Due to the fantastic response from Cee's music video for 'Comin' Home', from 'The Indie Experiment Volume 1' project, The Movement Fam decided to completely remix and remaster the entire series and rerelease the three mixtapes with a new, bigger sound, thanks to Notion's amazing engineering work.
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Attention, Melbourne heads...
The homie Duncan has (sorta) recently opened up his Hip Hop store in St Kilda, the only one in the area, so we had to let y'all know about it. It's called You Name It, and it ain't your typical Hip Hop spot. It's one of the only places in Melbourne you can get dope New Era caps (and order what you want from a catalogue), skateboards, t-shirts, shoes, spray paint (Ironlak) and original artwork.
Oh and it's currently the only place in Melbourne you can buy Cee & Bekah t-shirts, as well as the whole Movement Fam catalogue of mixtapes. So drop by and tell 'em we sent ya!
You Name It
274 Inkerman St
St Kilda VIC 3182
Opposite Inkerman Hotel, 5 minutes walk from Balaclava station.
Apologies for the retarded photo. Photoshop is out of action currently, couldn't whip up a Movement Fam YouTube themed goodie.
Anyway, after a week or so of grinding to work out iMovie's intricacies, I finally managed to upload every song from all four Movement Fam mixtape releases onto The Movement Fam YouTube channel.
So for those who always wanted to just hear the tunes and couldn't be fucked downloading the mixtapes (though you really should, it'll change your life), or you're trying to show one of your homies the dope music coming out of The Fam, then we've just made life a lot easier. For you. Coz we love you all.
Floetry fans, y'all should get excited. The unmistakable voice of Marsha Ambrosius has been heard on some of the dopest albums of the last few years, and finally we have a solo mixtape from the woman herself, entitled Yours Truly, and mixed by Don Canon (you know the dude).
Shouts to the homie Kenn Starr for the info, and big ups to my dude Kevin Nottingham for posting the info on his blog.
Once again, shouts to the homie DJ Hyphen for this one. He's hooked up the whole Fam with pieces on his blog (interestingly, the title is a play on a book by Barack Obama called 'The Audacity of Hope'), and the kid Notion got his lil feature on right here.
Check out World Domi-NoTiOn on The Audacity of Dope (download that bitch!); and while you're at it, check out the rest of the blog. It's a heater.