Kimence – One View

Kimence has been writing for most of her life. As a young person, writing poetry aided her to rationalize and evolve through troubled times. Since then, Kimence’s relationship with the pen has not only become rewarding, but empowering. Testament to Kimence’s knack for networking, One View includes production mastery from some of our country’s best. Including Simplex of Terra Firma, Suffa from Hilltop Hoods, Trials of Funkoars, Admin, Psycho Les of NYC group The Beatnuts. Among the hand-picked vocal contributors are K21, Simplex, Alerts, Psycho Les, Raph A.L., Mnops, Monsta Ganjah, Tana Kingi & Jayde Lowther. Title track, One View sees … Continue reading Kimence – One View

Liknuts Australian & New Zealand Tour

Combine 2 of the greatest hip hop party groups ever from the West Coast and the East Coast, The Alkaholiks (Tash, J-Ro and DJ E-Swift) and The Beatnuts (Ju-Ju and Psycho Les) together and you have the supergroup…..LIKNUTS!!  Definately one of the most anticipated releases of 2012 to hip hop fans worldwide, this collaboration is sure to be an instant hip hop classic. If that line up isn’t enough by itself, Onyx (Fredro Starr and Sticky Fingaz) will also be making the journey down under to bring their energetic performance to the night as well. Big Boss Entertainment is bringing this … Continue reading Liknuts Australian & New Zealand Tour

allaussie hip hop spotlight on: Motion

Motion’s involvement in hip-hop began when he hit the scene as a B-boy in 2000. Once realising his skills in freestyling and lyricism, he entered the battle circuit and won virtually every battle held in Adelaide over a 2 year period, winning SA’s MC Battle For Supremacy and ending up as a runner up nationally in 2005. Motion is a part of Adelaide favourites Adroit Effusive, an 8 man crew that has been active since the early 2000s. He released a demo with fellow Adroit member Bornski called Introducing in 2003, and Adroit soon followed up by releasing the 2 … Continue reading allaussie hip hop spotlight on: Motion

Phatchance – Inkstains (Acoustic) Out Feb 18th

After a year packed with a massive touring schedule, including two national headline tours and supports for heavyweight acts like Method Man & Redman, DJ Premier and The Beatnuts; indie Australian hip-hop artist Phatchance is ringing in 2011 with the release of a unique, acoustic hip-hop offering titled Inkstains (Acoustic). Crowned a Triple J Unearthed, MYSPACE.COM and SBA Music Featured Artist, as well as packing out venues nationally on his Inkstains and I Forget, Sorry! 2010 tours’, Phatchance has quickly become Sydney’s biggest unsigned hip-hop artist. Inkstains (Acoustic) includes acoustic renditions of popular songs from his debut album Inkstains (Build … Continue reading Phatchance – Inkstains (Acoustic) Out Feb 18th

6 on the St | Episode 5 | Dialect & Despair

Dialect & Despair – The Vortex Review 6 on the St is a film project that takes an intimate look at 12 Adelaide artists in a series of six-minute documentaries. Next guest in the line-up of local talent: Dialect & Despair Dialect began rhyming at the tender age of 12, inspired by his eldest brothers collection of classic 80’s/90’s era Hip Hop. Entering his first freestyle battle at the age of 13 Dialect took it out and went on to win countless more battles making him a force to be reckoned with on the mic at an early age. Well … Continue reading 6 on the St | Episode 5 | Dialect & Despair

I Forget, Sorry! National Tour

On the back of a year already packed with a massive touring schedule, including the national Inkstains tour and supports for heavy weight acts like Method Man & Redman, DJ Premier and The Beatnuts; Solo Artists Phatchance & Coptic Soldier are once again hitting the road with their unique brand of fiercely independent, progressive Australian hip-hop. Both solo artists have quickly established themselves as key members in the new guard of Australian Hip-Hop music, their pragmatic approach and personal song writing has bridged the genre gap and seen them forge a dedicated and growing following beyond the typical reach of … Continue reading I Forget, Sorry! National Tour