Neil Halstead and Simon Scott of Slowdives dropped by Arvos with Ruby and Al to chat about their upcoming album, whether their status as one of THE shoegaze bands affected the process behind recording it, and how the chaos of the pandemic drove them to create something hopeful.
Cable Ties’ latest album All her Plans is a fast, powerful and raucous record. Jenny McKechnie and Shauna Boyle joined Jaimee Taylor-Nielsen on Arvos to break down songs from their new album and discuss the process of writing, recording and releasing them.
Tkay Maidza is back with a new single produced by Flume. It marks the beginning of an exciting new era – the era of the silent assassin. Tkay spoke with Kanika Kirpalani on Wednesday Arvos to talk us through her new music, producing with Flume, and what we can expect from her soon!
Weyes Blood’s ethereal melodies and introspective lyrics explore themes of change and human connection, creating a transcendent chamber-pop experience. She caught up with Ruby Miles on Friday Arvos to chat about her album, live shows, and how the world around her constantly informs her music.
Facilitating a public cry on the treadmill is not the accolade artists usually strive for when releasing a debut record, but Babitha has climbed to those heights and then some with her viscerally optimistic Brighter Side of Blue.
Erika de Casier chats touring Australia and her sophomore album ‘Sensational’ on Arvos with Bri Kennedy
Erika de Casier is finally in the country. She sat down on Arvos with Bri Kennedy to spill the deets on her songwriting process, her recent uptake of collaboration in both her music and her music videos, and how her cat helps her manage her work-life balance.
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.
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.
Following on from an extended trip to Zambia, the Sampa the Great project is taking a different shape. In an interview on Arvos, she told Bri Kennedy she wanted “rediscover who Sampa The Great is from a ‘home’ perspective,” while also discovering and nurturing African artists who may not have the same resources or outlets despite their talent.
Yolŋu surf-rock legends King Stingray have their feet on the ground and eyes set squarely ahead in spite of a meteoric 12 months. Founding member and guitarists Roy Kellaway caught up with Grace and Al on Arvos last week to talk through where King Stingray are from and where they’re heading.