Music Interviews

Jamila Woods on being a black woman in Chicago

Chatting with Tanya Ali on Arvos, poet and R&B powerhouse Jamila Woods unpacks her debut album HEAVN and lets us in on how she’s working on the ground to inspire a new generation of young artists.

Premiere: Moza Explore Living Your Truth In New Visuals for ‘Gold’

Delving into self-doubt, acceptance and living your truth, ‘Gold’ is the latest offering from local electronic duo Moza. Hear it first on FBi Radio and peep the track’s intimately honest visuals for the very first time.

We don’t cross borders, they cross us: Sorong Samurai artists on Jack Off

Hear the four artists share stories of vast (and ongoing) journeys before uniting for two live songs together: first via traditional drums alone; then with ukelele added for an ebullient celebration of Pacific heritage.

Feel Your Feelings: A Holiday Playlist by Women In The Arts

Treat yourself! We asked all of this year’s Agenda collaborators and contributors to give us one tip on dealing with creative burnout, plus one song that never fails to make them feel good.

2017 Year Book: FBi Radio’s Most Played Tracks

We’re super excited to share FBi’s 100 Most Played Tracks of the year, delivering more than 50% Australian music, with (over!) half of that from Sydney. Follow the playlist, stacked with plenty of local gems from our own backyard.

Free Sydney Music Compilation: The Bridge – Class of 2017

Here’s a little Christmas pressie to you from The Bridge’s Sydney music nerds – a free mixtape, made up of their favourite home-grown tracks of the year.

Goodbye from What’s Good

Ahead of their final Sunset show, hosts Sally Coleman and Erica Mallett look back What’s Good: freestyles, interviews and silly on-air moments.

Waxing Lyrical: Teri Gender Bender on Jack Off with Jack Shit

Get walloped by the fabulous force of nature that is Teri Gender Bender. Hear her perform two Le Butcherettes songs live in the studio, rounded out with a hilarious dose of mile-a-minute self-mockery.

Celebrating six years: Ears Have Ears throwback to their very first soundtrack

Not long after this photo was taken, Brooke Olsen & Scarlett Di Maio started an experimental radio show. Now, they’re coming full circle with a new collaborative soundtrack from their very first contributors.

Ostinato Records on unearthing Somalia’s treasure trove of lost music

Offering a glimpse of the country’s past through Ostinato Records, Vik Sohonie has dug up forgotten tracks from the Somalia national radio archive that were squirrelled away to prevent damage during the civil war.