Kerser – ‘We Here Now’ feat. Rates

Kerser returns in 2013, this time teaming up with brother and best mate, Rates for We Here Now. Having dropped last Sunday 24th March, the stand alone single is now available on iTunes as a digital 3 track package, including radio edit, instrumental and accapella. This past year has been intense for the Campbelltown emcee. With increased notoriety, Kerser has endured the biggest transition of his life, not to mention the most isolating. We Here Now is a rags-to-riches tale, contrasting between an optimistic present and days survived. On writing and performing with Rates: “It’s the best ay. ‘Cause he’s my brother, but … Continue reading Kerser – ‘We Here Now’ feat. Rates

Sarm

Presenting the self titled debut album from Sarm of the acclaimed Sydney duo That’s Them. Featuring guest spots from undisputed kings Kerser, Rates, Fraksha, Tornts, Dialectrix and Rinse (Bingethinkers), with production by Nebs, the album burns its way across your ears the same way the intense orange of the 6 panel digipack sizzles across your retina. Combining the futuristic, angular production of Nebs with the characteristic hip hop and grime flavoured flow of Sarm, this will be yet another hotly debated and passionately devoured release featuring the new sound shouldering its way out of Sydney’s West. Nebs‘ electro disco influenced … Continue reading Sarm

Fraksha – So Long (Prod. Nebs)

Earning his stripes in the UK’s underground live circuit, Fraksha has proven himself to be one of the UK’s finest MC’s. Having shared the stage with artists like Skinnyman, Kano, Klashnekoff & Blak Twang as a founding member of the UK outfit Nine High, Fraksha spent time honing his craft and sold out two mixtapes, a testament to his tenure in the UK scene.   Most recently, Fraksha has released his first solo offering It’s Just Bars, the first official grime release to come out of Australia. It’s Just Bars, mixed by DJ Affiks and featuring production from M-Phazes (M.O.P, Pharoahe Monch), Loco (Joe Budden, Miss Dynamite), Juzlo, Youthful Implants, has received great … Continue reading Fraksha – So Long (Prod. Nebs)

Kerser – No Rest For The Sickest Tour

Kerser, the now infamous champion of the Australian underground, is back with his second album No Rest For The Sickest. Joining forces with production don Nebs once again, the symbiotic duo continues to strengthen their unique sound, one which has taken the country by storm. With less than one year between releases, Kerser’s debut effort The Nebulizer ran down the gates of convention, and in its wake generated a new sub culture captained by the brazen emcee. Thousands now hang on his every facebook update and wait anxiously for his next YouTube clip. Defiant, his music remains untainted by the … Continue reading Kerser – No Rest For The Sickest Tour

Dj Skae’s Guest List 2

DJ Skae is back again with his third compilation album, DJ Skae’s Guestlist 2. Showcasing artists from Sydney’s Hip Hop scene Skae has hand picked some Australia’s finest artists to feature on this compilation. These include Kerser, Sky’ High and pioneers Def Wish Cast. Production is also handled by some of Sydney’s favourite producers including DJ A$K, Nebs and B-Don. The limited run of physical copies comes with a free DVD with video clips from album and some bonus videos too. Track list: Booby Trap – Daily Meds Bacon & Eggs – Benji Catchin’ Z’s – Sleepwalkers Fortune 500 – Collective … Continue reading Dj Skae’s Guest List 2

Cheap Sober – Gone Unnoticed (Out Now)

Sydney Hip-hop MC Cheap Sober is back with his second full length solo LP Gone Unnoticed. Cheap Sober has become a name resonating through Hip Hop circles across Australia after this release of his debut solo LP Sydney’s Worst in 2008 and is also a member of Sydney hip hop crew Tavern Slander. Cheap is known for his aggressive delivery and hard hitting lyrics. These foundations have built him a strong following of loyal supporters. Cheap Sober is quickly becoming a household name in the Australian Hip hop scene. Gone Unnoticed ranges from raw thumping Boom bap and funk infused tracks … Continue reading Cheap Sober – Gone Unnoticed (Out Now)

Kerser – No Rest For The Sickest

Kerser, the now infamous champion of the Australian underground, is back with his second album No Rest For The Sickest. Joining forces with production don Nebs once again, the symbiotic duo continues to strengthen their unique sound, one which has taken the country by storm. With less than one year between releases, Kerser’s debut effort The Nebulizer ran down the gates of convention, and in its wake generated a new sub culture captained by the brazen emcee. Thousands now hang on his every tweet, facebook update, wait anxiously for his next YouTube clip. Defiant his music remained untainted by the … Continue reading Kerser – No Rest For The Sickest