ALBUM OF THE WEEK

Tiny Little Houses

Idiot Proverbs

New Music

What we are listening to this week

Tiny Little Houses
// Short Hair [Album Of The...
Devarn
// The Grind
Brockhampton
// Boogie
Behind You
// Head Count
Jay Cooper
// Nomad ft. Colt Coleman
Soccer Mommy
// Your Dog
Car Seat Headrest
// Nervous Young Inhumans
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This Week In Sydney

Soundcheck 15 – 21 January: Actress, Telephones, Mallrat, Joyryde & More

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

Diary of Death: 19 January - 26 January 2018

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

Culture Guide January 15-21: Xerox, On the Border of Things Part One, MCA Artbar, Equal Area & more

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

Latest Music + Culture

Jamila Woods on being a black woman in Chicago

Chatting with Tanya Ali on Arvos, poet and R&B powerhouse Jamila Woods unpacks her debut album HEAVN and lets us in on how she's working on the ground to inspire a new generation of young artists.

Premiere: Moza Explore Living Your Truth In New Visuals for 'Gold'

Delving into self-doubt, acceptance and living your truth, 'Gold' is the latest offering from local electronic duo Moza. Hear it first on FBi Radio and peep the track's intimately honest visuals for the very first time.

We don't cross borders, they cross us: Sorong Samurai artists on Jack Off

Hear the four artists share stories of vast (and ongoing) journeys before uniting for two live songs together: first via traditional drums alone; then with ukelele added for an ebullient celebration of Pacific heritage.

The Hanging: Moving Histories // Future Projections

One screen, ten of Australia’s leading female artists. Moving Histories // Future Projections brings together a series of video-based artworks to critique the impact of film throughout time.

Ten Top Picks For Sydney Festival 2018

Virtual reality, underwater music and a whole year of socially engaged artistic projects: here are our top picks for Sydney Festival 2018.

Feel Your Feelings: A Holiday Playlist by Women In The Arts

Treat yourself! We asked all of this year’s Agenda collaborators and contributors to give us one tip on dealing with creative burnout, plus one song that never fails to make them feel good.

Christopher Port channels classic UK sounds on Purple Sneakers

Delivering a solid half hour of UK-tinged electronica, Christopher Port links garage with funky and bass influences over skittering percussion.

Acid Camp’s Aaron Davis brings LA house vibes to Sunset with Adi Toohey

Acid Camp head honcho Aaron Davis brings the sun-kissed, acidic house sounds of his local scene to Sunset with Adi Toohey.

Andrew Weatherall gets pensive on Sunset with Simon Caldwell

DJ, producer & legendary Londoner Andrew Weatherall shares a brooding mix and reveals what he’s learnt from decades on the dancefloor.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Freedom Time Festival

In need of some more Freedom Time? We were there to capture some of the best bits ft. Larry Heard, Leroy Burgess & Harvey Sutherland, Johnny Osborne, Nai Palm & more.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Todd Terje & The Olsens at Metro Theatre

Danceable disco specialist Todd Terje and his infectious ensemble The Olsens made their Metro Theatre debut, dazzling the crowd with vibrant, limb-wobbling jams.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Noname at The Metro Theatre

Laying down a soulful blend of hip-hop and spoken word poetry, Noname’s intimate Metro Theatre performance was nothing but endearing.