Nic sort of runs the whole Project U shebang. He is twenty-four. He lives about an hour north of Sydney. When he's not making groundbreaking #webcontent he's heard on radio across Australia, as well as doing music industry things from time to time.
Premiering: Sydney Horror Pop Princess Clara Fable Has A Bisexual Anthem In 'Cherry Ripe'
Premiering: Saint Barae's Shimmering & Meaningful New Single 'Hollow'
Premiering: 'Through The Walls', Heart On Sleeve New Dream-Pop From Adelaide's DRESS CODE
Tate McRae On Why 'you broke me first' Is Connecting With So Many
DVNA Talks Making Her 'All My Friends' EP Feel Like A Live Jazz Show
If I Had Nick Ward's New Song When I Was 16, Life Would Have Been Much Better
Chris Watts Has A Triumphant Return Single With 'Over U'
Jakøb's 'Daydream' Is A Horn-Laden Bop About Wanting To Be Someone's Object Of Desire
Why Are LANY Releasing Their Most Live-Sounding Album Yet, When They Can't Play Live? [A Chat With PJK]
Cat & Calmell's 'dumbshit' Is A Perfect Debut From An Exciting Sydney Duo
Mallrat Has Stepped Into All-Time-Great Territory On 'Rockstar'
'5' Might Be Max Leone's Most Convincing Song Yet
Sydney Pop Purveyor Sarah Saint James Has An Assertive Bop In 'BIG BOY'
Keaton Dekker, The UK's Next Prince Of Bedroom Pop, On His Debut EP 'the unwelcome series'
Premiering: Jake Bosci's 'I Miss You' Is An Instantly Likeable Bop From A Consistently Good Artist
Gus Dapperton's Confessional New Album 'Orca' Could Only Have Been Made On His Own
Dekleyn's Debut Album Is Shaping Up Gorgeously If 'Time, Place & You' Is Anything To Go By
Premiering: A Big, Bright Double Single From Nashville Producer Super Duper
How Tom Aspaul Quit The City & Made One Of The Year's Most Joyous Records In 'Black Country Disco'
Mia Wray's Debut Proper, 'Work For Me', Is What A Proper Journalist Would Probably Call 'Arresting'
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