Sydney native Rainbow Chan is a self-taught pop savant, able to collapse a world of disparate sounds into her distinctive, intuitive aesthetic. Remarkably, she makes it all sound like effortless fun.
A year on from their acclaimed debut album, Sydney's Day Ravies are closer and more democratic than ever.
Hiatus Kaiyote’s work traverses many different genres and cultures of music. Its confidence and conviction echoes the fluid relationship between music and identity, and has won the group noted fans across the globe. But to what extent can the band call this music theirs?
Serial collaborator Oscar Slorach-Thorn is focusing on his solo work for the first time in a long time; he's dancing and feeling in equal measure, and wants you to do the same.
Techno is a mercurial and weirdly resilient form. Its basic components are simple and compelling, but malleable enough to yield a rich variety of music. Gardland’s heady, exploratory approach and love of improvisation places the duo at the tip of the genre’s Australian vanguard.
Circular Keys trade in fragile, emotive pop music that feels borne of sensory overload in oceans of digital stimuli. It presents the listener with an exquisite paradox, jarring humanity with machine-like coldness, juxtaposing the passionate and the impassive.