Brethren's latest release - a 20 Year Anniversary album - Bastion demonstrates why they are such a revered part of the Australian hip hop scene. Rather than resting on their laurels, Mistery and Wizdm have crafted an album that stays...
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Brethren's latest release - a 20 Year Anniversary album - Bastion demonstrates why they are such a revered part of the Australian hip hop scene. Rather than resting on their laurels, Mistery and Wizdm have crafted an album that stays true to their old school roots while delivering fresh beats and hard hitting lyrics. It features guest appearances from DJ Mathmatics, Def Wish Cast, Reason, Baba Isreal, Brotha Black, Oakbridge and Kerin.
An absolute must for collectors of Australian Christian hip hop, Bastion is released by Krosswerdz Recordings - the home of positively positive hip hop.
- 1. BastionBRETHREN0:59
- 2. RockBRETHREN feat. DJ MATHMATICS0:59
- 3. Sin CityBRETHREN0:59
- 4. Hip-hopBRETHREN feat. DEF WISH CAST & REASON0:59
- 5. MemorialBRETHREN0:59
- 6. BarioBRETHREN feat. DJ MATHMATICS0:59
- 7. It`s Like ThatBRETHREN feat. BABA ISRAEL0:59
- 8. Letter To The ChampionsBRETHREN0:59
- 9. HeartbeatBRETHREN0:59
- 10. What`s It MeanBRETHREN feat. BROTHER BLACK0:59
- 11. ReminisceBRETHREN feat. KEREN0:59
- 12. Tongue In CheekBRETHREN feat. OAKBRIDGE0:59
- 13. WordsmithBRETHREN0:59
- 14. Rising SunBRETHREN feat. DJ MATHMATICS0:59
- 15. OutroBRETHREN0:59
The legendary hip hop crew crew Brethren are one of the cornerstones of the Aussie hip hop community, and one of the longest serving hip hop crews in Australia. Brethren featured on the first full length Australian hip hop album (Def Wish Cast's Knights of the Underground Table), starred in the first Australian hip hop documentary (Basic Equipment), and produced the first ever Australian hip hop concept album (Beyond Underground). They were also one of the first commercially signed underground hip hop crews in Australia.
Band members Mistery and Wizdm have been internationally acclaimed for their trailblazing ways, have toured across Australia and supported acts such as Ice-T, Run DMC, Blackalicious, DJ Kool Herc, Playdough, Vex Da Vortex and more. They have appeared in Rolling Stone Magazine, the SBS documentary The Mistery of Hip Hop, and on TV shows Recovery, Channel V's Soup Kitchen, Room 208 and SBS show Alchemy.
Brethren have appeared regularly at Christian music festivals such as Big Exo Day, Blackstump and Easterfest, and will be supporting KJ-52 in his upcoming shows in Sydney and Queensland.