Turning up the heat.
“They’re living, breathing evidence that there isn’t only one way to succeed at life. “
There’s no aphrodisiac like Like A Version.
What. Do You Think. Of This?
“This isn’t a decision we made lightly.”
Showcasing their new album ‘Bardo State’.
“Our leaders, who should be setting the tone of the nation’s attitudes, are giving us messages of fear and rejection of human lives. “
Busting out the big guns for the lineup, too.
One Day crew, the legends behind One Day Sundays have just announced the huge line up for their festival One Day Only, the hip hop block party set to take over Sydney’s Manning Bar on Saturday November 21st. California’s own Anderson .Paak will be headlining the main-stage. Making his first visit to Australia, .Paak is
Aussie hip hop troupe Horrorshow wrote and recorded “a rallying cry to the nation” over the weekend. It’s called Any Other Name, and it features the talents of local MC Urthboy, singer-songwriter Thelma Plum and Adelaide producer, MC and vocalist Jimblah. In a statement, Horrorshow’s Nick Bryant-Smith, aka Solo, says Any Other Name (below) calls
Forget the flower headbands and put the gun show on hold – Come Together Day 1 is all about your sneaker and sweater game. When hoodies count as occasion wear you know you’re at a hip-hop festival. And when Vodka Cruisers are competing with Vodka Red Bulls for highest selling beverage you know it’s a
Come Together Festival 2015 is just a few weeks away, and festival organisers have now dropped official set times so punters can get even more excited about who they’re going to see at the Sydney event. Come Together organisers have taken to the festival’s two official Facebook event pages to share the event’s official set
The 2015 Come Together Festival lineup is here, bringing an all-Aussie roster of hip hop and indie including the likes of rapper Seth Sentry, Sydney trio Thundamentals, Horrorshow, festival favourites Ball Park Music and Brisbane four-piece The Jungle Giants. Other acts on this year’s Come Together lineup (below) include Remi, SAFIA, Elizabeth Rose, Montaigne and
Triple j turned the big 4-0 this week and rather than hosting a respectable and intimate dinner party, our national broadcaster decided to throw a massive, public concert at Sydney’s Domain featuring performances from a number of their friends who also happen to be some of Australia’s most loved musicians. Around 25,000 people descended upon
As part of triple j‘s Beat The Drum 40th birthday concert, Aussie rap stalwarts Hilltop Hoods teamed up with some of the country’s most influential rappers to close out the night’s festivities. Official footage is now available, showing Hilltop Hoods – with their mates Illy, Drapht, Seth Sentry, Horrorshow, Tkay Maidza and Thundamentals in tow
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We’re traversing hardcore, electronica and hip-hop genres in today’s tour guide with shows from Sydney hardcore outfit Hellions, a national Hayden James tour in support of his new single, Something About You and an unplugged tour for hip-hop group Horrorshow. Hellions National Album Tour Sydney hardcore outfit Hellions are only weeks away from the release
Daniel Johns, Gotye & more join huge 40th anniversary celebration!
Aussie hip-hop heads, this is one for you. One Day, the Inner West Sydney hip-hop collective consisting of Horrorshow, Spit Syndicate, Joyride, and Jackie Onassis, have unveiled a brand new single titled Love Me Less, and it’s as smooth and lyrically deft as you’d expect from this lot. The track had its premiere on Triple
Local giants Bliss N Eso aren’t pulling any punches after a massive 2013, with the announcement of their biggest tour to date. The Sydney trio are heading out on a goliath Circus Under The Stars 15-date outdoor regional tour, alongside Horrorshow and Seth Sentry. The tour will see Bliss N Eso setting up an outdoor