Passport Approved Top 10:

1) SEA GIRLS "DNA" (Polydor, UK)
2) SINGLE BY SUNDAY "Help" (Unsigned, Scotland)
3) GOLDSKEYE & TIM SCHOU "Go Hard" (Unsigned, New Zealand)
4) ADÉLAIDE"Euphorie" (Unsigned, Germany)
5) STEREOTIDE "Touch The Sky" (Unsigned, Germany)
6) TRIBE FRIDAY "Shut Me Up" (Unsigned, Sweden)
7) SAHARA BECK "Teenage Dirtbag" (Unsigned, Australia)
8) LUKE NOA "Your Smile Should Have Been Mine" (Humming Records, Germany)
9) RHETT REPKO "Lover Won't You Come Back?" (Unsigned. N. America)
10) BAKER GRACE "Pressure" (Unsigned, N. America)



Artist Of The Week

Distinctively emotive, soul-inspired pop singer/songwriter Alfie Arcuri hit the mainstream after being crowned the winner of The Voice (Australia) in 2016. In 2019, Arcuri was a finalist in Eurovision - Australia Decides which led him to represent Australia at two of Europe’s biggest song contests; Golden Stav, where he won “Best Song Interpretation” and most recently the global New Wave festival in Sochi. Boasting an impressive 7.5 million streams for his first hit self-penned single “If They Only Knew,” Arcuri’s signature sound has continued to dominate with performances and touring across Australia, Europe and the US. As a songwriter, Arcuri has penned tracks for Eurovision as well as The Voice Australia winner’s singles and the 2017 Marriage Equality official campaign anthem “Love is Love.” In 2020, Alfie featured on Gran Error’s hit single “Buona Sera” causing international noise. His single “Same” was a finalist amongst more than 4,000 entries in the 2018 Vanda and Young Global Songwriting Competition and in 2021, his single “Handsome Man” won Best Ballad at the Berlin Song Week Conference and was shortlisted again for the prestigious Global Songwriting Contest. Alfie Arcuri's voice and talent is truly one of kind; his new single “Overtime,” which deals extensively with mental health issues and anxiety, offers a taste of his upcoming EP due for release later this year.

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