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// Flowers [Album of the Wee...
Bed Wettin' Bad Bo...
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Pinegrove
// Intrepid
Press Club
// My Body's Changing
Quay Dash
// Queen Of This Shit (prod....
Backyard
// Royal Park
DUCKWRTH
// MICHUUL
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This Week In Sydney

Soundcheck 13 – 19 November: Ribongia, Hydrofunk, Sad Grrrls Fest, Mr Scruff & More

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

Diary of Death : 18 - 24 November 2017

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

Culture Guide November 13 - 19: Tokyo Is Yours, Bling, Spoken Vibes & more

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

Latest Music + Culture

Exclusive: First listen of HTMLFlowers debut album 'Chrome Halo'

Melbourne's HTMLFlowers is finally ready to unleash his new album 'Chrome Halo'. A collection of eleven strong and stirring tracks that dissect sacrifice, frustration, love and living with a disability, hear it ahead of its release.

Premiere: CLYPSO frees herself on new single 'Save Me'

Fusing tribal drums with introspective lyrics, 'Save Me' is the latest from Sydney producer and vocalist Clypso. Exploring internal worlds and saving yourself from yourself, hear it first on FBi Radio.

The Hanging: Not Niwe, Not Nieuw, Not Neu

It almost feels like a visit to a small scale museum of natural history, that's if the museum was also staging gut-wrenching irony... Now showing at 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Two Steps On The Water

Melbourne’s Two Steps On The Water is a powerful musical project that sticks with you long after the music stops, built on raw emotions, off-kilter lyrics and haunting string arrangements.

Wafia: "All I can do is be myself."

Chatting with Grace & Al on Arvos, Wafia Al-Rikabi explores the balancing act between the political and the accessible when it comes to making music.

Premiere: Rainbow Chan disturbs the norm on 'The Creator'

Interrogating issues around gender, sexuality and love, local singer & producer Rainbow Chan has just unleashed 'The Creator'. It's the second taste from her forthcoming EP 'FABRICA' - hear it first on Arvos.

Swick uncorks bubbling club and future rap on Switch

Blurring the line between club and pop, Swick drops a mix that’s brimming with unreleased edits alongside some choice club-ready rap, grime and dance tunes.

A bit of everything from Jonah Baseball on Sidechains

Detroit producer Jonah Baseball brought his funk meets club sensibilities to the FBi Radio studios, melding energetic beats with groovy melodies across house, grime, disco and club.

Moistbreezy flips pop music conventions on Purple Sneakers

Producer, vocalist and DJ Moistbreezy is an internet pop star who’s not afraid to mash up genre conventions, mixing stripped back pop, minimal electronica and intense EDM with ease.

Gallery: Newtown Festival 2017

Sunshine, hours of local tunes and plenty of pooches made for a memorable Newtown Festival 2017. Thousands converged on Camperdown Memorial Rest Park to raise funds for the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Eat Your Heart Out Liverpool

Featuring live sets from Soul Benefits, Okenyo, Rebecca Hatch, Ebony Boadu and more, Liverpool’s Eat Your Heart Out street festival brought together local artists and makers for an unforgettable afternoon. 

Gallery: Tracks at Blacktown Arts Centre

TRACKS is back! We returned to Blacktown Arts Centre for round two of TRACKS, a music industry Q&A and live music showcase featuring Thelma Plum, Nooky, Coda Conduct, Koori Radio & more.