In celebration of Reconciliation Week this week, triple j Unearthed has announced an Indigenous Takeover for its new music radio show, TOPS.
triple j Unearthed have announced today a new competition called “DIY Supergroup”.
Up Close and Personal is a new Sunday party about to make its way to Sydney, one which primarily focuses on the talent of up and coming DJs and producers in an intimate and relaxed environment.
After being discovered by Triple J Unearthed in 2013, young producer THE KITE STRING TANGLE has been making his way across the Australian music scene in a very big way.
Sydney and Melbourne may have the majority of fresh new acts hailing from their busy streets, but Brisbane has got a buttload of fun artists hiding up in it’s humid suburbs.
THE KITE STRING TANGLE is the solo project of Brisbane electronic musician Danny Harley, someone who undoubtedly deserves his spot in the Purple Sneakers ‘Artists To Watch In 2014’ series.
Canberra three piece SAFIA have been pretty lucky since forming in only the middle of 2012.
Touted as one of 2013’s Next Big Things by SMH, Vydamo burst onto the scene and hit the ground running with his über catchy debut single, ‘Gonna Make It‘.
Quoting The Mighty Boosh in their description for Triple J Unearthed, Sydney duo OLYMPIC AYRES have dubbed themselves as “genre spanners”, and they are not wrong.
Having been compared to the likes of BJORK, Sydney-sider ELIZABETH ROSE had big boots to fill and an epic preceding reputation to live up to at the outset.
The kaleidoscopic band with a name to rival all others, THE GRISWOLDS released their brand spanking EP on September 28 and we just can’t get enough of it.
The Triple J Unearthed competition has produced some pretty rad home-grown bands from its musical mind such as Boy & Bear, Willow Beats, Stillwater Giants, and most recently The Griswolds.