Tasmania’s festival circuit is well and truly thriving, with Breath Of Life returning for its third year in 2014, today dropping its massive first lineup announcement starring rap duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, electro heroes Empire Of The Sun and hip hop legends Public Enemy. The Launceston festival favourite is set to take place over
The annual Golden Plains festival is returning to the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre in 2014, with the first official ticket ballot imminent. Meanwhile, the organisers have announced the first band on the lineup, none other than hip-hop icons Public Enemy. Elder statesmen of hip-hop, game-changers in the field of production, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Legendary hip hop group Public Enemy have released their latest single Get Up Stand Up, a collaboration with Minnesota rapper Brother Ali, using the digital file sharing service BitTorrent. In a blog announcing the collaboration, BitTorrent explained that fans who input their email address can unlock a bundle including the song’s music video, studio outtakes
The judge overseeing the felony assault case against Flavor Flav must be a serious Public Enemy fan. The rapper was given the all-clear to reschedule his arraignment date in court so he could attend the group’s induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. The ceremony for was already locked in for Thursday, 18th
Public Enemy hype-man Flavor Flav will stand trial to face charges of child endangerment and assault with a weapon. As reported by USA Today, the rapper – real name William Jonathan Drayton Jr. – could serve up to 12 years in prison if found guilty of the 2 felonies. A judge deemed there was enough
Serial mad dog Seth Sentry has done us super proud while representing Australia at SXSW – not only did he score an opening slot for an LL Cool J gig off the back of a solid set on at the Bold Stage, but he will also be performing on the very high-profile Jimmy Kimmel Live
One of the most proficient turntablists to have ever existed DJ Lord safely resides in the highest echelons of hip-hop royalty, chilling up there with the likes of Grand Master Flash, Jam Master Jay, Mix Master Ice, and Jazzy Jeff, but come Saturday, 16th March, DJ Lord will be cutting sick at the Newtown Hotel.
Although it happened back in 1998, Public Enemy’s Chuck D won’t let it go. For those that don’t remember, the dark side of the 1998 release of Godzilla was the accompanying soundtrack. Similar to this year’s release of Men in Black, accompanied by a Pitbull track, the film about the green dinosaur came with a
Just as promised, today has brought with it the announcement of the finalists selected to be added to the illustrious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Selected for their immeasurable influence on music and society, the inductees included Rush, Heart, Public Enemy, Randy Numan, Donna Summer and Albert King. The weight of the announcement has
NME has reported that arguably the greatest hype man of all-time, Public Enemy’s Flava Flav, has been arrested in Las Vegas for assault with a deadly weapon following a confrontation with his fiancée’s teenage son. Flav, real name William Drayton Jr, allegedly threatened the teenager on October 17 with a knife in a house located
Twenty-five years in the game and Public Enemy are still the best. In celebration of the landmark, the hip hop legends plan on two back-to-back releases, funded by donations from their fans.
Playing in front of a solid home crowd, Seth Sentry was more than comfortable opening for Public Enemy in Melbourne.
Seth Sentry may have been fresh off the plane from Brisbane, but it’s the audience that seemed jet-lagged as early attempts at crowd interaction were met with a lackluster response. However, Sentry persevered and began to win over the still-arriving punters with his casual style and smooth lyrical flow. The Melbourne rapper lead The Metro
Prince made his way to Ivy late last night following another successful Allphones Arena show in Sydney.
Public Enemy are back and in a huge way. Since 1987 this politically charged group have been influencing and entertaining, and twenty-five years later there is still no stopping then. They are taking Aus by storm for their 25th Anniversary with Groovin The Moo sideshows, and last night at Brisbane’s Hi-Fi was no exception. With
In anticipation of the return of iconic hip hop group, Public Enemy, as part of the 2012 installation of Groovin’ The Moo national tour, Music Feeds are excitedly counting down the days until they touch down on our shores for both the festival and their own headline tour. As a result of this, over the
Hey Gen Y, what do we believe is our greatest challenge in life? WAITING.
Public Enemy have announced a run of Australian tour dates to coincide with their Groovin The Moo 2012 tour.
It’s that time of year again. Yes, the folks who reside in inland Australia have watched in envy as the capital cities get to embrace summer with absolute envy, however now the tables have turned as the ever amazing Groovin’ The Moo 2012 line-up is announced. Consisting of some of Australia’s best acts currently, alongside
American hip-hop collective Public Enemy have told media that they will release not one, but two albums this year. Last year’s plead for fans to help fund their next records must have proved effective if they are able to record two albums within a year. The first album, titled Most Of My Heroes Still Don’t