Independent Artist Of The Week

Independent Artist of the Week: total tommy

You’re driving home, it’s midnight. You’ve got your headphones in, and a warm jacket zipped to the top. It’s raining, and the raindrops are falling dramatically and frankly quite elegantly down the window. Who are you listening to?

Independent Artist of the Week: Chonzu

Our Independent Artist of the Week Chonzu’s latest mixtape is a guided tour through a alterterranean sonic landscape. He joined Ify on Up For It to tell us all about it.

Independent Artist of the Week: JUPiTA

“I feel like I’m constantly evolving… as an artist, there’s a lot of different skins you need to shed.”

INDEPENDENT ARTIST OF THE WEEK: TWINE

Fbi Radio’s Independent Artist of the Week, Adelaide based band Twine, recently sat down with Ruby and Al on Arvos for a chat. They’re known for their compelling and explosive live show – tight, angular, post-hardcore that occasionally teeters into moments of explosive noise.

Independent Artist of the Week: piiico

Hopeless romantic, shoegazer and star-catcher piiico stopped by Up For It to unfurl the nostalgic intimacies that inspire him.

Independent Artist of the Week: Hanoi Traffic

They don’t do count-ins. They don’t do long sets. For our Independent Artist(s) of the Week, being caught off guard is a necessary part of what makes their music exhilarating and commanding. They joined Rhea Thomas and Finn Rees on 704 W High St to tell us all about it.

Independent Artist of the Week: DEVAURA

“I feel like a new kid at school… everybody’s just like ‘do you know where your classes are? Let me show you how to open a locker.’

Independent Artist of the Week: Sachet

FBi’s independent artist of the week Sachet have made their sweet return from a 4 year hiatus with a punchy EP. Their lead singer and songwriter Lani Crooks sat down with the Up For It team to discuss what’s been in the works. 

Independent Artist of the Week: BBIANCA

BBIANCA is a rising hyperpop force who produces textural and flirtatious bops for 2000s pop culture worshippers.

Independent Artist of the Week: Guano C

On his debut single Guano C brings mischief music to the Sydney scene.