“To have peace you have to despise hatred with a passion for peace and attack it.”
Prophets Of Rage wanna come fuck shit up.
Clear the way.
The rap legend is trying to clear his name.
Time to embrace the Rage
The supergroup has arrived, and it’s making America rage again.
Get ready to rage.
“There’s a lot more to it. There are a lot of moving parts.”
CALM LIKE A BOMB.
Kevin Wells says it was like a Wayne’s World moment.
UPDATE 17/12/15 5.50pm: Soundwave 2016 has been officially cancelled. It’s finally here, the Soundwave 2016 drip-feed has burst and the festival’s first major lineup announcement has arrived, featuring headliners heavy metal titans Disturbed. That’s right, prepare to get down with the sickness. Announced live from Music Feeds studio in an Australian first, Soundwave’s latest 2016
Seminal hip-hop act Public Enemy have helped Jimmy Kimmel close out his talk show’s brief tenure in Brooklyn with a fist-pumping musical guest spot. The veteran rappers busted out a supercharged six-and-a-half-minute medley of their incendiary 1990 classic Fight the Power, which also included snippets of Man Plans God Laughs and 911 Is a Joke.
Following on from the barnstorming success of Straight Outta Compton, Hollywood is wasting no time getting other a-list hip hop properties onto the silver screen. While we heard recently that a Death Row Records film has been green lit, the latest news in tinseltown’s love affair with the pioneers of hip hop being that Def
Hip-hop legends Public Enemy have announced their 15th album Man Plans God Laughs and set a release date for today because since Beyoncé surprise-dropped her album humans are incapable of waiting anymore. The LP is their first since 2012’s The Evil Empire Of Everything and is a “commentary on the 21st century in this technological
For many, Golden Plains is more than just a music festival. It’s the sister festival to Meredith Festival and although younger in age it’s often referred to as the more mature sibling. A smaller ticket allocation makes for a more intimate experience. Some of this year’s headliners, including Public Enemy, and LA-based beat making extraordinaire
The image of Public Enemy conjures thoughts of militant politics and street-bred revolution. But even with song titles like Fight the Power and classic music videos prominently featuring the band’s personal protection force, the Security of the First World (S1Ws), they’re entertainers to the core. So much so that what is arguably their most accomplished
Groundbreaking hip-hop icons Public Enemy have dropped out of an upcoming Australian tour date scheduled for the Newcastle Panthers Club on Thursday, 6th March, citing a scheduling conflict. The militant rap outfit will now play just one New South Wales date at Sydney’s Metro Theatre. The group was initially announced as one of the headlining
The world collectively mourned today as news flooded in of the passing of Nelson Mandela, legendary anti-apartheid leader and universal activist for peace. Mandela died on Thursday, 5th December in his Johannesburg home at the age of 95 after a series of lung infections. Mandela spent his life battling racial injustice in South Africa, fighting
The generation defining Public Enemy clearly love Australia, and judging by the rate at they’re locking in Australian shows the feeling is mutual. With a schedule almost bursting from festival commitments, the gang have now announced a run of headlining performances seeing them stop off just about everywhere that counts. The week commencing Sunday, 2nd
Aunty Meredith is giving you Public Enemy, You Am I, Flying Lotus, Yo La Tengo, and more!