Independent Artist Of The Week

Independent Artist of the Week: Henri O.R. Asar

Henri O.R. Asar is here to soundtrack your early-spring sun with his unfixed, IDM-influenced ambient soundscapes – music to get lost in.

Independent Artist of the Week: JEFFE

JEFFE tiptoes the line between ecstatic triumph and claustrophobic vulnerability, and proves herself a master of the art.

Independent Artist of the Week: Laik Aífe

Pronounced lake ee-fa, Newtown’s Laik Aífe is responsible for electric indie folk that transports you to distant, cinematic scenery while remaining confrontingly present.

Independent Artist of the Week: Mango

With a debut record that’s equal parts sci-fi utopia and raw, four-on-the-floor throwback, Mango’s soulful spin on house music heralds an alternative future

Independent Artist of the Week: Nooky

Australia has a rich black history but our Indie of the Week Nooky is a part of the local hip hop contingent getting us ready for a black future.

Independent Artist of the Week: imbi the girl

Articulate, poetic and wise, imbi the girl is that special artist we are occasionally blessed to know and hear, and should not sleep on.

Independent Artist of the Week: Bored Shorts

Palpable urgency and slacker resignation, our IAOtW Bored Shorts serve up hyper-conscious apathy for the modern age.

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