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Photo Gallery: The Blurst of Times Festival - Factory Theatre, Sydney (25.10.14)

The Blurst of Times Festival concluded its East Coast run on Saturday night in Sydney, with three stages blursting with incredible music from around the country. Larry and Oliver Heath were there for some of the day and brings you these photos to relive the little memories you probably have of the day. There was a blurst amount of beer and Sailor Jerry to be had by all. See Bloods, Chicks Who Love Guns, Velociraptor, Spod and many more...

Gig Announcements: Sydney & NSW - 25th August 2014

In this issue: Visions #6 lineup announcement, SPOD’s Taste The Sadness, Picnic Fun Warehouse Party, EXEK debut cassette EP launch, Allday headline show, Daniel Merriweather Sydney show, Jimmy Barnes special show, Rosie and Billie McCarthy at intimate Sydney venue, Ska & Punk Rock Boat Cruise is back.

Live Review: 'All My Friends' FBi fundraiser feat. Richard In Your Mind + Day Ravies + Unity Floors + SPOD + more - Oxford Art Factory (22.06.13)

Rain was pouring down in bucketloads outside, but the Oxford Art Factory still managed to attract a fair crowd for the All My Friends FBi radio fundraiser on Saturday night. Despite the dismal weather, the vibe was warm and welcoming upon my arrival, helped along by the gesture of a free bottle of Coopers green… As a Melbournian, like a lost bird away from my Southern nest, I was looking forward to the night ahead, where I hoped to be introduced to some of Sydney’s fine local talents.

Vivid Ideas Review: Indent Presents Feedback - Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (10.06.13)

Indent presents Feedback was one of the final Vivid Ideas conferences of 2013 – a music conference aimed at 12-25 year olds working or wanting to work in the music industry. Featuring keynote presentations from Brendan Maclean and Urthboy and engaging panels and MCed by triple j’s Dom Alessio, this was an interesting, informative and totally enjoyable day.

FBi Radio announces the 'All Our Friends' series of fundraisers.

Over the past 10 years, FBi Radio has been the launchpad for many burgeoning Sydney artists and has continued to foster a creative and supportive networks for the artistic community. The station is proud to announce a series of fundraisers called 'All Our Friends', a run of gigs which are set to celebrate a decade on air.