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HIP HOP KARA’YO!’KE VI //

Friday, October 15th, 2010 by John

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Last Thursday saw (The) Right Side put on the sixth installment of Hip Hop Kara’Yo!’Ke. What has fast become a monthly institution for Hip Hop heads, Karaoke lovers and people who like the sound of their own voice Hip Hop Kara’Yo!’Ke is the place to be if you want to drop a verse from your favourite Hip Hop track. With Assembly Line’s Nathan J’s amassed collection of instrumentals anyone and everyone has the chance to get up on stage and spit mad lyrics! Bar cards and booby prizes on offer to the winners… and the worst!

Cut & Paste finally got the chance to get down to The Bird to see Hip Hop Kara’Yo!’Ke in all it’s blinged out glory. Bradley Serls was down taking some snaps of the night, which you can check out in the gallery below.

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H&L // FIFTH BIRTHDAY

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010 by John

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Last Wednesday our good friends Paper Chain and Perth shoe connoisseurs Highs & Lows celebrated a joint birthday at The Bird. The exclusive ‘invite-only’ party featured Naik, Beni Chill and Zeke from the Paper Chain stables as well as a healthy amount of giveaways… with the Cut & Paste family scooping up some sweet new kicks and tees.

Our photographer friend Bradley Serls was down taking snaps of the occasion which you can see below.

Stay tuned for some video footage of the evening popping up in the not to distant future!

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DEAD WEIGHT // ZEKE X KIT POP

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 by John

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A few weeks back now the young chaps from DEADWEIGHT! dropped the first of what is to be a monthly Bass Music night, of the same name at The Bird. I headed down to check out what Chris and the boys had on offer, as well as to film my Paper Chain buddies Zeke and Kit Pop who were dropping a brand new collab routine this particular evening… think five turntables, MPCs, samplers and music pads with cool fluro lights.

To capture what the boys had been up to I decided to bring down a stack of video cameras (ie. pretty much everything I could find). Including our Sony HDR-FX7, HDR-FX1E and our new wee Flip I located three places around the stage and set-up the three camera rig for the night. You might notice that the boys got the bass so heavy the tripod shakes!

Check the five minute grab we’ve put up here and then make sure you get down for the next DEADWEIGHT at the Bird!

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No Promises BUT we’re hoping to put the whole 45 minutes set online in the next week..or two..or if you comment on this post saying you want us too..

Local photo man about town Bradley Serls was down at The Bird this particular evening so he swung us a bunch of his snaps for you all to look at!

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