Like syrup, the smooth n’ sultry vocals of Taylor B-W have a fluid quality that allows her to quickly and effortless traverse a variety of musical influences, deftly combining different genres to create something new. As FBi’s Independent Artist of the Week, she sat down with Lill Scott on Up for It! to chat about her latest music video, new single, and much-adored pet staffy.
Hit shuffle on Western Sydney rapper and producer Zion Garcia’s discography and he’s sure to offer up a little something you’ll love. From warm, silky, jazz-inspired brass sections to high-intensity, hard-hitting hip hop flows, his candid lyricism remains a thread throughout.
Gian Santoro’s Reflections On The Waters pulls back the curtains in their soulful recount of navigating queer identity, intergenerational trauma, and grief. Draped in soothing lofi percussion and introspective lyricism, their album Reflections On The Waters is testament to their artistic triumph.
Doris’ music is chaotic, collaborative, inspirational and occasionally contradictory. Just like life. Up For It!’s Lill Scott chatted to Ziek, Myles and Bronte about their upcoming EP Birthday Cakes, the pains of customer service and being vulnerable on stage.
33’s latest EP ‘Bradley’ is a dreamy composite of sonic experimentation. A massive return from a 10 year hiatus, each piece of the EP combines to create a kaleidoscopic insight into Mary’s creative process, and her rebellion against the jarring pursuit of perfection.
LIL YOUNGINS’ debut single ‘The Problem’ tackles the topic of youth crime -shifting the blame from Maningrida kids to the system that failed them. Members 808 Mello, DK and Tillo joined Lill Scott on Up For It! to talk through the track, their roots, and a J-MLLA collaboration.
It’s not too hard to imagine finding Lydia Kivela amidst a wasteland of fog, their shadowy figure moving through the gloom as they craft potions of hypersonic beats and slick raps. Their debut track ‘Eerie’, a potent mix of haunting production and biting verses, quickly grabbed our attention when it was released in November.
Sydney-based alternative singer songwriter Brendon Moon combines mellifluous vocals, distorted guitars, and meandering dream-pop melodies on his latest single ‘Bare’. As FBi Radio’s latest Independent Artist of the Week, he joined Lill Scott on Up For It! to talk about the single, influences, and his creative process as well as treat us to a live acoustic set in the studio.