Daily Meds Behind The Radar Tour

Critically acclaimed hip hop crew Daily Meds are back in force with the first single Behind the Radar, from their as-yet-untitled second LP; follow up to their Australian Music Prize nominated debut record Happy Daze. More energetic and with more blatant power than ever, Daily Meds deftly bridge the gap between the familiar and much-loved local hip hop scene, and a new generation of Australian electronic music, inhabiting a new reality Behind The Radar, where people lie, behind enemy lines, underground and out of control. Blending politically-charged, rapid-flow lyricism, large bass-driven beats and up-front female vocals; Daily Meds have further … Continue reading Daily Meds Behind The Radar Tour

The Aphilliates Don’t Play

Rawthentic Records is a small independent label formed in early 2012 by Melbourne MC P.Link. In the short time since, the label’s growing roster has been represented at international & local level countless times all over the country, supporting UltraMagnetic MC’s, Trem One, Brad Strut, The Funkoars, Maundz & Jake Biz just to name a few. 
In between shows the label has released 3 solo EP’s from label stalwarts – P.Link, J.Mac & DownPat, plus earned spots on the Obesecity 2 & White Russian Compilations, all while enlisting fresh young talent in the form of Eazy MC, Jestar Dharma, & … Continue reading The Aphilliates Don’t Play

Funkoars Feel The Heat National Tour

Funkoars have just released a brand new video clip, lifted from the upcoming Golden Era Mixtape 2014. The track is titled A Clockwork Orange. The video was produced by Adfu for Unity Sound & Visual and Richie Sandham for Eightlimb Films. Funkoars are just about to set off on Feel The Heat National Tour featuring Mr. Hill & Rahjconkas. The 11 date tour features stop offs in Barwon Heads, Airlie Baech, Ipswhich and more, concluding in Adelaide. Other guests on the tour include K21, P-Link, Purpose, and more. You can get tickets for Feel The Heat National Tour by following the link below. The Funkoars … Continue reading Funkoars Feel The Heat National Tour

DownPat – Hard Evidence

Tranquil Artillery Original, DownPat unleashes his first solo EP Hard Evidence upon the masses, after 10 years of solid under-groundwork building skills and rocking stages from the Hills to the Mountains & everywhere in-between. The 7 track release features that signature Pang Production from Must Volkoff plus a bit of Philli flavour from another TA Original Breez, with all cuts handled by the one & only DJ Rellik. With an honest outlook and obvious talent DownPat attacks tracks with a raw hunger & flow to match gliding over fitting production. Featuring guestspots from his Rawthentic fam P.Link & J.Mac. Hard Evidence is … Continue reading DownPat – Hard Evidence

J. Mac – The Wake Up Call

Long overdue but well worth the wait, up & coming Melbourne MC, J-Mac has been honing his craft for years, whether it be onstage with Tranquil Artillery & The Aphilliates or on the street in any cipher he steps to, the man loves to rap! And its evident on his first solo offering – The Wake Up Call. A 7 track EP recorded by Must Volkoff, featuring production from Must Volkoff himself, Trem One, Vince Van Go, Engineer & cuts from Secondhand DJ’s – Rellik & Meta4. J.Mac displays a sharp style combined with witty punchlines and effortless flow, flexing from … Continue reading J. Mac – The Wake Up Call

P-Link – Turn The Tables

The second clip from the Obesecity 2 compilation has gone live this week! P-Link’s Turn the Tables is the second single from the national dual disc effort, produced by Must, with cuts from Secondhand DJ’s. A truly innovative video, credits again go to the remarkable crew at Full Clip. You can purchase Obesecity 2 from iTunes, Soul Clap Records, or from any good record store nationally. Make sure you check out the first video released from Obesecity 2 – Goatmob – Space Trip Oddity. P Link  Facebook  ||  P Link Twitter  ||  Obese Records Continue reading P-Link – Turn The Tables

P.Link – In My Element

Hailing from the notorious district of South Auckland, New Zealand, P.Link & his mother crossed the Tasman at the tender age of 3 in search of greener grasses. Settling briefly in Melbourne’s outer east, His fam quickly decided that coastal life was for them after a weekend visit to his future home – Phillip Island. Along with his partner in crime, J.Mac, P was consumed by the artform and the natural progression to penning their own material was made. A few years later alongside local MC’s – Downpat, Eazy, Lystic, Drummer – Lorne, Keyboarder – Brez & DJ – A-Tap … Continue reading P.Link – In My Element