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The Vinyl Ground have just released a brand new music video “LOSING MYSELF”  Directed/Filmed and Post Production by Jazz Milburn. 


This romantic nostalgic ballad, is a dreamy, cosmic, black and white Arthouse video starring - Jazz Milburn and Shaun Hardy.


An amorous, starry eyed vibe is intertwined throughout this visual piece, also featuring band scenes and transitioning video art, melting every scene into each other with an ethereal cosmic theme.


Quote: “ A soulfully satisfying full rounded experience of just WOW!” - MICHEL GRAVIER- NYC


The video is now available to watch on Youtube. Launched on 11/11/22 

The song single will be available on all major platforms soon date TBA.

The song was written, produced, arranged and mixed by Jazz Milburn.Full credits are on the released video.


The Vinyl Ground is a Gold Coast based, independent and totally self sufficient band/creative project.

Lead by Multidisciplinary sound and visual Artist Jazz Milburn-Singer /songwriter/producer/film maker and musician. 

Permanent band members are

Cob Cockrill- Keyboardist, co producer and multimedia Artist. Kyle Haig guitarist and Nikky Anancin as the bass player. 


Jazz started the project in Melbourne, she started writing/ producing and developing the sound, before getting a Melbourne live band together in late 2019. 

Then the Pandemic hit and Melbourne’s music scene was deeply affected. 

So Jazz closed her Creative Production studio business and decided to relocate to family and focus on her music and to start a new page in life.

She relocated to The Gold Coast after the long Melbourne lockdown and the borders re opening in 2021. 


She wasted no time and met her now Queensland band members.

They have been busy working behind the scenes recording the upcoming release -The Vinyl Grounds debut album to be released early in 2023. 

The band will be supporting the album release through live shows TBA early in 2023


The Vinyl Ground craft layered songs. It's been described as a fusion of Art pop, indie British rock, dance, soul, and dub. 


Quote “Genre defying” … “refreshingly different”  - BLANK STREET PRESS MAGAZINE


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