Street Struck magazine is a Melbourne based limited edition publication focusing on all elements of graffiti. Issue 02 is 80 pages and packed full of high quality mostly unseen pictures. Including full colour productions, legals, tracksides, panels, blackbooks & bombing; from some of the city’s (and its visitors) most active writers.
Features include GDS CREW, LEO ONE and blackbook entries from PUDL, PRESTO, ISPY & JOHN KAYE.
The magazine is limited to only 500 copies.
Speaking of this Friday; if you’re in the area head down to Obese Records Prahran between 4pm & 5pm to meet Jes, Tuka and Morgz. You could have your copy of SO WE CAN REMEMBER signed by the guys!
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This year the crew at Obese Records Prahran will have local DJs and producers – Sheriff Rosco, Dyl Thomas, Alter Ego and Slap618 – dropping by to spin a selection of hip hop, funk, soul and more.
Expect limited edition RSD releases from local labels Crate Cartel, Pang Productions and Elefant Traks plus (fingers crossed) some US stock.
BURN CREW have printed a limited edition RSD t-shirt exclusively for the store and available on the day.
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The crew at Obese Records are set to resurrect your faith in hip hop this Easter Sunday blessing the dance floor with old school classics, dance floor rump shakers and underground head bangers. Taking you to church is Melbourne’s turntable Queen – DJ Ayna, Discourse (Crate Cartel), Slap618 (Obese Records) and T-Nuc (Rawthentic Records) with Carl Allison on the visuals/VJ tip. Be born again with the testament of real hip hop this Easter Sunday. Give-aways from Obese Records throughout the night.
make sure you swing by the instagram page and check this weeks vinyl drop! http://instagram.com/obese_retail
Featuring 192, 120gsm acid-free cartridge pages enclosed in a sleek black exterior, these blackbooks come equipped with an elastic closure band, an internal document pocket, a ribbon book-mark and bonus stickers.
Available in four sizes: Small (portrait orientation – 21 x 13cms) Small (landscape orientation – 13 x 21cms) and A4 (portrait orientation – 21 x 29.7cms) and A4 (landscape orientation – 21 x 29.7cms).