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.

Independent Play 01: Tasman Keith with ‘Move Up’

Introducing Independent Play – a┬ávideo series presented by Young Henrys featuring a live performance + interview with one Independent Artist of the Week, every month.

Independent Artist of the Week: Gabriel Espinosa

18-year-old techno debutante Gabriel Espinosa comes of age with his new EP ‘wait.’

Independent Artist of the Week: DRMNGNOW

DRMNGNOW’s new one ‘Ancestors’ “is a reminder that Indigenous peoples are driven by a responsibility that dates back into time immemorial. A responsibility that can lead to so much healing for this land”.

Independent Artist of the Week: Sports Bra

Local pop-punk favourites Sports Bra deliver an anthemic collection of songs about survival and resilience

Independent Artist of the Week: Tasman Keith

The son of Indigenous hip-hop pioneer Wire MC, Tasman Keith is blazing his own trail out of Bowraville + continuing the storytelling traditions of his people.

Independent Artist of the Week: Honey 2 Honey

Canberra/Sydney foursome Honey 2 Honey debut with a propulsive, hypnotic new track ‘Tone Of Voice’

Independent Artist of the Week: Married Man

When you find post-punk dream pop this good, you LOCK. THAT. SHIT. DOWN.

Independent Artist of the Week: Dead Roo

Dead Roo aren’t yet 1 year old and already they’re walking, talking, writing and recording. Red earth alt-country, Adelaide-style.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Negative Gears

If you’re having a coffee in Marrickville and you hear a scathing punk takedown of the Catholic clergy, it just might be a Negative Gears rehearsal.