Independent Artist Of The Week
Sydney three-piece Sex Tourists create dark synth pop for your head, your heart & your feet. Built on drum machines and post-punk vocals, there’s a pulsating sense of intrigue throughout.
Classically-trained percussionists Elise Reitze and Rosie Taylor have dived head first into contemporary composition, making waves with lush sound worlds and introspective beats as Feels.
Each week, we introduce you to an exciting emerging artist on the up and up. Get acquainted with Angie McMahon’s powerful vocals on her new single ‘Slow Mover’.
Sydney trio ARSE make in-your-face punk music. Soundtracking one band member’s existential crisis, their debut tracks explore the baselessness of society, tinged with edge, grit and anger.
Melbourne’s Two Steps On The Water is a powerful musical project that sticks with you long after the music stops, built on raw emotions, off-kilter lyrics and haunting string arrangements.
Northern NSW newcomer Willaris K creates dark and moody electronica built for the heaviest of dance floors. Let the 23 year-old’s tempos and textures creep up on you.
Local multi-disciplinary artist Gussy creates sounds that are as powerful as they are elegant. Their background lends itself to a consistent sense of poise and precision in everything they do.