From South Sudanese household name, to proud new Australian resident. The remarkable Gordon Koang is taking his message of peace, love and unity across the globe.
Julia chats about dispensing with tricky lyricism and cutting to the heart of matters on Crushing, and knocks out a killer live rendition of Pressure To Party.
Hear the four artists share stories of vast (and ongoing) journeys before uniting for two live songs together: first via traditional drums alone; then with ukelele added for an ebullient celebration of Pacific heritage.
Get walloped by the fabulous force of nature that is Teri Gender Bender. Hear her perform two Le Butcherettes songs live in the studio, rounded out with a hilarious dose of mile-a-minute self-mockery.
Shoeb Ahmad has made some bold changes in the past year, somehow transforming trauma into a courageous coming out. Listen to Shoeb’s story – and marvel at two stunningly sincere and plaintive songs performed live in the studio.
Gang Of Youths’ Dave Le’aupepe joined Chris Twite on Arvos to chat about the band’s new record, Go Farther In Lightness, and to play their new single live in the studio.
Ainslie Wills and guitarist Lawrence Folvig filled us in on their ever-evolving songwriting partnership, before performing ‘Running Second’ live on-air.
Off the back of her debut EP, Stella Donnelly dropped by the FBi studio for the very first time. Discussing the release of her debut EP ‘Thrush Metal’, she also performed a goosebump-inducing track live on air.
Listen to Suggs and Monsieur Barso chat tales and tribulations with Jack Shit – plus two exclusive live performances in the studio.