PREMIERE: Frame – All Black

Local Melbourne artist, Frame, has just dropped off an early Christmas present that comes in the form of a bracing new single, titled ‘All Black‘.

Carrying instant appeal, the record details a harmonious journey about falling in love on a spontaneous night out. Moreover, ‘All Black‘ hears Frame ride a wave of charming and magnetic energy, which creates a warm atmosphere while invigorating the listener. Continue reading “PREMIERE: Frame – All Black”

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EXCLUSIVE: This is Wellie

If there’s any rising Melbourne artists you should have on your radar, it should be Wellie. The local and up-and-comer has been turning heads recently with his introspective and thought-provoking new single ‘Spacewalker‘ (prod by. Black Canvas).

The track hears the emcee delve into issues like depression and loneliness, steering away from the status quo of subject matter in today’s Hip Hop landscape. Continue reading “EXCLUSIVE: This is Wellie”

PREMIERE: Benny Sinclair – Got Somebody

Following a year-long hiatus from music, Melbourne based hip-hop artist and boxer Benny Sinclair recently made a return, dropping his first single for 2018 with ‘Fly Away‘.

Today Sinclair brings us his second and final single ‘Got Somebody‘ in preparation for the release of his forthcoming album ‘Don’t Take It Personal‘, which is scheduled for release on December 14th. Continue reading “PREMIERE: Benny Sinclair – Got Somebody”

PREMIERE: Gradi – FENGSHUI

Following the success of his recent releases, local upcoming artist, Gradi, has returned with yet another eruptive single, titled ‘FENGSHUI‘. The track comes in preparation for his forthcoming debut EP, which is set to drop later on this year.

Moreover, on ‘FENGSHUI’ Gradi differentiates himself from the rest of the culture by reflecting on both his worth ethic and personal values. Continue reading “PREMIERE: Gradi – FENGSHUI”

EXCLUSIVE: Defron unveils his forthcoming project ‘Maybe You’ll Be Famous When You’re Dead’

After releasing his first instalment Haiku (Poor Little Humpty)’ last month, the veteran Melbourne-based hip-hop artist, rapper and poet, Defron, is now ready to unveil the full length project that is ‘Maybe You’ll Be Famous When You’re Dead’.

At 13-tracks-long and inspired by novelist Charles Bukowski’s ‘Factotum, the project is set for release on all platforms on November 16th, and is entirely produced by fellow Melburnian and newcomer, Entelechy. Continue reading “EXCLUSIVE: Defron unveils his forthcoming project ‘Maybe You’ll Be Famous When You’re Dead’”

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