Sydneysiders Poison Abbey make use of early Bruton samples and sleek synths, producing velvet-wrapped electronic music.
Sydney three-piece Married Man elaborate on their debut LP, making music with some of your best friends, and why you should support your local live music scene.
Violet is the haunting incarnation of Sydneysider Jessica Meier, whose latest single examines in gritty detail the suffocating nature of modern existence.
Okin Osan make lo fi pop gems for anyone who has ever had an awkward high school crush, sought comfort in video game music, or struggled with self-consciousness.
Flower Boy 卓颖贤’s debut EP is an electrical storm of love and yearning; a product of her classical background combined with a glassy, precise production style.
Sun-drenched pop on the outside, emotive and impassioned on the inside, Sunscreen occupy a space in-between where songs about anxiety become catchy, danceable and fun.
There is a transient beauty to Totally Mild. From the songs to the album artwork and accompanying videos, the group’s second album positively gleams.
Coda Chroma are a difficult group to categorise. Incorporating shimmering orchestral arrangements and elemental samples among more traditional indie-rock compositions, the Melbourne-based group defy genre.
Welcome to the brand-new fortnightly feature dedicated to Killer Female Talent from around the world.