Independent Artist Of The Week
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.
From over-the-top and unapologetic 2000s pop music, to gritty, rhythmic electronic dance music, our Independent Artist of the Week Kavi will take you on an electrifying cosmic ride through the familiar feelings and phases of having a crush.
Jade Kenji is no stranger to the bustling hip hop scene in Sydney. After a string of features and collaborations with other artists, she has asserted herself as a solo artist on her latest single, ‘Tell Me the Time’.
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.
Ashli’s debut single Only One has been making waves since it was released in March of this year – Ashli called in to FBi to speak with Lill Scott on Up For It! about ‘Only One’, influences, and what’s next in her fledgling music career.
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.
Western Sydney’s Dylan Atlantis creates intimate tracks that blend smooth RnB with lofi grunge, drawing inspiration from the likes of Frank Ocean and Last Dinosaurs
Eora-based artist Matt Sitas’ new album WETWARE is an optimistic and bright blend of sounds and genres. This week’s Independent Artist Of The Week can sing and play bass, guitar, drums and keyboards. Like its maker, WETWARE is agile.
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.
Southwestern Sydney’s Ruu. has been hip hop obsessed since he was young. Ruu. is releasing hip hop that will get you dancing but also make you think – something that’s earned him the title of Independent Artist of the Week.