The ease in which Doss and Nino Pa’ Piu are able to weave bars in and around each other on their latest project II Piece 2 makes a lot of sense when you realise the two are brothers. They joined Tommy Codling on Arvos as FBi Radio’s Independent Artists of the Week.
Witness K make eerie yet melodic music that combines meticulously arranged instrumentation with almost whispered poetry, distant vocals and the occasional chant. The group’s avant-garde arrangements build an uneasy yet beautiful atmosphere for listeners to immerse themselves.
Sydney dream-pop-meets-art-rock outfit Eternal Dust have just released their debut record Spiritual Healers, Defence Lawyers. Merging layers of romantic 80s guitar sounds with ethereal and distant vocals, the album has earned the coveted title of FBi Radio’s Album of The Week.
Shame’s guitarist Sean Coyle-Smith sat down with Lindsay Riley on Friday mornings to talk about the South London band’s fast approaching third album ‘Food For Worms’. The record is set to be a departure from Shame’s past work both sonically and thematically.
PANIA is an R&B artist from West Melbourne who is well and truly on the rise. She stopped by the FBi studios to chat about her new EP, sold out shows, creative process and dream collaborations on JUICE with Nazty Gurl.
When you think of a classically trained musician, you might not imagine them releasing an experimental pop meets trance EP accompanied by CGI images. We’d like to introduce you to Trophie.
Alvvays’ new record ‘Blue Rev’ comes five years after its predecessor. Vocalist and guitarist Molly Rankin chatted to Maia Bilyk about what the band had to overcome to finally deliver it.
Newcastle-based multi-instrumentalist e4444e chats accidentally making an album, departing from ‘normal’ music and eccentric influences
“I feel like I’m a bit of a confusing artist for a random person to consume.” English artist Shygirl has been forging her own path in terms of genre. She caught up with Bri Kennedy on Arvos to talk through her new record ‘Nymph’ and the multitudes it contains.