‘Then What’ video – next Tuesday. That’s what 🏄♂️🏄♂️🏄♂️
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Lil snapshot of my NYC trip. Hermitude world tour announce (who’s coming?!); caught up with a lad I’ve wanted to kick it with for ever Nelson Dialect; Central Park show feat Hermy, A.B Original and my man Jayteehazard with the mad talent Mojo Juju, the phenomenal Tkay Maidza; writing session today with Kimbra and Clams Casino.. back soon fam
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Everyone knows the show is a vibe, the afterparty is mad, but the kick on is where the real fun happens. So i made a Spotify playlist of songs for the party after the party after the party. I’ll be updating it regularly with my favs, from the 5am bangers, to the midday “get the fuck out of my house” slow burners. Follow “The Kick On” on Spotify now. Have a sick weekend legends 👊 https://smarturl.it/ILLY.TheKickOn
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Spirit Kitchen Recordings is proud to release the debut album by Adelaide emcee, Conseps, entitled ‘Full Circle’. The project features guest appearances from Adelaide emcees Patti, Beats, Alerts, Social Change, Evolve, Subliminal and others. The album is produced by local hitmaker Ash Wednesday and features beats by Gas Gangrene, Conseps and Simplex, with DJ Dymes on the cuts.
Conseps got his feet wet performing various live shows and radio appearances around Adelaide in the 2000s. He featured on two 12-inch records with the crew Adroit Effusive (‘Part A’ and ‘Part E’) and had success on local radio with heavy-rotation of the track ‘Moeshzilla & King Kongseps’, alongside fellow Adroit Effusive crew member, Motion. Since then Conseps has released the underground classic ‘The Ice Breaker’ with friends Patti and DJ Kansel and featured heavily on the debut LP ‘The Album’ with long-time crew Adroit Effusive. Conseps has gone on to record and perform alongside some of Australia’s best underground emcees.
Full Circle features the banging tracks ‘SoufLyfe’, ‘Trust The Process’, ‘Knock Knock’ and the soon-to-be classic posse cut ‘Deadly Dose’. Atop hard-hitting beats with a mix of dark and upbeat production, Conseps tackles various subjects, with often topical rhymes, touching on personal issues, life and death, with a good blend of introspection drawn from everyday experiences. Without a doubt, Conseps is back representing Adelaide to the fullest.
Next Melbourne show July 5th at Melbourne Museum along with Alice Skye and SojuGang. Buy tickets.
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