Part emcee, part producer and 100% weird beard, the FG species (genus strangus guyus) can be recognised by its faithful reproduction of soul samples and its limited freestyle skills. It is often found in a lab with an expression of frustration and disappointment on its odd countenance or on the front porch writing its artist bio while surrounded by empty beer bottles.
The FG exhibits numerous aberrant behaviours. For example, this species is known to frequent hip hop shows only to sit in dimly lit corners with a notebook writing lyrics.
Originally native to the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne where it was frequently found trying to blend in with J-reds, Aetcixs, A-loves, Drainos, Fatty Phews, Nick Sweepahs and Muphins, it has also been spotted in the vicinity of other states’ fauna such as the Mr. Trials, Simplex, Mass MC and Crixus. Around 2005, the FG migrated west and currently burrows in and around Perth, Western Australia. Since migrating, the FG has used its underdeveloped xenomorphic traits to collaborate with other species such as the Wisdom2th, Ourobonic Plague, G-box, A.pt, Empty Cup, ASAP and Hallows. A long-playing collection of the distinct sounds produced through these collaborations is was released in November 2012 under the title of “Making Space”. Further audio records are currently in development.
The only certifiable extant recordings of this shy mammal can be found on the audio discs for Culture of Kings, Culture of Kings 2, ‘More Than Music’ by Muphin, ‘Get The Picture?’ by Draino, ‘Who’s Your Step-Daddy?’ by The Funkoars, ‘Waking The Past’ by Terra Firma, ‘Abstract Junk’ by Crixus, ‘Making Space’ by FG and on the audio cassette ‘Funky Living Room’ by FG.