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Bayang (tha Bushranger) brings sci-fi rap and exclusive demos to JUICE with Nazty Gurl

Bayang (tha Bushranger) is a rapper, DJ and creative from Wylie Park in Eora / Sydney’s west. A unique voice in the music scene, Bayang jumped on Juice with Nazty Gurl to chat about the importance of FBi Radio, transitioning from metal to hip hop and infusing sci fi into his music.

Independent Artist of the Week: Lottie World

Lottie World presents a unique flavour of low-fi bedroom pop with her debut record ‘My Pop Album’. The release delivers on its name with introspective and witty lyrics accompanying bright and playful instrumentation.

Jeshi chats concept albums and his stunning debut ‘Universal Credit’

On his debut album, North London rapper Jeshi combines smooth, low end heavy beats with dreamy synths to complement his hard hitting, rhythmic vocal delivery. He sat down with Bri Kennedy on Arvos to talk through the creation and release of ‘Universal Credit’

HAAi chats her new album, embracing her shoegaze origins and collaborating with neighbours

HAAi’s debut solo album is a fast-paced sonic journey littered with quick cuts, ethereal vocals and hypnotic beats. She stopped by the FBi Radio studios to chat with Maia Bilyk on mornings about the release of ‘Baby, We’re Ascending’ and how she stumbled into the world of electronic music.

Michelle Law chats her body-swap comedy ‘Top Coat’

Michelle Law a comedian and playwright. Her new play Top Coat follows the chaotic consequences of a Chinese-Australian manicurist switching bodies with a white, latte sipping, TV executive. Michelle stopped by FBi Radio last Wednesday to chat all about it.

Wet Leg talk facing their fears, intimate gigs and famous fans

Isle of Wight two-piece Wet Leg are taking the world by storm. From picking their band name through random emoji combinations in 2019, to now playing Glastonbury and making their way to Australia for Splendour in the Grass, their meteoric rise doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon.

EGOISM chat the strange feeling of personal songs being on the radio and getting back on the road

Sydney/Eora duo EGOISM are back following the release of their latest two singles ‘For Ages’ and ‘2016-2018’. The singles are the previous SMAC award nominee’s first releases since 2021 and mark a more vulnerable era for the indie-pop group

Sampa The Great on celebrating African creatives

Following on from an extended trip to Zambia, the Sampa the Great project is taking a different shape. In an interview on Arvos, she told Bri Kennedy she wanted “rediscover who Sampa The Great is from a ‘home’ perspective,” while also discovering and nurturing African artists who may not have the same resources or outlets despite their talent.

Loose Fit’s Anna Langdon speaks to their debut album ‘Social Graces’

Anna from Eora-based post punk four-piece Loose Fit, sits down with Ben Hansen to talk through the absurdity of life, unhinged jamming sessions and the extended recording process of their debut record.

An unlikely conception and unlikely performance: Kelly Lee Owens speaks on her stunning third album LP.8

Kelly Lee Owens has delivered her surprising and stunning third album LP.8: nine atmospheric tracks that look inwards and outwards all at once. Kelly joined Sophie Gordon on Mornings to discuss the album’s unlikely beginnings, influences and bringing it to life through a unique performance.