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Sinks – Backlash

2013 marks the debut long player from Melbourne emcee and producer Sinks with this crunching release titled Backlash. Guests on the album include Fatty Phew, Phil Gektor, Sparts, Dazed, Force, Mol One, Olsen, Pompei and Zee.  Production comes from Sinks as well as Ramzee, WIK, Dazed, Phil Gektor, Calski and Batsauce. A brand new clip has dropped coinciding with the release for […]

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Exclusive: Deece – Back Up feat. Fatty Phew & Bigfoot (Prod. WIK)

A Cornered Season is the debut solo album from the well oiled Melbourne MC, Deece (of B Wiv Deece fame). While B Wiv still has a strong presence on A Cornered Season producing six of the sixteen tracks, this album sees Deece team up with some of the best MC’s & producers this country has to offer. The result? A beautifully sculpted dynamic soundscape that complements Deece’s ever evolving sound. On the […]

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Maundz – Maundzilla

Straight out of Melbourne city comes one of the Nation’s most talked about MC’s, Maundz, ready to unleash his highly anticipated sophomore LP titledZero upon the masses. Flying the flag high for the scenes undeniably most hyped up emerging independent force that is Crate Cartel, Maundz is joined by fellow Cartelian and beat smith extraordinaire WIK for the entirety of what is sure to be heralded as one of […]

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Maundz – Zero

Straight out of Melbourne city comes one of the Nation’s most talked about MC’s, Maundz, ready to unleash his highly anticipated sophomore LP titled Zero upon the masses. Flying the flag […]

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Tornts Interview: Tales Of Trauma

From the depths of Melbourne, the highly respected rapper and venomous author, Tornts, is back with his highly anticipated LP, Concrete Slang. Broken Tooth Entertainment’s most prolific MC returns with a hard-hitting dose of reality rap and imagery riddled visions of city life in 2012. Explain to us the concept behind the title of your new album Concrete Slang and how that relates […]