Pre-orders for the next Little Wonder Productions single are up on our Bandcamp page here…
—I Don't Play feat Muph
Listen/purchase I Don’t Play feat Muph by Doc Felix
Only 2x copies of the 7” vinyl left!
Huge show set for Catch Wreck next month at Prince Bandroom in Melbourne.
Tornts, Bunks and Bigfoot now added to the line-up.
It really doesn’t get any bigger than this!
Tickets available at:
Our good friend and label-mate Oath has been rather busy of late.
He has recently been working on collaborations with Lil’ Fame (M.O.P.) for a track entitled ‘Brooklyn Bullshit’ and has completed a remix for Kid Tsunami’s ‘Bang Exclusive’ featuring Sean Price. Both will be released on 12” vinyl through Headbop Music in 2013.
On top of this, Oath has recently completed the arrangements for his upcoming instrumental E.P. on Little Wonder Productions scheduled for release early 2013.
So in the meantime he has recently uploaded a few beats to Soundcloud for our perusal. Some more of that instrumental hip-hop goodness straight from the SP-1200.
So check them out and stay tuned for more info on his upcoming releases real soon.
LWP is proud to present the brand new Doc Felix single ‘I Don’t Play’ featuring Muph.
The single is available in both digital and limited 7” and 10” vinyl formats from our Bandcamp site here:
This is the first release for the Little Wonder Productions label:
LWP001; Doc Felix - ‘Enough Of Me?’ feat Brad Strut
Released online via Bandcamp and made available in limited edition 7” vinyl and CD format.
All hard copies have now - SOLD OUT - and we thank you for your support.
My 5 Fav Oz Hip Hop 12’s
01: Brothers Stoney & Bias B - ‘Boney & Stoney’
It’s fair to say I’ve given this record quite a few spins. I remember listening to it back in the day thinking: ‘yeah, this is what hip-hop is about’. No over-the-top bragging or in your face offensiveness just good beats and good raps.
This record has 6x tracks in total (including 2x instrumentals) and features the talents of Lazy Grey, Len One and Bias B (Boney & Stoney) plus Brad Strut, Jase and Prowla.
‘Lyrical Luncheon’ has got to be an all-time favourite. Who can forget that sample? It has a timeless feel to it which is why I consider it a classic. And another favourite of mine is ‘P.O.V.’ where Bias just rips the last verse. Still on par with todays standards in my opinion.
So yeah, this is my favourite Oz Hip-Hop 12”. By no means is this supposed to be a definitive list based on any one skill-set (i.e. production or mc’ing) nor is it based on any other factors other than that I’ve enjoyed listening to these records over the years and still enjoy these records to this day.
Although you’d be hard-pressed trying to locate this on wax it can be found on iTunes with bonus accapellas:
My 5 Fav Oz Hip-hop 12s.
02: Trem: ‘Amateurs’ -UR 102
To me it seems so obvious why this 12” is considered a ‘classic’. This is grimy Melbourne hip-hop at it’s finest.
Production on this was predominantly handled by Jase and also Prowla. Plus it also features a Rob Natrule remix of ‘Amateurs’ as well. To me, the raps on ‘Basic Fundamentals’ by Brad Strut and Trem stand up to (or make an embarrassment of) the majority of current releases. And of course ‘I Can See Clearly’ is a great track and still a favourite of mine.
I came across this record when working with J-Red at The Laundry. From memory there were copies of a misprinted record being handed around that I think had the same program on both sides (I could be wrong here). Somehow I managed to acquire one of the ‘good one’s’. Still pretty stoked I did.