Graphic by Bella Rough Uni is back, so we’ve curated a list of the best Aussie releases of 2023 so far to get you through it With semester 2 well and truly in session, you might already be dreading the study grind, or maybe you’re looking forward to any number of social events. Whatever the
Kelly Caviedi makes a case for the shy, ethereal genre. Whenever I get a hold of the AUX and put on some obscure playlist I’ve been recycling since junior high, my younger siblings groan and say “I can’t hear what they’re saying underneath all the noise”. Being listeners of R&B, modern
SURG IS KICKING OFF THE YEAR WITH THE VERY FIRST FRESH MUSIC FRIDAY OF 2023! ZOE BIGGS, NIAMH ELLIOTT-BRENNAN AND MIYA SYWAK REACT TO BRAND NEW RELEASES FROM CHUEY (SYD), BEABADOOBEE (UK) AND AT ARM’S LENGTH (SYD). BRINGIN’ DISCO BACK – CHUEY Zoe: Oh this is fun!! There are parts of the produc
Tis’ the season of break-ups. It seems everyone I know is going through some sort of relationship kerfuffle. I’m not sure if it’s the fact that Sydney’s nightlife is finally opening up again after two years of lockdowns, or that Mercury is about to be in retrograde. Whatever the ca
Whether you’re going for a relaxing walk or a sweat-breaking run, these tunes are the perfect soundtrack to heading outside and getting revitalised.
Halloween is just around the corner, so we’ve found some of the most frightening and bloodcurdling tunes that’ll keep you up all night.
Rachel Fieldhouse is here to give you Six Tunes to get you through whatever mood. First up, she’s got the best songs to beat procrastination.