Finally we’re getting to see Part 2 of what was original titled “The Making of Spitshine” but now seems to be “Behind Spitshine”. This video series is a quick visual and audible look at what went into creating Spitshine. A nice little marketing reminder that Urthboy new album is due out very soon.
Low Budget will be touching down in Perth on the 14th August at the Rosemount Hotel, so make sure you head down and support both Low Budget and more importantly Flowlab, who have whats looking out to be great run of shows coming. Entry is $10 on the door, so theres really no excuse for not coming except maybe if someone just died.
Flowlab Presents Low Budget @ Rosemount Hotel, North Perth
Video clip for the track Summer Time, which you can grab on the album Pulse Of The People or the EP on iTunes.
This music video was directed by Tao Ruspoli
You can now get all you Gully Platoon info over at MySpace thanks to the setup of their new MySpace page. Head over to the Gully Platoon MySpace and check out their current two tracks Bank Job & Coat of Paint. Also, don’t forget the groups debut album, The Great Divide is due out on Obese Records on August 7th.
Update: Now it’s been released you can head to iTunes and grab Gully Platoon’s debut album The Great Divide.
Over at Triple J you can catch an exclusive preview of the new Obese Records hip hop “supergroup” (can everyone please stop calling it that?) Gully Platoon’s single Coat of Paint. All i’m going to say before you preview this track, is that the bassline is fat, so simple, yet so fat.
Head over to Triple J Home & Hosed now and get your Gully Platoon fix.
Update: You can also now head to iTunes and grab Gully Platoon’s debut album The Great Divide.
Off the recent Hyjak & Torcha album Unregrettable we now have a video to what looks like the lead single. Check out Hyjak & Torcha – No Regrets feat. Murs below and if you like what you’re hearing, head over to iTunes and grab a copy.
Theres a real nice review of Lazy Grey‘s new album The Soundtrack over at OzHipHop.com, written by Gerling. The review really breaks down why I think alot of people on first listen of The Soundtrack, are going to pre-emptively toss it aside. Thats the worst thing you could ever do as Lazy Grey and Dave V definately grow on you after 2-3 listens.
So read the review here and if you haven’t bought the album yet, you can buy Lazy Greys – The Soundtrack here on iTunes or grab a cd here.
Theres another new album on the horizon, this time from Sydney crew That’s Them. That’s Them’s 18 track debut album, Stay Up is due out August 1st on LookUP and you can check out some previews at LookUPinTheSky, at MySpace or embedded below.
That's Them - Stay Up
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