A pivotal force in the evolution of hip-hop, Public Enemy have imprinted their legacy deep into modern consciousness. CRACK MAGAZINE
Ranked by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the 50 greatest artists of all time, Public Enemy re-wrote the rules of hip-hop when they arrived in the late 1980s. Their reputation is golden, purveyors of a unique, layered avant-garde inspired sound that incorporates sirens, skittering turntable scratches, and cleverly juxtaposed musical and spoken samples. This is hip-hop royalty that will have the Chevron Festival Gardens bouncing.
These guys are going to slay on the festival circuit and on summer radio. But you should see them first, so you can tell all your friends you did. DRUM MEDIA, SYDNEY
The Brow Horn Orchestra are one of Australia's most in demand party bands. Perth-based, with a bunch of east coast tours under their belt, their live show can not be ignored. The high-energy brass n’ beats five-piece play genre defying, dance demanding, pop music laced with an irrefutable energy, live electronics and a heavy dose of global sounds.
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Thur 13 Feb 2014
Ladi6’s sound is a hypnotic, summery tonic. Home Brew Crew meld hip-hop with melodic horn lines and guitar riffs
Thur 27 Feb 2014
Leaders in experimention, this unique collaboration promises to surprise and inspire.
Tue 25 Feb 2014
Mixing heartbreak and desperation with lashes of hope, the songs from his new release are psychedelic soul stories that need to be heard.