Music created with skill, talent, creativity and life continues to be made by artists around the world. This is just a small selection of them.
Lyrics gently steeped in everyday Australiana, and guitar lines owing to a nostalgic indie guitar jangle from Brisbane greats The Go-Betweens make up the sunshine pop of Brisbane band Dumb Things.
20 years on and The Whitlams' album 'Love This City' still has plenty to say about Sydney and wider Australia.
Oh Reach are a choir of three distinctive – if unusual – voices, warm-hearted personalities and individual creative projects.
Interstate band Majestic Horses are all set to release their debut album, announcing a new single and video with the sonically-charged track 'Call You Out.'
The latest in a series of creative projects for Justine is her new album, a collection of hazy country-tinged jams and folk-singer storytelling.
Moaning Lisa write about relatable scenes of love and domesticity charged with searing guitars and drums.
Sydneysiders Poison Abbey make use of early Bruton samples and sleek synths, producing velvet-wrapped electronic music.
"Part of this album is about fate, and where you find yourself and what shapes you as the person you have become."
From a packed European tour supporting Death Cab For Cutie, to a five-show stint at South By South West, The Beths have been busy.