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: January 15
Unearthed High's champions for 2020, Teenage Joans, return with what DRH calls their "best song yet" and hear what it sounds like when Tora's frontman goes solo for an introspective ballad. New music from Teenage Joans, Yawdoesitall, JPL, Placement and Boston Switch.
Top 5 Songs Of The Week: December 18th
It's the last ep of the podcast for 2020 and the Unearthed stocking is stuffed with goodies. You'll meet a Canberra singer drawing comparisons to Arlo Parks and Meg Mac + some garage rockers going glam. New music from Myths, Jess Fairlie, Toyotomi, Groovy Daughter and Le Shiv.
Top 5 Songs Of The Week: December 11th
Brainy new club music co-signed by one of the EDM world's most lauded labels and a high school band out of Berry impress with a new garage-y banger. New from Otosan, Seathru, Ali Adriano, Borderland State and Little Green.
Top 5 Songs Of The Week: December 4th
DRH is gonna show you the undisputed harmonica banger of 2020 + a debut track that features a collaboration with Triple One that shouldn't work on paper but absolutely does on record. New from ELKI, Bones and Jones, Jordy Maxwell, Hotel and MADAM3EMPRESS.
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.
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Room for improvement
More music and less dribble. I don’t know why quoting lyrics and then the presenters discussing their feelings contributes anything. Instead would love to hear more about the artist and their insight.