The Aphilliates Stop That Official Video

The Aphilliates have just released a brand new clip for the track Stop That, taken from Rawthentic Records latest release The Roster.  Stop That was produced by Brez and features hard hitting cuts by 2014 World DJ Championship DMC VIC State winner DJ Rellik. The clip was filmed, directed & edited by Carl Allison. The vinyl release for The Roster has finally landed, you can pick it up in a dope little pack format, that includes instrumentals and bonus stickers. Grab that one here. Official  ||  Facebook  ||  Purchase Continue reading The Aphilliates Stop That Official Video

Rawthentic Records The Roster Album Launch

The Roster stays true to that old Melbourne soundscape painted by the influential crews and artists who held skills and originality before all else. Laden with proper production from Rawthentic favourites – Must Volkoff, Engineer, Brez, Vince Van Go & Sammy Scissors, the 12 track LP also features new names to the boards Koots on the title track posse cut, while Fluent Form makes his production debut with J.Mac on Half Full. Throw in heavy cuts and even a beat from the resident DJ Rellik and you have yourself The Rawthentic Roster. Check the Rawthentic Records crew as they bring their … Continue reading Rawthentic Records The Roster Album Launch

DownPat – Hard Evidence

Tranquil Artillery Original, DownPat unleashes his first solo EP Hard Evidence upon the masses, after 10 years of solid under-groundwork building skills and rocking stages from the Hills to the Mountains & everywhere in-between. The 7 track release features that signature Pang Production from Must Volkoff plus a bit of Philli flavour from another TA Original Breez, with all cuts handled by the one & only DJ Rellik. With an honest outlook and obvious talent DownPat attacks tracks with a raw hunger & flow to match gliding over fitting production. Featuring guestspots from his Rawthentic fam P.Link & J.Mac. Hard Evidence is … Continue reading DownPat – Hard Evidence

P.Link – In My Element

Hailing from the notorious district of South Auckland, New Zealand, P.Link & his mother crossed the Tasman at the tender age of 3 in search of greener grasses. Settling briefly in Melbourne’s outer east, His fam quickly decided that coastal life was for them after a weekend visit to his future home – Phillip Island. Along with his partner in crime, J.Mac, P was consumed by the artform and the natural progression to penning their own material was made. A few years later alongside local MC’s – Downpat, Eazy, Lystic, Drummer – Lorne, Keyboarder – Brez & DJ – A-Tap … Continue reading P.Link – In My Element