Independent Artist of the Week: REMI

Fusing unique rhythm and honest flow, Melbourne duo REMI have found their spot at the top of Australia’s hip hop and soul scene.

Teaming up: Stella Donnelly and Alex The Astronaut on their musical friendship

Aus music pals Stella Donnelly and Alex The Astronaut joined Maia Bilyk on Lunch, giving us the lowdown on their blossoming friendship, touring nationally and the push for gender equality.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Jaala

Jumping time signatures, jangly guitars and jazzy vocals. Let the textured sounds of Melbourne’s Jaala entice you.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Amyl And The Sniffers

From a share house and across Melbourne’s sticky-carpet rock scene, Amyl and The Sniffers have made the climb onto the national stage.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Mildlife

Meet the cosmic funk house band from Melbourne who are playing a party on the edge of the universe.

Big Boi chats Outkast, Atlanta hip hop & having lunch with Kate Bush

Fresh off the back of his third solo album, the Atlanta rapper showed off his best Crocodile Dundee impression on Wednesday Arvos with Darren Lesaguis.

Introducing No Mono: Tom Iansek and Tom Snowdon’s new project

Ahead of two sold out Sydney shows, No Mono debuted their live performance on Lunch with Maia Bilyk. Tom Iansek and Tom Snowdon reveal where the project’s name comes from and how making music for them is all about “the feeling”.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Behind You

Piecing together industrial hip hop, hardcore and noise, local electronic punks Behind You make music that will have you losing control of your breath.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Slim Set

Mutant grime, club culture and hyper-aware millennial references – Western Sydney duo Slim Set make rap music that’s certified hectic.


Father John Misty talks self-medicated creativity, LSD & Taylor Swift

Here in the country for Splendour in The Grass, Joshua Tillman AKA Father John Misty joined Tommy Codling on Arvos to chat self-medicated creativity, the banality of human existence and wanting to create “sexy club bangers”.