The 3000’s favourite neighbourhood joint – Saint Side – and yours truly are joining forces for 1 week only.
In store from Dec 3rd.
Sydney artists James Jirat and Aaron Kuswara have come together to make some killa patches and pins. Mashing iconic names in hip hop with iconic band logos from metal you can now flex these patches next time you’re asked So what sorta music are you into?
To see the full range or pins and patches click below.
The lil homie Christopher Kevin Au has dropped his debut single under the name 24 KARAT KEV and oh how fucking glorious it is. Press play and revel in this tounge-in-cheek self-depricating masterpiece. Mini cameo in there too for the shop haha.
Black Milk is a master of beats and rhymes, renowned for his top-flight production, insightful lyrics and thrilling live shows. Far from your typical rap act, he has steadily added new sounds and styles to his repertoire while working with a diverse group of collaborators – from Jack White and Robert Glasper to his own band Nat Turner.
As a producer, Black has held down his hometown of Detroit for over a decade, working with the city’s top talent including Danny Brown and the legendary Slum Village, who gave him his start on their album The Trinity. On his own, he’s created a catalog of solid solo rap albums: Popular Demand (2006), Tronic (2008), Album of the Year (2010), No Poison No Paradise (2013) and his latest If There’s A Hell Below (2014). He also teamed up with Guilty Simpson and the late Sean Price to form the supergroup Random Axe. In 2015, Black released a live instrumental album, The Rebellion Sessions, with his band Nat Turner.
Saturday 19th November – Hudson Ballroom, Sydney
Discounted tickets on sale in store. Only $30 (save $10)