Independent Artist of the Week: Doris
Doris’ music is chaotic, collaborative, inspirational and occasionally contradictory. Just like life. Up For It!’s Lill Scott chatted to Ziek, Myles and Bronte about their upcoming EP Birthday Cakes, the pains of customer service and being vulnerable on stage.
Yaeji’s back With A Hammer on Arvos with Bri Kennedy
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve heard from the electronic dance-art-pop producer. Six years after her first EP, Yaeji’s debut album is finally here and so is she, back in Eora/Sydney for two shows at the Sydney Opera House. She spoke with Bri Kennedy on Arvos all about her album and her new live show.
HAND IN HAND with PluggnB: Andre Bugatti chats his new record on JUICE
Rapper/ producer/ musical polymath Andre Bugatti is a master in the art of deliberate effortlessness. He swung by the studio on Monday for JUICE with Nazty Gurl to chat about his latest record HAND IN HAND.
Independent Artist of the Week: 33
33’s latest EP ‘Bradley’ is a dreamy composite of sonic experimentation. A massive return from a 10 year hiatus, each piece of the EP combines to create a kaleidoscopic insight into Mary’s creative process, and her rebellion against the jarring pursuit of perfection.
A story about mundane breakups – Shoeb Ahmad on Surfacing
“The best way to look at it is like chapters of a book, you know, it’s chapters to a story” reflects award-winning musician and composer Shoeb Ahmad, aka Sia Ahmad, on the five-part song cycle of her new project. Sia joined Luke M de Zilva and Mara Schwerdtfeger on Surfacing last week to discuss how her latest EP captures this forebodingly bathetic narrative.
Independent Artist of the Week: BACKHAND
The final line of Eora/Sydney hardcore band BACKHAND’s Bandcamp bio reads “We are sick of talk. It’s time to f*cking listen.” And listen you will. FBi’s Independent Artist of the Week this week sat down with Kate Saap on Up for It! to chat about their new EP.