Davey Lane Releases M-Phazes Remix of ‘You’re The Cops I’m The Crime’

The debut from Davey Lane of You Am I – has been mixed up by the masterful hands of Australian hip-hop juggernaut M-Phazes, the tricky remix of You’re The Cops, I’m The Crime layers scratchy yet smooth vocals over jingling keys and a sly-slick beat. A showcase of Davey Lane’s versatility and depth, the remix casts a monstrous sense of extra-dimension to the track. Facebook  ||  Twitter  ||  Soundcloud Continue reading Davey Lane Releases M-Phazes Remix of ‘You’re The Cops I’m The Crime’

Phrase – Apart

It’s customary for an artist on the promo trail to talk up (or big note) how progressive their new album is. But in the two years since Clockwork floored the hip-hop world, Phrase — aka Melbourne MC Harley Webster — has completely ripped up his past by the roots. Babylon, his third album, throws down the gauntlet to any musician feeling hemmed in by a scene and longing to paint a bigger picture. The first single, Apart, sets the stage for Babylon, as a garage stomper with guitar twists and a chorus sung by You Am I’s Davey Lane — … Continue reading Phrase – Apart

Australia’s Year In Music – 2010

Heath Media, in collaboration with the AU review, is proud to announce the launch of pre-orders for the upcoming Australia’s Year in Music: 2010, with an introductory rate of $59. The book is set to be released on February 7th. Pre-orders can be made at this official website: http://www.australiasyearinmusic.com/ Only 250 copies are being made available during the pre-order period, and we don’t expect them to last. A total of 500 hardcover copies of the 200 page full colour books will be made available in total, each individually numbered. No further hardcover copies will be printed.We are proud to be printing the … Continue reading Australia’s Year In Music – 2010

Another Independent closing down

After 25 plus years in business Big Star Records city store sadly shuts up shop this week. The iconic store which has been the place to buy music for generations of punters in Adelaide has also showcased many big acts with its basement mini-gigs over the years. The likes of Blink 182, Weezer, The Tea Party and You Am I having all played free shows to the hundred or so punters that could squeeze downstairs. The closure adds yet another store to the list of independent records outlets in Adelaide that have dropped off the twig since the early 2000s … Continue reading Another Independent closing down

DJ Debris Wins ARIA for Best Engineering

This year the category of Engineer of the Year rounded out with two equal winners who worked with very different genres of music. Hilltop Hoods member, DJ Debris (Barry Francis) has been recognised for his work on State Of The Art, the follow up to the Hilltop Hoods 2006 ARIA Award winning album, The Hard Road. Greg Wales who engineered and produced for You Am I, was the other winner. The 23rd Annual ARIA Awards will be held Thursday, November 26 at Acer Arena. Continue reading DJ Debris Wins ARIA for Best Engineering