• MMAD Calling Out Rappers To Fill Album!

    MMAD2015 Music making A Difference - Calling Out For Musicians

    Right now, MMAD (Music Making A Difference) is calling on all music artists to participate in this year’s album for National Youth Week 2015.

    This will be the second annual National Youth Week release from MMAD who are requesting for rappers, singers and recording artists at all levels to submit single tracks for consideration to be added to their second album.

    Songs should reflect the theme 'It Starts With Us' and MMAD encourages all young artists to participate in the album.

    The deadline for submission will be Saturday, 7 March 2015.

    The album will be available April 2 to coincide with National Youth Week (8 - 17 April) and will be free to download on iTunes, Spotify and

    A panel of industry representatives from APRAlAMCOS, Sony Music Foundation and Universal Music will judge the entries. Tracks that best describes this year’s National Youth Week will be selected  and will feature on a double album, It Starts With Us.

    Last year’s album featured guest appearances from Bliss N Eso, Justice Crew and long time international hip-hop legends Public Enemy.

    This community-driven project is a great opportunity for unsigned artists to gain exposure.

    This project has been made possible by the support of MMAD sponsors APRAlAMCOS, Universal Music and the Sony Foundation.

    MMAD is a community-driven outreach program that helps in the juvenile corrections facilities around Queensland and NSW.

    Our Vision: Every young person has someone who believes in them and the opportunity to live their full potential.

    Our Purpose: To inspire young people to make positive choices so that they can find their place in the world.

    CEO of MMAD, Dominic Brook said:

    “Music is a powerful way to help young people express their thoughts and feelings, and more than ever we feel that by giving kids their own voice, they will be able to tackle whatever it is that is going on in their lives in a positive way. At MMAD we see young people every day affected by some pretty big issues that impact  the whole community, so we want to give them an opportunity to collaborate with each other and come together, whatever their background, through music and find positive solutions to their concerns.

    “Basically, we are helping young people transform their lives by learning how to break negative cycles in their life.

    “We do this through music, dance and mentoring.”

    MMAD's podcast show made in Kariong JJ, features the guys from Bliss N Eso dropping some inspirational bars of wisdom.


    For further information or to submit a track, visit

    For further information about MMAD and its programs, visit


  • Ladie Killers Aerosol/Graffiti Workshop Melbourne.

    Ladie Killers Aerosol/Graffiti Workshop Melbourne.

    Ladie Killers Workshop Melbourne Ladie Killers Workshop Melbourne

    Book your spot now for an aerosol/graffiti workshop with  Lady Killers POISE (WA), ISHK (SA) , SEAR (VIC) and GUNZ (NSW).

    FRIDAY JAN 17th 2014 Get in quick to avoid disappointment!! Workshops open to ALL AGES, male and female and ALL skill levels! Fee includes all materials, your own board to take home, all safety equipment, a BBQ lunch and a Ladie Killerz gift pack! $40 for 1 session or $60 for BOTH!! *Discounts available for 2 or more family/friends booking together. If you want to do a workshop but don't have any funds-email us anyway and state your case- SEAR is sponsoring 4 free spots to the keenest of the keen!! Bookings ONLY taken via email.

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