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Mistress OC – ‘Control Alt Delete’

Written by on 8 December 2017

The Australian hip hop scene is a flourishing movement with participants of all ages, genders and ethnicities. Mistress of Ceremony aka Mistress OC is a hailing hip hop artist from Melbourne and after taking a year’s hiatus she has just dropped her latest album Control Alt Delete. Her lyricism is reflective and her choice of [...]

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Omar Musa – ‘Since Ali Died’

Written by on 5 December 2017

Many artists are becoming the voices of society, opposing the current discourse of ugly nationalism, racism and sexism that Australia can be a beacon for. They signify the start of an awakening for what a new Australian narrative could be like; a re-imagining of a fairer and more equal society. Rapper, author and poet Omar [...]

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Joe Mungovan – ‘Another Night, A Distance From Here’

Written by on 30 November 2017

Currently spending his summer touring the East Coast of Australia, Joe Mungovan is about to make our summer that much greater. Seven luscious summer tunes, supported by magical instrumental backgrounds, Joe Mungovan has an EP everyone should be excited about. Listening, I envision the perfect summer road trip. You know, that typical wind in your [...]

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Space Monk – ‘Space Monk’

Written by on 22 November 2017

This EP made me feel like sinking schooners with the boys in the vacuum of space. I first listened to Space Monk’s self-titled EP Space Monk in the car on a Friday afternoon. After a week of working in retail during Christmas preparations, it provided me with the perfect weekend transition vibes. A big weekend. [...]

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Miss Blanks – ‘Diary Of A Thotaholic’

Written by on 21 November 2017

Miss Blanks has been dubbed the next big thing in Australian hip hop. Her jaw-dropping performance at BIGSOUND left everyone without a doubt in their mind that Miss Blanks is one of the most powerful voices in Australian music. Her debut EP Diaries Of A Thotaholic solidifies her as both a master of popular catchy hip [...]

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SIA – ‘Everyday Is Christmas’

Written by on 17 November 2017

Produced by Greg Kurstin, who has worked on the Aussie pop star’s previous three studio albums, Everyday Is Christmas goes beyond the average Christmas album and will soon become just as common of a household essential as Michael Buble and Mariah Carey’s holiday tunes. It is absolutely everything you would expect from Sia. Sia deserves [...]

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Sampa The Great – ‘Birds & The BEE9’

Written by on 14 November 2017

Born in Zambia, raise in Botswana and based in Sydney, Sampa The Great has collided both international and local sounds into a beautifully produced 13-track mixtape. Birds & The BEE9 is both deeply intimate and outward looking. With influences from neo-soul to gospel to hip hop, the stripped-back lyrics and smooth instrumentals create way for [...]

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Crocodylus – ‘Christian Syrups’

Written by on 13 November 2017

I've always felt that a very telling sign of any truly great artist is divisiveness. Odd as it may sound, a band that performs in front of an audience, leaving one half in awe and the other in disgust is a band truly worth taking note of. A great band evokes conversation, both positive and [...]

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PNAU – ‘Changa’

Written by on 10 November 2017

The Australian dance music trio PNAU have just dropped their lusciously fizzing album Changa. Lead by Nick Littlemore of Empire Of The Sun fame, along with Peter Mayes and Sam Littlemore, Change follows on from their massive triple-platinum selling summer anthem Chameleon. The striking new album will get everyone up on their feet and ready to groove. PNAU unfailingly deliver the [...]

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Suburban Dark – ‘Death From Below’

Written by on 9 November 2017

As the spirit of Halloween has just blown past leaving its chill behind, the latest Suburban Dark album conjures the sound of ghoulish noises in scary proportions as it takes samples from horror flics and adds bass music to them. Death From Below is the Sydney duos second release and it truly is a dark [...]

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