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FRESH MiNT: a refreshing dose of new Territory music
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FRESH MiNT #3 - A Mixed Bag of Genres!
Welcome to the third edition of FRESH MiNT and boy have we got a mixed bag of minty goodness for you. The five songs in this eNews are as different as liquorice and chocolate, bubblegum and sour worms, candy teeth and caramel, sherbet and ok that's enough, you get the idea, it's like a mixed bag of lollies. So, sink your teeth in and share it with your mates. Click through to listen to the tunes and click on the photo to find out more about the artist! Enjoy!
Jenni Boon - "Dear Tommy"
Biographical, historical and close to home, Darwin country artist Jenni Boon has crafted a gorgeous song for the 40th Anniversary of Cyclone Tracy. Inspired by love letters that Jenni’s grandparents wrote during the Darwin disaster, the track is a beautiful and heart-felt insight into the people affected by Tracy. 
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Dan the Underdog - "New Year"
It’s a new year for NT Hip Hop artist Dan the Underdog, and he’s celebrating with a fresh track from his upcoming album Breakfast of Champions.
‘New Year’ is self-reflective, celebratory and tongue-in-cheek - what we’ve come to love from Dan and we can't wait to hear the rest of the album.
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Bloma - "Sleeky"
Electronics, loops, distortion, husky vocals, wonderment and furious insanity, ‘Sleeky’ is the new track from Darwin artist Bloma. And did we mention that soaring chorus, brilliant. The talented musician has already released a self-recorded, produced and mastered album and there's a new EP on the way.
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Champagne with Mary-Jane - "Money, Fame & Fire"
It doesn’t get much fresher than this! Straight from an NT Music School songwriting workshop comes ‘Money, Fame and Fire’ from school band Champagne with Mary-Jane. Fans of Stonefield and San Sisco will enjoy this one. If this is a sign of the standard for the 2015 NT Battle of the School Bands competition… we’re pumped. 
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Leon Spurling - "Open Up Your Eyes"
Now for some Central Australian rock. Leon Spurling is an NT music legend - he’s released five independent albums over 15 years – and he’s back with the first song off his EP Grey Skies (due in April). ‘Open Up your Eyes’ has got traces of Foo Fighters and Millencolin, yet remains distinctively Leon Spurling.
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For more information on FRESH MiNT head to: www.musicnt.com.au/freshmint
Any questions? Contact Amy – amy@musicnt.com.au
 
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