Stream: Mind Over Matter This Way To Elsewhere

After beginning their album tour with a bunch of dates this month, Sydney hip hop duo Mind Over Matter have now released a second round to accompany them as well as celebrate the release of their awaited third album This Way to Elsewhere – out now via I Forget Sorry!/Shock Records (iTunes or JB Hi-Fi). Mind Over Matter (MCs Willow and Smiles Again) have gone from strength to strength since the 2006 release of their debut mixtape For Our Hip Hoppers. Their rapid musical growth can be heard on the world-class production of This Way To Elsewhere. Pre-production on the album … Continue reading Stream: Mind Over Matter This Way To Elsewhere

Mind Over Matter This Way To Elsewhere

After the success of their powerful single What They Say featuring guest verses from hip-hop heavyweights and touring buddies Bliss N Eso, Sydney hip-hop duo Mind Over Matter have just dropped the brand new LP This Way To Elsewhere today.  Pre production on This Way To Elsewhere took place over a two week period with help from producer Matik who has worked with local hip hop legends Seth Sentry, Pez and Bliss N Eso. The remainder of the record was recorded at (one half of Mind Over Matter) MC Smiles Again’s Sydney Studio ‘The Swordfish Tank’. Mixed by Carig Bauer (Lupe Fiasco, Kanye … Continue reading Mind Over Matter This Way To Elsewhere

Smiles Again – How ‘Bout You Stop Being So Funny & Say Something Serious

After two mixtapes and two critically acclaimed albums with Mind Over Matter the debut solo offering from Smiles Again has landed in the form of his new EP How About You Stop Being So Funny & Say Something Serious. One half of Sydney based hip hop duo Mind Over Matter, Smiles, 23, has played shows alongside Willow for the past 5 years. Together the boys have sold out shows nationally and toured extensively as both a headline and major support for artists such as Bliss n Eso, Method Man & Redman, Drapht just to name a few. Solo, Smiles expresses a … Continue reading Smiles Again – How ‘Bout You Stop Being So Funny & Say Something Serious

Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters is set to burst back onto the Australian music scene with his sophomore record Infinity, due out November 2, 2012 (Permanent Records/Shock). His debut album Inkstains saw him crowned a triple j unearthed featured artist and touring the country regularly, both as a headline act and in support of Australian mainstays such as Bliss N Eso, Illy, Drapht, Pez & 360, and international heavy-weights including Method Man & Redman, DJ Premier and The Beatnuts. On the back of an enormously successful lead single Maybe Tomorrow which saw high rotation on triple j, an international theme song sync on National … Continue reading Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow Tour

This August Chance Waters is celebrating his recent success with his Maybe Tomorrow Tour. Chance will play a string of dates along the east coast throughout August following the success of the recent single Maybe Tomorrow. Maybe Tomorrow was added to rotation on triple j, and subsequently multiple stations nationally. Upon its release the single flew to #9 on the Most Added National Radio chart and #4 on the Most Added Alternative National Radio chart. These achievements assisted Maybe Tomorrow to reach the latest height of #30 on the iTunes Hip Hop chart. In its 2 weeks in the AIR … Continue reading Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow Tour

Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow

Following the success of his first single Infinity, (currently sitting at over 20,000 views on YouTube), Chance has had his head down in the studio and this week will release his new track, Maybe Tomorrow from his soon to be released album, Infinity. Produced by One Above, the new single demonstrates Chance’s lyrical potency and his potential to push the typical boundaries of the hip-hop genre with an up-beat tempo, off-beat rhythm, piano-rock influences and live instrumentation. Following widespread national acclaim under the appellation Phatchance, Sydney hip hop artist Chance Waters is losing the alias and going ‘au naturale’ with his given … Continue reading Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow

Chance Waters – Approaching Infinity Tour

Following the release of the title track from his soon to be released sophomore album, Infinity, Sydney hip-hop artist Chance Waters (formerly Phatchance) announces that he will hit the road for a series of East Coast shows this April and May. Infinity is produced by Adelaide artist-to-watch One Above, who recently produced The Hilltop Hoods’ #1 Single ‘I Love It ft. Sia’ as well as numerous songs from Chance’s debut LP, Inkstains. After more than five years actively touring the country and releasing music under the moniker Phatchance, Chance Waters has decided to lose the alias and return to his given … Continue reading Chance Waters – Approaching Infinity Tour