Independent artist of the week: Obelisk
Obelisk is the alias of Ryan O’Rourke, our Independent Artist of the Week. He’s a music producer, DJ and event coordinator, his new EP ‘Meta Bliss’ has been getting plenty of love on-air.
Independent Artist of the Week: Glass Boys
Hailing from the North West suburbs of Sydney, producer Ar1zona and vocalists v.00 and Glacie together make up this week’s Independent Artist of the Week, Glass Boys. The trio are all about the bittersweet combination of high energy beats and sugary melodies with despondent, I-don’t-know-who-I-am lyrics.
Independent Artist of the Week: FRIDAY*
FRIDAY* is a graphic designer, painter, producer, emcee, singer and also our latest Independent Artist of the Week. The genre-hopping 21 year-old’s infectious-slash-heartfelt debut mixtape ‘*pilot’ is an emo-indie-drill-trap blend with its roots firmly planted in the hip hop.
Independent Artist of the Week: Agum
Agum is our Independent Artist of the Week, and she joined Lill Scott on Up For It! to talk about authenticity, her songwriting process, and to give a live on-air performance of ‘Say It’.
Independent Artist of the Week: Scan & Sus1er
Scan & Sus1er are a bit cheeky, a bit philosophical, and very online. They’re our latest Independent Artist of the Week.
Independent Artist of The Week: Doggie Heaven
Doggie Heaven are a two-piece from Meanjin (Brisbane). They’re bringing the dry grooves of post-punk and new wave into 2022, and they’re our Independent Artist of the Week.
Independent Artist of the Week: Ello. C & Dxvndre
Boom bap is back with the new collaboration between local veteran Ello. C and rising wordsmith Dxvndre entitled IRON SHARPENS IRON. The duo are FBi Radio’s Independent Artists of the Week.
Independent Artist of the Week: Gemma Navarrete
Chatting with Lill Scott on Up For It! on Monday, Gemma Navarrete described her new single ‘Same Shit!’ as a love letter to being yourself. She’s been writing self-affirming letters from a young age, and her penmanship has earned her the title of FBi’s Independent Artist of the Week this week.
Independent Artist of the Week: Putrika
Soulful, detailed, off-kilter – Putrika’s debut singles draw on her influences while stepping past them into a dense sonic world.
Chakra Efendi on ‘I of the Err’ – The Album That Almost Didn’t Happen
‘I of the Err’ is a vulnerable and joyous return. Equal parts sentimental and forward-facing, it’s a welcome return from Chakra Efendi.