aahh Radio: Episode 14 Pataphysics

IED is the follow up release to Pataphysics’ 2012 debut album Subversive. Recorded, mixed and produced by front man, vocalist and trumpet player Pat Marks (aka Pataphysics) at his 9 Gates studio in Melbourne. IED (improvised explosive device), Pat is joined by the NZ singer Project nRt and the exceptional jazz guitarist Diego Villata from (Tierra) on the IED (improvised explosive device) recording. The tracks on the EP are the best representation of the live show on record to date. Pataphysics has built a solid reputation off the back of his energetic and diverse live shows that combine trumpet, bass, keys, MPC, guitar, drums, turntable, percussion, … Continue reading aahh Radio: Episode 14 Pataphysics

Australian Hip Hop Supports Canteen

The Australian Hip Hop Supports Canteen collection is at one a definitive catalogue of Australian contemporary music and a warm and charitable gesture to our sick Australian kids from a supportive Australian music community. Australian Hip Hop Supports Canteens includes some of the final works from Hunter as well as a swarm of contributions from the local hip hop community. This very special album was the brainchild and final project of recently deceased seminal local rapper, Hunter. Sadly, Hunter missed the release of this album by weeks, losing his long battle with cancer in October 2011 and leaving his much-loved crew … Continue reading Australian Hip Hop Supports Canteen

360 – Take Off (Sky Is Falling) Doco

Step behind the scenes with 360 as he discusses the inspiration and recording process for Take Off (Sky Is Falling), the first official preview track from his upcoming album Falling & Flying (Soulmate/EMI). Features live studio footage and a cameo from track producer Styalz Fuego. Filmed & edited by Hamish McCormick for Carnival Cinema, June 2010. Album should be out September. Take Off (Sky Is Falling) Continue reading 360 – Take Off (Sky Is Falling) Doco

The Crate Creeps – Its About That Time – July 9th 2010 Release – Guestlist finally announced!

All tracks mixed by Crate Creeps at The Bloody Abbetoir All vocals recorded at The Bloody Abbetoir unless stated All cuts by DJ Butcher unless stated Mastered by Ricardo Guiterrez at the Grandmasters NYC Distributed By MGM Track Listing: 1. Introduction Ft. Suffa MC (Hilltop Hoods) Produced by Crate Creeps Vocals recorded by Suffa 2. Time Trials Ft. Trials (The Funkoars) Produced by Dj Butcher Vocals mixed and recorded by Dj Adfu at Sniper Spot Studios 3. Walk On By Ft. Pure Product Written by Fourth Degree, Marvel and Tendancee Produced by Tommy Illfigga Bass by Max Voltage 4. Jeans … Continue reading The Crate Creeps – Its About That Time – July 9th 2010 Release – Guestlist finally announced!

360 Mixtape Launch @Hangtime

First off, if you don’t have a copy of Please Be Seated yet, what the f*ck are you doing? Download that sh*t right now lad. With that out of the way, 360 is launching his new mixtape @ Hangtime next Thursday with (wait for it) a mash-up DJ set alongside longtime Hangers resident Mat Cant! Does Sixty have turntable skills to rival Roc Raida (R.I.P.), or is he Melbourne’s answer to Steve Aoki? Or have I got the wrong end of the stick and this is just some ol’ two-turntables-and-a-mic steez? Only one way to find out. Also playing: the homie Joyride from the … Continue reading 360 Mixtape Launch @Hangtime

allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Herb (The Morning Sun EP Out Now)

Herb has loose lips. So much so, that he finds it difficult drinking from most glasses. This might be seen as a weakness to some, and for Herb it’s been both a blessing and a curse. Never one to hold his tongue as a little tacker, Herb would often find himself spending days at a time in the school corridor, nicking toys from friends school bags and making up his own stories with the characters. Herb started taking an interest in music early on and began a love/hate relationship with various musical instruments before finally settling on the bass guitar … Continue reading allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Herb (The Morning Sun EP Out Now)

Anon Speak – Conventional Emporium

  Thanks go to Brad for keeping us in the loop with this one, if anyone else has any info that you’d think we’d find interesting, send us an email. Hailing from Melbourne, emcee Lakonic and producer DJ Fokus united in early 2008 to try and create a project that would not only delve into early 90’s boom bap, but combine it with a post modern, futuristic spin to concote a sound that would stand the test of time. The result is Conventional Emporium; Anon Speak’s debut LP. Described as having epic soundscapes and thought provoking lyrics, Conventional Emporium pushes the hip-hop … Continue reading Anon Speak – Conventional Emporium