Un-Ti's Top 10 Aussie Artists

Un-Ti have brought to life a truly authentic anthemic crossover moment, 'Caught Up' with Melbourne producer ALIUS. With their musical influences ranging from everything from Ed Sheeran and Julia Michaels to Skrillex and The Weeknd, more than anything Un-Ti look for honest and melodic songwriting that's catchy– something their debut single 'Caught Up'has in spades. We spoke with the guys of Un-Ti to share their top 10 favorite fellow Aussie artists!

1. Eves Karydas

Eves Karydas is an up and coming songwriter/vocalist, currently on tour with The Wombats, and launching her own national tour in February. Her debut album summerskin is sounding more powerful than ever, with daring indie-pop hooks reminiscent of Vera Blue's signature style blaring with punching, radio-friendly production.

2. GRAACE

Hailing from Sydney, GRAACE is an indie electropop singer/songwriter. Her debut EP Self Sabotage was released this past October. As the artist puts it, "it's a diary of my feelings and emotions. I hope you can feel as vulnerable listening as I did writing and performing."

3. Jack Gray

Even if you're not familiar with the name, chances are you've heard Jack Gray's 2017 break-out single Red Rental Car. Currently sitting on a touch over a million streams on Spotify alone, the single saw the now-20-year-old Australian young-gun become one of our most promising names in the commercial-indie crossover world, something he's out to cement with his first single of 2018, My Hands.

4. Glades

Glades is an Australian electronica, indie pop band. Their debut album "To Love You" was released just earlier this month. "The biggest thing for us has been doing this as a full-time job, which was just a dream," says lead singer Karina Wykes. "It wasn't that long ago we were in a home studio, trying to write songs together."

5. Kuren

Curtis Kennedy, who performs as Kuren, is a 20 year old Australian singer, musician, record producer and rapper from Sydney, Australia. He released his debut album Melting Conceptually in June 2018.

6. Turquoise Prince

Turquoise Prince is a flamboyant rapper and singer from the south side of Canberra, also known as LTC or Lolesio The Courageous. "The balance between femininity and masculinity is huge. That's why I have two personas. It's LTC which is the Hip Hop alter ego, and that's the masculine persona. And Turquoise Prince is the feminine persona. The balance."

7. Peking Duk

Peking Duk, aka Australia's loosest party boys have hit home-runs on banger after banger and hit after hit. Up there with one of Australia's most popular electronic exports, Adam & Rueben continually headline Australia's biggest festivals and play a wildly entertaining set.

8. 5 Seconds of Summer

5 Seconds of Summer, often shortened to 5SOS, are an Australian pop rock band from Sydney. The band's latest album 'Youngblood', went straight to the top spot of the Billboard 200 when released in June 2018 and has to date sold over 1 million copies.

9. Hayden James

Hayden James is a house music producer from Sydney. He has sold out venues across Australia throughout his recent national tour. Producing immense summer house jams with soulful and evocative vocals his music has stockpiled millions of streams over Soundcloud and YouTube.

10. Manu Crooks

Manu Crooks is starting to make some considerable noise with his international-sounding hip hop making waves worldwide. Emmanuel Adu Amankwah, who performs as Manu Crooks, grew up in Ghana and moved to Australia when he was 12 years old. He has been widely tipped to be Australia's great hip-hop saviour.