Monthly Archives: June 2010

Pez puts it on The Line

The Line is a new Commonwealth Government campaign aimed at promoting happy and healthy relationships, by taking a stand against violence and abuse.

Soulmate artist Pez (pictured right) is one of the faces of the campaign, along with fellow recording artists Lisa Mitchell, Maya Jupiter and Tenielle Muslin. At the launch of the campaign last week, Pez played an acoustic version of ‘Shine’ from his debut A Mind Of My Own along with musical partner Raymes.

Read more about The Line here.

Ante Escobar on Skryptcha’s ‘Numbers’

All Aussie Hip Hop gave us a first look today at the cover of the new Skryptcha album Numbers, which features our boy Ante Esco on beat duties.

With contributions from Domingo, Chasm, Jase, M-Phazes and Rachael Berry, it should be a burner. Out July 23.

Video: 360 ‘Take Off’ behind the scenes

360 & Styalz Fuego talk about the making of, and inspiration behind, ‘Take Off (Sky Is Falling)’.

Carnival Cinema on the cam & edits.

Video: In Good Company x Top Billin cypher

Syntax and the lads dropped in on Sheriff Roscoe & co a couple of Friday nights ago to drop some live bars, here is the result. Enjoy.

360 ‘Take Off (Sky Is Falling)’ added to JJJ

360’s ‘Take Off (Sky Is Falling)’ has today been added to spot rotation on Triple J.

You can help keep it there by doing the following:

  • tweeting Rosie ur fkn awesome pls play 360 ‘Take Off (Sky Is Falling)’ 4 me 2nite to @triplejsr
  • texting your request to 1975 7 555
  • calling with your request on 1300 0555 36
  • visiting the Triple J Super Request page and submitting your request via web form

We will absolutely love you for it.

New music: 360 ‘Take Off (Sky Is Falling)’

First official preview from the upcoming 360 album Falling & Flying, due out later this year. Produced by Styalz Fuego.

What do you think?

Mixtape: In Good Company

Our Gold Coast homie Syntax (that’s him with the hat and Abe Lincoln-esque facial hair) has embarked on a collaborative project with Whisper (of Equills fame) and A-Diction (emcees Boltz and Breach) called In Good Company.

It’s a free mixtape of all-new, all-original material, featuring input from everyone from Penrith pretty boy Tommy Carson to Broken Tooth head goon Ciecmate to man-of-the-moment M-Phazes. And as far as free mixtapes go, it’s definitely worth the price of admission. Ha. Just kidding, it’s a nice little drop.  Download In Good Company here.

Syntax’s full length debut The Musical drops soon.