As an ever-present figure on the Australian indie scene Joyride has made a name for himself through killer performances and a long list of powerful collaborations. Now, after 4-years of writing and finessing, Joyride has announced he will be releasing his debut EP, The Chivalrous, and it’s available as we speak. As an added bonus,
Come Together festival will be back for its 10th year of all-ages goodness at the Big Top at Sydney’s Luna Park, featuring Drapht, Illy, The Herd and Spit Syndicate in an all-Aussie hip hop line-up on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend. The festival is continuing with last year’s move away from its previous indie rock
Having just scratched the surface of what he can do with previous releases, The Tongue has returned with a new album, which is hailed as his finest masterpiece yet. Boasting 15-tracks and an impressive list of guest artists, Surrender To Victory is the best taste of what The Tongue can do so far, and will
Live and acoustic with our smashin’ grand piano!
With the first two warning shots off their forthcoming album already receiving high rotation on triple j, it’s obvious that Spit Syndicate are planning something big of Sunday Gentlemen. The hip-hop duo have now announced that they will be embarking on a massive national tour to introduce what is shaping up to be a weapon
Inner West Sydney hip hop duo Spit Syndicate are back with a brand new single and a fresh set of tour dates that include the often-neglected states of South and West Australia (sorry Tasmania, maybe next time). The single goes by the title of Beauty in the Bricks and will be internationally released on October
Bursting onto the greater consciousness of Australian hip hop back in 2007, emerging from the hotbed of creativity that is Sydney’s Inner West, Spit Syndicate have proven themselves as one of Australia’s most successful and engaging new hip hop acts, with their first album Toward The Light seeing the duo of Nic Lupi and Jimmy
Two of Australia’s most electrifying hip hop acts combine to bring you the Wildside Tour, kicking off in early November. Long time collaborators, The Tongue and Spit Syndicate join forces for a national tour of epic proportions.
Since bursting onto the local music scene in 2007, ARIA nominated duo Spit Syndicate have established themselves as one of the country’s most exciting new hip-hop groups. Hailing from Sydney’s Inner West, rappers Nick Lupi and Jimmy Nice have steadily developed an electric buzz and loyal following across the country.
After coming Towards the Light, Spit Syndicate are now out of Exile with their new album. The Australian hip-hop scene had to wait two and half years to see what the Syndicate planned to spit next. Just like a hot virgin, it was worth the wait. Music Feeds caught up with Just Enough to see
ARIA nominated hip-hop group Spit Syndicate are poised to hit the road in July in support of their latest release Exile on the ‘Starry-Eyed’ National Tour.
It’s shaping up to be a big week for local hip hop releases. Both Elefant Traks and Obese have some long awaited albums dropping on Friday; Obese is releasing Spit Syndicate’s second album Exile and Elefant Traks will drop Ozi Batla’s first solo album, Wild Colonial.
Leaving behind the hype and buzz of their ARIA-nominated debut, the long awaited second album from Sydney’s Spit Syndicate is the continuation of the duo’s growth as tastemakers in Australian hip-hop.
Three of Sydney’s premier acts are teaming up to see 2009 off with a massive night of slamming hip-hop and reggae-infused jams. On Friday the 18th of December, the Oxford Art Factory will host Spit Syndicate, The Tongue and Chasm & Vida Sunshyne in what is sure to be one of the biggest nights on
‘We’ve been getting loose’, Spit Syndicate’s Just Enuf tells me as I enquire about the boys’ activities over the past few months.