It’s been one hell of a ride for Australia’s charismatic rapper Seth Sentry. Releasing his #6 ARIA debut album, This Was Tomorrow completely independently and through his own label High Score Records in September 2012; the following 18 months produced nothing but impressive milestones and achievements for Seth. From sold out Australian tours, to AIR Award wins, ARIA nominations and not to mention becoming the first Australian rapper to perform on US late night TV when he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Seth has barely had time to stop and take it all in. Last night before hitting the stage at … Continue reading Seth Sentry This Was Tomorrow goes Gold!
Just under a fortnight ago, the city of Melbourne hosted the independent music scenes night of nights, the 2013 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards. Held at the unique Revolt Melbourne Artspace, an old warehouse dawned with projected images taken from … Continue reading Review: 2013 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards
Australia’s acclaimed hip-hop artist, Seth Sentry announces The Vacation Tour in support of his latest single of the same name. Seth Sentry will be joined by special guests, Grey Ghost and Mantra to help bring his standout live show to new audiences around the country, on an extensive run of 24 regional tour dates between August and September. Since the release of his #6 ARIA debut album and critical success, This Was Tomorrow in September last year, Seth Sentry has been achieving milestones in big leaps from multiple high-rotation radio singles on triple j to extensive national tours (including the completely … Continue reading Seth Sentry – The Vacation Tour
2012 was a massive year for Seth Sentry… three high-rotation singles, an album debuting at #6 on the ARIA charts, triple j’s feature album of the week and Channel [V]’s Oz Artist Of The Year award… but seeing as though he got to kick off 2013 by driving a DeLorean and currently on his North American Tour, this is already the year to beat. aahh: How have the last few months been in comparison to this same time last year? Seth Sentry: Oh last year I was doing fuck all, struggling to write the album, smoking pot and playing a lot of video games, … Continue reading Seth Sentry – Science, Shooters & SXSW
Just to put it in perspective, 2012 was a massive year for Seth Sentry… three high-rotation singles, an album debuting at #6 on the ARIA charts, triple j’s feature album of the week and Channel [V]’s Oz Artist Of The Year award… but seeing as though he got to kick off 2013 by driving a DeLorean, this is already the year to beat. Featuring said time machine, a host of characters and some highly dubious acting performances from Seth, Mantra, DJ B-Two, and Grey Ghost, the clip to Seth’s latest single Dear Science has everything. Well, everything except hoverboards, as … Continue reading Seth Sentry – Dear Science
Melbourne rapper Seth Sentry has debuted at an impressive #6 on the ARIA Charts this week, with his first full-length album This Was Tomorrow. The album has been collecting a long list of glowing reviews, including from triple j radio as their Feature Album all of this week. The huge national album tour has kicked off this week, including a much-talked about set at Newcastle’s Fat As Butter Festival. With the Queensland shows now ticked off, Seth has 6 Australian states left to visit. Dominating the airwaves with the infectious singles My Scene and Float Away, Seth Sentry has dropped one … Continue reading Seth Sentry – ‘This Was Tomorrow’ debuts at #6 & is triple j’s feature album
It’s been four years since Seth Sentry released his The Waiter Minute EP, that featured the huge hit single The Waitress Song. Seth is now ready to storm Australia with his debut LP This Was Tomorrow. Released today, Seth has already dropped two massive single’s from the album, in the form of My Scene and Float Away. Seth describes his anxiousness in getting the release in to the hands of his fans. “I’m feeling excited and nervous, the album’s finished now, so I just want to get it out there.” Describing the concept behind This Was Tomorrow, Seth explains “I guess the album is pretty random … Continue reading Seth Sentry – This Was Tomorrow
It has arrived. The debut album from Melbourne MC Seth Sentry will be unleashed on September 14. The album, titled This Was Tomorrow, is a ground breaking and utterly relatable hip-hop masterpiece. To bring the album to the fans, Seth has announced a 14-date tour through cities and regional centres in September and October, including appearances at Fat As Butter and Sprung Festivals. From the incredible success of The Waitress Song (2009), to the current radio smash singles My Scene and the brand new second single, Float Away, This Was Tomorrow is indicative of the exponential rate at which local hip-hop … Continue reading Seth Sentry – This Was Tomorrow