From cult club sounds to forward-thinking hip hop and avant-garde pop, the Australian musical underground has never been as fertile, and as inspiring, as right now.
We're in a golden age of creative and adventurous Australian music - so to celebrate Aus Music Month, I'm going to squeeze as much of it as I can into two hours this week on Something More.
You'll meet HTMLFlowers, a 29-year-old Melbourne/American visual artist and rapper whose debut album Chrome Halo documents his lifelong relationship with cystic fibrosis. Written and produced in and out of hospitals, it's a powerful and personal manifesto about isolation, love, and living with chronic illness.
We'll dip into a new compilation of percussive club music from Body Promise and hear the Australian Chamber Orchestra take on the work of Jonny Greenwood. Plus new music from Rainbow Chan and technicolour dance producer Evar.