae has released her latest single ‘Soul Like This‘ through Sony Music’s Lemon Tree Music. The ballad dons a bold romantic gesture on its sleeve, yet the heart comes from the introspective undertones within its lyrics and the intimate production choices of the Brisbane songwriter/producer.  Following her degree in Music Technology at Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Georgia has put …

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Kutcha Edwards Savvy Seven

Kutcha Edwards is a renowned Indigenous Australian artist who has been combining song writing and activism since 1991. As a member of the Stolen Generations, he communicates his own experiences and speaks on behalf of those that have gone before him. His music touches the soul and should be heard by all. Kutcha has just released the …

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NOIRE’s Savvy Seven

NOIRE is a Sydney based Synth-Pop band comprised of two members, Jessica Mincher and Billy James. NOIRE has consistently created a compelling and versatile sound, best experienced through their debut album ‘Some Kind Of Blue,’ which explores songwriting techniques and sounds from genres such as shoegaze, pop, blues and indie rock. ‘Some Kind of Blue’ was produced …

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Boo Seeka’s Savvy Seven

Boo Seeka have made a very successful music career for themselves over the years with bangers like Kingdom Leader, Does This Last and next up on the list of Boo Seeka hits is their newly released single Days Get Better, the second track to be released for their highly anticipated sophomore album. The duo has put in …

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Great Gable’s Savvy Seven

Perth band Great Gable are a testament to the fact that hard work does pay off. Sitting quietly under the radar, the band has wasted no time perfecting their unique indie-rock sound and performing to audiences across the country. Last year was one of great success (and increased notoriety) with the band’s release of their Lazy Bones …

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Dale Tanner of Ocean Grove’s Savvy Seven

Melbourne’s Ocean Grove have expertly communicated their brand from campaign to campaign over the last decade using eye-catching visuals and familiar-yet-fresh styles. Releasing their sophomore full-length album earlier this year, Flip Phone Fantasy unapologetically cycles through the band’s dearest influences of the early 2000s and landed their second top-10 spot in the ARIA charts.

Spacey Jane’s Savvy Seven

If you haven’t heard of Spacey Jane by now, where have you been?! Forming in 2016, from Fremantle, WA, the band have certainly made their mark in only a few years. Since releasing their first EP, No Way To Treat An Animal in 2017, they have been sharing new music every year, including a recent single ‘Straightfaced’, …

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Moaning Lisa’s Savvy Seven

Chances are you probably caught Canberra band Moaning Lisa play recently as part of the brilliant Instagram live music festival – Isol-Aid, helping raise funds for the essential music industry support service Support Act.  The four piece found each other in 2016 after graduating from music degrees, and came together after realising they all shared a love …

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Butterfingers’ Savvy Seven

In 2001, ‘Evil’ Eddie Jacobson drunkenly put his name down for a gig at his workplace at the time, Brisbane venue The Zoo. Forgetting about the booking with no time to cancel, Eddie threw a set together with some mates and laid the foundations for Aussie Hip-Hop group, Butterfingers. Informed by crowd response, the band developed their …

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Youth Group

Danny Allen of Youth Group’s Savvy Seven

Youth Group have long been a staple in the indie music scene. Emerging in the late 90’s, the Sydney outfit have undoubtedly forged a successful career with their signature brand of rock. Skeleton Jar, their sophomore album released in 2004, garnered rave reviews and ultimately marked the start of Youth Group’s musical journey. However, it was their cover …

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