Julia Jacklin, Collarbones lead 2019 FBi SMAC Award nominees
The nominees for the FBi Sydney Music, Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards have been announced.
FBi Radio is bringing back the 12th edition of the awards, which celebrate the most exciting and interesting talent making its mark on Sydney music, art and culture over the previous year.
The coveted Album Of The Year will be contested by Julia Jacklin, Collarbones, Lupa J, DISPOSSESSED, Low Life and Dying Adolescence.
Meanwhile Collarbones is also among those nominated for the APRA AMCOS-presented Song Of The Year, alongside Shady Nasty, ONEFOUR, A.GIRL, Ngaiire, and EGOISM.
Other music categories include Next Big Thing, Best Music Event and Best Live Act, while there are also awards for Best Eats, Best Artist, Best Arts Program and Best On Stage.
The coveted SMAC of the Year Award will go to someone who has made a singular contribution to Sydney’s cultural vitality this past year.
The Awards will return to Carriageworks on Tuesday, February 11 and will also be broadcast live on FBi 94.5FM.
Full list of nominees at FBi’s Official Website, and voting is now open.