Review :: Ed Kuepper at Sydney Festival
“I’m not playing RSLs anymore… Now I’m king of the concert hall. Call me maestro.” Ed Kuepper, a legend of Australian experimental rock, was welcomed back to the stage by a devoted Sydney Festival audience.
GALLERY :: How To Dress Well in the Aurora Spiegeltent (FBi Radio night at Sydney Festival)
Making a very special late-night appearance as part of Sydney Festival, Tom Krell aka How To Dress Well captivated the Aurora Spiegeltent.
LIVE: How To Dress Well at FBi Radio | January 22, 5:30pm
Here for Sydney Festival to play one of our hand-picked FBi Radio nights, we are thrilled to be hosting a very special performance from Tom Krell aka How To Dress Well – right here at FBi.
Why you need to see Blank Realm at Sydney Festival
“Allow their music to soothe the soul like the best acupuncture you’ve never had.” Ryan Saar really wants you to go and see Blank Realm. Like, really really.
Review: Xylouris White at Sydney Festival
What happens when the Dirty Three’s Jim White crosses paths with one of Crete’s finest musicians, George Xylouris? Magic, apparently – or if you want it in Greek, Pyrcchichios: ‘firesound’.
Review :: Ross McHenry Future Ensemble at Sydney Festival
LA composer, beatmaker and bass player Ross McHenry had the crowd in awe with his future-jazz inspired collective at Sydney Festival.
Review :: Camille O’Sullivan ‘Changeling’ (Sydney Festival)
Camille O’Sullivan is charming, moving, and just a little bit mad. See her traverse the songs of Nick Cave, Johnny Cash, Gillian Welch, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen and more in the Famous Spiegeltent.
FANTASTIC MAN: The mystery and magic of William Onyeabor
One of Sydney Festival’s most intriguing shows is ‘Atomic Bomb! The Music of William Onyeabor’, bringing together the likes of Gotye, Sinkane, Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor and LCD Soundsystem’s Pat Mahoney for a live tribute show. But seriously – who is William Onyeabor?
Listen: Radical Bodies, Nick Cave & Bankstown on Canvas
Fat Activism and phat tracks with Kelli Jean Drinkwater (Nothing To Lose, Sydney Festival) – plus Rosie Dennis talks Bankstown:Live, and we hear an excerpt from Chicago artist Nick Cave’s recent talk at Carriageworks. Listen back to the penultimate Canvas for 2014!