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Independent Artist of the Week: Egoism

Born on a school bus years ago, EGOISM are making the grade with lush guitar pop explorations of existential dread, mental health and gaslighting.

Independent Artist of the Week: DRMNGNOW

DRMNGNOW’s new one ‘Ancestors’ “is a reminder that Indigenous peoples are driven by a responsibility that dates back into time immemorial. A responsibility that can lead to so much healing for this land”.

Independent Artist of the Week: Tasman Keith

The son of Indigenous hip-hop pioneer Wire MC, Tasman Keith is blazing his own trail out of Bowraville + continuing the storytelling traditions of his people.

Independent Artist of the Week: Married Man

When you find post-punk dream pop this good, you LOCK. THAT. SHIT. DOWN.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Negative Gears

If you’re having a coffee in Marrickville and you hear a scathing punk takedown of the Catholic clergy, it just might be a Negative Gears rehearsal.

Independent Artist of the Week: Traffik Island

Lead singer and guitarist of ORB, HIEROPHANTS and The Frowning Clouds Zak Olsen has an off-kilter crack at another side project – the slow-burning Traffik Island.

Independent Artist of the Week: The Native Cats

Get into some Apple Isle post-punk pub rock that’s as crisp and acidic as a fresh Granny Smith.

Independent Artist of the Week: Midas.Gold

US West Coast via Brisbane rapper Midas.Gold touches trap, dance, UK garage and pop – and you know what happens then.

Independent Artist of the Week: Bachelor Pad

After a three year recording hiatus, Bachelor Pad have come in hot this year with two EPs full of sub-2 minute uncut lo-fi gems.

Independent Artist of the Week: Body Type

Things are coming up roses for mega-talented Body Type, and we quite clearly cannot get enough.