Sydney hip hop artist Chance Waters (formerly Phatchance) has released his title single, taken from his forthcoming album, Infinity. The track was produced by Adelaide artist-to-watch One Above, who recently produced The Hilltop Hoods’ #1 Single I Love It (ft. Sia). After more than five years actively touring the country and releasing music under the
Having released his debut LP Inkstains to widespread critical acclaim last year, local hip hop artist and member of the I Forget, Sorry collective Phatchance is entering the new year with a force in his stride releasing his Inkstains Acoustic EP, launching the release with an acoustic residency at Oxford Art Factory, starting last week
Having welcomed in 2011 by playing two massive shows with Brisbane’s Sunset Sounds and the AusSounds Australia Day Concert, Charlie Mayfair are well and truly warmed up for another great year. February will see the band embark on their biggest mission yet; a weekly interstate trek for their Sydney residency at the Oxford Art Factory.
I still remember the exact moment when I started thinking that there was something to Australian hip hop. It was at Splendour in the Grass in 2004, when I first saw the Hilltop Hoods live (and later in the day, The Herd). Relatively late to the proverbial game, I know, but for me that was
The world of Aussie hip hop can be a very confusing one. Ever since The Hilltop Hoods grabbed everyone’s attention with The Nosebleed Section a few years back, there’s been a veritable haemorrhage of new artists flowing from the genres veins, with a speed and tenacity that would put most haemophiliacs to shame.
Beginning March 5th in WA and finishing March 27th in Queensland, Australia will play host to the launch of one of Australian hip-hop’s most exciting new albums, by one of its most exciting new artists, and it looks like he’s bringing the whole of the so-called ‘ex-Nurcha’ crew along for the ride.
Having supported almost every local hip hop act under the sun as well as working with numerous other artists on releases and recordings, Chance Waters, otherwise known as Phatchance is one of the local hip hop scene’s most prolific quiet achievers.