In its Australian premiere What The Day Owes To The Night is a breathtaking display of talent in a way that makes you feel mesmerized by its beauty but also taken aback by the sheer powerfulness of the performance.
World famous choreographer Anne Nguyen is highly revered in France for her ability to transform the recalcitrant reputation of hip-hop dance into something mysterious, raw and pure.
Dads Warehouse is making its debut in Adelaide with a new festival, The Exhibition, showcasing a variety of Adelaide's best hip-hop artists.
As Yet Unheard is hip hop meets classical meets beat boxing meets choir singing meets 'DJ'ing and wow does it work.
From Tokyo, Japan, comes this youth dance troupe with the world premiere of a new work exclusive to the Adelaide Fringe.
In the spirit of sharing the love of Dance and Pilates with the wider community, Stomping Ground Studios in Stepney has announced its inaugural Open Week to be held at the end of June.
360 all ages show on Friday night at The Gov saw the hip hop superstar perform to a healthy mix of young and old fans. Cool, calm and collected was his persona on stage, and as always, it’s steady deliverance was consistent and certainly to no disappointment of anyone in the crowd, perhaps jealousy to […]
In addition to the action both on and off the track on Day 2 of the Supercar Circus that is the Clipsal 500, the music offerings were a little different than previous years, with the Friday evening’s performances being decidedly Hip Hop all the way.
Dylan Joel is a rap artist who does not adhere to the archetype in any way. About to release his first album and step-out on an Australia tour, we spoke to him about his influences and passions
This sequel to 2012’s tribute to Kung Fu films of the past combines hip hop music with the nostalgic tale of a 19 Century subjugated community rescued through the bravery of a local lad and a mysterious stranger.
A man with more AKAs than Prince, Teren Delvon Jones, is a seasoned rapper and hip-hop artist. Over the years he has gone by the monikers “Del the Funkee Homosapien”, “Sir Dzl” and “Del the Ghost Rapper”, amongst others.
Hip Hop artist Mau Power had a massive year in 2014, which included the release of his fantastic album The Show Will Go On and the thought provoking single Freedom featuring Archie Roach
Melbourne Hip-Hop artist Seth Sentry is quite laid back about his imminent tour of the country, and due to overwhelming demand he’s confirmed a second Melbourne show for his upcoming Run Tour in February and March. Seth will be bringing Canberra’s Citizen Kay and Perth’s Coin Banks along as supports on his national headline tour.
Rapper and Aria award winner Illy just ended his national “One For The Cities” tour here in Adelaide last weekend. But there’s no rest for the wicked as the Melbourne hip hop artist gets back on the road in January to tour parts of the Eastern seaboard, and appear on the bill for Canberra motor festival, Summernats
After nearly a decade, pioneering Australian hip-hop trio 1200 Techniques are back with a new EP, ‘Time Has Come’, reflecting on the group’s history and telling stories about the early days of hip-hop in Australia
The genre Ghersi is working in could be described as hip hop, though it keels very heavily towards the experimental side of the genre and is about as different from the Australian-accented raps over sped up loops of old soul music that our country is currently at the forefront of, as chalk is from cheese
It can be tough to transition from being a recognized drummer to being a front man or solo artist. Just ask Dave Grohl from Foo Fighters/Nirvana! Fortunately though, Cam Gilmour has moved from playing drums for Melbourne rock outfit Behind Crimson Eyes and for hip –hop artist Illy and has done so in a most surprising way. His new EP ‘Anhedonia’ (released October 7) is both unexpected and particularly refreshing. Unexpected in that it is nothing like you would expect from a rock/hip-hop drummer, but refreshing in that it captures pure emotions in its genteel beauty and substance.
Bringing Sexy Back to Adelaide for the first time since 2007, Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience World Tour has all the element’s you’d expect from a mega star that has traversed several mediums of performance hyper successfully. It’s chic, bold, and no doubt the result of a huge production budget, but gets off to a slow start and gradually builds momentum as the show progresses. Fortunately, the visual spectacular makes up for the initial minimalist approach and adds weight to the whole JT Experience.
When picturing an all-ages hip hop gig, one may be forgiven for being haunted by images of baggy-panted teens running around a moshpit swearing and bumping into people. But 360’s Utopia Tour on Saturday 13th September at Thebarton Theatre couldn’t have been more different
Being the first MC/Rapper from Thursday Island to record, Mau Power is travelling his own unique road to success and his new single ‘Freedom’ featuring Archie Roach is both inspirational and brilliant in equal measure. A lyrical storyteller hailing from Thursday Island in the Torres Straits, Patrick ‘Mau’ Power’s own story is one of redemption and freedom in itself.