Dave Ruby Howe and Max Quinn are your guides through the week's best new independent Australian songs. Meet the next big Australian breakout and stay ahead of the curve. You'll also hear only the very best special content from triple j Unearthed.
Top 5 Songs of the Week: November 27th
Brissy's Bugs return with a new track that rivals their 2019 'Seriously' for hook value and hear the debut track from a Sydney duo that has collaborated with indie rock royalty. New from Bugs, Lucy Sugerman, Royel Otis, Terra and MAXINE.
Top 5 Songs Of The Week: November 20th
Have you been looking for Australia's very own Kendrick Lamar? DRH reckons he's found just the artist in this latest episode. As well as that you'll hear the perfect song for summer. New from LOSER, Tasman Keith, Kirsten Salty, Harris and Elle Musa.
Top 5 Songs of the Week: November 13th
Meet the 17 year old solo artist making gorgeous indie folk in Nukunu language and we play a new track from a Brisbane rapper making moves in the local drill scene. New from Aeroplane Mode, Muki, Tbi$h, Tilly Tjala Thomas and NYXEN.
Top 5 Songs of the Week: November 6th
DRH finds that sweet spot between The Strokes and Last Dinosaurs with a fresh Gold Coast trio, and cop the debut single from a Perth teenager that's gaining comparisons to Gordi. New music from Taj Ralph, Alt Fiction, Julia Wallace, IJALE and Perve Endings.
Top 5 Songs Of The Week: October 30th
Get to know the 21 year old Melbourne genre-hopper that is turning heads at triple j + two Brisbane heart throbs team up to put the dream in dream pop. New music from Jesswar, Alter Boy, RINSE, Ashwarya and Snuck Out.
Top 5 Songs Of The Week: October 23rd
We've got a new group of Melbourne heavy music all stars with a venomous debut track and one of Kwame's favourite Australian artists goes cosmic funk.
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