Obese Records and GDH Events are proud to present a huge night of aussie hip hop for those in and around Geelong. The gig will be happening December 12, 2009.

Since joining forces in 2001, Muph & Plutonic have propelled themselves into the heart of Australian Hip-Hop and the wider music scene. The evolution of their cumulative talents has shone through both their unique live show and their stand-out albums, Hunger Pains (2004), Silence The Sirens (2006) and now their third and most mature album to date, And Then Tomorrow Came. Regarded among this country’s finest Hip Hop acts, the ongoing partnership between Muph and renowned producer Plutonic Lab has proven to be even richer than the sum of its parts.

Bias B comes back to Geelong to launch his latest release Aerosol Era. Bias B involvement with Australian hip hop dates back to the late 80s and he continues to be an integral part of the national scene. This intense involvement has allowed Bias B to have an incredible insight and ability to document the history of the genre over a career that includes 3 solo full length releases and numerous collaborative projects.

After a sold out show with Phrase last time in Geelong, Illy returns to show Geelong his high energy flavor once again. Influenced by a kaleidoscope of artists from Nas to Bob Marley, Biggie to Bob Dylan, the 23-year old MC boasts a spitfire flow, both youthful and intelligent but ripe with attitude; complimenting his world-traversing musical vision. A vision he calls a privilege, the act of creating art meaningful to complete strangers.

Grab your tickets here people.