A “Second Phase of Life” for Cymande on Solstice

51 years after their first release, Cymande is touring Australia for the first time ever. Hannah Galvin sat down with the group on Solstice to discuss their legacy and ongoing impact as one of Britain’s greatest but perhaps most underground funk bands.

WATCH: Watermelon Juice, a Cypher for Palestine

Three artists come together live on Juice with Nazty Gurl for a powerful display of solidarity.

As her sound evolves, Trophie stays true to herself

It’s been just over a year since we spotlighted producer and singer-songwriter Trophie as our Independent Artist of the Week. Jenna Parker sat down with her on Lunch to discuss recent developments in her musical journey.

Maintaining the ecosystem – BAYANG (tha Bushranger) on The Playlist

Last year was a big one for Sydney’s BAYANG (tha Bushranger).

Independent Artist of the Week: SAMATAR

Canberra-based artist SAMATAR talks with Kate Saap about the self-reflection that sparked his EP, collaborating on a short film, and more.

Independent Artist of the Week: Hubcaps

Three years in the making, Hubcaps’ debute record is a distinctive flavour of ambient pop, awash with droning synthesiser and layered vocals spinning out deeply confessional poetry. She joined Jenna Parker on Lunch to tell us all about it.

One year on, Caroline Polachek reflects on Desire, I Want to Turn Into You

In the midst of her first solo Australian tour, Caroline Polachek joined Tanya Ali in the studio for an interview on Lunch. The two spoke about her most recent album, the stories behind certain tracks, and the future of PC Music.

Independent Artist of the Week: Miss Kaninna

Miss Kaninna joined Bri Kennedy on Arvos to chat about her latest single and tease a new EP.

Hinako Omori “in limbo” on Surfacing

UK musician and composer Hinako Omori joined Luke M de Zilva on Surfacing to chat about her new album.

Child prodigy fires bandmates live on Real to Reel

Off the back of the release of R.M.F.C.’s debut album, Buz Clatworthy sat down with Jasper Craig-Adams and gave an interview drenched in dry, dry humour.