Gallery: St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2017
One bloody hot Saturday at Sydney College of the Arts! Featuring by Tame Impala, Nick Murphy, Clams Casino, Glass Animals and more.
Gallery: FBi Presents Fairgrounds Festival 2016
In its second year, Fairgrounds came back bigger and bolder – with live music spreading across two days.
Gallery: FBi Presents An Evening with Gordi at The Stoneleigh Hotel
Returning home after a long international tour, Gordi performed to an intimate crowd in the overgrown wonderland of The Stoneleigh Hotel.
GALLERY: FBi Presents Beach House at Sydney Opera House
Baltimore dreamers Beach House played under a canopy of stars in the Concert Hall. What a treat!
Gallery: Tame Impala at Sydney Opera House
Perth heroes Tame Impala returned to home soil to play two incredible shows on the Forecourt of the iconic Sydney Opera House. Photos by Yael Stempler.
GALLERY: Doctor Goddard launch ‘Without Love’ at Goodgod Small Club
October 2015 or 1970? Blue Mountains psych group Doctor Goddard brought heavy riffs, a yawning Jim Morrison croon and a ‘Born To Be Wild’ cover to Goodgod to launch their new single ‘Without Love’.
GALLERY: Listen Out 2015 – Sydney
It was a very hot, very sweaty Listen Out 2015 – featuring Joey Bada$$, Alison Wonderland, Childish Gambino and more. Yep, we know. Some of these people look CGI… must have been the heat?
Gallery & Highlights :: DARK MOFO 2015
We apologise in advance for the rapid onset of DARK MOFO FOMO when you look at these incredible photos from Tasmania’s darkest, coolest (all meanings intended) festival.
Interview + Gallery :: Alabama Shakes at The Enmore
Brittany and Steve from Alabama Shakes tell Alex Pye how they feel about their new record, Sound & Color, before an explosive show at the Enmore Theatre. Photos by Yael Stempler.
GALLERY & VIDEO :: Gang Of Youths – Local Live at FBi
Having built a name for their raw and engaging live shows, we were thrilled to have Gang Of Youths play our final Local Live at FBi gig, presented by JD Future Legends. They premiered tracks from their debut record ‘The Positions’, and snuck in a cheeky Joni Mitchell cover.