Music Interviews & Features

Bayang (tha Bushranger) brings sci-fi rap and exclusive demos to JUICE with Nazty Gurl

Bayang (tha Bushranger) is a rapper, DJ and creative from Wylie Park in Eora / Sydney’s west. A unique voice in the music scene, Bayang jumped on Juice with Nazty Gurl to chat about the importance of FBi Radio, transitioning from metal to hip hop and infusing sci fi into his music.

CORIN chats art in all forms on Mornings with Louisa Thurn

Corin Ileto is an electronic producer, composer and performer. She joined Louisa Thurn on Tuesday Mornings to chat about live shows, practice during lockdown and collaborating with local artists. 

Climbing to new heights with Julia Jacklin on Arvos with Grace and Al

Celebrating the release of her expansive new album PRE PLEASURE, Julia Jacklin made her hotly anticipated return to the FBi studio to chat with Grace and Al about the long ascent to her most authentic work yet. 

MUNGMUNG chats gut feelings and Live from the Lab

Amidst the sparkle of National Science Week, clinical psychologist Dr. Caitlin Cowan and chemist Dr. Alice Motion have joined forces with hyperpop and R&B artist MUNGMUNG for Live from the Lab.

cookii break down their sound and alias on Mornings with Louisa Thurn

You’ll be familiar with cookii’s music even if you haven’t heard it before. Bright, brash, and bubblegummy, it’s the sound of all the pop culture you grew up with.

Collapsing in sunbeams with Arlo Parks on Arvos with Grace and Al

Following her radiant debut ‘Collapsed in Sunbeams’, Arlo Parks made her first trip to our shores, chatting world stages, lightning bolts, Dream Fuel and wholesome comment sections with Grace and Al on Friday Arvos.

Jeshi chats concept albums and his stunning debut ‘Universal Credit’

On his debut album, North London rapper Jeshi combines smooth, low end heavy beats with dreamy synths to complement his hard hitting, rhythmic vocal delivery. He sat down with Bri Kennedy on Arvos to talk through the creation and release of ‘Universal Credit’

HAAi chats her new album, embracing her shoegaze origins and collaborating with neighbours

HAAi’s debut solo album is a fast-paced sonic journey littered with quick cuts, ethereal vocals and hypnotic beats. She stopped by the FBi Radio studios to chat with Maia Bilyk on mornings about the release of ‘Baby, We’re Ascending’ and how she stumbled into the world of electronic music.

Wet Leg talk facing their fears, intimate gigs and famous fans

Isle of Wight two-piece Wet Leg are taking the world by storm. From picking their band name through random emoji combinations in 2019, to now playing Glastonbury and making their way to Australia for Splendour in the Grass, their meteoric rise doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon.

Honest, profound and certain: Tasman Keith on his stunning debut LP ‘A Colour Undone’

In many ways, ‘A Colour Undone’ parallels the interview Tasman gave. He masterfully straddles the line of unfettered vulnerability and self-assurance while walking through the chronology of a life that’s felt the highest of highs and the lowest of lows all at once.