It’s here! The G Up is That’s Them’s new full-length release, a collection of seventeen heavy tracks showcasing their new brand of sound. With Nebs at the helm of production throughout it’s entirety, The G Up sees That’s Them bashing up genres such as grime, hip-hop and dubstep to create The G Up sound. A follow up to their 2009 LP Stay Up, the album contains collaborations with the likes of Kerser, Leanne Russo, Rinse (Bingethinkers) Anthony “Rats” McCarthy, Swarmy, Smash Brothers, Scott Burns, DJ Dephy and DJ Mathmatics. Download the album here now for free, and catch That’s Them … Continue reading That’s Them – The G Up (Free Download)
allaussie hip hop caught up with Sarm from the crew That’s Them during the week. We ask emcee Sarm about their new track titled That’s Us, which is the crews first track working within the grime genre. We also find out the story behind the You Won’t Remix, label news and what’s to come from That’s Them. Read on…. For those who don’t know, tell us a bit more about the crew that is, That’s Them? That’s Them is a 2 man crew made up of Myself (Sarm) and Nebs. We both emcee, Nebs looks after all the production and … Continue reading That’s Them chat to allaussie hip hop + exclusive new track
Scott Burns was nice enough to point out this cool little vid on youtube. It features a young Nebs, from That’s Them. The song is called Da Warehouse Boyz feat. Sefa and Nebs. You can catch more of Nebs’ fine work on the Stay Up Album out now. Check the vid out here. Continue reading That’s (Nebs) Them!
Since the release of the Thats Them EP, the group have simply gone from strength to strength. Nebs’ unique production sound is receiving international acclaim with the likes of A-Alikes (RBGs) and Solomon Childs (Killer Bees) writing to his world-class beats, whilst the stunningly futuristic Sonics of ‘Big Cty Music – (The Nebs Treatment)‘ feature on Scott Burn’s debut album locally. Add to that a commanding presence on the LookUP In The Sky Vol.1 mixtape and the remarkable feat of selling out their 12″ vinyl debut on LookUP Records a week before its official release. The guys music was also … Continue reading That’s Them – Stay Up