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  • Zeus Zam - Album o... // No Zu
  • Voxes Roll - FBi C... // Canblaster
  • Easier Said [Human... // Sunflower Bean
  • It Means I Love Yo... // Jessy Lanza
  • In The Dark // Montaigne
  • God's Eyes // Spookyland
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FBi Presents The Internet at Oxford Art Factory | 3.2.16

Gallery: FBi Presents The Internet at Oxford Art Factory

If you can judge a gig by the number of smartphones in the air...
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DJ W!LD shares his favourite labels + an exclusive mix with Mantra Collective

The Parisian house legend is headed for Sydney's best basement venue this weekend - Civic Underground - thanks to your homies Mantra Collective.

This Week In Sydney

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Soundcheck Feb 1-7: Laneway Festival, Dappled Cities, Cat Power & more

Need a live music fix? Here are our top gig picks in Sydney this week.
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Culture Guide Feb 1-7: Merry Crisis, Environmental Art & Human 3.0

Your weekly cheat sheet for the best events in Sydney, curated by FBi.
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Diary of Death :: 6 Feb - 12 Feb 2016

A life-threatening list of recommended events happening in Sydney and surrounds this week.

Latest Music & Culture

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HEALTH talk Death Magic, Max Payne and their social media game with Jordan Sexty

We catch up with HEALTH's John Famiglietti ahead of their visit for St Jerome's Laneway Festival. Win tickets to their sideshow within!
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Kelela on collaborations & being a boss telemarketer with Sweetie & Shag

Even Kelela had to work a shitty telemarketing job. And she was really good at it, of course.
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Listen to Guilty Simpson & Katalyst shoot the Shit on Jack Off

The pair swung by FBi to perform the Guilty classics 'Stress' and 'Blow The Horns On 'Em', produced by J Dilla and Madlib respectively.
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The man with the lion-head cane: Norman Jay with Stephen Ferris

The legendary London DJ and 'rare groove' pioneer just wants to please the crowd.
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Viet Cong on exploring new sounds, a new album and new name

Monty and Danny from Viet Cong talk about starting out as a Black Sabbath cover band, grandma juice and what their new record will sound like (to be released under a new name).
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Vic Simms interview + 'Stranger In My Country' live on Jack Off

The Indigenous icon talks about the album he recorded in Bathurst Gaol in just one hour, and performs the first song he ever wrote, live and unaccompanied in the studio.
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Review: Joanna Newsom at Sydney Opera House (Sydney Festival)

"I love Joanna Newsom’s music to an extent that’s unseemly, which means that there’s a lot of potential for expectations to remain unfulfilled."
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Review: Djuki Mala at Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent (Sydney Festival)

Whether it's traditional dance styles from East Arnhem Land or bootyshaking Missy Elliott would be proud of, the boys of Djuki Mala perform with pure joy.
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Challenging the patriarchy: Jenny Hval talks apocalypse and sin-spiration

In town for Sydney Festival, the experimental Norwegian singer-songwriter speaks frankly about growing up in Christian-dominated Oslo, sexuality and the politics of counter-culture.
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Holy Holy perform ‘Sentimental and Monday’ and chat with Stephen Ferris

A beautifully stripped back live serenade on Mornings.
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Review: Dirty Three at the State Theatre (Sydney Festival)

"For two hours, Dirty Three were the greatest band on any planet in any universe."
FBi Presents The Internet at Oxford Art Factory | 3.2.16

Gallery: FBi Presents The Internet at Oxford Art Factory

If you can judge a gig by the number of smartphones in the air…

Next Big Thing: SAMPA THE GREAT | The 2015 FBi SMAC Awards | Photo by Satsuki Minoda

Gallery: The 2015 FBi SMAC Awards

An evening to celebrate Sydney’s best music, arts and culture. Broadcast live from Carriageworks, this year’s ceremony was hosted by the inimitable Raph and Joyride, aka The Meeting Tree.

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GALLERY: The FBi SMACs Festival at Carriageworks

What a gorgeous day. Thanks for celebrating the best of Sydney music, arts and culture with us!

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Gallery: FBi Presents NYD 2016 at The Vic

The Vic proved that Jan 1 doesn’t have to be the roughest of the year, throwing a free party with a skate ramp, delicious brews (hair of the dog, mates!) and live music from Dune Rats, Gooch Palms and more.

FBi Presents Unknown Mortal Orchestra at The Metro | 4.12.15 | Photos by Satsuki Minoda

Gallery: Unknown Mortal Orchestra at The Metro Theatre

Here for Meredith and Fairgrounds, the Portland via New Zealand weirdos played one very sold-out show in Sydney.

Latest Videos

FBi Radio's Close Quarters with Tiny Ruins at Stoneleigh No. 50 - Photo by Ash Berdebes, 27.11.15

Watch Tiny Ruins play 'Dream Wave' in a magical garden

Hollie Fullbrook, aka Tiny Ruins, performed a solo acoustic set in the fairytale garden of Stoneleigh No. 50, an abandoned house in one of Sydney's oldest suburbs.
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Watch :: Zeahorse 'Pool' live at Volumes 2015 (Brighton Up Bar)

The first in a series of live videos from the epic Volumes 2015: watch the loud, relentless wall of sound projected by Zeahorse at Brighton Up Bar, giving the festival's name an even more potent meaning...
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GALLERY & VIDEO :: Local Live Sunset Studio Party with Kilter & Roland Tings

On a super chilly winter night in Sydney, we created a tropical disco apocalypse in our studio and invited two of the most exciting producers in Australia at the moment - Kilter and Roland Tings - to play live to an intimate crowd of lei-ed up winners.