Pisces Ooh Yeah EP

Melbourne multi-instrumentalist, producer, emcee and member of the Window Down crew Pisces, has just unleashed his brand new solo EP upon the world. Titled Ooh Yeah, Pisces strings together 5 mammoth tracks, a combination of beats and rhymes with cuts provided by Little Wonder Productions very own Doc Felix. The 5 track release features artwork by Bailer. Ooh Yeah follows on from Pisces 2011 release titled Intervals and 2010’s Friends With The Void. These are all still available on Bandcamp. Pisces has delivered a brilliant little package here, quality rhymes, unstoppable production and that little lick of cuts by Doc … Continue reading Pisces Ooh Yeah EP

This Kids Got Beats For Days

Little Wonder Productions release’s Oath – 2wenty8days By now, you may have heard of a little independent label based in Victoria doing BIG, BIG things. Little Wonder Productions is a hip hop, funk and soul label involved in the production, manufacture and distribution of its products on various audio formats. Headed up by Doc Felix, the label specialises in small run and limited edition music. Their latest project, an absolute ground shaker. The beat scene in Australia has seen massive changes over the past decade. Artists such as Katalyst, Pasobionic, Hermitude, Plutonic Lab and more lead the way with their … Continue reading This Kids Got Beats For Days

The Chris Schenkel EP

The Chris Schenkel EP is the first official release from new label, Under The Counter Records (UTC). This six-track EP has been the brainchild of up-and-coming producer, Impede. Working on this debut for over 12-months, Impede has collaborated with a rage of Victorian artists, featuring vocals from; Sinks, Mol One, Rex Mundi, Simetrik, Aceylum and HLG. Doc Felix of Little Wonder Productions has mentored Impede throughout from the inception of this first release in mid 2013. All tacks have been produced and mixed by Impede. Impedes’ developing production style is displayed in The Chris Schenkel EP release. The Chris Schenkel … Continue reading The Chris Schenkel EP

Top 20 Tracks We Didn’t See In triple j’s Hottest 100

With triple j’s Hottest 100 taking over the airwaves and all of our social media feeds on the weekend, we’ve decided to release a list of the top 20 tracks that we didn’t see in this year’s Hottest 100.  With all the great music in Australia, it’s hard for everyone to get a top 100 spot, but it doesn’t mean that there aren’t artists out there who are deserving of this recognition. In no particular order we’ve picked a sample of these artists and tracks, and have listed them below for your enjoyment. Doc Felix – The Right Direction feat Dialect … Continue reading Top 20 Tracks We Didn’t See In triple j’s Hottest 100

Interview LWP 003: Doc Felix Travelling In ‘The Right Direction’

Little Wonder Productions is a hip-hop, funk & soul label involved in the production, manufacturing and distribution of it’s products on various audio formats. Doc Felix’s latest release is a 10″ vinyl piece featuring South Australian MC Dialect. The Right Direction 10″ is available now.  aahh: Tell us a bit about the philosophy behind Little Wonder Productions, the label in general and your role in the whole show? Doc Felix: Well I started Little Wonder Productions firstly as a production company (term used loosely) to release my own stuff but with a view to release music from other like-minded artists. … Continue reading Interview LWP 003: Doc Felix Travelling In ‘The Right Direction’

Doc Felix – The Right Direction feat Dialect

Little Wonder Productions is proud to present LWP003, Doc Felix – The Right Direction feat Dialect. This is the third release from Little Wonder Productions and is now available for pre-order. Little Wonder Productions is a hip-hop, funk & soul label involved in the production, manufacturing and distribution of it’s products on various audio formats. The Right Direction will be available as a digital download and also as a limited edition 10″ vinyl, which will be sure will fly out the door. You can secure your copy here.  Bandcamp  ||  Twitter  ||  Facebook Continue reading Doc Felix – The Right Direction feat Dialect

Doc Felix – I Don’t Play feat. Muph

Little Wonder Productions is proud to present the second in a series of releases from the Doc Felix project: Guilt By Association. Today the new Doc Felix single entitled I Don’t Play feat. Muph was released for pre-order. Arriving in both digital and physical formats, with two versions of the vinyl to be released.  Available as both a 7″ and 10″ vinyl release, available July 30. The 7″ includes both the instrumental and vocal versions of the single and includes a digital download. The limited edition 10″ comes in a vinyl cardboard sleeve and includes both the instrumental and vocal versions of the … Continue reading Doc Felix – I Don’t Play feat. Muph

Doc Felix – Guilt By Association

Little Wonder Productions is proud to present the first in a series of releases from the Doc Felix project: Guilt By Association. On the weekend the new Doc Felix single entitled Enough Of Me? feat. Brad Strut was released.  There had been a small amount of limited edition 7″ packs that were available from the site but have now SOLD OUT!  Additionally you may be able to get your hands on one of the small number of the limited 7″ packs available at Wax Museum Records (Melbourne) released in conjunction with Record Store Day. We first heard a taste of this … Continue reading Doc Felix – Guilt By Association

Brad Strut Interview: UK, Unfuckwithable, & Unkut Recordings

In 2001 Brad Strut released his debut long player The Authentic LP, an album which marked a turning point in local hip hop. allaussie hip hop catch up with Australian legend Brad Strut as he returns home from the UK. Not only does Strut talk about his upcoming release, we also delve head first with Strut into the other projects he has been working on include Ciecmate’s – Chess Sounds Vol. 1. aahh: After spending a few years over in the UK you’re back in Australia. How did you find the time spent in the UK and are you happy to … Continue reading Brad Strut Interview: UK, Unfuckwithable, & Unkut Recordings

Class A serves new single featuring Ishu

Having dropped her exciting debut album Me, Me, Me and Him: The Secret Life of a Receptionist last year, Melbourne MC Class A is back and shows no sign of slowing down as she reveals new single Never featuring Ishu. Her last record saw her collaborating with Aussie hip hop heroes M-Phazes, BVA, Urban Monk and Doc Felix, which gained loads of local buzz and saw her truly cement her position within the Australian hip hop scene. She’s shared the stage with the likes of Dilated Peoples, Jean Grae, Talib Kweli, Gift of Gab (Blackalicious) and J-Live, as well as national … Continue reading Class A serves new single featuring Ishu

Requiem: Grassroots debut offered up to the masses

Local hip hop artist Requiem is moving forward into the digital era. Instead of swimming against the current the musician has decided to re-release his music online for free download. The rural Victorian born MC has uploaded his debut album Grassroots Anarchy onto popular music website Bandcamp for fans to download and share. Grassroots Anarchy was released in 2009 to critical acclaim and helped the young wordsmith make his mark on the local scene. “Requiem could be one of the greats of the most emerging hip-hop scene in the world today,” said RapReviews.com head writer Steve Juon. The album was … Continue reading Requiem: Grassroots debut offered up to the masses

New Bias B Film Clip: ‘Midlife feat. Joyride’

Executed by Full Clip (Heata & Discourse) Midlife featuring Joyride produced by DJ Bonez taken from the album Biaslife. Bias B has been an unrelenting presence on the Australian Hip Hop scene spanning over decades. The Melbourne Hip Hop innovator returns to the mic with another tenacious testament to his craft in the form of Biaslife. The 5th solo release to his name, Biaslife solidly exhibits a maturity and discernment only obtainable after time, persistence, and unrequited dedication to one’s art. Bias has come a long way since his pioneering debut album Beezwax in 1998, just like his local scene. Although Aussie … Continue reading New Bias B Film Clip: ‘Midlife feat. Joyride’

Bias B – Biaslife (Drops: May 27, 2011)

If you aren’t reading Bias B’s name in the history of the local Hip Hop scene, you must be reading the wrong history. Bias B has been an unrelenting presence on the Australian Hip Hop scene spanning over decades. The Melbourne Hip Hop innovator returns to the mic with another tenacious testament to his craft in the form of Biaslife. The 5th solo release to his name, Biaslife solidly exhibits a maturity and discernment only obtainable after time, persistence, and unrequited dedication to one’s art. Bias has come a long way since his pioneering debut album Beezwax in 1998, just … Continue reading Bias B – Biaslife (Drops: May 27, 2011)

A-Diction – New Film Clip “Lost For Words” [Taken from the album Walkin’ Alone’]

Here is the brand new clip for A-Dictions track Lost For Words taken from the 2010 Release Walkin’ Alone, distrbiuted by Obese Records. Find our album review below and the link for the interview below that. Walkin Alone is the title to Melbourne duo emcee’s Breach and Boltz. Many will recognise these two, with previous mixtape releases under their belt, some may also remember Boltz’ classic Wishlist release from years back. Walkin Alone is an album which combines the observations of city life, relationships, the future and even the 7 deadly sins into a hip hop painted outline of Boltz and Breachs reality. Walkin Alone the title track … Continue reading A-Diction – New Film Clip “Lost For Words” [Taken from the album Walkin’ Alone’]

T – Place Where I Wannabe (Oct. 27th)

After 2 years of hosting Melbourne’s hip-hop video magazine The Burning Underground and gaining local praise for his group 27 Politics, the single letter emcee aptly named T is set to take centre stage for his solo debut. Titled The Place Where I Wannabe, T takes listeners on a sound scaped journey though 7 songs and collaborates with close friends along the way. While maintaining his aggressive delivery we do see a more conscious and politically aware T and this is no more apparent then on Money Women Power Greed, whereby fellow MC’s Vishus and Gzutek appear to speak their … Continue reading T – Place Where I Wannabe (Oct. 27th)

A-Diction – Walkin’ Alone

The name A-Diction says it all; wordplay, cleverness, and an overall obsession with the previous two points. Born and raised in Melbourne, the duo consists of emcee’s Breach and Boltz. Breach, the precise wordsmith with focussed flow and witty punchlines, and Boltz, the crooner known for his explosive debut album The Wishlist, which featured international heavyweight Royce da 5’9” and local producer extraordinaire M-Phazes. Walkin’ Alone is the title of your first LP release and features a whole range of crews and mates chipping with vocals, beats and cuts on various tracks, from M-Phazes to Fraksha and Mules to DJ Juice of the battlehogs, Doc Felix and more. Has this release … Continue reading A-Diction – Walkin’ Alone

A-Diction – Walkin’ Alone (August 6)

The name A-Diction says it all; wordplay, cleverness, and an overall obsession with the previous two points. Born and raised in Melbourne, the duo consists of emcee’s Breach and Boltz. Breach, the precise wordsmith with focussed flow and witty punchlines, and Boltz, the crooner known for his explosive debut album The Wishlist, which featured international heavyweight Royce da 5’9” and local producer extraordinaire M-Phazes. Yet, having released a number of well received works (2005’s To be Announced EP; last year’s The Three Year Itch mixtape and more recently the In Good Company mixtape), the group have never released a full … Continue reading A-Diction – Walkin’ Alone (August 6)

Made In Melburn – Friday April 23

Witness one of the biggest collections of Melbourne hip hop talent as the Made In Melburn mini festival invades Billboard Nightclub. With live performances from Diafrix, Illy, Polo Club, the Psyde Projects and the Fresh Sox Breakers as well as DJ Flagrant (AV set), Cargo, Kuya, Sheriff Rossco, Ms Butt and more to be announced. Plus Melbourne’s best beat makers in the Producers Lounge including M-Phazes, Jase, Bonez, Doc Felix, Peril, Matik and more. Dont miss this showcase of local talent as we celebrate the artists who represent Melbourne to the fullest. DIAFRIX Having formed in 2001 and already regarded … Continue reading Made In Melburn – Friday April 23

Fluent Form – The Furnace Review

We take a look at one of the top releases from 2009, Fluent Form’s – The  Furnace. Released mid to late last year under Obese Distro, The Furnace caught a few people sleeping, including us. After selling out his independently released debut album, Chapters Of Substance, Fluent Form wasted no time in returning to the front lines with his sophomore LP. Across 14 tracks, Fluent continues to demonstrate his ability as a lyricist to combine concepts with complexity. To add to this release, Fluent has recruited a stellar line-up of guests including veterans Brad Strut and Ciecmate alongside Melbourne’s Mata … Continue reading Fluent Form – The Furnace Review

Requiem – Grassroots Anarchy Review/Interview

Grassroots Anarchy is emcee Requiem’s debut album. It has been described as a brazen revolt against this harsh new environment and an industry that has shunned him; a  molotov cocktail of beats and rhymes, a proverbial middle finger to nay-sayers and corporate giants alike. Requiem has a sociopolitical style littered with urgency and paranoia. Requiem has  created ten ‘recipies’ in his anarchist’s cookbook. Released September this year through Minimal Aesthetics, Grassroots Anarchy shuns the hype, taking up the arms of street journalism. Production on the album features Ciecmate, Doc Felix, Defiant, Pabstrakt and Wizard (UK). The album also features a … Continue reading Requiem – Grassroots Anarchy Review/Interview

Double Album Launch – Fluent Form and Ciecmate & Newsense

Who: Ciecmate & Newsense, Fluent Form, Swarmy, Mata & Must, Doc Felix & No Name Nathan What: “A Tale of Two Cities” & “The Furnace” double album launch! When: December 18th Where: Miss Libertines, Franklin St. Melbourne City. Ciecmate & Newsense have locked in Canberra & Melbourne dates for the “About Bloody Time!” section of the “A Tale of Two Cities” Tour… matched up with Fluent Form’s “The Furnace” launch and bringing down big Swarmy from Sydney, plus that proper shit of Mata & Must, this is going to be one of those shows that sticks in your mind. Newsense … Continue reading Double Album Launch – Fluent Form and Ciecmate & Newsense

CLASS-A ‘New single- So Bad’

Based in the Melbourne, Class-A is an office chick by day who just happens to moonlight as an underground rap star. Voted Best Female MC in the OzHipHop.Com Awards in 2008 is currently completing work on her official debut release entitled Me, Me, Me, and Him: The Secret Life of a Receptionist. The cheeky lyricist now offers up a brand new single ‘So Bad’ produced by one of Australia’s biggest names in hip-hop production, M-Phazes. Class A had this to say about ‘So Bad’ and her upcoming EP: This is off my EP titled – ‘Me me me me and … Continue reading CLASS-A ‘New single- So Bad’

That’s Them – Stay Up Album Launch

LookUP and First Floor are proud to present the That’s Them Album launch. Scott Burns will also be headlining with help from DJ Mathmatics. The gig will be held at First Floor on Friday the 13th of November, ticket prices are a bargain at only $10. Others in support include; Maundz, who is rumored to be joined with B Wiv Deece, G-Force, Doc Felix, Sheriff Rosco and more. Continue reading That’s Them – Stay Up Album Launch

Fluent Form – The Furnace (October 20)

After the success of his independently released debut album Chapters Of Substance, Fluent Form wasted no time in returning to the studio to begin work on his sophomore LP, The Furnace. Across these 13 tracks, Fluent continues to demonstrate his ability as a lyricist to combine concepts with complexity. The album features some big names including Brad Strut, Ciecmate, Raven, Mata N Must, Maundz, Fatty Phew , Geko and 1/6 Production credits on the album also come from some big names including Geko, Ciecmate, K21, Discourse, Must, Doc Felix and WIK. The album is set to be released on October … Continue reading Fluent Form – The Furnace (October 20)