PREMIERE: Melbourne’s SERU Levels Up With Fraksha on New Single ‘Dead Zone’

Levelling up with is artist on the rise Isaiah Seru aka Seru. Residing in Melbourne, Seru has been putting that work in, having released multiple new tracks within the last month. All of which show promising signs of things to come. His new track ‘Dead Zone’ featuring the don of Melbourne Fraksha is no different

The team here at aahh! are proud to serve up Seru’s latest single and accompanying visuals, directed by Joe Ninety and released by TIMELE88 Visuals Dead Zone echoes strong grime influences with a touch of Aussie flavour. Stylistically, a considered approach has been taken, which is laid out in a clip on some dapper shit.

I’m the boss of the comrades
caviar with the cognac
cuban cigar with a top hat
I’m the new face of this aus rap

Seru is one to keep an eye on, you can find more of his work here. We suggest you check it out. You can follow him on Instagram here and Fraksha here.

Original Source: AllAussieHipHop.com

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PREMIERE: The Eggman Searches For Answers On New Track Origins

Here we have the brand new track from rapper The Eggman. The track titled Origins, searches for the inception of consciousness and life while recognising ones very own temporary existence.

Inspired by underground artists such as Suicideboy$, Night Lovell, and Denzel Curry, Origins features heavy production, utilising big drums and a fat 808 to accompany ominous synths and deep vocals.

 

Dropping alongside the audio for Origins, comes a spacey set of visuals which was shot and edited by Brayden over at Fun Films. Be sure to check that out above and expect more explorations from The Eggman soon.

Source: AllAussieHipHop.com

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Tigermoth “The Phantom” Releases Lead Single From “Gung Fu” (Hydrofunk Records)

Somewhere in the musical ether that connects arrays of genres, you’ll find Tigermoth floating through sounds, and feeding off different eras. A healthy dose of Electric Jazz, Boom Bap, psychadelica, […]

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Somewhere in the musical ether that connects arrays of genres, you’ll find Tigermoth floating through sounds, and feeding off different eras. A healthy dose of Electric Jazz, Boom Bap, psychadelica, world music, and LA beats, make up his musical diet.

Born in the Chinese year of the Tiger, Tigermoth’s (a.k.a. Tim Paterson) beats take you on an aural journey. He is a multi-instrumentalist who chooses to express himself using turntables, samplers and FX. His intelligent mixing attests his abstract turntabilism, while his film background and jazz leanings allow him to compose sets that tell a story.

A prolific producer, Tigermoth has multiple solo releases, and is in high demand for his remix and soundtrack work. He has recorded, performed with and supported a vast array of artists including GZA (Wu-Tang Clan), DJ Krush, MF DOOM, Jon Wayne, Guilty Simpson, Phat Kat, Del the Funky Homosapien, Oh No, Kool Keith, EL-P, De La Soul, The Opus, Gaslamp Killer, and Cut Chemist.

“The Phantom” is the lead single from Tigermoth’s upcoming LP “Gung Fu”. Both the single, and the album are released through Hydrofunk Records, and distributed worldwide through Keep The Feel Ent. / Alpha Pup Records.

As with the album the “The Phantom” video is a sampled collage of East meets West, that takes it cues from Tarantino “pulp” as much as it does Hip Hop. Utilising some upbeat 70s Bollywood funk, and Zen Buddhist inspired narration, “The Phantom” perfectly introduces the themes of “Gung Fu” – evil and good, life and death, yin and yang, but carries it’s story through the lens of a comic book aesthetic – both entertaining and subversively enlightening. You can pre-order Gung Fu 12″ via the link here.

Source: AllAussieHipHop.com 

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