FBi Radio Announces Huge Launch Programme For FBi Click


FBi Click has been described as FBi Radio’s “most ambitious initiative in its 10 year history.” Dedicated to playing 24 hours of dance music a day, the programs will be brought to you by dedicated broadcasters who are passionate about dance music.

Our friends at Astral People, Sweat It Out, Motorik and more, as well as us here at Purple Sneakers are all geared up to share with you some of the biggest and best from Australia and around the world today.

The official launch of the digital radio station is this Wednesday the 25th of June. It kicks off at 1pm, with a two-hour radio party simulcast on FBi 94.5FM. Hosting the festivity is the General Manager of Music over at FBi, Dan Zilber, who will give an introductory outlook on the prospects and future of FBi Click, as well as opening with the super special launch song.

Essentially, the launch will give a taste of what’s to come on FBi Click, and will feature exclusive mixes from some of the international dance scene’s loudest and greatest.

UK DJ, producer and innovator ZED BIAS will be at the launch to deliver his brand of mixes that encompass elements of UK garage, 2-step and broken beat. He’s been kicking on hard since the 90’s, so his set on FBi Click will be made all the more special with the news that 2014 will see the end of ZED BIAS DJing, and will see him taking on a roll closer to the production side of things.

Ex-FBi Presenter (and now ultimate superstar) ANNA LUNOE will be along for a set too, showcasing her prowess and hard-work in the US through an exclusive set for the launch.

You’ll also be formally introduced to the rest of the team at FBi Click, and their flagship programmes. Don’t forget to tune in, this is huge.

Feel free to Tweet/Insta #fbiclick with your wonderful thoughts and DIY radio parties upon listening to the show!

You can catch the FBi Click Official Launch Party this Friday the 27th of June at Goodgod Small Club.

Words by Caitlin Medcalf





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.