It’s a new year, and as we all try to put the hellfire that was 2020 behind us and look optimistically towards the future, we here at Purple Sneakers are keeping our eyes peeled on the next crop of artists coming through primed and ready to make 2021 theirs.
Well, that’s that.
Sydney legends FREDA & JACKSON are equally talented in their own rights.
With a couple of years of DJing, songwriting and performing under her belt, Sydney’s SA.
ROZA TERENZI isn’t Melbourne producer Katie Campbell’s first musical foray.
I could start off this piece by talking about the state of hip-hop in Australia, but I think it’s blatantly obvious that the genre in this country has seen a renaissance of sorts over the last few years.
Marrying emotional pop with her background in classical music, LUPA J‘s exploration of sound over the years has evolved into something both technically beautiful and emotionally stirring.
Navigating the world of contemporary electronic music can be a scary and daunting task on your first run.
Few artists had a bigger breakout year than Perth-via-Sydney-via-London’s HAAI.
To stand out in the pop music landscape these days is no mean feat—streaming platforms are so clogged with would-be Lorde’s that every new music Friday can oftentimes feel like flogging a dead horse.
We first wrote about SADIVA early in 2017.
It seems borderline absurd to suggest that the 25-year-old Catalan singer known as ROSALÍA, who’s already a bonafide superstar in her home country, would be an artist to watch in the coming year.