CLAMM chat 21st century living, catharsis, and punk on Mornings

CLAMM’s music looks to the screaming void and screams right back, a writhing and heavy protest against the injustice of the world. Through it they hope to bring catharsis, creativity, and community. CLAMM’s guitarist and vocalist Jack Summers joined Hannah Rose on Mornings.

Nia Archives is pushing Jungle to a new level

Nia Archives is constantly changing it up, rounding out her portfolio of sounds with the release of every one of her EPs since she broke onto the scene in 2021. Fresh off the release of her third, Sunrise Bang Ur Head Against Tha Wall, Nia dropped by the station for a chat on Arvos with Bri Kennedy.

Independent Artist of the Week: Classic

South Coast indie pop band Classic is the brainchild of Ashley Bundang. The band has been working tirelessly with five releases over the past year and they’ve just released their debut album Did You Have Fun?

Witness K chat espionage and ditching drums on Real to Reel

Witness K make eerie yet melodic music that combines meticulously arranged instrumentation with almost whispered poetry, distant vocals and the occasional chant. The group’s avant-garde arrangements build an uneasy yet beautiful atmosphere for listeners to immerse themselves.

“You’ve got to keep fanning the flames” BRACT x BAYANG on REDBRICKGOTHIK and finding hope in Sydney’s concrete sprawl

BAYANG (tha bushranger) and Josh from Bract joined Lindsay Riley on Friday Mornings to chat about their new collaborative record ‘REDBRICKGOTHIK’.

Independent artist of the week: Mayke

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.

Tanya standing and smiling out the front of FBi with MUNA band

MUNA just want you to hurry up and love yourself

Three years after being dropped from their record label, electro-pop trio MUNA are doing better than ever. They swung by the studio for Lunch with Tanya Ali to chat about their latest album, self-care on tour, and navigating the world as queer artists.

MuftiDay_Project looks at Sydney with fresh eyes

Callan Andrews-Arabi (Arabi) is an 18-year-old saxophonist who looks at the Sydney music scene with fresh eyes, pupils spinning like kaleidoscopes with enterprise. Discontented with the isolating process of songwriting, he decided “to change how Sydney artists write music.”

The songs that made Julia Jacklin

Julia Jacklin joined Mia Hull on Out of the Box to talk through the moments that defined her life and the songs that soundtracked them, including a one way trip to Bath, reaching radio stardom at six years old, hurdles, triumphs, and an Avril Lavigne song.