• Drapht


    Ever since Jimmy Recard hit top 10 in the 2008 Triple J Hottest 100, it’s like everything Drapht touches turns to gold. His proceeding fourth album (and first as an Obese Records alumni), 2011’s The Life Of Riley produced some of the best singles in Australian hip hop history, earning a staggering seven ARIA nominations, […]

  • Allday


    Having dropped out of art school to focus full time on music, he successfully lived off stolen sachets of microwave rice for months on end. Oh, and managed to drop multiple mixtapes, slide into triple j’s world famous Hottest 100 Poll with ‘So Good’, debut an EP at #1 on the AIR chart (and #18 […]

  • Tuka


    Sydney based hip hop artist Tuka has produced a staggering volume of work over the past decade both in his capacity as one third of acclaimed hip hop outfit Thundamentals and as a solo artist. Tuka released his debut solo album “Will Rap for Tuka” in 2009, showing a breadth of stylistic, lyrical and production […]

  • SpitSyndicate

    Spit Syndicate

    Meeting in high school through mutual friend Solo of Horrorshow, Nick and Jimmy soon discovered they shared a love of rap and decided to form a group. Deciding – somewhat hastily- to call themselves ‘Spit Syndicate’, they began performing gigs while still at high school and quickly built a reputation around Sydney as ones to […]

  • dylan-Joel


    Australian musician Dylan Joel is unlike most otherHip-Hop artists, standing out from the crowd with his exceptional singing voice, clever wordplay, socially aware lyrical content, that when combined, form a very unique take on Hip-Hop. Two years in the making, Dylan’s debut album ‘Authentic Lemonade’ showcases his musical dexterity, taking on the role as co-producer […]

  • GillBates

    Gill Bates

    Gill Bates is the new name behind Australia’s modern and ever-growing RnB movement. This fragrant new talent from Brisbane holds a diverse energy that can exist anywhere between sensual and abrasive, with beats that allow his lyrics to strive in their dark and digital environment. This contemporary and forward-thinking rapper has built his momentum quickly […]

  • Mallrat


    Introducing 16-year old powerhouse Mallrat. Gearing towards total alt-scene domination comes Brisbane-based hip-hop powerhouse Mallrat, the elusive teen slaying rap/pop/electronic fusion with her debut offering ‘Suicide Blonde’.  At just 16, the young artist has already sat pretty in the Triple J Unearthed High charts, added to rotation across community radio as well as being picked […]

  • Manu

    Manu Crook$

      One of Sydney’s finest up and comers has won triple j’s unearthed competition and will be playing at Come Together Resident triple j hip hop expert Hau Latukefu has also given Manu the thumbs up. “I think 2016 is going to be a good year for the big fella. It feels like he’s just […]