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Greetings and salutations, friends and acquaintances.

Life’s been pretty hectic lately (attending your buddies’ bachelor parties kicks ass; I highly recommend it) and I know I haven’t written anything that doesn’t suck in awhile (if ever — HEY OHHHHH), so I’m not really gonna bore you to tears. Instead, I wanted to pass along something that’s caught my ear (and later, my eyes, which’ve recently been Lasik’d in all their glory).

As most of you know, I have a soft spot for Aussie hip-hop (although I’d never want to live there because of things like HOLY FUCKING SHIT), so it shouldn’t have come as much surprise when I valued Hilltop Hoods’s State of the Art as much as I did.

Today’s catch o’ the day (or whatever you wish to call it — I wanted to incorporate Trap Door somehow but I like Berk too much as a friendly blue blob…) is by an Adelaide-based group known as the Funkoars; the song is called “Where I Am”. Unsurprisingly, they have a tight connection with Hilltop Hoods and are part of the Aussie hip-hop conglomerate known as the Certified Wise crew: sixteen South Aussie artists collaborating, producing, and appearing as guests on one another’s works. You may remember Trials’ guest verse on “The Light You Burned,” for instance, or his producing credits on Drapht’s Brothers Grimm record.

“Where I Am” will be featured on the group’s fourth LP, The Quickening, slated for a September 16th release through Golden Era Records. The video’s a bit schizophrenic (scenes were evidently shot at up to 2000 frames per second by Eran Dolev [Chronicles of NarniaKing KongSuperman Returns,Mao’s Last Dancer] using a Photron Fastcam BC2… I have no idea what any of that means but I assume it’s all sorts of badass; unfortunately, as per usual, I’m not even going to pretend to know what I’m talking about when it comes to that stuff) and the bass line is positively infectious.

You can purchase the single [[here]] if you prefer that sort of thing.

What say you?

Happy Friday, bitches!

You should really come down here sometime Jom. Not to live of course cuz those trapdoors are pretty fucking crazy, but yeah. Your current marital status would be quite compatiable I'd say.

Haha, right on. So much of the land down under looks beautiful and absolutely worth exploring and checking out... I just hate, hate, HATE bugs/large arachnids as it is, and I assume anything larger than a speck of something is poisonous and wants to kill me.

If I've said it once, I've said it a million times: Jomski Beat wishes he was an Aussie.

Just come & visit man. The way fashion is heading, you can cover yourself in bubble wrap & look relatively normal, while protecting yourself from all of our killer koalas & what-not.

My first stop would most def be 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney. Not sure if P. Sherman still resides there or not.

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