We may now be out of a job… but it was worth it.
100% local, organic and grass-fed.
Showcasing their fourth studio album.
Hear as Spit Syndicate lose all ‘Inhibitions’
Don’t forget your deck.
Playing Come Together 2016!
“Not for the first time in my life, my hunger overpowered my respect for other people’s property,” says Lupi.
With the ‘Know Better’ single comes news of a six date tour.
“We have a problem. It’s a problem which manifests itself in domestic violence, coward punches, the widening gap between how men and women are treated, paid and valued.”
And a return to the one-day format.
The dance & hip-hop heavy Super Sundae Fundaze will take over the foreshore next month.
After taking a brief vacation last year, Groovin The Moo offshoot music festival The Plot has just unveiled the official lineup for its big return in 2015. Heading up the bill for this year’s event will be an eclectic selection of artists from across Australia and the world, including Art Vs Science, Asta, Boo Seeka,
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
The organisers of Perth’s biggest drug, smoke, and alcohol free all-ages festival, have announced the lineup for HyperFest 2014 and it’s one of their most epic yet, with an eclectic array of artists including Spit Syndicate, Allday, Glass Towers, Jackie Onassis, and Closure In Moscow. Kicking off one HyperFest’s strongest lineups to date are the
As they near the tail end of their massive Money Over Bullshit tour featuring habitual partner in crime Joyride, loved-up Sydney-based hip hop crew Spit Syndicate have passed Music Feeds an action-packed video tour diary documenting all the memorable moments from the tour so far. Footage from the shows makes it clear that there were
The lineup for Festival of the Sun 2013 has arrived and it looks like it’s another blistering celebration of summer, Australian music and East Coast living. The organisers have announced rockers You Am I, The Rubens and Ash Grunwald as headliners, with a slew of hot acts supporting, including The Beards, Kingswood, Spit Syndicate, and
Spit Syndicate have announced that they will be embarking on their third national tour later this year, dubbed the Money Over Bull$hit Tour. The duo make their way all around Australia, with dates in several regional towns, beginning in Townsville in September and ending at the Sydney Hi-Fi in November. The Money Over Bull$hit Tour