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750 Rebels – Visionaries


With an emphasis on quality designs and garments Australia’s hip hop pioneers, the 750 Rebels are set to launch their new clothing based web store.

The 750 Rebels have been active as a collective within hip hop culture in Australia for almost 20 years and have solidified their place among the greatest crews in the country.
Their “hockey style” logo – designed by graffiti pioneer Malis – is immediately identifiable and synonymous with the group’s unapologetic approach to music and art.

For the past decade 750 have sold out their limited logo print T-shirts and hooded jumpers upon printing having rarely met the demand that existed for their clothing.

With the new web store 750 Rebels aim to not only fulfil the demand for their product but introduce new and limited designs, kicking off with their “Visionary” crewneck jumpers.

Inspired by the Los Angeles based skate and footwear company Vision Street Wear, the crew have reinterpreted the celebrated branding with a focus on the future.

Having vision requires the knowledge of what once existed and the focus to reimagine the possibilities of what can be, the way we dress is an extension of our individual creativity.

With roots entrenched in the traditions of hip hop music and culture the infamous 750 Rebels have their sights set firmly on the future of their brand, and beyond that, the future of global streetwear.


The 750 ‘Visionary’ crewneck jumpers are available tonight from 7:30pm AEST at www.750rebels.com. These are mad limited. Don’t sleep! 

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Tornts – Life Death Truth 

Hellsburnian Tornts remains one of the most consistent artists in the country with his latest offering Life Death Truth officially dropping today. Handling the majority of production himself, Tornts drops sinister street visions in his signature style. Available for purchase direct on his band camp page. Hired Goons!!

 

Rest In Peace Prodigy 


Sad news… Prodigy of Mobb Deep has passed away at the age of 42 after a life long battle with sickle cell anemia. R.I.P.

LAZY GREY – THE RIDE TO FIGHT MS

On Sunday the 18th of June Lazy Grey will ride 50km for The Ride to Fight MS – Brissie to the Bay.

Riders hope to raise $1.5m for MS Queensland who provide invaluable care, support and hope to ensure no one has to face MS alone. This includes therapy sessions, accommodation, free phone advice and case coordination, ensuring people living with MS live as independent a life as possible.

To show your support click on the link below and sponsor Lazy with a few dollars.

Thanks everyone for your support and props to LG!

Kings Konekted ‘Corrupted Citizens’ album launch

Tonight down Melwayz.. Get There!

NASIMOTO

If you’ve ever wondered what you get when you mix the sperm of a Queensbridge thoroughbred street poet and the alter ego of a Californian ill loop digga.. Ponder no longer cause here it is; Nasimoto is a mix of Nas accapellas over Quasimoto instrumentals compiled by David Begun. The bearing of this bambino is 21 songs of pure musical delightment, if you’re familiar with these artists then your ears are in for wonders. Hit it from the Get Down!

 

Planet Asia – ‘Made It’ ft. Rozewood & Hus Kingpin

Planet Asia dropped a dope lo-fi EP earlier this year entirley produced on a SP-1200 by Sonny Vintage. Visuals for the joint ‘Made It’ featuring Rozewood and Hus Kingpin surfaced a few days ago. Catch the wave below.

Record Store Day 2017

I know where I wanna be tomorrow!

420 Day X DaVillins – ‘How High’ video

2017 just keeps on giving! Wake and bake to the new DaVillins ‘HOW HIGH’ video featuring BRNGTN. Taken from the Cashmere Dice EP produced by Dj Skizz. Bong!

750 Rebels – Magnum Opus

Overproof Pete cooked up some abstract visuals to accompany the Kold Heat song ‘Magnum Opus’. We don’t know what to think of this one yet… It’s something different that’s for sure!

 

750 Rebels – Pig City / Magnum Opus 7″

Karsniogenics announces the official release of the 750 Rebels “PIG CITY / MAGNUM OPUS” double A-Side 7inch vinyl for World Record Store Day, April 22, 2017.

Following on from the full-length album “KOLD HEAT” released late 2014, the team at Karsniogenics have put together a limited edition 7 inch vinyl release specifically for this years WRSD.

The A-side joint “PIG CITY” artwork pays homage to Brisbane band THE PARAMETERS “PIG CITY” track originally recorded at 4ZZZ radio and released in 1984. The release has provided it’s name to Brisbane author Andrew Stafford, (PIG CITY; from The Saints to Savage Garden) focusing on the Brisbane music scene and tracking the political climate from the 1970’s to the 2000’s.

The AA-side joint “MAGNUM OPUS” was a personal favourite of the artists and well received by 750 fans alike. To celebrate this release the crew has cooked up an abstract piece of visual art to accompany the song, which will be available via the Karsniogenics YouTube channel on our online preorder day, Wednesday April 19.

Korewrekt ft. Dengar, Fett & 88 – ‘Join Pull Leather’

I  purchased this CD on a whim from Rockinghorse Records in 1998. ’98 was a time of true creative experimentation, before the ‘ozhiphop’ branding and everything coming out Australia wide sounded refreshing. As far as I can tell, it’s a CD only release named ATOMIKLEE by a Sydney producer KOREWREKT?

The song ‘Join Pull Leather’ features FETT, 88 and the unmistakable vocals of DEFWISH who goes under the nom de plume DENGAR. Hit the comment section with any corrections or further information you can add. Peace!

Milano – The Way We Were

This is on the top of a ‘shit we missed’ list I put together over the weekend. Playing catch up ain’t no fun like when the homies can’t have none but there is a bunch of stuff that’s worth sharing as a reminder of how good this year is shaping up already.

Milano Constantine ‘The Way We Were’ produced by Dj Skizz and Marco Polo – holy fuck! This has been banged daily since release date, if I had to sum it up in one word it would be; “Cocaina!”.

Evidence – Throw It All Away

The wave continues with a new video released today by LA’s dilated rainmaker Evidence. ‘Throw It All Away’ sounds like EV has been experiencing some gloomy weather of his own. He goes in with that signature slow flow style delivering a tale of taming the cyclone within. Alchemist provides the backdrop with a classic synthetic drum break and a mind bending string sample loop. No news on a new solo album at this stage, it’s been a minute between storms since Cats and Dogs in 2011.

Crush City Fame in store

Starvin B and the Crate Cartel in store at Crush City tomorrow afternoon.