Beastside Member And Big Village Alumni Frogman Released The Second Single From His Debut Solo EP Pond Scum ‘Just Go In’

Sydney rapper and emcee Frogman​ has just released his new single ‘Just Go In’​ taken from his debut EP ‘Pond Scum’​ set to be released next month. Just Go In​ walks a different path in terms of production for the … Continue reading Beastside Member And Big Village Alumni Frogman Released The Second Single From His Debut Solo EP Pond Scum ‘Just Go In’

Treaty 2015 feat. Jimblah + Nooky + Ellie Lovegrove + Zachariiah Fielding X Yothu Yindi

Over twenty years ago, Yothu Yindi released one of the greatest and undoubtably one of the most important songs to ever come out of this country. It drew both national and international attention to the fact that Aboriginal people were never recognised as the sovereign owners of this land. Fast forward to the present and here we are still demanding those same human rights. To add to the detriment, State and Federal governments are further eroding what little rights Indigenous Australians have. Black Australia is still expected to tip toe around White Australia, to relinquish our pain, grief and frustrations. … Continue reading Treaty 2015 feat. Jimblah + Nooky + Ellie Lovegrove + Zachariiah Fielding X Yothu Yindi

Jimblah announces album launches

The buzz on Jimblah is getting louder with each month that passes since his acclaimed album Phoenix dropped. Considered by critics as one of the most important and powerful albums of 2013, it was recognised by being shortlisted for the prestigious Australian Music Prize. In the short space of a year Jimblah has emerged from the Adelaide Hills to a growing and dedicated fanbase and glowing endorsements from Australian music royalty. He joined Paul Kelly to record a cover of Hunters & Collectors’ classic True Tears of Joy; performed with Yothu Yindi at the National Indigenous Music Awards and toured … Continue reading Jimblah announces album launches

National Reconciliation Week 2012

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is celebrated across Australia each year between 27 May and 3 June. The dates commemorate two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey—the anniversaries of the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision. The week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements and to explore how each of us can join the national reconciliation effort. May 27 marks the anniversary of Australia’s most successful referendum and a defining event in our nation’s history. The 1967 referendum saw over 90 per cent of Australians vote to give the Commonwealth … Continue reading National Reconciliation Week 2012