Soundcheck February 19-25: Dizzee Rascal, Cloud Nothings, Secret Garden, Rainbow Chan & more
Need a live music fix? Here are our top gig picks in Sydney this week.
Listen: Little May on Australian inspiration + ‘Remind Me’ live in the studio
Long-time FBi favourites Little May came back to where their on-air story started, joining Charlotte on Arvos in the studios where they first got played. Plus a live song!
The Hanging :: An Imprecise Science
Connecting each work in An Imprecise Science is the overarching theme of how our behavior feeds back into our experience of life, with the result that the performer and the viewer are affected in different ways. In one video at the exhibition, the band performs one song non-stop for six hours, nine minutes and thirty-five seconds.
Interview :: The National’s Scott Devendorf
We speak to The National’s bassist Scott Devendorf about their Australian tour, music videos and their casual encounter with New Zealand’s new favourite person (guess who) at the Grammys.
GALLERY :: The National at Sydney Opera House
Perhaps it was the views of the Opera House vs the Harbour Bridge, or perhaps it was the moonlight, but there was some sort of magic in the air when The National took the stage at the Sydney Opera House forecourt…
List :: Dec’s Top 13 Of ’13
Declan Byrne, your brunch buddy on Monday and Tuesday mornings, put together his top 13 local and international albums of 2013 as a Christmas Eve present. Listen through with him and see how much you agree on…
Preview :: Ludlites Love Music
Jess Hamilton has a crack at making some of her own lyrics-inspired images, spurred on by The Ludlites Love Music exhibition that launches this weekend. The results are… interesting.
Free Music :: Brassland @ Adelaide Fest
As the Mad/Rad/Gl-Adelaide Festival kicks off today, the Brassland label are celebrating their partnership with a free collection of tracks from Deerhoof, Kronos Quartet, Bryce Dessner, Sam Amidon and more.
Videos :: The War On Drugs & The National
Friday vid fix! First up we have a trippy clippy from The War On Drugs – Kurt Vile's former band who are […]