DJ Vame Decorus Vulnero Delectatio

DJ Vame is the man behind some of Australia’s defining Hip-Hop releases. A beat making savant, DJ Vame has created anthems, set trends and helped build some of today’s top artists. The Western Sydney based producer made his debut in 1991 and soon after produced Knights of the Underground Table the Def Wish Cast album often quoted as the defining record for the local Hip-Hop scene. A beatmaker from the days of DIY and limited sampler times, DJ Vame has built a reputation for maintaining the purest of street sounds in his productions. In recent years he has continued behind the beats for stalwarts such as Reason, and The … Continue reading DJ Vame Decorus Vulnero Delectatio

DJ Vame Decorus Vulnero Delectatio

DJ Vame is the man behind some of Australia’s defining hip hop releases. A beat making savant, DJ Vame has created anthems, set trends and helped build some of today’s top artists. The Western Sydney based producer made his debut in 1991 and soon after produced Knights of the Underground Table the Def Wish Cast album often quoted as the defining record for the local hip hop scene. A beatmaker from the days of DIY and limited sampler times, DJ Vame has built a reputation for maintaining the purest of street sounds in his productions. In recent years he has continued behind the … Continue reading DJ Vame Decorus Vulnero Delectatio

Wolverine – Split Personality Mixtape

Scott Kent, also known as rapper Wolverine, adopted the persona of the famous Marvel comic creation, full of rage and the unbreakable metal adamantium, long before Hugh Jackman brought the character to movie screens. And while Jackman honed his craft at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Kent also spent years honing his in Perth, except he did it in cyphers, studios and live shows around the city. Wolverines new double 37 track album Split Personality is available now. Featuring Reason, Hunter (R.I.P), Dazastah, Bigfoot, Solomon Childs and more. He is also currently working on his 5th studio … Continue reading Wolverine – Split Personality Mixtape

Illergic – Illville

Emerging from Sydney’s hip hop scene in the late 90s, Illergic stands amongst Australia’s elite and most accomplished lyricists, renowned for intense wordplay and his own unique brand of rapid fire delivery. Illergic has left his mark on the local Hip Hop scene via multiple releases such as his solo album Illergic Reaction, his two albums with Terminal Illness (‘Padlock Your Heads 1999 and Sons Of Medusa 2001), and alongside Australia’s best on the classic Culture of Kings II compilation. Now, Illergic is back, with his rhymes sharper than ever with the release of his new album Illville, backed by … Continue reading Illergic – Illville

Obese Records – Frankston Store Opening

Obese Records, Australia’s first hip hop label, was established in 1995 as a small record store originally named OB’s. After the business was bought and renamed by Tirren Staaf (Pegz) in 2002, the label was created as an outlet for the distribution of Australian hip-hop. Melbourne’s emcee Reason with his album Solid, was the first release on the label, closely followed by the scene-defining Culture of Kings and Obesecity compilations. Over the course of its twelve years, Obese Records has seen success stories such as Hilltop Hoods, Muph & Plutonic, Drapht, Illy, release award winning albums, play to crowds of … Continue reading Obese Records – Frankston Store Opening

Fraksha – My Way

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.   Opting to move to the greener pastures of Australia in 2006, after a previous visit in 2002/03, Fraksha hit the ground running, joining Aria Award winning Bliss N Eso on their sold out Get Loose … Continue reading Fraksha – My Way

Jake Biz | Maundz – Commercial Zero Tour

After releasing their respective albums Commercial Hell and Zero in May 2012, Jake Biz and Maundz are set to drop the dual launch Commercial Zero Tour with ferocity only these 2 underground artists are renowned for. With Brisbane and Melbourne dates locked in, plus other capital cities in negotiation for dates and venues, this show is going to be one hell of a dope night. Kicking off in Brisbane, Friday October 5 at Coniston Lane in the Valley, supported by hells burn Hired Goon, Tornts feat. Gaz Hazard (CRS), Dwizofoz feat. Strooth with a bunch of very special guests you … Continue reading Jake Biz | Maundz – Commercial Zero Tour