FBi Monthly Mixtape #011
While it feels like the year is basically over, we all know its really not quite done, at least not until you get your Spotify Wrapped. Allow the hosts of 10 Foot Heavy, Saturday Sunset and Monday Arvos bring you the best tracks from this month to squeeze last-minute into your 2022 rotation.
Sampa The Great on celebrating African creatives
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.
Listen: Hermitude on Arvos with Amy Gibbs
“[My dad said] Angus, Angus! I need you to fill in just for one or two nights… no other drummer ever showed up.”
Listen :: Heaps Decent Radio
Every Monday arvo we bring you a new track from HEAPS DECENT: a bunch of heroes who work with marginalised & disadvantaged youth in Sydney.
Listen :: Factory Floor on Monday Arvos
Factory Floor joined Amy Gibbs in the studio ahead of their first Australian tour. While we had ’em we got the insight to the making of their debut album, and the intricacies of cowbell.
Guestbook :: Savages on Monday Arvo
Jenny Beth and Faye from Savages dropped in to FBi all the way from London to chat to Rowe ahead of their show at the Metro Theatre on February 4. They talked St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, “nice” moshpits and beach babe’n adventures.
Guestbook :: The War On Drugs on Monday Arvos
Monday afternoons are pretty special when The War On Drugs are involved. Adam Granduciel joined us in the studio ahead of their Falls Festival sideshow for a chat and an acoustic performance of Adam’s favourite song from their upcoming album, “Eyes to the Wind.”