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Briggs talks Bad Apples and good figs on Up For It with Ruby Miles

Pauline Hanson, Bad Apples, middle-fingers and rhyme-based mid-career pivots – it’s early morning Briggs!

Dallas Woods chats about the pull of hip hop, Chapter One and mum.

East Kimberley’s own Dallas Woods drops by Arvos with Grace and Al on the tail-end of his tour.

PREMIERE: Listen to White Dog’s seething new hardcore 7″ Year of the Pig

Cop this throat punch of a 5-tracker from Sydney punks WHITE DOG, here first.

Milan Ring plays ‘Step Back’ live and chats origins, dream gear and bullying

SMAC award nominee for Next Big Thing and all-round creative juggernaut Milan Ring stopped by Arvos for a chat and a sing.

Independent Artist of the Week: Stevan

18 year old rapper/producer Stevan is already labelmates with Rejjie Snow and Young Thug – bring on the big time.

The Chats chat pub feeds and traveller pies on Mornings

Smoko’s over so The Chats are back on the tools, chatting to Bridie about pub feeds, servo snacks and taking aus culture to the world.

Bottle It In, banjo, and Billy Joe Shaver: it’s Kurt Vile on For The Record

Kurt’s latest record ‘Bottle It In’ was the focus of this week’s For The Record and Dan Gordon caught up with him ahead of his big Enmore show.

PREMIERE: Julia Why? take on madness in their ethereal new single ‘Starman’

The seed for new single Starman was planted when David Bowie’s death triggered a profound confrontation with mental illness for Julia Wylie.

PREMIERE: Cult Shotta’s new single MK Ultra subverts the Aus rap status quo

Cult Shotta mixes modern trap elements with early Ye and Pharrell, advancing their rep as one of the slickest Aus hip-hop acts out.

PREMIERE: White Dog’s single ‘Storm the Streets’ serves up classic, cathartic punk

One play of this new one from Sydney punk classicists White Dog, and you’ll be dropping everything immediately to storm your nearest street, crescent or boulevard.