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#TrustedForTaste Best Songs of The Week — January 22

Each week, we receive countless submissions of exciting new music, so we’ll be taking you through a weekly wrap up of all our favourite new tunes every Friday called #TrustedForTaste.

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Purple Sneakers Approved: Our unmissable acts playing Splendour In The Grass 2018

Christmas in July is real and that’s because, to any fan of music, SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS is better than any Christmas.

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Purple Sneakers’ Definitive Guide To This That 2017

THIS THAT has, in its mere three years of activity, become somewhat of an institution for Newcastle, and by extension NSW, and its music scene.

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This That is making sure the third time’s a charm with monster 2017 lineup

Australia is experiencing a renaissance period for festivals right now, and THIS THAT is grabbing that bull by the horns.

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POOLCLVB’s ‘You + Me’ EP is drenched in summery goodness

The hardest thing about hosting a pool party is nothing because you have a pool and nothing is bad about your life.

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Dive into POOLCLVB’s summer single ‘You Give Me Love’

POOLCLVB has delivered another sun drenched single, dropping ‘You Give Me Love’ off his forthcoming EP, You + Me.

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POOLCLVB has your summer soundtrack sorted with “Always”

Looking for that one song to hit repeat on at every hazy beach day, poolside party or underground club over the next few months.

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Bag Raiders ‘Shooting Stars’ (POOLCLVB Cover)

Back in 2009, a little duo from Sydney called BAG RAIDERS put out possibly their biggest single to date.

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Tube & Berger ft. Juliet Sikora ‘Set It Off’ (POOLCLVB Remix)

TUBE & BERGER deliver a mix of disco and funk in the original mix of ‘Set It Off’ and although it sounds fantastic, POOLCLVB has made it even better by adding in his own chilled house vibe and creating a remix worthy of the upcoming spring nights.

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PREMIERE: Mickey Kojak ‘Feel My Pain’ ft. Tazzy (POOLCLVB Remix)

Since 19 year old MICKEY KOJAK dropped his track ‘Feel My Pain’, the world seems a slightly better place for it.