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Featured Programs

Latest Interviews

Jess Locke Plays Two Songs Live And Chats Tour Life & Writing Music For Album No. 2

She performed her stripped back tracks ‘Better/Bitter’ and ‘Drive To Drink’ live in the studio.

The Avalanches Reveal Album Number Three Is Due Out “Definitely Soon”

“Getting Wildflower out of the way and following up Since I Left You feels like a weight’s been lifted… The [new] music is really light, it’s some of the best stuff we’ve done.”

Aldous Harding: “I Mean It. I Mean Every Word of It.”

Caroline Gates chatted to Kiwi artist Aldous Harding about the release of her new record Party, learning to love shitty sound on stage, and the urge to keep writing.

Erasers chat running a label, Perth’s DIY music scene & their Ears Have Ears exclusive

Rupert Thomas of drone pop duo Erasers lets us in on what it’s like making music and running a label as part of Perth’s DIY community.

Alternative Archaeologies: Vanessa Berry Uncovers Sydney’s Underground

Vanessa Berry sheds some light on her exploration blog, Mirror Sydney, and reveals a punk underside to the city that likes to kick the kerb.

Goodgod’s Hana & Jimmy talk Japanese Wrestling, Creative Inspiration & Sydney’s Party Scene

The duo chat with Marty Doyle about the new road they’re travelling ahead of their Vivid LIVE parties.

This week in Sydney

Soundcheck 22 - 28 May: Vivid Festival, Methyl Ethel, Julia Jacklin, Sampha & More.

Need a live music fix? Here are our top gig picks in Sydney this week.

Diary of Death: 26 May - 2 June 2017

A life threatening list of imminent events happening in Sydney and surrounds, selected weekly by Jack Shit.

Culture Guide May 22 - 28: Iconic Vogue Ball, Sydney Writers' Festival + The Swim Premiere

Your weekly cheat sheet for the best events in Sydney, curated by FBi.