FBi Monthly Mixtape #013
I can’t be the only one who’s ‘seriously’ been ‘vibing’ with some music lately. Let this all star lineup guide you through some of their favourite tracks from May in FBi’s Monthly Mixtape.
Cakes da Killa will spit fire at Vivid this year
Rapper Cakes da Killa sat down with Red Rey on Tuesday Lunch to discuss his new Muvaland EPs plus what Sydney audiences should expect from his forthcoming Vivid show.
Cut Copy on making dance music that isn’t just for the club
Cut Copy’s Tim Hoey and Mitchell Scott joined Samantha Groth on Lunch to chat about their new single ‘Airborne’, dance music that doesn’t alienate, and getting older, but staying young.
Good Boy and Jarrow Meet In Match Of The Century + Jarrow Plays ‘Cody’ Live
The musical besties chat split releases and mutual respect with Dan Gordon on Mornings.
Nadia Reid Plays ‘Call The Days’ Live & Talks Preservation on Lunch
The Dunedin singer-songwriter discusses the relationship between place and sound, as well as the art of making music as an act of healing.
Tiny Ruins plays ‘Dream Wave’ live acoustic and talks disorientation & ‘Hurtling Through’
Listen to a beautifully tender live rendition of ‘Dream Wave’ by New Zealand’s Hollie Fullbrook, aka Tiny Ruins, on Lunch with Samantha Groth.
Little May guest program Lunch: The National, Cloud Control, Aldous Harding & more
Local three piece Little May join Samantha Groth in the studio to share a playlist of “very long sad songs”, plus their cover of ‘Skeleton’ by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Hot Chip talk bangers, Kylie and Opera House seating with Claire Knight
A detailed discussion of what constitutes ‘a banger’ with Owen and Felix from Hot Chip.
Listen :: World’s End Press tell Tall Stories on Lunch with Darren Lesaguis
The Melbourne dancefloor masters talk through their new EP and finding the balance between electronic and analogue instruments.
Listen: Perfect Pussy interview on Lunch
In town for the Laneway festival, Meredith Graves and Shaun Sutkis from Perfect Pussy had a little lunch date with Katie Murray. They talked about being ostracised in the Syracuse punk scene, writing about love, breaking up for the band and the “crazy ex-girlfriend safety zone”…