Album of the Week
The fourth album from Naarm artists Too Birds, Soul of Too Birds, is an experimental hip hop record laced with sardonic wit and dripping with caustic irony. Yet it is also at the same time powerfully grounded and sensitive. The artists behind our Album of the Week this week called in to Lunch with Isaac Ortlipp to tell us all about it.
Skeleten (the project of Sydney electronic music mainstay and the genius behind this week’s Album of the Week Russell Fitzgibbon) swung by FBi Radio to chat all about his debut record Under Utopia
Melbourne producer CORIN’s second album Lux Aeterna is made of musical lightbeams. Try to follow the path of any one sound and you’ll quickly become entangled. She joined Darren Lesaguis on The Playlist to chat all about the new record.
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve heard from the electronic dance-art-pop producer. Six years after her first EP, Yaeji’s debut album is finally here and so is she, back in Eora/Sydney for two shows at the Sydney Opera House. She spoke with Bri Kennedy on Arvos all about her album and her new live show.
Sydney dream-pop-meets-art-rock outfit Eternal Dust have just released their debut record Spiritual Healers, Defence Lawyers. Merging layers of romantic 80s guitar sounds with ethereal and distant vocals, the album has earned the coveted title of FBi Radio’s Album of The Week.
PROTO is Holly Herndon’s breathtaking 3rd album, made in collaboration with an AI developed by Herndon herself. Here, she takes us thru the blurred lines of its artistic provenance.
Britt Daniel, Jim Eno and Alex Fischel have a chat on Mornings with Alex Pye about the sex, synths, and self-reflection on their new album, Hot Thoughts.
It’s been a long time coming, but the debut album from DMA’S is finally here. Listen to the Sydney band discuss ‘Hills End’ and play an acoustic live in the studio.
Long-time FBi favourites Little May came back to where their on-air story started, joining Charlotte on Arvos in the studios where they first got played. Plus a live song!