RECENT WORK

 

 

w∆lla_C's "bob" is a short film directed, shot and edited by Jeevi Ka.

The song appears on the HissCollection tape released 1 November 2015.

https://wallac.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/wallacbeats

 

 

Music - Royalty Noise >> https://royaltynoise8.bandcamp.com/

Shot - Blank Tape Media

Cut - Nomadicstatic

 

'Asylum' is the first release from Combat Wombat's highly anticipated second album 'Just Across The Border'. The video is a retrospective of Australia's brutal refugee policies. Over the last 16 years of Combat Wombat's existence we have borne witness to the successive Australian governments' inhumane treatment of asylum seekers.


From the Tampa to the tow-backs; riots, hunger strikes, breakouts and deaths in custody - we have seen, again and again, the human rights violations across this country and off-shore, with mandatory detention destroying the lives of men, women and children. 

This issue is very close to our hearts and has continuously influenced much of our music. Many of our friends who have fallen victim to this racist immigration system are still suffering from trauma and PTSD.

As a band, we have attended and performed at many a protest, benefit gig, detention centre and refugee camp. Lest we forget, as the fight for human rights continues in the midst of today's global refugee crisis.

Time to open our hearts, minds and doors ... 

The same blood in our veins ... 

Why can I go, but you still remain ...

 

 

Three acapella versions of tracks off Mista Monk's 'Half Light' EP available on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/monkmc/sets/half-light-ep

 

 

Enushu Taye - Vocals, Peter Harper - Tenor Sax, Ian Dixon - Trumpet, Liam Monkhouse (Mr Monk) - 1st Rap, Tibor Bacskai (Tiberious Gramaticus) - 2nd Rap, Chris Frangou - Bass, Matt Head -Drums, Nash Lee - Guitar, Adrian Sherrif - Bass Trombone

Composition by Peter Harper/BJX

Dancers:

Sami Obamaa, Maki Makda Girmay, Enushu Taye, Kahan Harper, Amanda Leonardia, Bianca Gonos, Bboy Raven, Zarah Adams, Nui Napjune, Roman Albert

Special Thanks to Steven Kilili, Christelle Faucoulanche and Catherine Pwiti aka Killa Cat

All the visuals used in this clip were created from original artwork by Johnny Duel and photographs from The Horn African Restaurant in Melbourne.

Filmed and Edited by PanLoop Productions

 

 

'In the Light', JJOOBBEE's debut music video, was filmed at an abandoned Vietnamese garden on the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia. Featuring the vocal stylings of Jemima Brett and the incredible rhythm section: Yoseph H Bekele on bass, Nadav Rayman on keys and Daniel Richardson on drums, 'In the Light' is a journey from past to future through the eyes of our ancestors to come.

Directed by Nomadicstatic

Filmed by Flomos and Nomadicstatic of PanLoop Studios

Edited by Nomadicstatic

 

 

In June, Horse Bazaar and KIRIN sponsored Phat Lotus, a night of hip hop and graffiti in Melbourne. Hosted by none other than Elf Tranzporter, the night featured emcees, producers and DJs: J.Waters, Mista Monk and Kavinda. Featuring artwork and live painting by Melbourne's finest and the one and only, Duel.

Filmed by Flomos and Nomadicstatic of PanLoop Studios

Edited by Nomadicstatic

 

 

Mara Ngutja'ma! (Make Your Hands Clap!) is a suite of four original tracks and music videos created by the children of the Wilcannia, Menindee and Broken Hill Aboriginal communities, under the guidance and mentorship of Morganics, Wire MC and cinematographer Jeevika Rajagopal for Maari Ma Aboriginal Health Services in Baarkandji country in rural NSW and South Australia. This is the track created by the Wilcannia Community girls.

Shot, Directed and Edited by Jeevika Rajagopal aka Nomadicstatic

 

 

Mara Ngutja'ma! (Make Your Hands Clap!) is a suite of four original tracks and music videos created by the children of the Wilcannia, Menindee and Broken Hill Aboriginal communities, under the guidance and mentorship of Morganics, Wire MC and cinematographer Jeevika Rajagopal for Maari Ma Aboriginal Health Services in Baarkandji country in rural NSW and South Australia. This is the track created by the Baarkandji boys of Wilcannia.

Shot and Edited by Jeevika Rajagopal aka Nomadicstatic