Independent Artist of the Week: FELIVAND

FELIVAND’s soulful and sophisticated R&B rises with ‘Same Old’, the first single from her debut EP ‘In Bloom’

Independent Artist of the Week: Gravel Pit

The inner west’s Gravel Pit are giving us brazen, mangled and pulsating experimental punky electronica that might even get ya thinking about doomed primates in space.

Independent Artist of the Week: Karli White

Karli White’s moody dystopian sound blends goth, industrial, and new wave into peculiar dark pop songs

Independent Artist of the Week: Perra Vida

Violence against women, government f**kery, drugs, organised religion, it’s all fuel for the raging fire that is Perra Vida – feminist punk direct from Lima, Peru.

Independent Artist of the Week: Vape Dadz

Vape Dadz: three dads who do not vape, but do make crunchy dance music for misfits.

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.