01/09/2013 – In this interview Deadly Sounds speaks to renowned rapper Jimblah, aka James Albert, about his newest album ‘Phoenix’ and where he drew his inspiration.
Last year we talked to the beautiful Naomi Wenitong about her experiences with Shakaya and forming The Last Kinection
Making amusical transition from hardcore metal to Aussie hip-hop could only have been done smoothly by a band like DieVsCity
To all of the deadly dancers out there, yes we mean you! Move it Mob Style® are on the lookout for our next group of talented performers for Move it Mob Style® Season 4
Kaylah Tyson, aka Kaylah Truth, is a rapper from Brisbane who is using her knowledge and skill in the performing arts to entertain as well as instil a sense of positivity within her community
28 September 1983 will always be remembered by the community in Roebourne, WA by the death in custody of 16-year old John Pat. The 30th anniversary of this event was marked by the launch of a compilation album, Murru and is the result of over two and a half years of music workshops run by Big hART in the Roebourne Regional Prison and the community.
James ‘Jimblah’ Alberts’ star is rising fast. With his latest and much-anticipated album gaining quick traction among fans, he has already begun work on another one in-between touring
You may remember her as Lady Lash but now the proud Koogatha Aboriginal woman goes by the name of Crystal Mercy and has a more mellow approach to music
A hard core band from Byron Bay has donated their time and skill to raise money for one Australian not-for-profit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation, and two international organisations.
Today James ‘Jimblah’ Alberts will drop his second, much anticipated album while he already begins work on another in between touring
Hip hop duo Stik n Move are becoming more recognised every day having recently won a Deadly Award
Next Sunday September 29 will mark the launch of the much anticipated ‘Murru’ album
It’s not very often that you see bands creating their own genre of music, but that’s exactly what the members of this unique band have done.
It’s not very often that you see bands creating their own genre of music, but that is exactly what the unique band Classik Nawu has done
Caper performs his hit single ‘How Would You LikeTo Be Me’ at the launch of the 2013 Deadly Awards in Sydney.
The Gowrie Boys have teamed up with singer Jamie Lee Wilson to create a moving rap with the key theme of reconciliation.
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