Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist Releases Next Week on 23 October

Yesterday, PlayStation Australia has unveiled more detail about the upcoming first chapter of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps DLC Series, Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, releasing on 23rd October. The team at Insomniac has shared answers on the PlayStation Blog to some of … Continue reading Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist Releases Next Week on 23 October

The Weeknd Partners With Marvel Comics To Release Graphic Novel The Weeknd Presents: Starboy June 13

GRAMMY® Award-winning and Academy® Award-nominated multiplatinum maverick THE WEEKND has joined forces with Marvel Comics to release his first-ever graphic novel—The Weeknd Presents: Starboy. The innaugural issue will be available on June 13, 2018.   Based on the artist’s GRAMMY® Award-winning double-platinum 2016 epic Starboy, the story follows … Continue reading The Weeknd Partners With Marvel Comics To Release Graphic Novel The Weeknd Presents: Starboy June 13

The Statesmen – Drama To The Finish (Nov. 19)

So now after many paths traveled Karsniogenics is heaps proud to announce the official release date for the long awaited debut album from The Statesmen, aptly titled Drama To The Finish. Available at all good stores including JB-HiFi and iTunes, the album drops November 19th, through new distribution partners Obese Records. To fire it up a little the guys are dropping the next joint free in the coming weeks so keep yo ears to the tweet street for that one. In case you missed the first single download Whatever The Cost feat. Lazy Grey you can steal it guilt free … Continue reading The Statesmen – Drama To The Finish (Nov. 19)

Wolverine – Street Music

Scott Kent, also known as rapper Wolverine, adopted the persona of the famous Marvel comic creation, full of rage and the unbreakable metal adamantium, long before Hugh Jackman brought the character to movie screens. And while Jackman honed his craft at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Kent also spent years honing his in Perth, except he did it in cyphers, studios and live shows around the city. With the release of his 3rd solo album, Street Music, players nationwide are soon going to need adamantium speakers. Any notions that Wolverine is just another rapper who has thrown … Continue reading Wolverine – Street Music

The Crate Creeps – Its About That Time – July 9th 2010 Release – Guestlist finally announced!

All tracks mixed by Crate Creeps at The Bloody Abbetoir All vocals recorded at The Bloody Abbetoir unless stated All cuts by DJ Butcher unless stated Mastered by Ricardo Guiterrez at the Grandmasters NYC Distributed By MGM Track Listing: 1. Introduction Ft. Suffa MC (Hilltop Hoods) Produced by Crate Creeps Vocals recorded by Suffa 2. Time Trials Ft. Trials (The Funkoars) Produced by Dj Butcher Vocals mixed and recorded by Dj Adfu at Sniper Spot Studios 3. Walk On By Ft. Pure Product Written by Fourth Degree, Marvel and Tendancee Produced by Tommy Illfigga Bass by Max Voltage 4. Jeans … Continue reading The Crate Creeps – Its About That Time – July 9th 2010 Release – Guestlist finally announced!

The StatesMen – Sean B & DJ Dcide debut single feat. Lazy Grey

To many Brisbane locals, The StatesMen’s Sean B & Dcide (aka DJ Dce), are synonymous with the city’s hip hop scene. They’ve not only spent 18 years collectively on radio and behind the boards with 4zZz’s PhatTape Hip Hop Show, but have also appeared as artists on a wide array of Australian Hip Hop releases, many since revered as pure classic’. Two years in the making, The StatesMen’s debut album, Drama To The Finish authentically defines the process for these two pioneering creatives, as the road here has been brutally long and seen many adventures, all of which are wrapped … Continue reading The StatesMen – Sean B & DJ Dcide debut single feat. Lazy Grey

allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: DJ Butcher

DJ Butcher (born Alexander Steffan – 31/10/1987) is a long-time producer hailing from Beenleigh in Queensland Australia. Starting his hip hop career in 2000 in his parents garage freestyling with the likes of Toddy Montana and Truths he quickly equipped himself with a set of turntables, a computer and a stack of records. Through the early years, DJ Butcher had a knack for chopping breaks and samples from dusty records and inserting them into his own beats, giving him the nickname “The Butcher”. As time flew by the name stuck and now as a respected deejay he has honed the … Continue reading allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: DJ Butcher