For the latest installment commemorating the 10th anniversary of his untimely death and release of the “Donuts” album, a line-up of artists & DJ’s from Sydney will be paying homage to the man who shaped a new sound for hip-hop that inspired beatsmiths, MC’s and music lovers around the globe next month.
If you’re a fan of the late, great hip-hop producer and will be in Sydney on 13th February, you need to be at PLAY BAR. Click on the photo for further details.
It’s come to the end of 2013 – I can’t believe it’s December already – and everyone is starting to think about what they’re going to be doing or where they’ll be next year.
New Zealand born producer Amin Payne has had a massive year and yesterday he decided to top off a great 2013 with one last final gift to us all – a free download of his latest tune – a rework of J Dilla’s ‘Don’t Stop’.
For the second year running, join Condensed Milk at The Evelyn to celebrate the life and creations of J Dilla who brought us some pretty damn amazing and inspiring music throughout his lifetime.
An audio-visual tribute to one of the world’s loved and missed recording artists.
A special treat is also being offered for the first 100 people to walk through the door and make a donation, with all donations on the night will going to the J Dilla Foundation.
I have to admit, I am super sad that ’25 Nights For Nujabes’ has come to and end.
Night 1 did not seem all that long ago, and yet here we are at the end with Night 25. Ta-ku has created such a beautiful series of songs dedicated to the late Nujabes, that I’m sure both will be remembered for a long time to come.
Ta’Ku’s 25 Nights project is worth of truly inspiring and magical moments.
I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
This next edition of the ‘After Dark Adventures’ is a pretty special one.
2012 has been a pretty crazy year for The 5 to 9 Life. Not only did I get to do some travelling, but I also was introduced to some new Australian talent – musicians, beatmakers, artists, writers, athletes, and the list goes on.
As a writer, I have been lucky enough to interview some of these people that I’ve been introduced to, and so I was very excited to have recently been given the opportunity to interview the talented Ta-ku.