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Marlene Cummins

Australia’s foremost Indigenous female blues performer and writer, Marlene Cummins knows the blues from an Indigenous perspective in this country, and her story is one of vulnerability, strength and survival. She will be embarking on live tour for her debut album, Koori Woman Blues this year, so we caught up with her for a chat…

The Heartless

The Heartless are a five-piece post-hardcore act based in Coffs Harbour. The lucky quintet have been selected as a local support for the Nambucca Heads leg of our Indent Tour, happening next Friday, November 21st!  The Heartless have previously played a number of shows across the North Coast – from Byron Bay to Port Macquarie, and share a variety of

Radical Son

Radical Son is a soul, hip hop, rapper and spoken word artist from NSW, who’s music is inspired and guided by his Indigenous heritage from the Kamilaroi nation of Australia and the south pacific nation of Tonga. Radical Son’s debut full length album ‘Cause ‘N Affect‘ will be released on October 10 through Wantok Musik and will


Gordi is a 21 year-old singer-songwriter who makes folk pop that adopts an old-fashioned simplicity, expressed with modern vigour and emotional conviction. Raised in the rural New South Wales town of Canowindra, schooled in Sydney and spent a year working and writing in Tanzania, Gordi’s sound draws in equal measures from pop, folk, blues and country

Holy Balm

Holy Balm is Sydney’s Emma Ramsay, Anna John and Jonathan Hochman, a project which started in 2006. Holy Balm have grown from experimental beginnings to become a full fledged electronic dance music outfit, and a key player in the Australian pop avant-garde underground. The trio have been nominated for a FBi SMAC award, played the Sounds

Made In Japan

Made In Japan is an indie rock quartet from Sydney featuring James Cooney (vocals/drums), Jono Graham (guitar), Tom Davis (guitar) and Pavle Vizintin (bass). Since first taking the stage at Vic on the Park in 2007, Made In Japan have released two studio albums and an EP, but recently announced they will be putting the

Olympic Ayres

Olympic Ayres are a young Sydney duo who started producing music in a dusty attic, building songs that incorporated guitar, bass and synthesizers with whatever else they found lying around. In 2011 Olympic Ayres delivered their debut release Episode I, then in 2012 the duo stepped into the studio with Dann Hume (Sures, Gossling, Alpine)

The Vanns

Born in the shadows of a Kiama garage indie group The Vanns began jamming in the early months of 2012 and went onto win the 2012 Red Bull Bedroom Jam, which scored them a gig with The Getaway Plan at the Sydney Hi-Fi, recording time in Melbourne with Jan Skubiszewski (Way Of The Eagle) and

Four Door

Four Door is a Sydney based outfit featuring Jonathan Hochman (Holy Balm) and Matthew Hopkins (Half High). Four Door draws from realms of acid house, minimal synth, experimental electronics, and techno to create woozy dance orientated music. They will be playing at Sound Summit this weekend on Saturday 9th November between 5-9pm at Marrickville Bowling

Destiny 3000

Destiny 3000 is a pop-group from Sydney made up of Jaz, Emily, Millie, Hannah and Elle. D3K started playing together at the beginning of this year and will play until the year 3000. They have played in Sydney and Melbourne with acts like The UV Race, Mad Nanna, Housewives, Mope City and are about to head