FBi Monthly Mixtape #015

The much anticipated 15th edition of our monthly mixtape is out. Chock full of excellent selects from FBi’s very own, MM#015 covers everything from dnb to glitch pop to noise to dancehall – get stuck into it now!

FBi Monthly Mixtape #014

Caught yourself in a music rut, rinsing the same set of tracks over and over? Even if you haven’t, we’re halfway through the year baby its time to freshen up your rotation! Check out these stellar recommendations handpicked by our presenters.

FBi Monthly Mixtape #013

I can’t be the only one who’s ‘seriously’ been ‘vibing’ with some music lately. Let this all star lineup guide you through some of their favourite tracks from May in FBi’s Monthly Mixtape.

15 years of Kato – The Soundtrack, The Experience

Kato will take you through Sunset a final time this Thursday, but before you listen to that, listen to the tracks that defined the show over the past 15 years.

2017’s Best Australian Dance Music – Mix by Sandro Dallarmi

Slinging together his favourites from the year that was, Switch’s Sandro Dallarmi curates his take on 2017’s best Australian dance music tracks.

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.

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.

Disco beats abound in Norm De Plume’s mix for Spin the Bottle

London DJ Norm De Plume digs through his crate of deep disco sounds, along with some of his own tunes, melding breezy melodies with funky basslines.