Jack Shit

Host of Jack Off, Saturdays 3-5pm on FBi 94.5FM.

Amyl & The Sniffers serve explosive and irreverent punk on Jack Off with Jack Shit

Much like their namesake, Aussie punk rockers Amyl & The Sniffers are here for a good time, not a long time.

Country VIC to Brooklyn NYC and everything in between with Luluc

Luluc return to Jack Off with Jack Shit to chat origins, the liminal realities of life on the road and to play recent single ‘Me and Jasper’ live on air.

Religious Upbringings, Coming Out & ‘Good Guys Go’: Cub Sport on Jack Off

Off the back of their emotional second album ‘BATS’, Cub Sport joined Jack Shit in the studio to perform a live rendition of ‘Good Guys Go’.

Transforming trauma: Shoeb Ahmad on Jack Off With Jack Shit

Shoeb Ahmad has made some bold changes in the past year, somehow transforming trauma into a courageous coming out. Listen to Shoeb’s story – and marvel at two stunningly sincere and plaintive songs performed live in the studio.

Boat life, the early days & meeting the Queen: Madness on Jack Off With Jack Shit

Listen to Suggs and Monsieur Barso chat tales and tribulations with Jack Shit – plus two exclusive live performances in the studio.

Murder Ballads, Tolstoy & Banjo: Sam Amidon on Jack Off With Jack Shit

Listen to Sam Amidon and Jack Shit talk Tolstoy, folk music and murder ballads – plus two stunning live songs from Sam in the studio.

Spod takes America! But first, he takes over Jack Off with Jack Shit

Before heading off for the bright lights of L.A., Sydney legend Spod joined Jack Shit for an epic 40 minutes of banter, live music, talking over recorded music, and more than a few hot takes.

Listen to Natalie Prass perform live on Jack Off with Jack Shit

Sprightly Virginian songstress Natalie Prass joins us on her first jaunt to Sydney, performing sublime renditions of ‘Why Don’t You Believe In Me’ and ‘Bird Of Prey’ live in the studio.

Listen to Guilty Simpson & Katalyst shoot the Shit on Jack Off

The pair swung by FBi to perform the Guilty classics ‘Stress’ and ‘Blow The Horns On ‘Em’, produced by J Dilla and Madlib respectively.

Vic Simms interview + ‘Stranger In My Country’ live on Jack Off

The Indigenous icon talks about the album he recorded in Bathurst Gaol in just one hour, and performs the first song he ever wrote, live and unaccompanied in the studio.