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Live Review: RISE Featuring Mantra + Briggs + Remi + Grey Ghost - Oxford Art Factory (22.08.14)

RISE, A photo documentary of Australian hip-hop years in the making, has just been released by respected photographer Michelle Grace Hunder, so what better way to celebrate than bringing the scene together for performances which were more like mini-festivals, set in intimate gig spaces around the country? Hunder's RISE tour was a curated celebration of hip-hop, culminating in more than a handful of surprise guests, reinforcing the unique collaborative and community aspect that hip-hop delivers.

Michelle Grace Hunder's "RISE" hip-hop photography project spawns national launch tour!

Stemming from a love and passion for her work and the Australian hip-hop community, Melbourne's Michelle Grace Hunder is currently in the midst of an exciting time in her life, professionally and personally, with the upcoming release of RISE. The book, featuring 118 stunning portraits of hip-hop artists photgraphed by Hunder herself, is a project two years in the making. Funded through the massive success of her Pozible campaign, the support of artists and fans, RISE is being released next month and to celebrate, Hunder and some of her longtime mates have announced a launch tour!

Photo Gallery: Mantra + Grey Ghost + Prime - Ed Castle, Adelaide (26.10.13)

Mantra brought the noise through to Currie St in Adelaide on an awesome Saturday night. Supported by Grey Ghost and Prime, Mantra had people get amongst some great Aussie hip-hop. Alex Kwong was there.

CLOSED Win a double pass to see Grey Ghost and a copy of The Elixir EP!

Grey Ghost aka Jeremy Koren is an incredibly creative guy. A talented musician, filmmaker and graphic artist, he has made his mark over several mediums and under several names. Starting his music career under the moniker Jeremedy in much-loved Melbourne beat experimentalists The Melodics, Jeremy’s style has snowballed over the past five years, evolving into what is now Grey Ghost.

Grey Ghost spreads the 'Elixir Tour' around Australia.

Grey Ghost's alter ego Jeremy Koran should be commended for his eclectic artistic credibility. Spanning a career which sees him experimenting with visual imagery and cinematography, he melds his talents together to form a moniker which is loved by many crowds.

BIGSOUND 2013: What you should know and who you should see!

With BIGSOUND gearing up for what is going to be another successful run in 2013, we thought it'd only be beneficial to give you a comprehensive guide of what's set to go down, what we recommend catching and more - no doubt your schedules are already causing headaches from the amount of awesome individuals set to speak and perform.

the AU BIGSOUND interview: Grey Ghost (Melbourne)

Ahead of his appearance at the upcoming BIGSOUND festival, Grey Ghost told us about past BIGSOUND appearances, what he's most looking forward to at the festival, as well as three essentials for life on the road.

Album Review: Grey Ghost - The Elixir (2013 EP)

Australia’s finest MC, Grey Ghost a.k.a Jeremedy hits us with his creative explosion and second EP titled, The Elixir. Jeremedy’s second EP shows a massive amount of growth in such a short time, since his debut EP Grey Ghost in late 2011, combining the classic flow of rap verses into explosive catchy pop chorus’ blending hip-hop, rock and pop together that will stay in your head for days, whether you like it or not.

Photo Gallery: Byron Bay Bluesfest Day 4 Part 1 - Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm (31.03.13)

Byron Bay Bluesfest 2013 Day 4 photo gallery starts off with artists such as Grey Ghost, Allen Toussaint, Saskwatch, Jon Anderson and Roger Hodgson (pictured above). Photos by Johnny Au

Photo Gallery: Falls Festival Day 3 - Lorne, Victoria (30.12.12)

The third day of the Falls Festival sees bands such as Ash Grunwald, Cosmo Jarvis and Oh Mercy in the Grand Theatre and Boy and Bear, The Flaming Lips and Hot Chip on the Valley Stage. The Theatre reaches capacity for Flume later in the evening. Our photographer on the ground, John Goodridge was there to bring us some photos.

Live Review: Inertia ARIA Week Showcase - Oxford Art Factory (28.11.12)

As ARIA week is upon us, Inertia put some of their finest talents on show for the Aussie hip-hop showcase at the Oxford Art Factory last night, a night that did NOT disappoint.

Australian & New Zealand artist announcement for Bluesfest drops!

The first local and New Zealand artist line up for the Byron Bluesfest has finally landed! Joining the already killer line up that features Jimmy Cliff, Ben Harper and Robert Plant are the following:





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