Identity, self, and ‘Sold For Sale’: Didirri on his career-best new EP and everything he’s learned along the way
In 2017, Didirri Peters released a single titled ‘Blind You’.
Over the last decade, many names have defined the melting pot that is dance music coming out of Australia, but few have managed to consistently defy expectations and genre constraints, as well as evolve like Sydney’s Dro Carey.
Two People, the duo of Phoebe Lou and Joey Clough, create immersive, intense and emotive electronic music.
Melbourne’s HANNAH is making sure we know exactly who she is and what she’s about this year with a steady stream of impressive singles out in the world for us to get lost in again and again.
The enigma that is Running Touch is the gift that keeps on giving.
Having first come to national attention with their breakout single ‘Not About You’, Australian dance trio Haiku Hands, have not only proven that they can dominate the dancefloor (or literally any festival set), rather that there’s huge heart behind their energetic presence.
FLETCHER has been building her journey in the public eye since appearing on The X Factor USA in 2012 as a part of the girl-group, Lakoda Rayne.
What do you get when you combine a can of beer, some power tools, corrugated iron, a high pressure hose and the Doors Plus ad.
The WIP PROJECT is a free online database of female, gender non-conforming (GNC), non-binary, POC and minority dance music artists and industry professionals.
With five albums and nearly two decades in the game under their belt, CUT COPY are Australian music royalty.
Having first arrived in 2018 with her debut single, ‘Cry Baby’, the name of South Australia’s STELLIE was one to quickly be hailed as one of the country’s most exciting and promising names.
Australian hip hop has undergone a renaissance period over the last few years.