Drapht – The Party, Party, Party Tour 2011 feat. Muph & Plutonic

Muph & Plutonic join Drapht on  The Party, Party, Party Tour 2011 – tickets on sale Friday August 5. Those out there in the know, know that Muph & Plutonic haven’t stopped working the last two years. However their projects have been happening behind the scenes. Now stepping back out on the road, the Melbourne-based hip-hop duo have been announced to join Drapht on The Party, Party, Party tour.

The tour hits capital cities and regional centers through September and October. In the last six months Muph & Plutonic have been hitting stages again, playing Come Together, Essence, Reconciliation festivals as a stripped back two piece with just Plutonic on drums & Muph on the mic. Most recently, Muph & Plutonic firmly stamped their skills all over the lead single Goodbye Gravity on the M-Phazes – Good Gracious album, with both lending their weight to the video clip. Muph featured in the M-Phazes live show, heading out for a lap around the country including a special all star appearance at the 2010 AIR Awards. Plutonic, or Plutonic Lab, continues to find extra hours in the week with his list of production credits continuing to reinforce his as one of the best & most prolific Australian beat producers in the game. Drapht, Gully Platoon, Horrowshow, Resin Dogs, TZU, Hilltop Hoods have all chosen to work with Plutonic Lab, and most recently he has collaborated on albums with Dialectrix, Pegz, G Love, Speech Debelle, Jess Harlen to name just a few. His music can be heard in films and TV worldwide.

 Not content to only sit in the studio, Plutonic has been perched behind his drum kit on national tours with the Resin Dogs, G Love, Jess Harlen and Koolism. See why Muph & Plutonic are regarded as one of the best hip hop groups in Australia as they join Drapht on his national The Party, Party, Party Tour.Muph & Plutonic are part of Australian musical history, it was their albums that helped tune the national airwaves to the sounds of hip hop with all three albums, Hunger Pains (2004), Silence The Sirens (2006) & most recently the ARIA nominated Then Tomorrow Came, being made Triple J Feature Albums. They have continually lead the charge with credible lyrics & big hook anthemic singles – Paracetamol, The Day Off, Heaps Good, Beautiful Ugly, Don’t Worry About Nothin, Size Of The Soul, Raise Your Voice, Walking Tightropes to name only a handful.

Wed 14 Sep | Station Hotel, Thredbo, NSW
Thu 15 Sep | Penrith Panthers, NSW
Fri 16 Sep | Enmore, Sydney, NSW (Lic/All Ages)
Sat 17 Sep | Coasterfest, Gosford, NSW
Wed 21 Sep | Bluestone Ballarat, VIC*
Thu 22 Sep | Chelsea Heights Hotel, VIC*
Fri 23 Sep | Palace Theatre, Melbourne, VIC*
Sat 24 Sep | Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA (Lic/All Ages)*
Sun 25 Sep | Mildura Settlers Tavern, VIC*
Thu 6 Oct | Players, Mandurah, WA
Fri 7 Oct | Metro City, Perth, WA
Sun 9 Oct | Prince of Wales, Bunbury, WA
Wed 12 Oct | Armidale Uni, NSW
Thu 13 Oct | Coffs Ex-Sericeman’s Club, NSW
Fri 14 Oct | Yamba Bowling Club, NSW
Sat 15 Oct | Sprung Festival, Brisbane, QLD
Sun 16 Oct | Sugarland Tavern, Bundaberg, QLD
Wed 19 Oct | Townsville Uni Club, QLD#
Thu 20 Oct | Andergrove Tavern, Mackay, QLD#
Fri 21 Oct | 600 Sounds, Gold Coast, QLD

# Thundamentals not appearing
* Layla and Dazastah not appearing 

More information can be found here.