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POW! Negro – ‘Jasmine & Licorice’ EP

Written by on 27 July 2017

Holy smokes! Fremantle has been brewing up one hell of a psychedelic, hip hop explosion to shake our booties to! Funky six-piece group POW! Negro have followed up two smoothly sublime singles with their debut EP - a jazzy number dubbed Jasmine & Licorice. The six tracks are a fluid mixture of foot-stomping rhythms, fierce vocals and fresh [...]

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Aeonic, Losty, Sole Option Triple Launch

Written by on 17 July 2017

16 July, Hudson Ballroom The fact that MCs, DJs and producers are taking over Sydney’s Inner West is proving there is a cultural awakening among a younger generation who are bursting with creativity and hungry to express themselves through rhyming and making beats that will rock your socks off. The Hudson Ballroom in the CBD dedicated [...]

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Mixtape: Miss Blanks

Written by on 17 July 2017

Australian rapper, Miss Blanks, is your local fashion icon, internet celebrity and hip hop star, serving up unapologetic and raw raps and a stage presence like none other. Between her hot style, fire lyrics and an ass to drop jaws, Miss Blanks’ presence on the Australian music scene is becoming harder to ignore. Miss Blanks has already made her [...]

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Ziggy Ramo: On Giving A Voice To The Voiceless

Written by on 6 July 2017

In the heart of NAIDOC week, Ziggy Ramo is here to tell us that apathy is just not good enough.  The political and passionate voice of this young Indigenous hip hop artist is imploring our society to get up and speak out for what is right. Whether his message is mental health, Indigenous rights or speaking [...]

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Q&A: Coin Banks

Written by on 26 June 2017

Answered by: Coin Banks Where do you hail from? I was born in Melbourne and moved to Perth just over ten years ago. Give us your wicked-cool backstory: My parents are both Polish refugees who made it out to Australia to give my older brother and I a chance for a better future – and what did I [...]

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