Independent Artist Of The Week

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: Gussy

Local multi-disciplinary artist Gussy creates sounds that are as powerful as they are elegant. Their background lends itself to a consistent sense of poise and precision in everything they do.

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: GAUCI

Sydney trio Gauci create seriously smooth Italo disco. Soaked in synth and charming melodies, it’s expertly produced with a refreshing post-punk twist.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Habits

Habits are the self-professed “sad goth party jams” duo you’ve been waiting all year for. 

Independent Artist Of The Week: Ruby Fields

ATARs, beers with mates and being on your P plates… Nineteen year old Ruby Fields is the self-confessed “average chick” turning teen Australiana into damn good songwriting.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Great Outdoors

Meet Great Outdoors. The Melbourne trio blend jangly pop and post punk sensibilities, creating a sound that’s restless, raw and refreshing.

Independent Artist of the Week: Mitch Tambo

Mitch Tambo, a proud Gamilaraay and Birri Gubba Juru man, blends the powerful sounds of the didgeridoo with deep grooves and contemporary beats.

Independent Artist of the Week: DAY SPA

Treat yourself to a spiritual journey with DAY SPA, an audio visual project by Sydney’s Julius Gibson.