Independent Artist Of The Week

Independent Artist of the Week: Shady Nasty

With a name they embody (in a good way), Shady Nasty is also like their music – unpredictable, considered and dark, and they’re our Independent Artist of the Week.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Kobie Dee

Maroubra rapper Kobie Dee proudly reps the Lexo area, and we’re proud to rep him as our Indie Artist of the Week.

Independent Artist of the Week: Kaiit

Kaiit invokes the power of Erykah and Lauryn – old school soul and nu school edge on OG Luv Kush pt.2

Independent Artist of the Week: The Buoys

A shuffled lineup, a solid stream of shows and an incoming second EP – the first six months for the new iteration of The Buoys has been productive, to say the least.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Nardean

Hailing from Western Sydney, Egyptian-Australian MC Nardean is a dark horse in the hip hop scene, blending rap, poetry and song.

Independent Artist of the Week: Elijah Yo

From Western Sydney via New Zealand, 20-year-old Elijah Yo has just released his debut mixtape – but was always destined for a career in rap.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Flower Boy 卓颖贤

Sydney producer Flower Boy 卓颖贤 is breaking the mold, combining electronic production skills with a classically trained music background.

Independent Artist of the Week: DIN

FBi SMAC darling Rainbow Chan pairs up with pal, and fellow Northern Lights alumni, Alex Ward (aka Moon Holiday) to explore club-ready sounds they couldn’t elsewhere.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Air Max ’97

From the Netherlands via New Zealand to Melbourne, meet nomad DJ, producer and label head: Air Max ’97.

Independent Artist of the Week: Freesouls

Liverpool trio Freesouls are making modern Australian hip hop that doesn’t shy away from covering the nitty gritty.