Monthly Archives: January 2009

Video: Pez & Drapht at JJJ Hottest 100 party

Singer-songwriters noted for ‘The Jimmy Song’ and ‘Festival Recard’ get amongst the punters at Paramatta Park.

Numbers 7 and 10 respectively… nice work Pez & Drapht.

Pez video launch @ Hi-Fi, Melbourne!

You live in Melbourne? You need to be here. This is the biggest sh*t ever. Seriously. If you miss it, you risk being ostracised by friends, family and members of the local rap community. Do. Not. Miss. It. Comprehende?

Pez x Bliss N Eso x Sydney

Sydney heads… come and show your support and get yo’ grill on camera!

Know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em

Whattup to all my gamblers. Think you’ve got the Triple J Hottest 100 winner in the bag? Then head over to Centrebet and try your luck… The Mars Volta and Sage Francis are paying some really good odds!

Seriously though, you can tip ‘The Festival Song’ for that Number One Spot at $14.00 (ranked equal 10th with Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds), or you can go head-to-head with Vampire Weekend’s ‘A-Punk’ at odds of $2.05 (or $1.75 if you’re leanin’ towards the Weekend for a win).

And if you’re looking for an easy double-your-money bet… well, ‘Sex On Fire’ looks as safe as houses. Good luck!

‘The Festival Song’ video shoot – preview pics!

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Yep, it’s that time of the year you’ve been waiting for for months now… ‘The Festival Song’ video is almost here. And we have a bunch of preview pics snapped at the Phillip Island shoot now online for your perusing pleasure.

If you want to be among the first to see the video, get yourself some tickets to this pronto… should be a rockin’ night.

I’m probably late on this…

…but it’s too awesome to let slide. Tougher than leather.

Drunk Girls & Disco Fights

Regardless of how you feel about the artists formerly known as Weapon & Ken, you can’t front on the sheer dopeness of this mixtape.

A departure from the ForthWrite-drenched banger Scar-Non 3: Kick To The Head (their last street offering), this one is purely a seamless mix of outstanding rap/soul/electro from the past 12 months, with a few classics (Culture Beat, anyone?) and new X & Hell joints thrown in for good measure.

Git ya download on, you might be pleasantly surprised.