Yarhkob Surface Waves Ep Launch

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After releasing two unique electronic E.P.s ranging from weird space hop (TRANSMISSIONS EP) to extreme experimental drum and bass (RESPONSES EP), Yarhkob returns for his debut release on Melbourne-based Uncomfortable Beats with a 7 track EP of summery hip hop vibes perfectly suited for a cruise down Sunset Boulevard.

Drawing on a multitude of past beats and recent productions, this Yarhkob live show has developed over the years into an exciting spectacle incorporating elements of hip hop, electronic, experimental and futurebeat bass music.

All while synched to his hypnotic custom made reactive visuals that includes a live camera feed.

Yarhkob also brings with him a plethora of local talent for support on the night.
Fellow Community legends Maxy Bills and Dj Silence will be dropping their unique takes on hip hop, plus a killer performance from up and coming MC LC Mckenzie whilst keeping the hip hop vibes locked down tight will be DJ Rad One.

https://soundcloud.com/yarhkob
https://yarhkob.bandcamp.com/
https://instagram.com/yarhkob/
https://twitter.com/Yarhkob

LC Mckenzie
LC Mckenzie is the up and coming shining light of Australian Hip-Hop Producer/ Artist who has been gracing the shores of Perth, Western Australia for the past 2 years. His unique style of Hip-Hip production that takes methods from the sounds of J.Cole, Tupac Shakur, Kendrick Lamar and Notorious B.I.G. He intertwines the new and old for a refreshing sound on the Australian Hip-Hop scene. LC's adventurous past, from leaving his home of Zimbabwe for the U.K and then finally onto his current home of Perth, Australia where he works as an aged care nurse, led to much of his inspiration as a rapper, lyricist, production and making LC’s music honest, inspiring and unforgettable.

www.soundcloud.com/lcmckenziemusic

Doors at 8pm. 5$ entry.

Get the EP here!
https://uncomfortablebeats.bandcamp.com/album/surface-waves
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By: Yarhkob