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Wu-Tang Clan

Posted 27 Apr 2012 @ 2:28pm

Launching in 2010, Rap City brought DJ Premier, The Beatnuts, Masta Ace and Edo G to Melbourne, and it's returning in 2012 bigger than ever!


Jesus Christ, talk about a comeback. Featuring an all-class lineup of rap royalty, this year's headline slots have been claimed by none other than Wu-Tang's Ghostface Killah, alongside East Coast hip hop king DOOM, and Bronx native Chino...

Posted 30 Nov 2011 @ 11:10am

Jus Allah and Vinnie Paz have changed the underground world of hip hop rather dramatically over the years. With uber-producer Stoupe in tow - and a few solid recruits to back them - the Jedi Mind Tricks posse continues to tread the warpath of solid, no-holds-barred rap music that takes no prisoners.


Paz explains, "I...

Posted 7 Nov 2011 @ 3:38pm

Throw your fuckin' Ws up Melbourne, as a massive roster of talent is heading our way for what's set to be one of the biggest hip-hop lineups of the new year.


The Genius himself, GZA will be returning to our shores after the mighty Wu-Tang's recent visit. Not only that, but he will be performing his seminal 1995 album Liquid Swords in full.


If one hip-hop titan...

Posted 27 Oct 2011 @ 11:11am


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Le Kingste, Witch Hats, Andre 3000, Wu Tang Clan, Hello Vera, Dino Merlin, Ghoul, Grizzly Bear, The Unknown Mongs Of Mongolia and The Chinese Swimming Team.


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Posted 27 Sep 2011 @ 12:23pm

They certainly haven't attracted the same amount of mainstream media attention as some of their contemporaries, but a good deal of those in the know consider The Walkmen to be quite possibly the best band to emerge from New York's independent music scene in the past decade. And when you consider that's the same music scene that produced acts such as The Strokes, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Clap Your...

Posted 17 Aug 2011 @ 12:23pm

With the lineup to the 2011 Meredith Music Festival due to drop any day now, we thought we'd take a look and try to decipher the many acts rumoured to be gracing the Supernatural Amphitheatre.


We already have official confirmation that Grinderman will be taking the stage around...

Posted 5 Aug 2011 @ 11:54am

In a move that's as disappointing as it is predictable, it looks like Wu-Tang will be once again touring the country with a diminished lineup.


The first show at Sydney's Enmore theatre went ahead on Thursday August 4 without Method Man, who was confirmed in the lineup with the first tour announcement...

Posted 28 Jul 2011 @ 2:54pm

After hip hop legends Wu-Tang bring the motherfuckin' ruckus to Festival Hall, Raekwon The Chef will be making his way straight to Laundry Bar for a live set.


The event will be held to a strict capacity of 200, with a first in best dressed policy in place. Laundry opens at 7pm, with Raekwon expected to take the stage at 1am. Tickets on the door only, it'll sting you (killa beez...

Posted 15 Jul 2011 @ 12:23pm

Arriving on our fair shores in a matter of weeks, The Wu-Tang Clan are one of rap music’s longest running and most influential groups, and their new record, Legendary Weapons, continues their streak of acclaimed albums. 


The new album includes a heavy dose of Ghostface Killah alongside RZA and all of the other core Wu-Tang group members. Dark, raw tracks...

Posted 8 Jun 2011 @ 3:22pm

Well holy shit. The goddamn Wu-Tang Clan are coming to down, and believe me, they’re gonna’ bring da ruckus.


The Wu are notorious worldwide for being one of the most intense, popular and revolutionary rap groups, selling millions of albums worldwide. The nine-MC Clan is considered one of the most critically and commercially successful hip-hop groups of all time, and rose to...


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