Garage four piece The Ruminaters stopped by the studio to talk with Lana Wylie about their new album, and play a live rendition of ‘The Devil Stole My Brother, Ate Him Up, Chewed Him Up, and Spat Him Out’.
Fresh from the SXSW stage, Melbourne duo Oh Pep! joined Greta for a chat about their upcoming album and an acoustic rendition of their track, ‘Tea, Milk & Honey’.
Local three piece Little May join Samantha Groth in the studio to share a playlist of “very long sad songs”, plus their cover of ‘Skeleton’ by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Luke Boerdam and James Tidswell of Violent Soho talk with Dom O’Connor about their new album WACO and their upcoming tour with DZ Deathrays and Dune Rats.
Freddie Gibbs sits down with Shag in the FBi studio to talk about performing in Australia and the making of his latest album ‘Shadow of a Doubt’.
New Zealand folk artist Aldous Harding talks with Greta Balog about her forthcoming second album and shares an exclusive first listen to brand new track, “I’m So Sorry”.