Facilitating a public cry on the treadmill is not the accolade artists usually strive for when releasing a debut record, but Babitha has climbed to those heights and then some with her viscerally optimistic Brighter Side of Blue.
After stunning audiences with three sold out nights at the Sydney Opera House as part of their ‘First Class’ tour, Laura Lee and Donald ‘DJ’ Johnson of Khruangbin stopped by to chat about their return to Australia and their new record Ali in collaboration with Vieux Farka Touré.
Looking at Ayesha Madon’s burgeoning music career, the word ‘meteoric’ doesn’t come close to describing the year she’s had. She joined Grace and Al on Friday Arvos to unpack her recent stardom, creative process, and her methods for balancing creative pursuits.
Riding high off the release of their second album ‘What You’re Worth’, Bre Jones and Bobby May of Library Siesta joined Grace and Al in the studio to talk artistic vision, bawling your eyes out and Murphy’s law.
Celebrating the release of her expansive new album PRE PLEASURE, Julia Jacklin made her hotly anticipated return to the FBi studio to chat with Grace and Al about the long ascent to her most authentic work yet.
Following her radiant debut ‘Collapsed in Sunbeams’, Arlo Parks made her first trip to our shores, chatting world stages, lightning bolts, Dream Fuel and wholesome comment sections with Grace and Al on Friday Arvos.
Louis Forster of The Goon Sax talks everything from psychic paintings, moving to London, self reflection and musical influence.
Mere Women’s Amy Wilson talks riverside cottages, evening swims, wine, astrology and mystic tapestries, to mark the release of their latest album, ‘Romantic Notions’.