Australian Hip Hop Album Reviews

  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. Album Review: Vic The Bitter – Side Affects

    Album Review: Vic The Bitter – Side Affects
    Album Review: Vic The Bitter – Side Affects   Vic The Bitter – Side Affects   From the west side of AUS, Vic The Bitter has blessed us with a giant release. The “Side Affects” Lp is an extremely bass heavy, full-strength, brusque example of Australian Hip-Hop in its raw but refined form. The type of release that is not...
  5. Album Review: Must Volkoff - Aquanaut

    Album Review: Must Volkoff - Aquanaut
    Must Volkoff – Aquanaut From the unfathomable bathymetric depths of the Universe, swims the 2nd production album from Must Volkoff – Aquanaut. The album’s title lends itself to grand imagery, metaphors and marine-like depth, which can be said for the music itself. Just take a few moments to mull over the title in your head, then apply it when listening...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. Album Review: SheaButter - Above Average 7"

    Album Review: SheaButter - Above Average 7"
    I received the Above Average 7" last year when I performed as a support act for SheaButter's release launch on the 18th of Nov. Meeting people is a great way of determining ones character, real recognise ya'll. Rendrz and SheaButter were extremely humble, when Shea started his set I knew it was gonna be dope. His style had a little...
  9. Review: Punch - Everything That Eats At Me

    Review: Punch - Everything That Eats At Me
    Punch - Everything That Eats At Me (Review) From the depths of the Brisbane Hip-Hop scene comes Punch with his debut solo release Everything That Eats At Me. Punch has been present in the scene for a while now, working on various crew projects and supporting the likes of Trem One, Brad Strut, Hired Goons, Lazy Grey, Jake Biz, Suss One...

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