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FBI SMACs Festival drops more artists
Hermitude, Little May, Gang Of Youths and more have been nominated for the 2015 FBi SMAC awards.
Sydney’s FBi Radio have announced a mighty local lineup for their first ever Sydney, music, arts and culture (SMAC) Festival. As part of Sydney Festival, the community station have enlisted the likes of Cosmo’s Midnight, Vallis Alps, Dustin Tebbutt and Tuka, among others, to play an entirely homegrown event at Sydney’s Carriageworks in early January.
At First Sight returns to Sydney’s Carriageworks this month for a day of pop up record stalls, live music and more. Dedicated to die hard music lovers, the kind of people who still buy vinyl and love live music, At First Sight is the brainchild of FBi‘s Dusty Fingers aka Marty Doyle. The festival made
FBi Radio have revealed the winners of the 2014 FBi Sydney Music Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards, throwing praise to some of the city’s most highly lauded musicians, performers, artists, foodies, events and tastemakers. This year, the SMAC Awards saw over 50 finalists nominated across 11 categories, with FBi asking the public to vote for
The seventh year of FBi Radio‘s Sydney Music Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards is upon us, the Sydney community station unveiling its 2014 nominees. On the music side of things, Caitlin Park, Seekae, Spookyland, Mansionair and Basenji lead all other nominees with two nods apiece. The FBi SMAC awards recognise the outstanding artists, musicians, performers,
FBi Radio have named Melbourne solo producer LUCIANBLOMKAMP (pictured) and Sydney band The Walking Who as winners of the 2014 Northern Lights Competition. Both acts beat out almost 600 other entries from around the country, including some very impressive finalists. For winning the 2014 Northern Lights Competition, both LUCIANBLOMKAMP and The Walking Who will perform
Sydney’s FBi Radio have announced the finalists of their nation-wide 2014 Northern Lights competition, which offers solo artists and music producers the chance to travel to Iceland to play the prestigious Iceland Airwaves Festival in November this year. From the hundreds of entries, a shortlist of 10 acts has been announced and now a free
FBi‘s Sydney Music Art & Culture (SMAC) Awards have come and gone for another year, with Sydney band The Preatures, psych-rockers Cloud Control and electronic maestro Elizabeth Rose amongst the big winners of the night. The SMAC Awards recognise the many talented artists and industry folk that have heavily influenced and greatly shaped Sydney’s creative
Taking the prize for best Christmas present idea, Sydney’s FBi Radio are auctioning off original artworks by your favourite musos. As a part of their fundraising project, Brush With Fame, FBi volunteers have been commissioning local and international acts to take creative liberties and decorate a plain white canvas to raise funds for the community
Those of you who missed out on FBi’s ridiculously massive 10th Birthday party, and especially the Thundamentals fans among you, we know you’re out there, can breathe a sigh of relief. The boys have released a compilation of some incredible footage from the event, which you can check out below. The sold out show took
FBi Radio have just added another huge act to the bill for FBi Turns 10, with electro heroes Midnight Juggernauts joining an already killer lineup, as well as announcing a kickarse art program, an explosion of food trucks and releasing the third and final allocation of tickets. Juggers and FBi Radio make a fitting duo,
Sydney’s favourite community radio station, FBi Radio, have just announced a second round of artists playing their mega tenth birthday celebrations, FBi Turns 10!, adding indie sweetheart Sarah Blasko, the electrifying Kirin J Callinan and snotty-nosed punks Bleeding Knees Club to the mammoth occasion. The festival was already set to be one hell of an