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Brainstorm (aka Tormentem) and Devious - formerly with Dj Vame pioneers of the Campbelltown Hip-Hop movement, tearimg up stages across Australia ...
group from Melbourne consisting of Dj Peril, N'fa ; Kemstar. Formed in 1997, first release in 1998. Winners ; Nominees of multiple ARIA ; Australian D...
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13th Son - appeared on the compilation Culture of Kings volume 2, released in 2002. 13th Son released his debut 4 track EP 'Always' on Basic Equ...
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Started in 1989
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