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Independent Artist Of The Week: ARSE

Sydney trio ARSE make in-your-face punk music. Soundtracking one band member’s existential crisis, their debut tracks explore the baselessness of society, tinged with edge, grit and anger.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Ptwiggs

Sydney producer Phoebe Twigg creates expansive, deconstructed bass productions; swerving between the sensitive and the brutal in the blink of an eye.

Independent Artist of The Week: Swamp Fat Jangles

Three part harmonies layered with whiskey-tinged banjo… Curl up and listen to the melancholic, bluesy folk of Swamp Fat Jangles.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Georgia June

Meet indie pop rockers Georgia June. The Sydney quintet write jams that are brutally honest, relatable and damn catchy.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Willaris. K

Northern NSW newcomer Willaris K creates dark and moody electronica built for the heaviest of dance floors. Let the 23 year-old’s tempos and textures creep up on you.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Forevr

Forevr create spooky future/experimental/shoegaze that’s “stylish to the point of being ostentatious”.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Party Dozen

Experimental duo Party Dozen create abrasive, avant-garde music based solely on improvisation.

Mogwai on the early days, working with Leonardo DiCaprio and album number nine

Stuart Braithwaite and Dominic Aitchinson from Scottish post-rock band Mogwai chat teen influences, ‘Every Country’s Sun’ and how they came to work on Leonardo DiCaprio’s doco.

Independent Artist Of The Week: SK SIMEON

From Melbourne-via-Uganda, SK Simeon combines reggae, dancehall and bass with a Jamaican style of singjaying that’s bound to get you moving.

Nai Palm Chats Hiatus Kaiyote, Staying Present & What She’s Working On Next

Enigmatic Hiatus Kaiyote frontwoman Nai Palm chats to Alex Arnott on Weekend Lunch.