DJ Skae’s – A-List [Coming Soon]

After dropping DJ Skae’s Guestlist about a year ago, DJ Skae is back with another killer compilation album, DJ Skae’s A-List. This time Skae has chosen artists from around the country to submit songs for this compilation and Australia’s finest hip hop artists have delivered some heat. With artists from each state, Fluent Form (VIC), Draz (TAS) , D’Opus & Ro’Shambo (ACT), Torcha & B-Don (NSW), Tommy Illfigga (QLD), Chase (SA) and Hunter (WA) to name a few, this compilation album showcases the hottest hip hop from around the country. This album also features international collaborations with the likes of … Continue reading DJ Skae’s – A-List [Coming Soon]

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)

Gully Platoon hit Sydney

Basic Equipment/Joint adventure proudly present: Pegz, Dialectrix and Joe New are Gully Platoon, Obese Records hip hop heavy weights will hit Sydney soon to celebrate their amazing album The Great Divide. If you missed them at the Block Party, here is your chance. Supported by some of Sydney’s finest emcees and DJ’s. You know this will be a show not to miss. Full line up includes: Gully Platoon (Pegz, Dialectrix, Joe New and the legendary DJ 2Buck) Scott Burns and DJ Mathmatics (Lookup) Herb Rock (celebrating the release of the Morning Sun EP), more TBA soon. April 30th – Sydney, … Continue reading Gully Platoon hit Sydney