Up For It
FBi Radio’s Independent Artist of the Week Nikodimos talks the mental health journey behind his new album, the similarities between comedy and music, and more on Up For It! with Kate Saap.
Tkay Maidza’s second studio album Sweet Justice comes at a time of reflection and growth for the artist. She joined Maleeka Gazula on Up For It! on the day of her album’s release to tell us all about it.
There is something about 700 Feel’s sound that should not work but simply does. The Sydney-based duo spoke with John Troughton on Up For It! about their EP, Muscle Memories Vol. 1 and what listeners can expect from them next.
SPELLLING’s new album has an especially distinctive sound, even by FBi’s standards. She joined Bindi Mutiara on Up for It! to take us through her Album of the Week-awarded new release.
At the start of this month Western Sydney rapper and host of The Kxckbxck on FBi Radio AR the Eternal dropped a stunning new double-sided tape, titled The Outside demos. The demos showcase AR’s versatility, at once a master of fast rap and gentle RnB. Crowned our Independent Artist of the Week, AR told us all about his new project with Maleeka Gazula on Up for It! last Friday.
STRUGGLER is the imminent release from Australian national treasure Genesis Owusu. He joined Bindi Mutiara to discuss the his experience as an increasingly popular artist and the album’s existentialist trappings.
Skeleten (the project of Sydney electronic music mainstay and the genius behind this week’s Album of the Week Russell Fitzgibbon) swung by FBi Radio to chat all about his debut record Under Utopia
‘WANT 2’ has earned LILPIXIE the title of FBi Radio’s Independent Artist of the Week. They joined Kate Saap on Up For It! to chat the track, their process, and the view looking down the barrel of an incredible career.
Sudan Archives is a fully realised artist to watch. Her most recent record Natural Brown Prom Queen features the violinist, singer and producer’s trademark instrumentation, conceptually exploring the ties between home, family, and belonging. Ahead of her Eora/Sydney Splendour sideshow, she caught up with Maleeka Gazula on Up For It!