New Music: Pez Calling Out Official Video

Good things really do come to those who wait and according to Bandcamp, we all should have gave up long ago. Fuck that, it has been eight years since the charismatic Melbourne MC PEZ (Perry Chapman) dropped his fabled debut, A Mind Of My Own – yielding the summer anthem The Festival Song with 360 and neo-soulstress Hailey Cramer. Now he’s making a triumphant return on EMI with his new album Don’t Look Down set for release on November 4 and available for pre-order now… and we can’t wait! Don’t Look Down is a hip-hop blockbuster boasting legendary guests like … Continue reading New Music: Pez Calling Out Official Video

Interview: Pez – He Got Game

Pez returns to Australian stages for his first headline tour in more than 3 years. To highlight the important influence Pez has had on the local hip hop scene, you need only to look at the two supports from that 2009 tour – a little known rapper named 360 and an upcoming MC named Seth Sentry. We caught up with Pez discuss the year ahead. aahh: Lets start off easy. When did you first start rapping? Pez: I think I was about 19, even 20. I had been playing basketball which at that point, was all I wanted to do. You know, I had plans to go to … Continue reading Interview: Pez – He Got Game

Seth Sentry – This Was Tomorrow

It’s been four years since Seth Sentry released his The Waiter Minute EP, that featured the huge hit single The Waitress Song. Seth is now ready to storm Australia with his debut LP This Was Tomorrow. Released today, Seth has already dropped two massive single’s from the album, in the form of My Scene and Float Away. Seth describes his anxiousness in getting the release in to the hands of his fans. “I’m feeling excited and nervous, the album’s finished now, so I just want to get it out there.” Describing the concept behind This Was Tomorrow, Seth explains “I guess the album is pretty random … Continue reading Seth Sentry – This Was Tomorrow

Skryptcha – The Numbers Album Launch

Skryptcha – The Numbers Album Launch! Supported by True Vibenation & Johnny Utah – Sept 4th Heralded as one of Australian Hip Hops best up and comers, Skryptcha brings his debut album The Numbers to the live arena. Debuting at Number 28 on the ARIA Urban Charts, Skryptcha has delivered what MAG describe as an an uncannily mature debut. Featuring production from world-class beatsmiths such as; Chasm, M-Phazes, Domingo (US) & Jase, Skryptcha has provided a glorious mix of soulful beats and intelligent lyricism. After supporting some of the nations biggest names (Pegz, Muph & Plutonic, Drapht, Hyjak N Torcha) … Continue reading Skryptcha – The Numbers Album Launch