M-Phazes – Good Gracious album launch tour

On March 27th in Melbourne’s Espy Gershwin Room, Australia’s #1 Hip-Hop producer M-Phazes brought together some of Australia’s finest emcee’s and performers to help him launch his debut album Good Gracious and allaussie hip hop were lucky enough to be there. Drapht, Phrase, Pegz, Illy, Muph with Candice Monique, Mantra, 13th Son, Dialectrix, Delta, Nine High, Haunts, a full band, mini choir and even a marching band made up the 35+ crew performing as part of M-Phazes unforgettable show! Catch M-Phazes from August through September 2010 on his official Good Gracious album launch tour – This is one not to … Continue reading M-Phazes – Good Gracious album launch tour

M-Phazes – Good Gracious National Tour

Presented by: ITSOFFICIAL.COM.AU After spending two long years crafting his masterpiece, M-Phazes released his debut album Good Gracious to critical acclaim, debuting at #20 on the Aria charts and #1 on the independent AIR charts. M-Phazes has proven himself a production force to be reckoned with having produced tracks on almost every major Australian release in the last few years (Bliss N Eso, Phrase, Drapht etc) and landing placements with a who’s who of the US music industry (Pharoahe Monch, Amerie, M.O.P. etc). Now Australia’s number #1 Hip-Hop export is set to embark upon his first ever, national tour and … Continue reading M-Phazes – Good Gracious National Tour

Dialect and Despair – The Vortex Out Now!

The new album from Adelaide’s Dialect and Despair – The Vortex is out now  featuring Delta, Social Change and Motion. The Vortex is now in stock at these selected stores for $20 Clinic 116, Cold Krush, The Wax Department (Old Big Star Marion, Clarity Records (Pulteney Street), Da Klinic. It’s only in Adelaide at the moment but will be in stores Australia wide at the trustworthy local Independent Hip Hop stockists. 300 Double LP, full picture cover records are available of The Vortex but are moving fast. The Orange Wax has already sold out. Merchandise coming soon so keep your … Continue reading Dialect and Despair – The Vortex Out Now!

A Sight For Sore Eyes – SA Charity Gig

This show will see one of the biggest line-ups of Adelaide Hip Hop in the past 5 years, donating their time and energy to support and raise much needed funds for the Royal Society for the Blinds Children and Youth Services. Get behind this great cause and show your support by parting with a lousy $10 to see some of Adelaide’s finest and help some vision impaired kids to live a better life. This is a daytime gig, so come and have some drinks and chill in the Electric Light Hotels Beer Garden. Doors open @ 1PM The day consists … Continue reading A Sight For Sore Eyes – SA Charity Gig

Dialect – JJJ unearthed feature artist

South Australian emcee Dialect has been picked as this weeks Triple J Unearthed feature artist. As a part of the whole deal, Triple J threw a few q’s Dialects way. You can check that out below. Also, make sure you head over to Dialects unearthed page here, and download some new tracks plus leave a review. 1. Tell us about your music – How did you develop your flow and sound? I make straight up Hip Hop music with a focus on heavy beats and true lyricism inspired by my life experience, passion for record collecting and that 90’s New … Continue reading Dialect – JJJ unearthed feature artist

M-Phazes – Good Gracious album review

M-Phazes has quickly established himself as one of the country’s top producers. After 2 years of nights locked away, computers humming, beats banging and unhealthy dietary intakes (not confirmed), a masterpiece has emerged. Good Gracious is the heavily anticipated debut album from lauded Gold Coast beat-maker M-Phazes.  This 15 track LP features appearances from some of Australia’s most respected hip hop artists including Drapht, Mantra, Dialectrix, Pegz, Delta, Muph and Plutonic, Phrase, Spit Syndicate, Forthwrite, Bliss N Eso, NFA, Illy, 13th Son and Nine High……we could easily stop there. Good Gracious is concofinay of hip hop styles riding under the … Continue reading M-Phazes – Good Gracious album review

allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Dialect and Despair

Incase you didn’t know…. Dialect began rhyming at the tender age of 12, inspired by his eldest brothers collection of classic 80’s/90’s era Hip Hop. Entering his first freestyle battle at the age of 13 Dialect took it out and went on to win countless more battles making him a force to reckoned with on the mic at an early age. Well renown for his remarkable freestyle ability and live show performance Dialect became a stalwart in the live hip hop circuit in Adelaide. He then released his debut EP The Sound of Change in 2006 featuring hip hop heavyweight … Continue reading allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Dialect and Despair

M-Phazes & Gully Platoon Double Album Launch Melbourne

Bringing you one of Australian hip hop’s most anticipated nights, M-Phazes & Gully Platoon will launch their respective debut albums in a show that will boast an unprecedented array of guest appearances from some of the biggest names in the genre. Slated for March 27th at the Espy’s Gershwin Room, M-Phazes will launch his debut album, Good Gracious (named the Triple J ‘Feature Album’), featuring on-stage performances by Drapht, Phrase, Muph & Plutonic (w/ Candice Monique), Pegz, Illy, Delta, Dialectrix, Nine High, Mantra, 13th Son plus some very special guests. Gully Platoon (Pegz, Dialectrix, Joe New & DJ 2Buck) will … Continue reading M-Phazes & Gully Platoon Double Album Launch Melbourne

Brooklyn Bridge – Bekay feat. Masta Ace (Prod. by M-Phazes)

Australian producer M-Phazes is set to drop an absolute banger in the form of his production album Good Gracious. It will feature some of Australia’s top emcees including Drapht, Bliss N Eso, Phrase, Illy, Pegz, Muph n Plutonic, Delta, Solo, Spit Syndicate, Dialectrix, Mantra, Nfa, Nine High, Forthwrite (360 n Pez), 13th Son and Haunts. Good Gracious will be out on February 26 through Obese Records (check the previous post we did regarding this release here). If your not already excited, then here’s something to wet your appetite. M-Phazes recently produced a track for US emcee Bekay feat. Masta Ace. … Continue reading Brooklyn Bridge – Bekay feat. Masta Ace (Prod. by M-Phazes)

M-Phazes New Album Artwork

M-Phazes will be once again bringing the bangers when he drops his new album titled ‘Good Gracious’ on February 26 of this year. M-Phazes has worked with a whole heap of hip hop artists on this one, including: Drapht, Bliss N Eso, Phrase, Illy, Pegz, Muph n Plutonic, Delta, Solo, Spit Syndicate, Dialectrix, Mantra, Nfa, Nine High, Forthwrite (360 n Pez), 13th Son and Haunts. This will surely be on of the top albums of 2010, we know it’s early but we have faith! You can check out the artwork for the album above and then head to M-Phazes Myspace … Continue reading M-Phazes New Album Artwork

Ill Street Blues – Party Edition

Tomorrow night at Electric Light Hotel in Adelaide, we have an event dubbed Ill Street Blues. This line up is huge. Check it – Delta, Faint One (top up and comer), Osyris (Aus DMC Finalist), BVA(Crookneck), Hau(Koolism/Triple J Hip Hop Show + DJ Sanchez. There will be underground beats in the frontbar and party beats in the cocktail lounge. It’s also FREE entry + cheap drinks and will kick on to 3am! So come down and get you groove on. Continue reading Ill Street Blues – Party Edition

M-Phazes – Good Gracious! New Album (Feb 26)

M-Phazes is the perfect example of a diamond in the rough.  Born and raised in the Gold Coast of Australia and relatively isolated from Hip-Hop culture, M-Phazes has carved a strong niche for himself that has allowed his production to be heard on a global scale. Drawing inspiration from legendary producers such as Battlecat, Pete Rock and the late J-Dilla, M-Phazes has has formulated his own sound over the years that can be defined by soulful melodies coupled with loose, smacking drums. Landing his first U.S. placement in 2005 on Supastition’s “Chain Letters”, M-Phazes has been on a steady climb and … Continue reading M-Phazes – Good Gracious! New Album (Feb 26)

Vote For JJJ Album Of The Year (aussie hip hop style)

Richard Kingsmill from Triple J will countdown the Top 10 albums of the year voted by you on the final ever ‘2009’ on December 13. He will also be going through his Top 10 album list and maybe contacting you to talk about the albums you’ve loved from this year. To vote all you have to do is submit you selection online via the website below. To make it easier for everyone out there we have narrowed the list down to as many  ‘aussie hip hop’  releases only. Please note Chasm and Vida Sunshyne’s release Move is incorrectly labeled as … Continue reading Vote For JJJ Album Of The Year (aussie hip hop style)

11th Annual Revolver MC Championship

This Thursday (September 17), Revolver Upstairs are proud to present the 11th Annual Revolver MC Comp. Eleven years of unsurpassed talent battling their skills for a heavyweight title that has been held by such greats as The Tongue (NSW), Bias B (VIC), Justice (VIC) and Delta (SA). The winner prize pack is valued at over $8,000, and consists of cash plus a flight voucher, goods from sponsors including McKenna Bourban, Revolver Upstairs, Triple R, All Of The Above, Burn Crew, Chapel Tattoo, Colonel Tan’s, Factory Sound, Final Outline, Fur, Implant, Inpress, Madman, Obese, Ozhiphop, Razor Paint, Seven Milligram and Sneaker … Continue reading 11th Annual Revolver MC Championship

James Hartley and Delta

I wasn’t able to find much info on the man himself, but James Hartley surely lets his pictures speak for themselves. Hartley has had the pleasure of working with many groups by the looks of his blog, but we’re interested in none other than the ‘Lostralian’ Delta. Hartley’s cool style compliments his subject matter and it seems that Delta agrees. James’ blog features a couple of galleries with Delta. We see press shots for Onion and J-Mag and we also see some cool live shots from a concert earlier this year. You can check out these dope shots over at … Continue reading James Hartley and Delta

D. E. L. T. A. – The Second Story

The Second Story, Delta tells with help from old friends and new: Mark B, Mojo, The Dap-Kings, Psycho Les, Milano, Prowla and M-Phazes and more. The art apparent on The Lostralian is elevated and polished to perfection. The record excels: darker and more insightful, but at the same time more playful, with verses that have the listener reaching for rewind. In addition, it boasts a production aesthetic that evokes, but never attempts to emulate, the records that originally made hip hop such a powerful force in popular culture. It’s a sound unheard from the southern hemisphere. With The Second Story … Continue reading D. E. L. T. A. – The Second Story