Sydney-based artist maxs started making music as recently as June this year. He discussed the experiences that compelled him to take the leap from music-listener to music-maker with Lill Scott on Up For It!
Energising hip hop beats and down to earth lyrics mirror the energy and honesty brimming from the unstoppable MALi JO$E. In conversation with Up For It!’s Lill Scott, the 20 year old reflected on choosing a career in music, while staying true to himself in the process, and life as a local of Fremantle.
100% combines the creative forces of Lena Molnar, Grace Stevenson and Chloe Blackwood to create clever, honest and emotionally-charged lyrics that speak to the experiences of love and loss.
From over-the-top and unapologetic 2000s pop music, to gritty, rhythmic electronic dance music, our Independent Artist of the Week Kavi will take you on an electrifying cosmic ride through the familiar feelings and phases of having a crush.
Eora-based artist Matt Sitas’ new album WETWARE is an optimistic and bright blend of sounds and genres. This week’s Independent Artist Of The Week can sing and play bass, guitar, drums and keyboards. Like its maker, WETWARE is agile.
Offering an energised blend of dream pop, bedroom pop, shoegaze and indie, Eora-based artist Casey Logemann, aka Gloomie, has been a fixture of the local music scene for several years. She joined Lill Scott on Up For It! to talk through her glistening EP Storm Chaser.
Command D’s music marries ‘the digital realm’ with textured organic sounds on his new EP, Clone Dialogue. He joined Anusha Rana on Up For It! to talk through it.
Lily Morris writes honest, jangly music driven by lyrics about growing up and everyday life in her hometown of Braidwood, NSW (Yuin country), where she is based.