'Running Out Of Time' is out now!
Our Song of the Day is Running Out Of Time by Loki Hines featuring Kasey Chambers. Recorded at the Rabbit Hole Studios, Running Out Of Time is the first single release off Hines' upcoming EP, Wildfire.
Loki has toured extensively across Australia and abroad with artists such as Kim Churchill, Daniel Champagne, Shaun Kirk, Lime Cordiale, the Vanns and Tynne-James Organ just to name a few. Now an accomplished singer-songwriter, Loki has recently worked alongside well-known artists such as Kasey and Bill Chambers and Brandon Dodd of Grizzlee Train.
The well-known and respected Wollongong musician began shredding the guitar at the age of four and was gigging professionally by the time he was 14.
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In November 2018, Chambers was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and has won an additional fourteen ARIA Music Awards with nine for ‘Best Country Album’.
She is the recipient of nine CMAA Golden Guitar Awards, plus, five of her twelve studio albums have reached No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart - Barricades & Brickwalls (September 2001), Wayward Angel (May 2004), Carnival (August 2006) Rattlin' Bones with Shane Nicholson (April 2008) and Dragonfly (January 2017).
Her latest album, Campfire (with the Fireside Disciples) took home the 2019 Golden Guitar for ‘Traditional Country Album Of the Year’ as well as the 2018 ARIA for ‘Best Country Album.’ It features the singles The Campfire Song and Goliath Is Dead.
Earlier this year, Chambers released a country cover of Eminem's Lose Yourself.
Chambers explained, “Eminem has been one of my favourite songwriters for many years. We listen to a lot of him in our house. I’ve been mostly influenced in my life by writers who bravely put fearless emotion into lyrics, and no one does that better than Eminem. I don’t really care too much about what genre music fits into, just that the sound comes from a real, authentic place from inside the artist. Eminem makes me feel things when I hear him. Not always the most comfortable things but I’m not sure that music is always meant to make us feel comfortable.”
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