Up For It with Courtney Ammenhauser
Independent Artist of the Week: Yasmina Sadiki
Yasmina Sadiki is the 19 year old Sydney-sider lending her smooth vocals to the RnB & soul resurgence.
Independent Artist of the Week: Tawanda
Zimbabwean-Australian artist Tawanda leaves his mark on Sydney’s RnB & Hip Hop scene with new single “Trying”.
Independent Artist of the Week: Optic Nerve
Rejecting the shackles of typical punk band categorisation, Gadigal-based Optic Nerve focus on exploring beauty in a violent world. When asked […]
Independent Artist of the Week: Kyoshi
Lovers of all things beat and groove are guaranteed to find something in the Kyoshi catalogue to sate their palate.
The endless interpretations of KUČKA’s ‘Wrestling’ on Up For It with Courtney Ammenhauser
She’s physical! She’s metaphorical! She’s even a lil bit sexual! Delve into the mind of Aus’ avant-garde pop auteur & her labour of love debut album.
Independent Artist of the Week: Skenzo
Another name to add to your ever-growing Sydney drill playlists, Skenzo brings the energy on his latest ‘Dat Side’.
Life through sepia-toned glasses: Lucy Dacus on Up For It with Courtney Ammenhauser
Dacus’ record ‘Home Video’ reckons with the complexities of her own childhood nostalgia.
Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe on NAIDOC Week and reconciliation: “We need to take Heal Country very seriously.”
Lil Scott spoke to Gunnai-Gunditijmara woman and current Greens Senator for Victoria Lidia Thorpe about protecting sacred sites, NAIDOC Week & First Nations voices in Parliament.
The nourishing power of the music community: Watch imbi on Up For It with Courtney Ammenhauser
“It’s like support, it’s affirmation, it’s validation. It’s the antidote to imposter syndrome when you can sit around with other musicians and talk about your vulnerabilities.”
Combatting discrimination and amplifying queer voices: JamarzOnMarz on Up For It
From campaigning to stop school discrimination against Afro hair textures to auditioning for the Mardi Gras stage, JamarzOnMarz is on the up.