Posted by Kristian Hatton
22. Aug, 2012
|August 24, 2012|
Triple awesome! Australian hip-hop artists PanOptics, Illlevel, Rapaport have all recently released huge albums, and this will be THE party to celebrate truely talented Aussie Hip-hop culture at its finest.
Illlevel is a collaboration between Hip Hop legends Querator and Liones, who have concocted a multitude of talented vocalists and producers to create their debut LP, Spirit Level.
Panoptics are local favourites Julez, Manix and DJ Sizzle, who have one of the biggest reps in the underground for bringing quality back into a game that sorely needs the whole fresh element they provide. These guys are pure entertainment, good vibes and fun, and my personal favourites. They recently released the Shoulders of Giants EP.
Also from Sydney, we have grime-tyme rudebwoy and Big Village label masterboss Rapaport, who is playing his new mixtape – Patterns – out for your pleasure.
WHEN: Friday, 24 August, 8pm-3am
WHERE: The Laundry Bar, 48-50 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
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