Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Mitski at Oxford Art Factory
When Mitski’s in town you stop whatever you’re doing and get yourself to that show. So that’s what we did! Catch a glimpse of what went down when she came to Sydney.
Soundcheck January 28 – February 3: Idles, Masego, Haiku Hands, DVS1, Laneway Festival
Need a live music fix? Here are our top gig picks in Sydney this week.
The art and love of storytelling with (Sandy) Alex G
Pennsylvania’s (Sandy) Alex G ducked into the studios for a chat with Darren Lesaguis on Arvos, before treating us to a live rendition of ‘Bobby’ from his latest record.
Slowdive settle into mature skin with their comeback self-titled record
Amidst their first ever Australian tour, Neil Halstead and Simon Scott of Shoegaze outfit Slowdive dropped by the studios for a chat with Eddy Diamond on Mornings.
Moses Sumney plays ‘Plastic’ live & muses on solitude, the human experience and Mac Demarco
Off the back of his breathtaking release ‘Aromanticism’, L.A.’s Moses Sumney adorned the studio with a spine-tingling live version of ‘Plastic’ on Arvos.
NAO talks jazz, the power of the internet and her new collaborative project
From formal jazz training to her unique style of wonky funk, UK singer-songwriter NAO talks with Samantha Groth about her music and how she made her name.
Gallery: FBi Presents The Island Getaway 4.0 (Laneway x Siberia)
Laneway’s pre-party with Siberia Records – featuring Clams Casino, Mr Carmack and more on a Sydney harbour cruise.
Gallery: FBi Presents NAO at Oxford Art Factory
Ooft. UK neo-soul singer NAO played a sold out Laneway Festival sideshow at Oxford Art Factory – supported by local favourite Kucka.
Gallery: FBi Presents Tycho at The Metro Theatre
In true Tycho fashion, Scott Hansen and his live band performed a euphoric, audio-visual spectacular at The Metro last night, while in Australia for Laneway Festival 2017.
Gallery: FBi Presents Whitney at Oxford Art Factory
Whitney treated a sold-out crowd to the entirety of their debut album, Light Upon The Lake, plus covers by Bob Dylan, NRBQ and Dolly Parton (so good, the crowd made them play it twice).