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Special Thanks goes to Draino, who inspired this site based upon his work with the Oz/Rap Cella. Thanks to Mark Pollard, who also inspired this site with his work in Stealth Magazine and is an immense source of information. Blaze, Tony Mitchell and more…

Shoutouts to the D.I.A. Crew.

Our site is the Australian Hip Hop Directory and we try to provide a wide coverage of everything happening within the scene, including News, Releases and Tours.

Our aim is to reduce Spam, increase Unity in our scene and to increase the effectiveness of our Marketing, and most importantly, to present it all for the fans in a way that is organized, easy to browse and without Spam.

Please let us know if you have any questions, suggestions, or if you would like to volunteer to help contribute to the site.

We’ve made it for the community so we really value any feedback.

Peace.

The old Discourse Forum has been closed due to time & money shortages we will no longer be operating the Forum, we are considering a replacement, but for now we are dedicated to the Hip Hop Directory and the News section. 

Feel free to contact us for questions, advice or support

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ABC Music News –
Acclaim Magazine –
All Aussie Hip Hop Website –
AmRap Community Radio Website –
AUD’$ Facebook –
Aussie Hip Hop Website –
Beers, Beats & The Biz YouTube Channel –
BodyBagMedia YouTube Channel –
Complex FaceBook –
Event Finda –
FBi Radio Sydney –
Filter Zine Website –
HappyMag Website –
Highsnobiety Website –
Junkee Website –
Noise11 Website –
Off The Clef Facebook –
Off The Clef Website –
Oz Hip Hop Shop Website –
Pilerats Facebook –
Pilerats Website –
Pitchfork Website –
Rappfox Website –
Rawlab Radio
Reddit Aussie Hip Hop –
Stimulate Your Soul Website –
Streaming Charts Facebook –
Streaming Charts Website –
The AU Review Website –
The Beat Website –
The BoomBox Website –
The Brag Website –
The Hype Magazine Website –
The Industry Observer Website –
The Lesson on Fresh 92.7
The Music Network Website –
The Music Website –
The Source Website –
The Underground Australia Website –
Tone Deaf Website –
Triple J Hip Hop Show Website –
Triple J Music News Website –
Vice Website –
Whats Lively Facebook –
XXL Mag Website –

…..more info, credits & links coming soon.

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A complete list of Australian Hip Hop Emcees, Crews and Djs. 

We also have a News Section which features all the latest News, New Music, Podcasts, Tours & more….

This site has not been officially launched yet and is being updated daily with heaps of work to do.

So much SPAM nowadays and the Rap Cella has been discontinued, Stealth Magazine has gone, Obese isn’t the same, ozhiphop.com is hardly used anymore, Triple J is to diversified and all the social media groups have become over run with SPAM.

It shouldn’t be a chore for the average Australian Hip Hop Fan to keep up to date! 

This website brings it all into one place.

“Facebook doesn’t give a fuck about musicians. Musicians are bad customers.” Facebook realizing their core market is businesses that will advertise regularly.

But it’s utterly worthless to simply promote your releases via Facebook, because Facebook doesn’t want you to leave Facebook.

Think about the logic of things: If you’re promoting new music, it’s probably on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, or SoundCloud. Therefore, you’re asking people to click away from Facebook, which means Facebook is losing someone who could potentially be looking at ads from other businesses. Facebook’s entire business model is predicated upon you, the user, spending more time on Facebook, seeing more advertisements. – https://medium.com/@IamShaneMorris/facebook-is-basically-worthless-to-professional-musicians-and-thats-okay-40fc4b269287

“Streaming music is effectively a zero-sum game between competitors due to lack of differentiation in catalogs, with relatively little or no proprietary original content” – https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/spotify-stock-price-netflix-cant-compare-2018-4-1020586061

“The music industry is an oligopoly that enforces rigid deal parameters across all on-demand services, sometimes through arguably anticompetitive means like most favored nations clauses,”

 

Imagine “Terry” listened to just one obscure band for the entire month of February. $7 of his $10 subscription fee is going to artists, but let’s say he’s also the only fan of that band on Spotify. So that band has effectively zero percent of Spotify’s plays for the month, meaning that the band gets effectively zero percent of Spotify’s monthly revenue.

Terry thinks $7 went to his favorite band, but it actually got divided up among February’s top 40, with only a fraction of a fraction of a cent going to the band!

 

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