Passport Approved Top 10:

1) NOTHING BUT THIEVES "Excuse Me" (RCA, UK)
2) GO GO BERLIN "Famous Till The End" (Mermaid, Denmark)
3) BLOSSOMS "Charlemagne" (Virgin, UK)
4) THE ACADEMIC "Northern Boy" (Unsigned, Ireland)
5) NIHILS "Not A Man of Violence" (Unsigned, Austria)
6) RUBENS "Hoops" (Ruffcut, Australia)
7) TARA LEE - "Soundtrack" (Unsigned, Ireland)
8) VANT "Parking Lot" (Parlophone, UK)
9) FIZZY BLOOD "I'm No Good" (Unsigned, UK)
10) FINGERTIPS "Out Of Control" (Unsigned, Portugal)

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ALL MANKIND

In just a few years, All Mankind has gone from busking on the street corners of Sydney, to playing some of the largest festivals in Europe, alongside acts like Mumford & Sons, Kasabian and The Temper Trap. Along the way, the two brothers and their two friends have seen their songs featured in the multi-million dollar selling FIFA games by EA, and heard in some of the highest rated shows in the U.S., UK and Australia including the theme song for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, Gossip Girl, Jersey Shore and The Real World. The band’s debut full length Simple Desire, released in 2012, was produced by one of the UK’s hottest producers, Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, The 1975, Jake Bugg). The album spawned the single “Break The Spell,” which was heard on radio stations globally, including KROQ Los Angeles, BBC Radio 2, Triple J Australia and Radio EINS Berlin. The quartet has spent the last three years traveling and touring across the world and wrote a song about returning home to the people you love in the place you know best, called “Welcome Home” - The song was recorded in Sydney and mixed by 7x Grammy Award-winner Michael Brauer (Coldplay, Muse) at Electric Lady Studios in New York.