Isla Bane makes music for walking through Sydney. Music for the concrete spaces, for the suburban silence, for the sunset as it burns through the traffic lights and trees on your walk home from the bus stop after work. They’re our latest Independent Artist of the Week.
Erika de Casier is finally in the country. She sat down on Arvos with Bri Kennedy to spill the deets on her songwriting process, her recent uptake of collaboration in both her music and her music videos, and how her cat helps her manage her work-life balance.
It’s not too hard to imagine finding Lydia Kivela amidst a wasteland of fog, their shadowy figure moving through the gloom as they craft potions of hypersonic beats and slick raps. Their debut track ‘Eerie’, a potent mix of haunting production and biting verses, quickly grabbed our attention when it was released in November.
Toro y Moi stopped by the studio to talk switching up his production, targeting boomers with his new record, and fond memories of FBi.
While it feels like the year is basically over, we all know its really not quite done, at least not until you get your Spotify Wrapped. Allow the hosts of 10 Foot Heavy, Saturday Sunset and Monday Arvos bring you the best tracks from this month to squeeze last-minute into your 2022 rotation.
What does it take to nurture the home you always yearned for? This is the meditation on acclaimed singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten’s sixth album We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong. She joined Maleeka Gazula on Up For It! to talk through the album ahead of her Sydney Opera House show.