Music

Here are all the winners in the 2017 FBi SMAC Awards

Introducing Sydney’s most exciting music, arts and culture in 2017 – as voted by you!

Soundcheck 29 January – 4 February: Father John Misty, Loyle Carner, The Necks, Wiley & More

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

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Jlin (Sydney Festival)

Indiana producer Jlin specialises in bass you can feel, and her live AV show as part of Sydney Festival was no different.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Sevdaliza at Oxford Art Factory

Stirring choreography, huge vocals and undeniable stage presence… Ever had goosebumps for an entire live show? Sevdaliza’s debut Sydney show was one of those gigs.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Heaps Gay Street Party

Get lost in the vibrant colours & eclectic sounds of Heaps Gay Street Party. With the weird and wonderful on full display, we got right in the thick of things.

Soundcheck 22 – 28 January: Yabun Festival, MNDSGN, Death Bells, Andras & more

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

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.

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.

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.