Listen to Suggs and Monsieur Barso chat tales and tribulations with Jack Shit – plus two exclusive live performances in the studio.
Listen to Sam Amidon and Jack Shit talk Tolstoy, folk music and murder ballads – plus two stunning live songs from Sam in the studio.
Before heading off for the bright lights of L.A., Sydney legend Spod joined Jack Shit for an epic 40 minutes of banter, live music, talking over recorded music, and more than a few hot takes.
Sprightly Virginian songstress Natalie Prass joins us on her first jaunt to Sydney, performing sublime renditions of ‘Why Don’t You Believe In Me’ and ‘Bird Of Prey’ live in the studio.
The Indigenous icon talks about the album he recorded in Bathurst Gaol in just one hour, and performs the first song he ever wrote, live and unaccompanied in the studio.
In a disarming interview that left everyone in the studio in silence or tears, hear NZ’s Aldous Harding and Australia’s Laura Jean (plus Laura’s father and sister, incidentally) speak with Jack Shit on ANZAC day. Each artist performs an intensely personal piece in the process.
A sometimes reckless and even ribald chat between Elana and Jack, peppered with two outstanding live performances that could not be further apart in terms of tone and technique: one a profoundly beautiful acoustic rendition of her original song, ‘These Days’; the other a live-looping electronic cover of Mariah Carey’s ‘Emotions’.
At the beginning of this year some of Sydney’s favourite sons, Youth Group, reconvened – playing for the first time in over four years, live from the FBi studios. After a rapturous response to their sold out reunion at the Newtown Social Club, today they’ve announced more dates.