“The most exciting thing to do was to get on the train, go to Sydney and go to Red Eye Records… which was so exciting because we didn’t have that in the country.”
FBi SMAC award-winner Caitlin Park paid us another visit on Mornings to reminisce with Alex Pye about some of the more exciting places she’s been to play and give a live performance.
Brisbane’s Banff, aka Ben Forbes, dropped by to tell us about his new EP, working with Big Scary’s Tom Iansek, and play a live acoustic version of ‘All Again’.
Brodie Brummer and Gemma O’Connor from Flyying Colours talk about playing at the library in Wagga as kids and treat FBi’s Stephen Ferris to a live performance of the title track of their new ROYGBIV EP.
Woods x Elkkle emerged from a fridge with a wonky door covered in rainbows, where they’d been holed up getting some writing done, to give Alex Pye a live performance of a few tracks off their new EP.
Gang Of Youths lead singer & songwriter Dave Leaupepe caught up with Dom O’Connor, one show into a 24-date tour. They discuss the emotional toll of ‘The Positions’ and Dave drops a straight-to-the-feels acoustic.
Twelve Point Buck joined Dave Goldschmidt to discuss getting around in the Blue Mountains, recording their cat’s meow and the joy of catching people unawares with unexpected musical fuzz.
Courtney Barnett joined Sweetie and Shag for to talk about her laid-back lyrics and the effort that goes into sounding effortless. Watch her play ‘Dead Fox’ live and acoustic.