Join us in celebrating 14 years of FBi Radio at All In

If you asked me to describe FBi Radio in just a couple of words, it simply could not be done. It’s actually incredibly difficult to put into words the essential work FBi Radio has done over the course of it’s fourteen year life span for Sydney music, arts and culture.
It exists as one of those rare cultural entities that only come along once or twice in a generation with an aim to amplify and shape independent culture in Sydney.

We feel incredibly lucky to be involved with such an integral part of Sydney culture, which is why we’re even more stoked that we get to help FBi celebrate it’s 14th birthday next month.

It’s going down at Hudson Ballroom, and we’ll be throwing down alongside show runners from Bare Necessities, Body Promise, Dusty Fingers, Glitches, Mantra Collective, Motorik, Picnic, Pure Space, Sidechains, Sleepless In Sydney, Spin The Bottle, Swiss Dank and Switch.

Expect a marathon of genres ranging from the hyper-club sounds of Sidechains, to the intergalactic movements initiated by Andy Garvey and her work with Pure Space, to some of the deepest, light-hearted techno Motorik can find. Be ready for immense bouts of love and come for that intense feeling of community within this one, because it’s going to be a doozy.

14 years. 14 programs. $14.

ALL IN: 14 Years of FBi Radio
Hudson Ballroom, Sydney
Friday, August 4 8pm-3am
Tickets: $14 via Moshtix or $15 on the door
Featuring sets from: Purple Sneakers, Bare Necessities, Body Promise, Dusty Fingers, Glitches, Mantra Collective, Motorik, Picnic, Pure Space, Sidechains, Sleepless In Sydney, Spin The Bottle, Swiss Dank and Switch.

You can catch Purple Sneakers live on FBi Radio each Saturday night from 5-6pm.

Image via FBi Radio

CHECK OUT THE EVENT HERE

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No idea where she’ll be in 10 years, but as long as she has a good record and a glass of white wine, she’ll be sweet.