The Australian hip-hop community has come out in force with their reaction to the recent actions of Bliss N Eso‘s Max MacKinnon, who apologised yesterday for publishing a series of misogynistic photos. Many have condemned the MC for his actions, while also acknowledging a wider problem facing the Australian hip-hop scene. MacKinnon, also known as
Following last week’s release of Chance Waters‘ latest tongue-in-cheek dispatch from the thick of 21st Century Australia, The Ticket Inspector, the ode to “every over-compensating, power-crazed dick” has now received a hilarious music video, starring none other than comedian Akmal Saleh. “As a teenager my brother got assaulted by a ticket inspector for over-riding a
Ever the one for tight lyricism and tongue-in-cheek humour, Chance Waters, who has an LP set for release later this year, has unveiled his most recent single as an ode to “every over-compensating, power-crazed dick.” Naturally, he’s decided to dub it The Ticket Inspector. “As a teenager my brother got assaulted by a ticket inspector
Aussie hip hop artist and producer Chance Waters has today announced he’s hitting the road, with the much-loved Sydney beatmaker and wordsmith coming to a venue near you this April and May with his show A Transit Officer Beat Up My Brother So I Wrote A Funny Song About Him. We get the feeling Mr
Aussie rapper Chance Waters has returned with another taste of his upcoming new album, which is due for release early next year. The new song, Bonnie, is accompanied by a unique music video, while the track is an unlikely collaboration with Sydney-based alt-pop five-piece The Griswolds. Waters’ last single, Looking For Something, likewise saw the
Melbourne’s favourite all-ages festival, Push Over, will be back for its 22nd year in 2014, taking over Sidney Myer Music Bowl on the Labour Day public holiday, Monday, March 10th, and offering a smattering of glorious hip hop, rock, indie, hardcore and punk for you to feast on. If you’re into a bit of Aussie
Following the success of ARIA Week 2012, organisers have decided to make 2013 even bigger. An Excuse To Get Loose will be Universal’s major ARIA Week event featuring performances from Andy Bull, Chance Waters and The Cairos, and Music Feeds wants you to be there! To get you in the mood, Music Feeds is offering
The lineup for the Woodford Folk Festival 2013/2014 has arrived. The event is set to help you ring in the new year in style, with some of Australia and the international scene’s most lauded and beloved folk, rock and roots artists including Beth Orton, The Basics, and Clare Bowditch! In its 28th year, Woodford organisers
Like Jay-Z and Beyonce before them, Sydney pop chameleons The Griswolds and Aussie hip hip producer Chance Waters have found unlikely love, proving that they really are the jam and Vegemite of the music world – and what better way to celebrate than to hit the road together?! The two acts have been shacked up
With just over one week to go, Brisbane’s Live It Up under 18s festival has released the final timetable for their day of teenage madness at RNA Showgrounds, and with but two stages to choose from you’re unlikely to miss out on much, with the likes of The Amity Affliction, Northlane and The Getaway Plan
You have most likely heard by now that Sydney-based rappers The Tongue and Chance Waters provided some gripping drama for many of us earlier today. The two went at it following reports that The Tongue had ragged on his peer in an interview, and it soon became obvious that this battle cannot be won by
Interview with Chance Waters at Big Day Out 2013 with competition winner Katie O’Niell. Thanks to Logitech!
I wish they had all under-18 gigs like this when I was younger. The Amity Affliction has been announced as the headlining act for the debut gig from Live It Up Music Festival. Taking place in Brissy, the maiden fest has unleashed a weapon of a lineup. As well as Amity, Aussie hip hop don
Chance Waters has released the official film clip for his hit single Young and Dumb, a video which was made the help from crowd sourced video sent in by his fans. Check out the results above.
You’d have to be living under a rock not to have noticed the recent success of Aussie hip hop artist Chance Waters. Now with another smash hit single under his belt, Maybe Tomorrow, the rapper has announced a series of dates along the East Coast. Maybe Tomorrow has been met with tremendous approval from fans
Chance Waters has released a clip for his new single Maybe Tomorrow, which, in a few days will also appropriately appear as the theme song for National Geographics new series Doomsday Preppers internationally.
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
Music video from Sydney hip-hop artist Chance Waters (formerly Phatchance), for his title track Infinity taken from his forthcoming album of the same name.