DJ MAX GLAZER INTERVIEW

Max Glazer moves dance floors from New York to Jamaica to China. As co-founder (along with Kenny Meez) of the ground breaking and taste making Federation Sound he has spent the last 15 years bringing dancehall and reggae to the masses. Max has worked with an almost never-ending string of artists on their rise to

CHRONIXX INTERVIEW

He’s been touted as the next Bob Marley and attributed to sparking a “musical revolution”, at just 21-years old, Chronixx has earned himself the reputation as the one to watch for his energetic live performances and conscious, jah-inspired jams – or as The Guardian put it “dishing out lessons in the real three Rs: Rasta,

BLAK TWANG INTERVIEW

The debut album from Blak Twang, “Dettwork Southeast” is widely considered by to be one of the best UK Hip Hop albums ever made but up until recently it was only in existence to a lucky few. That has now changed as eighteen years later the album finally gets a release through Sony Music with

MICHELLE GRACE HUNDER INTERVIEW

Beginning her career in professional photography just three years ago, Michelle Grace Hunder is now considered one of the most revered Australian urban culture photographers. Nearing the release of her highly anticipated photographic book-RISE, a detailed insight of her personal journey into the world of Australian Hip-Hop, Michelle also spreads her creativity prowess into a

GUILTY SIMPSON INTERVIEW

Detroit MC Guilty Simpson says Quakers are “Super talented and I’m honoured to work with them”. He’s talking about Sydney based, Katalyst; ‘Fuzzface’ aka Geoff Barrow, formerly Portishead and 7-Stu-7 who is Portishead’s engineer and in-house producer at Invada Records in the UK. With a new album due out early next year via his label

COIN BANKS INTERVIEW

Hailing form Perth, Coin Banks has released his long awaited debut solo release “Heads”, featuring Ta-Ku, Homeboy Sandman, 20syl and Atom from C2C, Like from PAC DIV and others. Cutting his teeth in Perth Hip Hop group The Stoops, Coin left in early 2012 to pursue new projects – including the Coin & Ta-ku collaborative

MR. CLEAN INTERVIEW

If you were rapping in late 90’s you probably knew all the dudes in your local scene, before Facebook, before YouTube, even before you could hear Hip Hop on the radio. Mr Clean’s had established his underground moniker and is no stranger to some of the biggest names in the Sydney Hip Hop scene today.

L-FRESH THE LION INTERVIEW

The past few years have held great promise for L-­FRESH The Lion. The 25 year old MC, currently residing in Melbourne, has come a long way since his days as an emerging artist born and raised in South West Sydney. Creating a name for himself with his versatile catalogue and engaging live show, he has

ESSA INTERVIEW

It has been ten years of solid experience cultivated by UK Rapper Essa (formerly known as Yungun), winning praise upon praise from the likes of NAS, Cody ChestnuT, and Mark Ronson to name a few. His first album released in 2004 through Janomi Records called ‘The Essence’ played a huge part in his expansion outside

@PEACE INTERVIEW

Bharu — B Haru, not like the last syllable of Subaru, but B. Haru of @Peace is a gentleman. You can read how eloquently he expresses (between the lines of course) for any hater on their debut album, Plutonian Noise Symphony, to go fuck themselves. We must vote because we live in a genius invention