Flu Releases ‘Just Some Verses I Had On My Phone’

New release features Australian artists Lazy Grey, Phil Gektor and Mata

Acclaimed Hip Hop producer Flu, has quietly released a brand new project titled ‘Just Some Verses I Had On My Phone. The 6 track release features Lazy Grey, Phil Gektor and Mata.

Flu has been carving quite the lane for himself over the past couple of years, teaming up with a number of international artists including Jah Monte, Waterr, Estee Nack & Starker and more. The journey Flu has been on as an artist has been an enjoyable one to watch. Highly revered in the underground, we haven’t seen a local producer evolve quite like this over a large number of years. It’s a testament to his work ethic, drive and determination to not just fall in with the same old, same old.

“Just some verses I had on my phone…like literally. Some old collabs etc… whipped up the beats over a rainy weekend” – Flu

Flu is totally confident in his artistry, there’s no trend hoping here. If you’re a fan of Flu’s previous work, you’ll find something here. Head over to Bandcamp and grab a copy today… you know… support independent artists and all that.

You can keep up to date with Flu on Twitter.

Source: AllAussieHipHop.com

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Calski feat Lazy Grey & Jake Biz 12” vinyl single ‘All Coming Back’ / ‘Larry Sengstock’

After a two-year sabbatical following the birth of his daughter, Brisbane Producer/MC Calski has returned with the release of ‘All Coming Back’. Featuring fellow veteran Brisbanites, Jake Biz and Lazy Grey, ‘All Coming Back’ is a heavy soul-infused boom bap reflection on times past, appreciation of the present delivered with staunch ambition.

All Coming Back Pic- cover

‘All Coming Back’ will be released on 12” vinyl, complete with clean edit, a Capella and instrumental, through OG Australian Hip Hop label Hydrofunk Records. The single is out on Saturday April 13 to co-incide with Australian Record Store Day and includes the banging B-side track ‘Larry Sengstock’. Calski doubles down with Jake Biz and Lazy Grey on features. Both tracks will be available on the forthcoming album set for release later this year – stay tuned for details.



“Both tracks were written during late 2017 early 2018 after the birth of my first child. With Jake and Lazy already being Fathers there was plenty of heavy conversation, advice and stories being shared and the gravity of the situation led to the theme of All Coming Back, where these guys could share some insight into themselves and their lives beyond being Hip Hop artists. B side Larry Sengstock is some straight up Brisbane represent shit! Lazy and Jake just brought in a book of back and forth bars they’d written together over the demo beat I sent. No chorus, no hooks, just a banging beat with some iron heavy bars. It’s a good way to compliment the A side which is a more serious track with the standard 16 bar verse, chorus, 16 bar verse, chorus, 16 bar verse, chorus format”. – Calski

Calski has been a consistent presence in the Hip Hop community in Australia since the early 2000’s. Known for his unmistakable production and thoughtful lyricism, Calski is also a mix engineer, DJ and multi-instrumentalist, playing bass, keys and guitar.

The lyric video combines both tracks. The first two verses of All Coming Back with the first part of Larry Sengstock.

Having supported the likes of Ghostface Killah (USA), Public Enemy (USA), Total Eclipse (USA), The Herd, Urthboy, Mantra, Spit Syndicate and Joelistics, Calski has long been considered a peer amongst Australian Hip Hop greats and attributes his style to the influences of Pete Rock, 9th Wonder, DJ Premier, Black Milk, Apollo Brown and more.

Calski Feat Lazy Grey & Jake Biz 12” vinyl single ‘All Coming Back’ / ‘Larry Sengstock’ available now in limited numbers here

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