The BLOCKBUSTER is an all new design released for summer 2012/13. We currently have all prints in mens sizes S – XXL. Tees available exclusively in store and online
Happy release day Urthboy. Limited quantities of the signed CD, moleskin book and poster pack now in stock.
Co-produced by Hermitude and Countbounce, Smokey’s Haunt is an incredibly produced album of storytelling, flow and melody. Urthboy is at his peak, weaving tales of the city with his past and present; celebrating life with a collection of songs balanced by the tension of light and darkness.
Having built his friendships and networks over a fruitful career thus far, Illy set about selecting vocal appearances from both well-known and underground emcees, Bring It Back features Pez, Thundamentals, Reason, Mantra, Grey Ghost, Raven, and more. Production credits going to M-Phazes, Trails, Taku, Billy Hoyle, and One Above.
Lyrically Illy employs hindsight to explain the existence of his current philosophies on the industry, relationships, envy, and creativity, as well as the odd trademark braggadocio anthem thrown in for good measure. As polished as ever, Bring it Back showcases Illy’s aptitude for engaging penmanship and resonant song formation to flawless effect.
Limited signed copies available today.
Hearing Not Listening is the latest solo release from DFTC producer, DJ and MC, Dazed, dropping today on CD. Limited Edition Vinyl (only 100 pressed) will be available next week.
The album reveals a reflective honesty often lost in today’s bipolar and fragmented local scene. A true head dedicated to pure, hard hitting hip hop, Dazed delivers stories of his past with raw sincerity, straight up battle raps with support from a range of guests and original sounds.
Featuring production from Discourse, WIK, Realizm, Ante Esco and Ciecmate. Guest verses from the DFTC and Centre Left crews as well as Baptist and Rezadent. Hearing Not Listening is genuine hip hop from a genuine local artist bringing the goods. “It’s a part of me, as much as my girl and my family, Hip Hop is my therapy from mundane and insanity.”