GALLERY :: The Falls Music and Arts Festival (Lorne)
Watch one year melt into the next, in a magical place where the forest meets the sea. Photos by Yael Yaya Stempler.
2014 Yearbook :: FBi’s Most Played Artists
We’ve got our most played tracks of 2014 out there – but how do they compare to the artists that we gave consistent lovin’ […]
2014 Yearbook: FBi’s Most Played Tracks
2014 has been massive for FBi and we are proud as punch to share this list. What a soundtrack, what a year…
GALLERY :: FBi Presents The Lemonheads at The Metro
In the country for Meredith Music Festival, indie rock legends The Lemonheads played a glorious set at The Metro for their Sydney sideshow. Supported by Spookyland (nominated for Best Song and Next Big Thing in the 2014 FBi SMAC Awards!)
GALLERY :: FBi Presents Cloud Nothings at OAF (10.12.14)
A night of sweaty punk energy thanks to Palms, Bed Wettin’ Bad Boys and the mind-blowing Cloud Nothings. All photos by Rosie Hulak at Oxford Art Factory.
Northern Lights: 2014 Finalists Compilation [Download]
We’ve been glued to our headphones for the past couple of weeks, listening to all of the entrants to our first national Northern Lights competition, and finally the time has come… Meet the shortlisted finalists for 2014!
Listen :: Bearhug ‘Borderlines’ (new single)
Jangly guitars, lazy slacker vibes and murmured vocals are all characteristics of Bearhug’s musical trajectory so far. But they’re nowhere to be found on new song ‘Borderlines’…
Interview :: Kevin Parker (Tame Impala)
After a hangover-smashing live set at Sydney’s Big Day Out, Kevin Parker, the driving force behind Tame Impala, sat down with the Flog for a chat about writing, the importance of cover art and orchestral dreams.
Interview: Kirin J Callinan on ‘Embracism’, being a star & that wardrobe
Before Kirin J Callinan dropped his solo debut album Embracism, had Australia seen and felt a more physical artist? Dan Prior talks to Kirin about the massive year he’s had, and what’s on the cards next.
Review :: Ockham’s Razor – Sydney Festival
Brute strength and men in morphsuits aside, Ockham’s Razor explores the vulnerability, trust and reliance that is at the core of both aerial acrobatics and human relationships.