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Rainman Album Launch @ Laundry Bar

Posted by Alexandra Spangaro

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July 6, 2012
8:30 pm

Aussie hip-hop fans, listen up, this one’s for you! Australian hip-hop artist, Rainman, is performing in Melbourne this week to celebrate the release of his debut album, Bigger Pictures.

After recently receiving a nomination in the 2012 Queensland Music Awards, it’s clear this fresh MC has got some serious talent.  While Rainman may not yet be a household name, having performed with range of international acts, like Grandmaster Flash and Ice Cube, along with local heavy weights such as the Hilltop Hoods, there is no doubt he soon will be.

Supported by a plentiful line up of other Aussie acts such as MC and producer Claski, and DJ duo Crate Creeps; a trip to Laundry Bar this Thursday is sure to fulfil your hip hop needs.

WHEN: Friday 6 July, 8:30pm
WHERE: Laundry Bar, 48-50 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
WEB: facebook.com/events/373249982738436/


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