From the Netherlands via New Zealand to Melbourne, meet nomad DJ, producer and label head: Air Max ’97.
Liverpool trio Freesouls are making modern Australian hip hop that doesn’t shy away from covering the nitty gritty.
Fusing unique rhythm and honest flow, Melbourne duo REMI have found their spot at the top of Australia’s hip hop and soul scene.
Let a melodic wave of calm wash over you, thanks to Wergaia woman Alice Skye’s mesmerising vocals and consuming chords.
Jumping time signatures, jangly guitars and jazzy vocals. Let the textured sounds of Melbourne’s Jaala entice you.
The singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer from Western Sydney-via-Ghana has been giving us one punchy earworm after the next.
From a share house and across Melbourne’s sticky-carpet rock scene, Amyl and The Sniffers have made the climb onto the national stage.
Slick and infectious, Kwame is ready to lead Australia’s new gen of hip hop.
Meet the cosmic funk house band from Melbourne who are playing a party on the edge of the universe.
Referencing Middle Eastern rhythms and frenetic footwork, DJ Plead delivers percussive-led tunes with full body-shaking vibes.