New-wave Australian record label WVS, along with Complex AU, just threw what was perhaps the biggest, brightest and best showcase of Hip-Hop talent in this country, ever. Advertisements
Melbourne rapper Mini Coop launched his brand new album, Lift Off, live at The Workers Club, featuring sets from lively local acts Cylo, Boy Graduate and Ezra Allen.
Sydney newcomer Aeonic recently dropped his debut EP Twenty Twelve Self, and the conceptual project has been making waves since, catching playtime on Triple J’s Hip-Hop Show as well as making moves through the iTunes charts.
Melbourne Hip-Hop duo Fourth Place launched their debut Mixtape The Commentary Box live at Revolver, featuring sets from fellow Burn City emcees Solex, Mini Coop & DAY DRMRS.
Choon! Entertainment has made a massive first splash in the Brisbane Hip-Hop scene with their first Crooklyn event going down this past Saturday at the New Globe Theatre.
From the first horns in the opening title track, to the synth-heavy Hilltop Hoods collaboration, 21 Grams, I was awestruck with Thundamentals‘ new album, Everyone We Know.
One of Australia’s biggest Hip-Hop acts, Bliss N Eso performed live in front of a capacity crowd at Melbourne’s 170 Russell this past Wednesday, building anticipation for their upcoming album, Off The Grid.