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Photo Gallery: Elefant Traks 15 Year Anniversary Party (Day Two) - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne (23.11.13)

Alex Kwong shoots the second day of the 15th Anniversary Party thrown by Elefant Traks in Melbourne. The day featured Joelistics, Urthboy, The Tongue, Sky'High, Jane Tyrell and Last Kinection (pictured).

Elefant Traks celebrating 15 years in the business with two massive shows in Melbourne and Sydney each.

15 years is a remarkable time for any company, but to celebrate the milestone, Elefant Traks are throwing two massive shows in Melbourne and Sydney each! Coming to venues near you in November, the label's roster will be showing off their goods over two nights of awesome music in each city.

Live Review: Dr Seuss Meets Elefant Traks - GRAPHIC Festival at Sydney Opera House (11.11.12)

It was hard to know what to expect from the Elefant Traks crew when this show was hotly announced a couple of months prior. Part of Sydney Opera House’s Graphic Festival – which is essentially a festival dedicated to animation – many were excitedly curious as to how the well respected hip hop crew would create a meeting of styles between their Australian brand of hip hop and the inimitable style of Dr Seuss's characters and world.

Home Brew Announce National Tour for August!

New Zealand's Home Brew are bringing their infamous partying ways to Australia this August! Their self-titled debut record was celebrated by throwing a two day-long party in an old brothel and the chaos continued as the crew toured Home Brew through their home country. The album was critically acclaimed (the first hip-hop album to debut at #1 in New Zealand since 2003) and Australian audiences will soon be able to get a taste of the material performed live!

Tour Updates: Rap City Announces Supports & Special Guest, Cub Scouts Add Brisbane Date to Tour, Silverstein Announce Supports and more.


Killah Priest, longtime associate of the Wu-Tang Clan, has been added to the 2012 Rap City line up. Set to appear alongside Ghostface Killah, DOOM and Chino XL, Priest is an excellent addition to an already stellar cast of hip-hop icons. Also announced are local support acts for each leg of the festival, as listed below.

Adelaide: Dialect and Despair