Step out of bounds with No Intent on The Snacc Pacc

Read: raw, gutsy and gritty musical commentary from Sydney’s cultural epicentre (starts with a W, ends with Estern Sydney).

Meet Breakfast Road, Western Sydney’s realest boyband

Amandip, Pete & Briant will light up your world like nobody else!

Amyl & The Sniffers serve explosive and irreverent punk on Jack Off with Jack Shit

Much like their namesake, Aussie punk rockers Amyl & The Sniffers are here for a good time, not a long time.

The nourishing power of the music community: Watch imbi on Up For It with Courtney Ammenhauser

“It’s like support, it’s affirmation, it’s validation. It’s the antidote to imposter syndrome when you can sit around with other musicians and talk about your vulnerabilities.”

Robot joyrides in outer space: Watch PEEL on The Bridge with Jaimee Taylor-Nielsen

Meet one of the five fresh new faces of the Sydney psych rock scene.

Koa Bek White Feminism

Backchat: Why white feminism doesn’t stack up

“I feel like in some ways, I’ve been researching this book my whole life, unintentionally and unconsciously,” says Koa Beck.

A Middle Kids homecoming on Jack Off with Jack Shit

From Iceland Airwaves to their northern Sydney nest, Jack Shit journeys through the history of one of Sydney’s best musical exports.

Mahalia vs. the green-eyed monster on Arvos with Latifa Tee

The prolific UK RnB queen spoke to Latifa Tee about reclaiming the term ‘jealousy’.

Camille Feghali pushes boundaries with fusion of electronica and Lebanese classical music

In an act of self-preservation of his culture and his history, Feghali has combined the driving beats of EDM and electronica with the stirring classical scales of traditional Lebanese music.

Mere Women chat obsessive love, mystic tapestries and ‘Romantic Notions’

Mere Women’s Amy Wilson talks riverside cottages, evening swims, wine, astrology and mystic tapestries, to mark the release of their latest album, ‘Romantic Notions’.