Cam Gilmour – A Bellyful Of Classics

Cam Gilmour is a musician and writer based in Melbourne. Growing up in country Victoria, he moved to Melbourne in 2006 and joined alternative band Behind Crimson Eyes – as their drummer. The band was signed to Roadrunner Records and went on to release two albums (A Revelation for Despair and Behind Crimson Eyes – Self-Titled), which sold over 25,000 copies nation wide. The band toured extensively during this period, playing festivals including triple j’s One Night Stand, Big Day Out, Homebake and Soundwave. In 2009, Cam parted ways with the band to pursue a solo project, which evolved into … Continue reading Cam Gilmour – A Bellyful Of Classics

Byron Bay Hip Hop Group ‘The Hated’ Release EP & Announce National Tour

Following their much acclaimed single Lord’s Life released earlier this year, The Hated have just released their free EP and announced their first national tour. For those unfamiliar, The Hated consist of Leeze, Griffin Brain and Vitals and each member brings their own distinctive sound to the table. Upon listening to their EP Lords Life you will quickly familiarize yourself with what a Lord’s Life entails. The group paints a vivid picture of their Byron Bay lifestyle with the help of Melbourne producer C1 who has worked with Allday, Peezo, Seven and Mr Hill. From headlining packed shows to performing alongside hip hop … Continue reading Byron Bay Hip Hop Group ‘The Hated’ Release EP & Announce National Tour

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

Vegas Aces – Black x Purple

Vegas Aces is a duo consisting of 4TH and producer Cam Bluff. After previously winning triple j Sprung Hip Hop competition – they went from strength to strength releasing their first debut and then a follow-up EP which saw the duo tour around the country several times with acts such as 360, Seven, Mr Hill to name just a few. Now the guys are set to release their 3rd installment – Black and Purple, today. Vegas Aces are showcasing a more refined and matured sound and bring a few special guests along for the ride including Spit Syndicate, Seven, Mr … Continue reading Vegas Aces – Black x Purple

Soliloquy – Double Sided

At just sixteen years of age, Soliloquy has accomplished more than most young aspiring rappers can even dream of, let alone will ever achieve. His debut performance was in front of a sold out venue, making a guest appearance on stage with New York Hip-Hop legend Pharoahe Monch. In July of 2011, Soliloquy released his debut EP The Unveiling, receiving much acclaim from industry figures and the general public alike. He spent the following year honing his craft, working on new material and performing around Melbourne. 2012 brought yet another rebirth for Soliloquy, as he has matured lyrically and experientially. His second release … Continue reading Soliloquy – Double Sided

Seven – The Island

Since the release of Good Thing late in 2011, Seven has risen from relative obscurity to being heralded as ‘the one to watch’ amongst his peers. He now returns with single The Island,’ an upbeat take on a downturn that ooze’s the summer life that Seven chases so frenetically. The ongoing partnership with Brisbane producer Cam Bluff again proves to be a rewarding one, with Bluff bringing his trademark drums to the tune in the only way he knows how, strong. Still, The Island sits on a different tangent to the previous work of the Gold Coast rapper, but given … Continue reading Seven – The Island