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COME TOGETHER RETURNS IN 2014

After a climactic 10th anniversary in 2013, COME TOGETHER is back to give its best year to date. Same venue (Big Top at Sydney’s Luna Park), same time (June 7, Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend), with a new but no less epic line-up, COME TOGETHER 2014 will shake the room to its foundations, with the biggest, brightest and baddest names in Oz hip-hop.

A natural headliner for this year’s COME TOGETHER, KERSER needs no introduction. His 2013 albumS.C.O.T. debuted at #5 on the ARIA Charts, #2 on the iTunes Charts, and #1 on the ARIA Urban Charts. He’s been cementing his chokehold on the Oz hip-hop scene since the release of his sophomore album No Rest for the Sickest (#1 on the national ARIA Urban charts, #1 on the iTunes Hip-Hop charts, and #14 on the overall iTunes charts).

In the game since 1999, FUNKOARS’ career is the definition of legacy. They boast one of the fiercest cult followings in Australia and two of the country’s most prominent producers Trials (who’s collaborated with the likes of Hilltop Hoods, Drapht, and Seth Sentry) and Sesta (Maundz, K21, Vents) alongside Hons.FUNKOARS have been busy whipping the scene into a frenzy of late dropping their latest EP, Dawn of the Head.

Australian hip-hop’s best kept secret, Sydney duo JACKIE ONASSIS are becoming less and less of a secret these days, having found recent love with sophomore EP Juliette, JACKIE ONASSIS are notorious for their spare musicality and razor’s edge lyricism heard on smash tracks like I Got You and Crystal Balling.

With an unmistakable semi tongue-in-cheek braggadocios style, REMI is new to the game but by no means new to its ways. His debut LP Regular People Shit caused a stir in 2012 and he’s been evolving ever since. Most recently dropping his brand new track Livin’, which is already gaining love from audiences and tastemakers alike.

Combining a Melbourne perspective with an international influence, Melbourne-based African-born hip-hop duo DIAFRIX mix the sounds of funk, soul, reggae and dancehall into a truly unique hip-hop sound. Infamous for their exhilarating live shows and undeniable charisma both on and off the stage and heard on climactic LPs such as 2009’s Concrete Jungle and 2012’s Pocket Full of Dreams.

After earning much hype for his previous singles YES!, Raise a Glass and most recently the slick, gospel-toned Manage, Canberra-raised Ghana-born CITIZEN KAY has spent the last twelve months spreading rhymes and dropping beats on stages across the country, including Falls Festival and supporting the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Earl Sweatshirt and Danny Brown, Public Enemy.

Infamous for his brash, flippant, yet deeply socially-aware rhymes, BRIGGS has cemented his position as a force to be reckoned with. He’s toured with the likes of Ice Cube, Yelawolf, DOOM, Ghostface Killah, Pharoahe Monch and our own Hilltop Hoods.

After earning love and slaying the triple j Unearthed Sprung Hip-Hop Festival comp, Brisbane duo MR HILL & RAHJCONKAS have proven themselves an undeniable force on the Oz hip-hop scene. Having released two albums in two years and toured with the likes of Illy, Seth Sentry and Drapht, they are currently working on their third album.

Ghana-born Sydney-raised MIRACLE, burst onto the scene with bedroom-composed, recorded and produced HSC composition Better Dayz, earning him FBi rotation and over 100,000 views on YouTube. He’s also been handpicked for a slew of support slots, including Big Boi, Lupe Fiasco, Maseo and Childish Gambino.

Renowned for their narrative wit, smooth moves and dynamic live shows, Mind Over Matter AKA Willow and Rowan has had recent success with triple j airplay smash ‘Real Life’, as well as new single ‘What They Say’ featuring Bliss N Eso. Mind Over Matter will open the COME TOGETHER stage in explosive style.

Combining a titanic line-up with an iconic venue, this is your chance to see some of Oz hip-hop’s biggest names and get in some quality times with free rides across Luna Park, all under one roof. With tickets selling fast in 2013, get ready, Australia – it’s time to COME TOGETHER once again for what’s certain to be Sydney’s most colossal night in hip-hop this year.

 

 

 

 

COME TOGETHER FESTIVAL

JUNE 7, 2014
QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY LONG WEEKEND

 

**TICKETS ON SALE 9am April 24**

 

DOORS OPEN 3.45pm

TICKETS ONLY $49

*Buy 3 tickets get 1 free*

 

BIG TOP, LUNA PARK, SYDNEY
http://www.cometogether.com.au

 
Featuring

KERSER

FUNKOARS

JACKIE ONASSIS

REMI

DIAFRIX

CITIZEN KAY

BRIGGS

MR. HILL AND RAHJCONKAS

MIRACLE

MIND OVER MATTER

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