Raps for COPMI (Children of Parents with a Mental Illness)
Four Seasons by Koolta
Quick note on this guy, he won the 2011 Hilltop Hoods initiative, wherein APRA and Hilltop Hoods granted $10,000 to produce his debut album, The Extraordinary Average Joe, which is due to be released this month (July)
There’s some new releases by
Def Wish Cat
Soon to be released
Full Tote Odds - Place Your Bets
Gargoyle - Sink or Swim
Koolta - The Extraordinary Average Joe
Deuce Kicks - Counter3
Australian Hip Hop
download their new ep in the link below.
Drinking From The Sun, 2012
There’s a lot of argument from people that Hilltop Hoods have changed. Yes, their sound has changed, it doesn’t sound as raw as it used to and there’s more of a melody component to it. Put that aside, their lyrical skills are just as awesome as when they first started back in 1991. Just like any other musician, their music grows over time and changes with the demand from the public. 21 years. That’s a long time to expect music to stay the same.
All that aside, I love this song as much as I love every other one of their songs.
By Loose Change
I know it’s been a long time guys, and thank you for sticking with me. Things have settled down a bit and I figured it was time I got the Australian hip hop thing going again, thanks to the Hilltop Hood’s new album which I’ve been blasting in my car for weeks on end and I’m still not tired of. So in my return I give you this gem by Loose Change. Let’s get things back on track.
Fluent Form - “4 Aces feat. 1/6 and Mata & Must.”
“Who the Fuck” - Mata & Must
Paradox of Minds, 2009.
“Smiles” - Tuka
Tuka has been getting some air time at the station recently, which is of course awesome. Pretty chilled and mellow, if you’re looking for something a bit quieter and not so in your face, I’d definitely recommend listening to Tuka.