Underground Playlists: New Music From Emerging Talent Djanaba, Oh Boy & More

26 April 2023 | 1:43 pm | Emma Whines

Underground Playlists are back and better than ever, thanks to the legends at Mountain Goat Beer. In fact, we’ve decided to pick out our favourite tracks each week and share them with you, so you can get to know the best of the bunch and keep your finger on the pulse. Here are this week's top picks for our Underground Playlists...

Djanaba (NSW)

Don’t Really Care

Dance queen Djanaba has done it again, delivering the perfect bop, Don’t Really Care, that will get you through those mid-week blues. A Wiradjuri and Bundjalung woman from Newcastle with connections to the Wollombi people, Djanaba continually connects contemporary dance influences with the traditional sounds she grew up on. The result is always something unique and incredibly addictive. Don’t Really Care embodies her usual antics but with a devil-may-care attitude that was slowly but surely emerging in her other tracks. Now, that attitude has come out in full force, and we are most definitely here for it. 

Oh Boy, Somber Hills (QLD)

One Thing

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Enigmatic producer Oh Boy has teamed up with the talented Somber Hills, creating the hyper pop-punk track, One Thing. Previously joining forces with the likes of Cub Sport, Golden Vessel, Mallrat, and BLESSED, Oh Boy has ignited stages and listeners alike with his unique knack for left-field production, high-energy rhythms and subtle yet profound incredible songwriting abilities. One Thing is another high-energy banger to add to his catalogue, serving the perfect hybrid of dance music and pop-punk that will have you reminiscing on your youth while hitting the club. 

Yorke Heath (SA)

Take Me Down

Yorke Heath is the new kid on the block, releasing his debut single, Take Me Down, which will have you right in your feels. Heath’s vocals invite you in for a warm, heartfelt hug with this track, like a long-lost friend. Embodying the best and worst parts of life, Take Me Down is a song that will simultaneously tug at your heartstrings while lifting you up to a better place. The lyrics, alongside the incredible vocal performance, give such a strong sense of hope that it’s hard not to fall in love. We can’t wait to see what’s next.  



Previous guitarist of beloved Brissy band WAAX (who just announced their hiatus) Chris Antolak has placed all his creative energy into a new project WHITE BRONCO, releasing the catchy and Aussie pub-rock vibe ENDLESS BUMMER. Quintessentially Queensland, this is the perfect song for those classic sunny summer afternoons on an old Queenslander with your mates and a beer. Head-bang-worthy, ENDLESS BUMMER will be the best new edition to your Aussie punk playlist. 

Julian Munyard (QLD)


Julian Munyard is back with his unique slice of a discotheque in the form of Radio. A swanky, groovy number that will make you wanna grab the person next to you and shuffle out some 70s-inspired moves. Dreamy synths, smooth beats and beautifully executed vocals make this song such a fun and uplifting jaunt and transport you back in time.

You can listen to all of our Underground Playlists here.