Eora Sydney’s Justin Pix, a.k.a. Mayke is back on the scene after a two year hiatus. He’s switching up from his EDM roots, sharing a newfound love of hyperpop, IDM, dance, and trance with some exciting new tracks. He’s also our Independent Artist of the Week.
Obelisk is the alias of Ryan O’Rourke, our Independent Artist of the Week. He’s a music producer, DJ and event coordinator, his new EP ‘Meta Bliss’ has been getting plenty of love on-air.
MUNGMUNG is a multidisciplinary artist. Her creative process starts with a blend of visuals, lyrics and melodies, then lets inspiration take over.
“I wasn’t good enough for piano but I was really extroverted, so I was like, ‘I can sing.’ And I could.” Meet our Independent Artist of the Week Zhuli.
Hailing from the North West suburbs of Sydney, producer Ar1zona and vocalists v.00 and Glacie together make up this week’s Independent Artist of the Week, Glass Boys. The trio are all about the bittersweet combination of high energy beats and sugary melodies with despondent, I-don’t-know-who-I-am lyrics.
With a low, full and devastating voice Emerald Brunt’s debut single evokes a striking image of herself. She discussed her journey to becoming Independent Artist of the Week with Lill Scott on Up For It!
FRIDAY* is a graphic designer, painter, producer, emcee, singer and also our latest Independent Artist of the Week. The genre-hopping 21 year-old’s infectious-slash-heartfelt debut mixtape ‘*pilot’ is an emo-indie-drill-trap blend with its roots firmly planted in the hip hop.
Sydney drummer, percussionist and producer ilex is reimagining ambient music. She focusses on immersing the listener into her creative textual soundscape, and she’s our Independent Artist of the Week!
Isla Bane makes music for walking through Sydney. Music for the concrete spaces, for the suburban silence, for the sunset as it burns through the traffic lights and trees on your walk home from the bus stop after work. They’re our latest Independent Artist of the Week.
It’s not too hard to imagine finding Lydia Kivela amidst a wasteland of fog, their shadowy figure moving through the gloom as they craft potions of hypersonic beats and slick raps. Their debut track ‘Eerie’, a potent mix of haunting production and biting verses, quickly grabbed our attention when it was released in November.