Album Reviews

  1. Album Review: Caustic Yoda - Mutant Beats

    Album Review: Caustic Yoda - Mutant Beats
    Album Review: Caustic Yoda - Mutant Beats There's a saying they use when describing the vast pool of musicians in the Blue Mountains Hip Hop scene, 'There must be something in the water.' If this is the case then Caustic Yoda's studio must be built on an ancient spring. Caustic Yoda is a multi instrumentalist, beatmaker, turntablist, producer, visual artist...
  2. Album Review! Jygantix - Dangerous Goods and Services

    Album Review! Jygantix - Dangerous Goods and Services
    Album Review! Jygantix - Dangerous Goods and Services   The tone of this album is set right out of the gate. A dark, raw story of the falsehood of our monetary idols and a journey into the underworld. I like to think you can tell when an emcee produces their own work, it brings an autobiographical flavour to both the...
  3. Album Review: Crooked White – Confessions LP

    Album Review: Crooked White – Confessions LP
    Album Review: Crooked White – Confessions LP Crooked White – Confessions LP   Confessions is the newest release to drop from Brisbane MC and vocalist Crooked White. The Cairns FNQ raised talent is also the front man for Schoolfight and long time hook man for Triple3. This album showcases the variously titled MC's strengths as a solo artist, effortlessly flowing...
  4. Album Review: Helen Earth – Hell Hath No Fury

    Album Review: Helen Earth – Hell Hath No Fury
    Album Review: Helen Earth – Hell Hath No Fury Queensland emcee Helen Earth creeps out the fiery underworld with her debut album Hell Hath No Fury, taking no prisoners and cementing herself as one of the most technical and raw female emcees in this country. The viciousness and energy that she projects is ferocious, also her ability to change up...
  5. Album Review: Flu - Fludust

    Album Review: Flu - Fludust
    Album Review: Flu - Fludust Starting this review has caused much trepidation, mainly due to the multifaceted and complex nature of the writing displayed within this LP, it’s as though somehow I want the review’s intricacy to reflect how crazy Flu’s writing is, but alas, the music speaks for itself, and nothing I write does this album justice. The return...
  6. Album Review: Claz - The Beautiful Distraction

    Album Review: Claz - The Beautiful Distraction
    Claz – The Beautiful Distraction June 14th saw the release of “The Beautiful Distraction,” the debut L.P from Adelaide’s own Claz. It’s the third release from the ill young talent, having previously released “Living In The Meantime E.P” and 2016’s extremely well received “7th Floor Blues” mixtape. “The Beautiful Distraction” is Claz’s finest and most professional work to date, no...
  7. Album Review: Flu - FTIBAG

    Album Review: Flu - FTIBAG
    F#ck This I’m Buying A Gun This film/album is monumental. Full stop. If the writer of this article attempted to foolishly describe this release in full detail, then he would be a beardly man with many a forgotten dream. FTIBAG is so layered, textured and brilliant. It is the sort of film that surreptitiously works on all of your senses...
  8. Album Review: Context - Rogue Astronaut EP

    Album Review: Context - Rogue Astronaut EP
    Context - Rogue Astronaut EP Cover Boom bap. It’s a phrase used loosely in this astrological age. Context & Jimmy Flipshyt are names synonymous with the genre. Transmitting their dusty frequencies through the stratosphere for what a mere mortal may perceive as thousands of Earth days, it’s fair to say they have been making noise in Melbourne for quite...
  9. Raw Intelligence by Graphic (an interactive experience)

    Raw Intelligence by Graphic (an interactive experience)
      ‘Raw Intelligence’ delivers a stern warning for our futures and for the futures of our children. Not since The Herd’s ‘77%’ has Australian hip-hop experienced such a slamming indictment of geopolitics and the pain of its toil on home soil. From Graphic: This project TAKES AIM at a range of topics. Looking with the power of FIVE EYES, no...
  10. Seth Sentry 'Strange New Past' Album Review!

    Seth Sentry 'Strange New Past' Album Review!
    Seth Sentry Strange New Past Strange New Past by Seth Sentry   Strange New Past finds Sentry still on his before and after as delivered on This Was Tomorrow, only this time on the Frankston MC’s follow-up release, he’s less the comic, baring himself in a narrative that plays out more like a confessional for an MC described as...

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