Spit & Mac The Hourglass LP

Spit & Mac are two emcees out of Geelong who have just released their debut album titled The Hourglass. Production on the album includes beats by Spit, BWiv, Engineer and Cam Bluff with an appearance from fellow Geelong locals Fatty Phew & Imogen Brough. The title track from the album, The Hourglass has just been released as the first single and also as a video clip, which you can check out above. Other leaks from the album include The Devil Inside (feat. Zoe Starr) and Gravity.  Be sure to cop the brand new album it’s out now! Facebook  ||  Purchase Continue reading Spit & Mac The Hourglass LP

Rawthentic Records The Roster Album Launch

The Roster stays true to that old Melbourne soundscape painted by the influential crews and artists who held skills and originality before all else. Laden with proper production from Rawthentic favourites – Must Volkoff, Engineer, Brez, Vince Van Go & Sammy Scissors, the 12 track LP also features new names to the boards Koots on the title track posse cut, while Fluent Form makes his production debut with J.Mac on Half Full. Throw in heavy cuts and even a beat from the resident DJ Rellik and you have yourself The Rawthentic Roster. Check the Rawthentic Records crew as they bring their … Continue reading Rawthentic Records The Roster Album Launch

The Aphilliates Don’t Play

Rawthentic Records is a small independent label formed in early 2012 by Melbourne MC P.Link. In the short time since, the label’s growing roster has been represented at international & local level countless times all over the country, supporting UltraMagnetic MC’s, Trem One, Brad Strut, The Funkoars, Maundz & Jake Biz just to name a few. 
In between shows the label has released 3 solo EP’s from label stalwarts – P.Link, J.Mac & DownPat, plus earned spots on the Obesecity 2 & White Russian Compilations, all while enlisting fresh young talent in the form of Eazy MC, Jestar Dharma, & … Continue reading The Aphilliates Don’t Play

Chase – From There To Hear

Whether you saw him take runner up for his state in the southern hemispheres biggest emcee battle 2004 Out For Fame Battle For Supremacy, State winner and runner up in the national Channel V’s Aussie Friggn’ Hip Hop Emcee competition, entrant for the Australian team in the 2007 World Rap Championships, Tasmania’s “Tas Battles” league, Brisbane’s Real Talk Battle League, Oball 1st annual Oball emcee battle winner, South Australia’s Got Beef Battle League, or just performing. Chase has made a solid mark in the scene to platform his skills into his music. Chase has more than paid his dues in … Continue reading Chase – From There To Hear

Broken Aesthetiks – Still Broke

Due to the finalisation of legal proceedings stemming from their debut release, ‘Broke‘, Grhyme Productions are now slightly apprehensive to announce (pending all guidelines laid out by Livinia Nixon’s solicitors are met) the impending release of Broken Aesthetik’s sophomore album, the aptly titled Still Broke. Anyone who has had the pleasure of seeing the duo live, would be well aware of the tongue-in-cheek antics of the group’s lone emcee, FatGut. Scathing social commentary, celebrity undressing, and at times personal catharsis, are delivered with an always upbeat tempo. This can find you with a beaming smile, waving your hands in the … Continue reading Broken Aesthetiks – Still Broke

J. Mac – The Wake Up Call

Long overdue but well worth the wait, up & coming Melbourne MC, J-Mac has been honing his craft for years, whether it be onstage with Tranquil Artillery & The Aphilliates or on the street in any cipher he steps to, the man loves to rap! And its evident on his first solo offering – The Wake Up Call. A 7 track EP recorded by Must Volkoff, featuring production from Must Volkoff himself, Trem One, Vince Van Go, Engineer & cuts from Secondhand DJ’s – Rellik & Meta4. J.Mac displays a sharp style combined with witty punchlines and effortless flow, flexing from … Continue reading J. Mac – The Wake Up Call