Jazz NOBODI is busy. Busy with his own solo work, dropping an EP earlier this month; busy with Planet Vegeta, the group which began in 2018 with SVNO, Look Good and himself, and who are in the midst of recording a tape; and busy with 92Wrld, the umbrella collective which branches off into all manner of divergent lanes. And that’s not even all of it. Our Independent Artist of the Week this week, be swung by Arvos with Tommy Codling to talk about the things that keep him BUSY.
“Surprising energy for 10pm EDT, Addie is bright eyed and bubbly, sitting outside somewhere, a graffitied shutter dimly lit with a string of bulb lights hanging behind her.” Rhea Thomas sits down with Addie Warnacke, aka Computerwife, for an honest and deep chat about radio, Tumblr, and making jingles.
Sunnets are a brand new Sydney-based project that encapsulates the kind of sunny euphoria that could only be found after quitting a job whilst simultaneously beginning a new romantic relationship. Their debut EP Eucalyptus was born after a Hinge match and recorded during a 48 hour lock-in. They caught up with John Troughton on Up For It! to tell us all about their new record.
At only 21 years old, Perth-based, rising hip hop star Mali Jo$e has delivered his brand new EP BREEZECATCHER. With energetic beats and intimate lyrics, the tracks on this EP take you on a lively journey that has playful moments of varying intensity. He sat down with Ife Obiegbu on Mornings to discuss their inspirations, friendship and the importance of taking a breath, and having fun.
A twisted sense of magic seeps through the music of Sydney electronic trio Gift Exchange. It’s like a brooding storm cloud swirling with sounds ranging from punk to operatic. Comprised of vocalist Madison Scott, guitarist Jaime Krausmann and producer Eduardo Bianchino, the group is self proclaimed ‘witch-house/drag/goth’ outfit.
Venezuelan Mami, Lamira, is making waves with her soulful and infectious blend of Reggaeton beats and Caribbean rhythms. Having made the familiar journey from creating music in her friend’s kitchen, to finding like-minded collaborators to help elevate and spread her sound far and wide, Lamira is an artist fast on the rise.