Calski Folkus EP

Brisbane MC/Producer Calski has announced the release of the third single from his EP ‘Folkus’. The track, ‘Just Clap’, is an undeniably funky dancefloor starter featuring renowned Canberra-born MC, Hau, and will be released on 7” vinyl by pioneer Queensland hip hop label Hydrofunk Records. A meeting of two Australian Hip Hop veterans that promises to delight, ‘Just Clap’ sees Hau providing his trademark wordplay over an infectious Calski-laced bass-driven groove reminiscent of James Brown, Ozomatli and Prince all rolled into one. The ‘Just Clap’ 7” is out 19 July 2016 and boasts the equally impressive B-side track ‘One Hand … Continue reading Calski Folkus EP

Remix Competition – Calski ‘I Know’ feat. Dialectrix

Rappers & Emcees get your bars ready! After winning the Koolta Decent remix competition, Brisbane emcee/producer Calski is giving emcee’s a chance to feature on a track with one of Australia’s most skilled rappers Dialectrix. and Calski team up … Continue reading Remix Competition – Calski ‘I Know’ feat. Dialectrix

Realizm Hypebeast Matador

With his first release of 2014, South Australian emcee and producer Realizm brings a mixture of instrumental hip hop, official remixes and new exclusive songs with this banging 23 track project. The release titled Hypebeast Matador, has been teased for a moment now, it’s final release includes artist’s such as K21, Maundz, Flu, Geko, Force, Sinks, Dialectrix, Fraksha, Diem, Brinks and Purpose. All remixes have been done with the permission of the original artist. So, you could consider it as an official remix project. Hypebeast Matador is available now as a name your price download, you can pick it up … Continue reading Realizm Hypebeast Matador

Latest Video From Coda Conduct: Hip Hop Duo Put Their Spin on Environmental Debate

Hip hop duo Coda Conduct, consisting of members Erica and Sally, launched their new track Matter More early this week. Accompanied by a bittersweet film clip, the song explores the destruction of Australia’s natural environment in the face of industrial growth. Coda Conduct first stepped on stage just over eighteen months ago, and have since launched themselves passionately into the hip hop scene, with their energy and playfulness on stage winning them a rapidly growing, wildly diverse fan base. Despite living almost 300km apart – one half in their hometown of Canberra, the other in inner city Sydney – they … Continue reading Latest Video From Coda Conduct: Hip Hop Duo Put Their Spin on Environmental Debate