In the 10 years that FBi 94.5 FM has been on air it has been making a huge contribution to making Sydney a better place to live in. It has been given huge support to exciting new music nobody else has been playing, and has also been the hub for many people that are opening businesses and putting on events that are enriching our city.
To celebrate we decided to put on a party. Not just any party. Possibly one of the best festivals in Sydney since ever. By the railroad in Chippendale, Carriage Works turned out to be a beautiful setting for a party. The crowd was a really good looking laid back bunch of people. And the line up was an amazing collection of friends of our station.
Here are some pictures mostly from the Hip Hop stage where the likes of Urthboy, Spit Syndicate, Joyride, Thundamentals, Kataylst, Big Village Family, Citizen Kay, Naughty Rappers Collective, Mike Who and me – Shantan Wantan Ichiban – peformed. Fun times.
It never rains it pours. So much happening on this show. Mike Who returns after being in Chile for a year. Spit Syndicate do one of their best live performances on the show to date. We talk rugby and 4 Loko adventures with Smoke Dza, then he totally kills it on a Biggie instrumental. All of this smack bang in the middle of supporter drive.
It is not too late to sign up as a member of the station. Not only will you be keeping great music on the airwaves, you will be supporting a station that has played a big part in improving the culture of this city. Around this station their has been a community of artists, djs, promoters and other awesome folk, putting on great events, collaborating, generally doing great stuff and making Sydney a better place to live. This station has been a vital part of that.
Shinehead – Jamaican In New York (LP Version)
Busta Rhymes – Woo Star
Sean Paul – Infiltrate
Buju Banton – Beat One
Cecile – Miss Dynamite
Missy Elliot – Get Impeccable (Heatwave Refix)
Urthboy – The Signal
Hell Razah, Talib Kweli And Viktor Vaughn – Project Jazz
Radiohead – Video Tapez (Amp Live Remix ft. Del the Funky Homosapien)
Aesop Rock – Daylight
Jean Grae – Don’t Rush Me
Dead Prez – Walk Like A Warrior (Ft Erykah and Krazie Bone)
Kendick Lamar – Maad City ft MC Eiht
SMOKE DZA INTERVIEW
Smoke Dza – 4 Loko ft ASAP Rocky
SMOKE DZA INTERVIEW AND LIVE FREEEEEE
Smoke Dza – Independence Day ft Al-Doe & Styles P
Beenie Man – Let’s Go To The Beach (DJ Theory Edit)
Popcaan – The System (Loudspeaker Riddim)
Machel Montano – Go Down (Loudspeaker Riddim)
Pipekid – Bionic Ras Riddim Freestyle (Mike Who Special)
SPIT SYNDICATE INTERVIEW
Spit Syndicate – Beauty In the Bricks
SPIT SYNDICATE LIVE FREESTYLE
Spit Syndicate – Set The Record Straight ft Fame
Kendrick Lamar Recipe ft and Dr Dre
Little bit late to the party on this one, but for anyone that hasn’t yet copped this, do it. We really don’t post enough Australian Hip Hop considering where based in Sydney. This mix is all class from one of the countries dons of the 1’s and 2’s.
I really need to get a copy of the first freestyles Just and Lupi did on the radio back when we did a late night show. They were two really hungry, talented high school kids that we got in to spit, while their parents wait to pick them up afterwards. Though that first tape, ‘The Future Is Bright’ is still hella dope, they have come a long way. Here is their latest, still rapping about graff, food and broads. Big love.
My photoshop skills just keep getting better. This Sunday I am soundclashing Hau a.k.a. Hauie Beast (Koolism/triple j hip hop show) in a Euro trance showdown. Plus one of the best rappers to have never release anything, Sonny Syah will be performing earlier on. He just plays live, because releasing music is for sell outs. Be-lee-dat!
Also here are some tracks from Sonny’s unreleased, unfinished album ‘The Envelope: An Audio Motion Picture’. He plays different characters in a story of an Envelope that changes hands. I don’t think it will ever be released, so I might as well put up a couple of tracks here.
One Day Crew – Horrorshow, Spit Syndicate and Joyride – break out the banjos and other questionable instruments, and get a little Mumford and Julia Stone on us. It wasn’t exactly hood, but we still had a knee slapping good time as the One Dayers play an all acoustic gig. The night included guest spots from Illy, Jane Tyrell, Milan and more. Here is a little glimpse of the One Day hoedown.
Getting our groove on with some R&B classics. Spit Syndicate, The Tongue and Don Joyride get their freestyle on. DJ Abilities plays some riggity rap music!
Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (Gordon’s Dub)
Tweet – Boogie 2Nite
Lucy Pearl – Don’t Mess With My Man ft Talib Kweli (Remix)
Kelis – Trick Me (TM Juke Mix)
Kanye West & Jay-Z – That’s My Bitch
Wretch 32 – Traktor
Suicide – Ghost Rider
M.I.A. – Born Free
Felt (Slug & Murs) – Henrietta Longbottom
Jay Electronica – Shiny Suit Theory ft. Jay-Z & The-Dream
Jabari – Dopeman ft. Pusha T & Nicki Minaj
1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) – Goin Back (Feat. Cassidy & Xzibit)
Koolism – Hanz High
INTERVIEW WITH JIMMY NICE OF SPIT SYNDICATE, THE TONGUE AND JOYRIDE
The Tongue – Australian Gangster
FREESTYLE RAPPING WITH JIMMY NICE OF SPIT SYNDICATE, THE TONGUE AND JOYRIDE
Spit Syndicate – Table For Two
Illy – Guess I Could
DJ ABILITIES GUEST MIX
Ty Phoenix – Tytannium
Versionaries & Sweetaz Soundsystem – Bhutte Skank
Major Lazer – Cant Stop Now
Blackmoon – Buck Gets Shot
Jean Grae – How to Break Up (Pts 1 & 2)
Pharoahe Monch – Fuck You
Jellylah – Ability Mash
Dub Terminator – Positive Vibe
Mos Dub – Summer Running
Tribe Called Quest – Award Tour
Mishhal Moore – Original
Nextmen – Silent Weapon
We were hoping it would be like 50 Cent vs Kanye when both Spit Syndicate and Ozi Batla released albums on the same day in May. We had to address the rumours that one of them would retire if they don’t out sell the other and also got into a little discussion about Spit Syndicate’s new free food escapades.
We highly recommend that you check out their latest work Exile. You can purchase a copy on iTunes. Also make sure you check out Ozi Batla’s album Wild Colonial
Also for great culinary recommendations visit Nick Lupi’s food blog – All You Can Eat
We are planning to start cloudcasting the show, when we feel it is a little less bodgy than normal. Here is a show from a week ago with Spit Syndicate talking and rapping, DJ Joyride playing a set, a big dancehall section and a special dedication to all the mums. I love you mum. Just click to listen.
Cecile – Love him Fi U (Armshouse Riddim)
Lady Saw – Too Licky Licky (Armshouse Riddim
Maka Diamond – Pay Down (210 Computer Riddim)
Junior Cat – Bap Bap (210 Computer Riddim)
Frisco Kid – Student (Sail Out Riddim)
Sean Paul – Legit (Sail Out Riddim)
Beenie Man & Mr Vegas – Bad Man Nuh Flee (Sail Out Riddim)
Damian Marley & Nas ft Dennis Brown – Land of Promise
Ghostface Killah – New Splash
Bernard Hermann – Psycho Theme Song
Busta Rhymes – Gimme Some More
Thirstin Howl III – I Still Live With My Moms
Space Invadas – Done It Again
Spit Syndicate ft Solo – Showtime
SPIT SYNDICATE INTERVIEW AND FREESTYLE
Spit Syndicate – Kings Only
2Pac – Dear Mama
Ghostface Killah – All That I Got Is You
Jay-Z – December 4th
Pharcyde – Ya Mama
13th Son – Mothers Song
Andre 3000 – Roses (Kero One Remix)
DJ JOYRIDE IN THE MIX
The Tongue – Bad Education vs Horrorshow- No Rides Left
Eve – Satisfaction
Aloe Blacc – I Need A Dollar
N.W.A. – Express Yourself
Cee-Lo – All Day Love Affair
Urthboy – Hellsong (Joyride remix)
Black Star – Definition
Hermitude – Alter Egos
Rihanna – Lemme Get That
Phantogram – As Far As I Can See
And here are a couple of tracks on the 210 Computa Riddim MP3: Macka Diamond – Pay Down MP3: Junior Cat – Bap Bap