Independent Artist of the Week: Milton Man Gogh

Brisbane jazz weirdos Milton Man Gogh make music that, like their name, is both cerebral and silly

Independent Artist of the Week: Goodside

Goodside are one track in, but it’s a doozy and their pedigree can’t be ignored. So don’t even try.

Independent Artist of the Week: SUPEREGO

The savage unrelenting chaos of Death Grips, the production shimmer of Mount Kimbie and the dark beauty of Flying Lotus: it’s Fremantle’s SUPEREGO.

Independent Artist of the Week: Babey

‘Honey’ is mature post-rock from the nominally infantile Babey, our Melb-via-Syd Indie crush this week.

Independent Artist of the Week: Roy Batty Jr.

On Scope Dynamics, Sydney’s Roy Batty Jr. weaves dubstep, synthwave and futurenoise into pulsating dystopic soundscapes.

Independent Artist of the Week: Simona Castricum

Two decades in the music scene has led Simona Castricum to new 80s callback track, ‘The Half Light’.

Stevan

Independent Artist of the Week: Stevan

18 year old rapper/producer Stevan is already labelmates with Rejjie Snow and Young Thug – bring on the big time.

Independent Artist of the Week: Sparrows

Sparrows aka Jess Nitties has has found her own take on the Nordic scene’s indie electro pop sensibilities with her relatable sad girl lyrics.

Independent Artist of the Week: Gordon Koang

Sudanese refugee and Neur speaker Gordon Koang brings his message of peace to Melbourne on his new single, ‘Mal Mi Goa’

Independent Artist of the Week: Egoism

Born on a school bus years ago, EGOISM are making the grade with lush guitar pop explorations of existential dread, mental health and gaslighting.