Jim Steps Chats With Emcee Kerser

Jim Steps sits down with Emcee Kerser to discuss his brand new album Next Step. Kerser speaks openly about his feelings on 360, Allday, triple j and the local hip hop scene. He also addresses criticisms he has received around his lyrical content, including the glorification of drugs and more. You can check out the full chat below. Kerser is currently on his National Next Step Tour, tickets are available by following the link here. Purchase Album  ||  Twitter  ||  Official  ||  Tickets Continue reading Jim Steps Chats With Emcee Kerser

The Last Kinection – ‘Nutches’ Deluxe Version

Elefant Traks is proud to be reissuing a deluxe version of The Last Kinection’s – Nutches album for NAIDOC Week. Dubbed a ‘classic’ by the ABC it contains the beautiful single Balooraman and crowd favourites including Black & Deadly and Commercial Radio featuring Urthboy. The deluxe version has been beautifully repackaged with new artwork and includes four previously unreleased remixes. The Last Kinection are made up of brother and sister Weno (vocals/producer) and Nay (vocals), belonging to the Kabbi Kabbi people of South East Queensland as well as DJ and producer Jaytee. They’ve already achieved an impressive tally of five … Continue reading The Last Kinection – ‘Nutches’ Deluxe Version

Graffiti Watch

It seems everyone wants to stamp out graffiti these days and a new technology dubbed E-Nose could be the answer. The following article appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald, highlighting the fact that it’s going to become harder and harder for graffiti artists to bomb certain areas while making it easier and easier for the police to bust people in the act. With the help of chemical sensors mounted to any wall, a secret SMS can be sent to police as soon as paint touches the surface. Trails are still continuing around the nation with reports that one location has … Continue reading Graffiti Watch