“It might be the most menacing record we ever make together,” says Johns.
This 14-year-old just did ‘Like A Version’. What have you done today?
His first solo tour in over five years.
A new direction for the Gold Coast producer.
Time to dig into some local hip hop for a good cause.
Melbourne’s eighth annual Face The Music conference just got a whole new list of speakers for 2015, including internationally renowned producer M-Phazes (pictured), Bluesfest Director Peter Noble and Rolling Stone‘s Australian Editor-in-Chief Mathew Coyte. Other speakers added to Face The Music’s lineup today include Sophie Miles of Australian independent record label and touring company Mistletone
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
Fresh from a tour of the US, Meg Mac is once again working with renowned producer and rapper M-Phazes (real name Mark Landon), who has previously worked with Eminem, Kimbra, Bliss n Eso and Illy. The 24-year-old’s involvement with M-Phazes was confirmed on Facebook today, with M-Phazes posting, “Working with the amazing MEG MAC today,
Adelaide-born singer-songwriter Sia has won the APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) Songwriter Of The Year award for the third time, cementing herself in Australian music history as the first songwriter to ever receive the award three years in a row. Sia was given the nod at the 2015 APRA Music Awards last night, where she
Daniel Johns has been announced to perform at the 2015 APRA Music Awards heading up a jam-packed lineup of old and new Aussie talent. Johns, who has been away from music for almost eight years, will make the live debut of Preach from his Aerial Love EP which was released last Friday. A host of
Plus wins for Paramore, Jack White, Kendrick and more
Local stage canned over “operational, logistical” issues.
Brisbane singer-songwriter Thelma Plum has announced an east-coast tour off the back of her brand-new single How Much Does Your Love Cost?, the first taste of her forthcoming EP Monster. Plum’s debut EP Rosie focused heavily on her talents with an acoustic guitar but Monster will take on a brave new direction, and after selling
50,000 people packed into Suncorp Stadium on Thursday, 20th February for the Rapture Festival. Headlined by Eminem, the festival became not only a celebration of hip-hop music, but due to the rapper’s massive medley of a setlist, a celebration of the career of arguably the greatest rapper alive. Hip-hop fans will debate until they’re blue
Eminem‘s highly-anticipated Rapture hip-hop tour will kick off next week at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium and organisers have now announced that award-winning Australian producer M-Phazes will join a lineup featuring Kendrick Lamar, J Cole, Action Bronson, and 360, as the opening DJ. “It was an awesome experience to support Eminem on his last Australian tour so
It blew minds all over the country when it was revealed that one of our own was an integral part to the upcoming Eminem record, MMLP2, and now the M-Phazes-produced cut Bad Guy has its own Making Of clip, going from the first beat to the final version of the track. Speaking on the track’s
For another year, Melbourne’s annual contemporary music summit Face The Music is shaping up to be another relevant and topical event on the national music industry calendar. Today heralds the announcement of the full conference program, which will bring some of the biggest minds in the biz all together in one room. One of the
It’s no secret that Australian producers have some solid studio chops and it looks like Eminem has caught on, with the rapper’s upcoming album, MMLP2, featuring the work of Aussie producer M-Phazes on the track Bad Guy. Fans will already be familiar with the wares of M-Phazes, real name Mark Landon, who’s previously worked with
I have a confession to make – I’m a bit of a hip hop traditionalist. I like my massive snares, a kick that feels like a punch to the aortic valve, a few soul samples and some damn funky groove man! So when M-Phazes dropped Hilltop Hoods’ Nosebleed Section and demanded the crowd sing it,