Monday, June 27, 2011
Friday, June 24, 2011
The 2011 finalists are Itch (Melbourne), Peque (Sydney), William (Perth), Store (Adelaide), Gimiks (Brisbane), Yelz (Wellington) and Seekayem (Auckland). Also competing as a wild card entry will be 2010 champion Sofles. The night will be hosted by Melbournes own MC Briggs and will feature a post-competition performance from New Zealands MC David Dallas!
What will go down at the Wreckers Yard? The artists will be provided with a blank canvas and cans of Ironlak paint. Each round competitors will be given a theme to paint one minute before the clock starts. Some examples of themes could include greed, lust, nature, fear or freedom. The artists will then have to spray according to the theme. The judging criteria include creativity, style and theme interpretation.
The winners from each of the seven qualifiers have already scored themselves a great prize pack including Skullcandy and G-Shock gear and a trip to Melbourne to compete in the final. This Saturday the Red Bull Wreckers Yard Trans Tasman Final will determine Australia and New Zealand's best graff artist with the winners taking home a share of $2,500, prize packs and the opportunity to graff part of Red Bull HQ in Sydney.
RED BULL WRECKERS YARD
Trans Tasman Final
Saturday 25th June
The Evelyn Hotel in Fitzroy, Melbourne
Doors open 7pm, free entry
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Friday, June 10, 2011
Word Merchant, Fluent’s most diverse work to date, exhibits the unrelenting and complex flow the Melbourne emcee is renowned for. Fused with Geko’s cohesive yet varied range of compositions, the two expertly bring each track together to express the subject matter vividly. A strategically selected line up of guests feature on the album, each one bringing their own unique sound to the mix.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Wordburner Entertainment and the Corner Hotel bring you a showcase of three of Melbourne’s finest, Bias B, Brad Strut & Maundz, coming together on one stage to celebrate the launch of Bias B’s latest release ‘Biaslife’.
Support comes from the legendary Brad Strut of Lyrical Commission, performing his 2009 release ‘Fallout Shelter’ LIVE and Maundz, one of Australia’s hottest new names and winner of album of the year 2010 on Ozhiphop.com with his debut album ‘Mr Nobody’. Also hitting the stage will be DJ Dcider, Bigfoot, Ciecmate, Fluent Form, Eloquor and Doc Felix on the decks keeping the party moving between sets
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Supports from M-Phazes, Dexter, Fdel and Chris Gill
We have a limited tickets on sale for the Melbourne gig - $50 each.