Music

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.

Goodbye from What’s Good

Ahead of their final Sunset show, hosts Sally Coleman and Erica Mallett look back What’s Good: freestyles, interviews and silly on-air moments.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Future Islands at Enmore Theatre

Samuel T. Herring was at his frenzied best delivering another incredibly engaging performance to a packed Enmore Theatre, bringing the heat and intensity we’ve come to expect from Future Islands.

Waxing Lyrical: Teri Gender Bender on Jack Off with Jack Shit

Get walloped by the fabulous force of nature that is Teri Gender Bender. Hear her perform two Le Butcherettes songs live in the studio, rounded out with a hilarious dose of mile-a-minute self-mockery.

Independent Artist of the Week: Feels

Classically-trained percussionists Elise Reitze and Rosie Taylor have dived head first into contemporary composition, making waves with lush sound worlds and introspective beats as Feels.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Mitski at Oxford Art Factory

Shining bright in front of a sold out crowd, our best American girl took Oxford Art Factory on an emotional journey during her debut Sydney show.

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.

Pure Space chills out with a mix from Furious Frank

Jazzy, upbeat and breezy, Furious Frank’s mix for Pure Space is packed with surprises, all over a driving beat you can’t help but move to.

Soundcheck December 4 – 11: Future Islands, Gang of Youths, Stella Donnelly & more

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

Celebrating six years: Ears Have Ears throwback to their very first soundtrack

Not long after this photo was taken, Brooke Olsen & Scarlett Di Maio started an experimental radio show. Now, they’re coming full circle with a new collaborative soundtrack from their very first contributors.