Georgia Griffiths

Independent Artist of the Week: LADY KING

Looking for smooth, sensual soul reminiscent of Raveena, Joy Crookes and Snoh Aelegra? Look no further than LADY KING, aka Gadigal-based, Thai x Australian singer and multi-instrumentalist Lara King.

Body Type’s Cecil and Sophie chat their debut LP on Mornings 

Body Type have released their much-anticipated debut album Everything Is Dangerous But Nothing’s Surprising. Sophie and Cecil caught up with Ben Hansen on Mornings to talk all about the album, dining next to Nick Cave in LA, and playing a hometown show at Oxford Art Factory.

Independent Artist of the Week: Dylan Atlantis

Western Sydney’s Dylan Atlantis creates intimate tracks that blend smooth RnB with lofi grunge, drawing inspiration from the likes of Frank Ocean and Last Dinosaurs

Independent Artist of the Week: Ruu.

Southwestern Sydney’s Ruu. has been hip hop obsessed since he was young. Ruu. is releasing hip hop that will get you dancing but also make you think – something that’s earned him the title of Independent Artist of the Week.

Independent Artist of the Week: Hayku Kyah

Naarm-based artist Hayku Kyah creates arresting tracks that intertwines ethereal spoken word with powerful instrumentals.

Independent Artist of the Week: 198archie

Drawing influence from the UK, our Independent Artist of the Week 198archie produces tracks that recontextualise the past for the modern day.

Independent Artist of the Week: Juni

Sydney-based Juni, aka Shauna Doyle, blends experimental electro sounds to create cinematic, atmospheric tracks akin to the works of Björk and Thom Yorke.

Independent Artist of the Week: Anieszka

Anieszka uses music as a form of healing, creating authentic connection through her soulful sound.

Independent Artist of the Week: 00_

Meet the “dissonant, ever-changing, overwhelming and unpredictable” double O nothing.

Independent Artist of the Week: ZK king 劉

The Naarm-based producer is cutting her teeth as a true multi-disciplinarian.