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Young Franco chats his A-League anthem Real Nice (H.C.T.F), collaborating with Tkay Maidza and Nerve and finally being able to travel again

Producer mastermind Young Franco is on one of the hottest collaborative runs in Australia.

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A testament to unbridled creativity and community: Diving into Iti’s ‘As Time Passes’

Meanjin/Brisbane’s Iti (formally known as Itrat Memon) wears many hats.

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Ninajirachi chats online communities, confronting solitude and performing live ahead of her Liminal performance

Liminal is a new live music performance series hosted by The Sydney Opera House.

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Molly Payton chats her new mini-album, ‘Slack’, the process of achieving maturity, and reconfiguring a perception of home

Earlier this year, Molly Payton released her mini-album, ‘Slack’.

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Wiki and Navy Blue chat creating ‘Half God’, creative communities, critics, and being defined as underground

New York city is the mecca of rap music.

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Jordan Rakei opens up about self-growth, expanding his sound and the vulnerable journey that led to his latest album, ‘What We Call Life’.

As humans, we are the sum of many conflicting parts: light and dark, anxious and steady, inspired and deflated, kind and callous.

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Srisha chats her latest single, ‘Without You’, understanding genre, poetry in songwriting and integrating culture in art.

Australian-born Tamil artist Srisha, is proving herself to be one of Australia’s most exciting creatives.

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IJALE chats his new mixtape, a wholistic approach to music making and the changing structural landscape of the Australian music industry.

Naarm based artist IJALE is a master of creating his own sound.

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Consulate chats his new EP ‘The Pulse of Iron’ out now via Pure Space

Naarm (Melbourne) based artist Consulate has today released his new EP, ‘Pulse of Iron’ via Pure Space.

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Miiesha chats her new single, ‘Price I Paid’, dealing with trauma and her impact and career so far.

Miiesha is one of our favourite names in Australian Music.

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Craterface chat their mix series, ‘The Divine Chatroom’, balancing experimentation and making rap music

Craterface, the Mulubinba / Newcastle via Eora / Sydney alt-rap duo are doing things differently.

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B Wise introduces us to ‘jamie’, opens up on identity, music creation and the power of collaboration.

With the release of his sophomore album, B Wise has solidified himself as one of Australia’s most prominent hip-hop figures.