Melbourne post-punks tease a new EP with virtuosic windchime work on latest single “My New Career”
Soul and pain way beyond her years, it’s proud Pitjantjatjara/Torres Strait Islander woman Miiesha with “Black Privilege”
Hip hop, effortless funk and surf jazz (?) – it’s London born Bengali-Australian rapper/producer Naeem
Sydney’s Holly Bestic and her indie three-piece want you to release your inner tenant beast on Manor House.
The latest and up there with the greatest) in a long line of monikers for Sydney based artist Del Lumanta.
The Lismore locals continue to bring their unique, undistilled sound to the table
Brisbane jazz weirdos Milton Man Gogh make music that, like their name, is both cerebral and silly
Goodside are one track in, but it’s a doozy and their pedigree can’t be ignored. So don’t even try.
The savage unrelenting chaos of Death Grips, the production shimmer of Mount Kimbie and the dark beauty of Flying Lotus: it’s Fremantle’s SUPEREGO.
‘Honey’ is mature post-rock from the nominally infantile Babey, our Melb-via-Syd Indie crush this week.