Scarecrow Tadpoles in the Machine EP

Keeping active for over a decade, Sydney-born Scarecrow currently calls Canberra home. Scarecrow best known as one-half of hip hop duo Beat Theory has just released his carefully crafted debut solo EP release. Get ready for ‘Tadpoles in the Machine’. Tadpoles in the Machine is thematically diverse, from eerie themes inspired by the television show Dexter to tracks written while pondering under a tree post hip hop gigs. Maintaining a personal touch, the release also focuses on life’s journey, personal growth, reflection on the past and what it all means as an outlook for the future. Guest appearances from Toddla … Continue reading Scarecrow Tadpoles in the Machine EP

Lucky Luke 1Day

Joseph Luke Dargan aka Lucky Luke is an Aboriginal man of the Waanyi, Mitakoodi, Ringa Ringa and Kalkadoon tribal groups. He was born in Cloncurry in North West Queensland, and currently lives and works in Mount Isa in Youth and Community Service roles. Lucky Luke started his obsession with hip hop as a fan at a very young age, and then transitioned to freestyling at parties and putting up free mixtapes and youtube videos. Luke has refined his craft over the past 18 months, and with the help of Joe Ave (The Winnie Coopers, Born Fresh, Eloquence and Truths) and … Continue reading Lucky Luke 1Day

Hau Football, Feasts & Funerals Mixtape

This song is taken from the forthcoming mixtape ‘Football, Feasts & Funerals’. Over a crisp production by Sydney’s Pro/Gram, Hau both mourns and celebrates the life of those who have passed away; relatives, friends and inspirations. Never one to shy away from his emotions, the MC lets it flow like the ink out his pen, delivering each word with passion, appreciation, and gratitude. “That’s one hell of a journey/ But that’s the cost of getting off the beaten path/ a task but not with peace and love/ peep, sh*t is deep…” Hau Latukefu lives and breathes hip hop. With 20 … Continue reading Hau Football, Feasts & Funerals Mixtape

Eloji Fuck You, Too Bad

Melbourne hip hop artist Eloji has firmly planted his fly kick equipped feet in the music scene. Once going by the name of Arks, Eloji has released 6 mixtapes and an EP since he began writing in 2007 at the age of 12. Over the years he has managed to gain the attention of national acts and began performing in 2009. Since then Eloji has shared the stage and opened as well as partied way harder with the likes of such artists as: Bliss N Eso, Thundamentals, Illy, Mr Hill & Rahjconkas, Purpose and Allday swell as shared the bill … Continue reading Eloji Fuck You, Too Bad

Eloji Fuck You, Too Bad

Fuck You, Too Bad is the highly anticipated 3rd Free release from Melbourne rapper Eloji before his debut EP The Ugly Side is released later this year! Comprising of 18 songs, Eloji sets the bar for what a “mixtape” should sounds like, with a collection of instrumentals taken from artists such as Atmosphere, Drake, Grieves, & Oddisee; Mixed by Siege-A and mastered by Rahjconkas. Fuck You, Too Bad is the follow up mixtape to Eloji’s 2013 mixtape release The Offset Mixtape. Eloji’s debut EP The Ugly Side will be coproduced by Rahjconkas as well as his debut album with with the support … Continue reading Eloji Fuck You, Too Bad

Mr. Hill & Rahjconkas Flip Violent Soho’s Covered In Chrome

With 2 albums released in 2 years, they are proof that hard work pays off. None can disregard their passion and drive for making music by constantly pushing the boundaries of hip hop as a genre and striving for a truly unique sound. Mr Hill & Rahjconkas have again began constructing new music with the creation of their 3rd album. The new album will see the pair taking on a more mature roll as song writers and really setting themselves apart in the industry as innovators. Placing firm guidelines down for the new direction and sound. They have taken on a … Continue reading Mr. Hill & Rahjconkas Flip Violent Soho’s Covered In Chrome

Mr Hill & Rahjconkas Non Stop Official Video

The new single from local Hip Hop up and comers Mr Hill & Rahjconkas premiered the new film clip for NON STOP the other night on triple j’s Home and Hosed website.  With a healthy dose of Project X, Beer Bongs, Pool Skating, Babes and Explosions the new clip has hit the ground running clocking over 300 views in 5 mins. The follow up track to the successful Telescope single was released on the 4th of April and has been well received by their fans and the hip hop community. If you haven’t caught MHRC recently you can hit them up on the … Continue reading Mr Hill & Rahjconkas Non Stop Official Video

Mr Hill & Rahjconkas Non-Stop

Mr Hill & Rahjconkas (MHRC) are at it again with their new single Non-Stop. Non-Stop is the new single from the QLD and NSW duo and is also the follow up party track to the highly successful single Telescope. The new track features cuts from DJ Adfu, with artwork from Kurbcreative. Last month, MHRC headed to Brisbane to support hip hop heavyweights Jurrassic 5, for their 2014 Australian Reunion tour. MHRC will also be performing at the Big Pineapple Music Festival May 17. The new single is a cracker, you can purchase the new single Non-Stop now from iTunes.. Purchase  ||  Facebook  ||  Twitter Continue reading Mr Hill & Rahjconkas Non-Stop

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

Mr Hill & Rahjconkas: Back It Up

May 2013 sees Brisbane locals Mr Hill & Rahjconkas release their sophomore album Dead End Street. In the space of one year they have firmly made a place for themselves in the industry and gained respect and accolades from genre veterans. Since the release of lead single in October 2012 Put The Work In popularity for this young duo has gained increasingly. Being chosen by Triple j unearthed to play at Brisbane’s hip hop festival Sprung, saw the boys perform on a major platform with overwhelming support. The two are planning to hit the road in July on their own headline … Continue reading Mr Hill & Rahjconkas: Back It Up

Kadyelle – The Theory Of Everything

Touted as being one of the most skillful females in the scene right now after her solid debut release Earthworthy in 2010 and The One Nighter mixtape in 2011. Kadyelle has supported and toured with such acts as Sage Francis, Ozi Batla, M-Phazes, Phrase, Illy, Spit Syndicate, The Tongue, Class A, Optamus, Muph & Plutonic, Seth Sentry plus many more.  Her newest LP The Theory of Everything features Ozi Batla, Thorts, Optamus, Dazastah, Hunter, Porsah Laine, Rachael Berry, Soma, Miss Karleena, Miss.She.ill, Rob Shaker and production from Rahjconkas, The Digital Assassin, Admin Beats and Ren Riz. The Theory of Everything is available now for a ‘name … Continue reading Kadyelle – The Theory Of Everything

New Music: Mr Hill & Rahjconkas – ‘Dead End Street’ feat. Muph

After a highly productive debut year in 2012, March 2013 sees the 2nd single release for one of local hip hop’s hardest working up and coming duo’s Mr Hill & Rahjconkas. In the space of one year they have firmly made a place for themselves in the industry and gained respect and accolades from genre veterans. 2013 is shaping up to be no different. Since the release of their first single in October 2012 Put The Work In, popularity for this young duo has gained increasingly. Being chosen by triple j unearthed to play at Brisbane’s hiphop festival Sprung, saw … Continue reading New Music: Mr Hill & Rahjconkas – ‘Dead End Street’ feat. Muph

Smiles Again – How ‘Bout You Stop Being So Funny & Say Something Serious

After two mixtapes and two critically acclaimed albums with Mind Over Matter the debut solo offering from Smiles Again has landed in the form of his new EP How About You Stop Being So Funny & Say Something Serious. One half of Sydney based hip hop duo Mind Over Matter, Smiles, 23, has played shows alongside Willow for the past 5 years. Together the boys have sold out shows nationally and toured extensively as both a headline and major support for artists such as Bliss n Eso, Method Man & Redman, Drapht just to name a few. Solo, Smiles expresses a … Continue reading Smiles Again – How ‘Bout You Stop Being So Funny & Say Something Serious

Obesecity 2

10 years ago, at a time when Australian hip hop was still struggling to be heard, Obese Records released Obesecity. Invited from all corners of the country, emcees and producers hungry to showcase their skills contributed tracks, unbeknownst of the powerful ripple effect it would create. Bolstered by the humble independent label, the compilation birthed a generation of hip hop heavyweights, recognised today as the true pioneers of a flourishing industry. Hilltop Hoods, Muph & Plutonic, Bias B, Pegz, the late Hunter and more united to give the growing genre a voice. To celebrate its anniversary Obese Records is extremely proud to present Obesecity 2. A dual-disc compilation showcasing … Continue reading Obesecity 2

Obesecity 2 – Track List Revealed

10 years ago, at a time when Australian hip hop was still struggling to be heard, Obese Records released Obesecity. Invited from all corners of the country, emcees and producers hungry to showcase their skills contributed tracks, unbeknownst of the powerful ripple effect it would create. Bolstered by the humble independent label, the compilation birthed a generation of hip hop heavyweights, recognised today as the true pioneers of a flourishing industry. Hilltop Hoods, Muph & Plutonic, Bias B, Pegz, the late Hunter and more united to give the growing genre a voice. To celebrate its anniversary Obese Records is extremely … Continue reading Obesecity 2 – Track List Revealed

Cryptic – Master Of Words LP

With a broad scope of styles from introspective, dark humour, battle-style music to good old boom bap lyricism, Cryptic (aka James Dowling) is admired for his uniquely complex rhyming patterns, verbose dexterity, relevant humour, stage presence and stylised flow. Cryptic has diligently analysed and worked on his craft, and is now producing a unique sound on stage and in the booth. Having battled in Got Beef? Battles, Real Talk Battle League and Grind Time Now Australia, and played middle scale gigs across Australia, Cryptic, with crew 3000 are taking it to the next level.  Cryptic has released his debut LP … Continue reading Cryptic – Master Of Words LP

Vegas Aces – V’s Up

After both artists had been doing their own things respectively, (Cam Bluff & 4th) Vegas Aces linked up officially mid 2010 and have been creating buzz ever since. The two have been crafting their sophomore EP at the same time as well as trail-blazing the live show circuit with many incredible acts such as Spit Syndicate, Illy, 360, Seven and Mr Hill just to name a few. The debut E.P V.A.All.Day has been out for a moment now and featured Seven (winner of the triple j M-Phazes comp), Laneous (of Laneous and the Family Yah), and the incredibly talented Claire Walters. Currently on the … Continue reading Vegas Aces – V’s Up

Mr Hill & Rahjconkas – Find My Way feat. Joyride: New Film Clip

Rahjconkas and Mr Hill have just released their debut album The Feeback which dropped early 2012. Guest artists who have thrown their support towards this release include Trials, The Tongue, Hau, Jeswon, Joyride, Seven, Phatchance, 4th & Joyride. Joyride teams up with Mr Hill & Rahjconkas on the track banging track Find My Way. This track is a monster with the newly released film clip out earlier this week. You can check it out below.  Writer/Producer/Director: Oliver Lofgren Director of Photography: David La Roche Editor: Sebastien Carew-Reid – Stunts: Chris Hannam Twitter  ||  Soundcloud  ||  Triple J  ||  Purchase Continue reading Mr Hill & Rahjconkas – Find My Way feat. Joyride: New Film Clip

Seven – Floated EP

Buoyed with the success of single Good Thing, Seven continues his run into 2012 with the release of his second EP, Floated. Floated is a step-up for the Gold Coast emcee, distanced from the fickle politics of the scene, Seven has continued his trademark upbeat and honest take on the genre. The EP covers successes, failures, long nights and unhealthy addictions to game consoles over a mixed bag of talented producers. Seven and M-Phazes again team up on synth-heavy My Way with the assistance of Yale vocalist, Stefan Emslie. Brisbane label-mate Cam Bluff (Vegas Aces) also contributes along with Mdusu, … Continue reading Seven – Floated EP

Mr Hill & Rahjonkas – The Feedback

The first Obese Distribution release to drop in 2012 comes from Wagga Wagga’s own Rahjconkas and Brisbane native Mr Hill with their brand spanker The Feedback out Friday 27th of January. Production wise, the album boasts tasteful electronic components blended with rootsy, traditional highlights. The duo have placed emphasis on matching lyrical content with sonic expression to epic effect. Contrast among tracks is strong, evident in Find My Way which features Spit Syndicate’s Joyride with its edgy and progressive feel, flipping it up to the horn-heavy, up-beat flavour of Revolution featuring Koolism’s Hau and Thundamentals Jeswon.  With spots from Trails, … Continue reading Mr Hill & Rahjonkas – The Feedback

Kadyelle – Puppet Strings

Puppet Strings is the first single from Kadyelle’s new studio album, The Theory of Everything due for release in 2012. The track features SBX legends Dazastah, Optamus (of Downsyde),  Hunter & Porsah Laine, along with Perth’s beloved Soma and freshly WA-settled  veteran rapper from VIC, Thorts. The two-part single reps production from The Digital Assassin (formerly of Blades) and Rahjconkas.Vocals and ‘Rahjconkas Mix‘ beat mixed by Aetcix. Touted as being one of the most skillful females in the scene right now, after her solid debut release Earthworthy hit shelves in April 2010 (and later as a free download on Bandcamp). Kadyelle … Continue reading Kadyelle – Puppet Strings

Mr Hill & Rahjconkas – Warning Signs

Mr Hill has emerged as a solo artist after starting his MC career with band Publik Relation which included (now) MC Seven. The two parted ways and the music has been getting better and better from both artists who still remain close friends. In early 2010 Mr Hill released a self titled demo, with mostly jacked beats. One collaboration was with Brisbane producer group Desmond Cheese, the track Saw The Signs struck a cord with the group and the three decided to make an entire collaboration album called The Island, which dropped earlier in the year.  Since the release of The Island, Mr Hill … Continue reading Mr Hill & Rahjconkas – Warning Signs