Willis War Official Video

Sydney solo MC and former Tavern Slander member Willis is here with his highly anticipated solo project the War Talk double LP. War Talk is the debut solo album by the artist featuring 25 brand new tracks across two CD’s. Willis is known for his sharp delivery and clever technical wordplay. He brings a very diverse flavour of hip hop to the table with music ranging from classic traditional boom bap tracks all the way to heavy metal inspired songs with melodic chorus’ that become embedded in your brain. With notable international artists Kool G Rap and Celph Titled on … Continue reading Willis War Official Video

Willis War Talk Double Album

Sydney solo MC and former Tavern Slander member Willis is here with his highly anticipated solo project the War Talk double LP. War Talk is the debut solo album by the artist featuring 25 brand new tracks across two CD’s. Willis is known for his sharp delivery and clever technical wordplay. He brings a very diverse flavour of hip hop to the table with music ranging from classic traditional boom bap tracks all the way to heavy metal inspired songs with melodic chorus’ that become embedded in your brain. With notable international artists Kool G Rap and Celph Titled on … Continue reading Willis War Talk Double Album

Pharoahe Monch feat. DJ Revolution Get Down (Prod. M-Phazes)

Coalmine Records is turning ten, and in celebration of their decade long run, they are pleased to roll out the promotional campaign for our long awaited compilation album, Unearthed. Set to be released as a double disc set on May 13th containing both a mixed version, arranged by DJ Revolution of The World Famous Wake Up Show, and an Untagged Deluxe Edition, which includes three bonus cuts, Unearthed, epitomises our commitment to delivering quality Hip-Hop. The tracklist serves as a who’s who of today’s independent Hip-Hop scene, packed with features from both veteran and burgeoning emcees such as Pharoahe Monch, Kool G Rap, … Continue reading Pharoahe Monch feat. DJ Revolution Get Down (Prod. M-Phazes)

Rah Digga (feat. Fashawn & REKS) – “Never Back Down” (prod. by M-Phazes)

New Jeru rap veteran Rah Digga joins forces with Australia’s go-to producer M-Phazes for the Maxi-Single Never Back Down. Consisting of two versions, the original mix featuring Fresno’s Fashawn and Beantown’s REKS, in addition to the previously leaked remix featuring the Michigan born, Florida raised and now NYC transplant Nitty Scott, MC, Never Back Down showcases top notch lyricism and wordplay over M-Phazes fusion of glitched-out dubstep and gritty guitar riffs. This title is now available via Coalmine Records and is bundled for sale with both the main and clean edit passes of both versions, along with the instrumental and acapella … Continue reading Rah Digga (feat. Fashawn & REKS) – “Never Back Down” (prod. by M-Phazes)

Ghosts In the Room

Canberra producer Ghosts In The Room unleash his debut production album. Having assembled a team of Australia and America’s finest, this release will be sure to surprise listeners with its diverse soundtrack of soulful, dark and often unexpected collaborations. In Its Your Life – Ghosts In The Room has teamed up with one time Dr Dre portage Bishop Lamont, Briggs and Armageddon for an inspirational track to motivate its listeners. In Where I Come From the legendary Kool G Rap teams up with battle rappers Iron Solomon, Okwerdz and 360 who makes a return to his hip hop roots. In Timeless New … Continue reading Ghosts In the Room

Ghosts In The Room – Where I Come From

Ghosts In The Room is a Canberra based hip hop producer who began producing beats in 2001. Primarily a sample based producer, Ghosts in the Room has been influenced by other producers such as the RZA, The Alchemist and Just Blaze. In 2012 Ghosts in the Room will be releasing his self titled debut production album. The album features artists from both Australia and America with guests on the album including Kool G Rap, Bishop Lamont, Iron Solomon, Havoc (Mobb Deep), Rapper Big Pooh, Timeless Truth, Okwerdz, 360, Briggs, Fluent Form, Omar Musa, Newsense, NJE and many more. With mixing duties being handled by Ken Lewis and Geko, the album is shaping up … Continue reading Ghosts In The Room – Where I Come From

Jedi Mind Tricks – Australian Tour

For the past fifteen years, Jedi Mind Tricks has established itself as one of the most critically-acclaimed groups in the underground hip-hop scene, with their raw and gritty flavour. From their debut album in 1996, The Psycho-social, to their seminal sophomore release, Violent By Design, to their musical expansion heard on Servants In Heaven and Kings In Hell, JMT has made an indelible impression on the independent music scene while arguably forging its own subgenre of rap. Led by the fiery vocals of controversial frontman, Vinnie Paz, and his venerable rhyme partner, Jus Allah, the group has built one of the … Continue reading Jedi Mind Tricks – Australian Tour

NJE – Like Food For The Soul

NJE is a solo hip hop artist who raps about life experiences & topics that everyday people can relate too. He is based in the city of Campbelltown, in Sydney Australia, (Originally born in New Zealand to English parents).   In 2010 NJE put out his 2nd LP From The Outside Looking In, the album featured some well respected Aussie talent like Mind Over Matter, Phatchance, Torcha & more. The album also featured US R&B/Soul artist Danny Boy who sang with the late/great 2Pac on his tracks I Aint Mad At Cha & Picture Me Rolling. The album was very … Continue reading NJE – Like Food For The Soul

Bigfoot Interview – Giant Steps: Imbeciles, Inoffensive Smooth Talking & Emo-Rhymers

aahh: After years and years of waiting, we’ve finally copped the debut LP from “giant” of the scene Bigfoot. Why has it taken so long for us all to see a full length Bigfoot solo album? Bigfoot: I spent a lot of time working on music for other people, doing shows, moving house a whole lot of times, paying bills & laying on my back in hospital.  I’ve never had somewhere stable to record everything, as evidenced by the number of different studios “Giant Steps” was recorded in, so I could never complete tracks to my satisfaction until recently.  I … Continue reading Bigfoot Interview – Giant Steps: Imbeciles, Inoffensive Smooth Talking & Emo-Rhymers