A 3-song 7″ is on its way for those who want their death and black metal raw and ugly. This one is a split effort between Funerary Box and Vickers and to be released by the Give Praise label. Funerary Box get three songs to themselves while Vickers dish out for morsels. You can order the record directly from Give Praise by clicking here or representing the home of Funerary Box an d Vickers, order from Kentucky by writing to
They are considered Australia’s live electronica musical juggernaut but until you get a chance to know them, you may call them Dubarray. They’ve done a significant amount of touring throughout Europe in the last three years so perhaps you have already come across them. They’re going to release a new single called “Depth Of Perception”, which you may listen to below.
They’ll be doing some touring this summer throughout Australia beginning next month and take this into fall:
February 15… Ivory Rocks QLD (Earth Frequency Festival)
February 20… Cockatoo Island Sydney ( Wanderlust Festival)
February 28… Wollongong NSW (Palm Court Hotel)
March 1… Berlang Forest NSW (Regrowth Festival)
March 14… Fingal Heads NSW (Sheoak Shack)
March 15… Brunswick Heads NSW (Brunswick Hotel)
March 20… Bundaberg QLD (Bundaberg Hotel)
March 21… Noosa QLD (Crawdaddy’s)
April 10… Bellingen NSW (5 Church St)
April 12… Bay NSW ( Beach Hotel)
April 24… Margaret River WA (Settlers Tavern)
April 26… Dunsborough WA (Caves House)
Nutso is pulling nuts for the hell of it and you can say he has a “Hustler’s Spirit”, which is why he is rapping about it here with his friend Trare Tha Truth, which is truth. You can pick up the song by buying it via Bandcamp. The song will find its way on his forthcoming EP Divided Souls.
“Rhyme book doodles over rapid-fire rap” is one way to describe what Nick Catchdubs do but you’ll have to hear it to believe it. Those dubs are caught in the song “Wuts That”, which will lead you to discover what that is, with help from B.I.C. so start flipping it and get down to the funky sound. Catchcubs directed this alongside Josh Wehle.
Taelor Gray has released a hot hip-hop song that I hope will become a glimpse of what he’ll be offering throughout the year. It’s the JRHDN-produced “Let Me See” and now he’ll let you hear it.
The guys in Ho99o9 have a nice two-for-one deal where they offer not only a song called “Casey Jones”, but they also want to throw out a “Cum Rag” to you. This one brings together elements of industrial, punk, and hip-hop in a way that will make some go “what the fuck is this?” and others say ‘this is the best thing I may hear all year”.
If you look really quick, you might think this song is called “Shoofs” but then it will lead you to ask yourself “what the hell is a Shooff?” Look again: the song is called “Sho Off”, for egotistical people who celebrating being a show off in a pompous manner. You may get down to this, so jiggle your rump and get that grumpf.
A lot of words are being said, typed, and sent but are they being read and understood? C Wells wants to know the answer in a direct manner with his song “Get The Message?”, which may sound like a simple question for a text message but it’s much more than that. The song was produced by Chris Nevers.
It was a long time ago, oh, let’s say two days ago, when I posted a new song by Tropics called “Rapture” and now they have a video ready made to cleanse your mind and soul. It’s the title track for his album to be out on February 17th via Innovative Leisure.