Stefan Blair and Liam Parsons of Good Morning sit down with Shag to talk about their writing process and how they like to keep it laid back.
Freddie Gibbs sits down with Shag in the FBi studio to talk about performing in Australia and the making of his latest album ‘Shadow of a Doubt’.
Treat yourself. Cruise through Sydney’s streets with Donny Benét as chauffeur… Go Driving with Donny. In episode 1: Shag bravely enters the world of coffee-drinking for the first time (sort of), and Sweetie feels The Heat.
Elizabeth Rose, purveyor of bright, shiny, um, “kind of pop/r’nb but still electronic/dance” music, stopped by for a chat with Sweetie and Shag ahead of her gig at Goodgod Small Club to launch “The Good Life”.
When the lure of comfortable pants and reality TV threatens to maroon you on the shores of mediocrity, FBi’s culture guide has got you sorted…
Have you heard? Bob Katter is handing over the proverbial reigns of his election campaign to YOU. Backchat – FBi’s alternative to talkback – are hijacking the campaign and they want your video submissions. Here’s one they prepared earlier…
Not quite comedy, not a reading, almost performance. There’s a brand new storytelling night in town called Life Lines. It’s biography by oratory, and host Matt Roden has collected a bunch of local creatives to present Someone Else’s Life.
There’s more to New Jersey than Springsteen and Situations. Ridgewood locals Real Estate kindly let us shove cameras in their collective grills when they visited FBi a few weeks ago, in the latest instalment of Studio To Stage.