Australian Music Tribute # 1: Classic Australian Funk, Hip Hop & Soul Music Videos


With Australia day just gone we though we should do our bit for the country &  put together a mix-tape of our favorite home grown music videos. Here is our selection of local Hip Hop, Soul & Funk videos that would go rock any Australia Day BBQ.

Ray Mann Three- Smile

Music video by The Ray Mann Three performing “Smile”. Directed by Louis Westgarth and Ray Mann. (C) 2008 Ray Mann. From the album “The Ray Mann Three”

The Avalanches – Since I Left You

Directed by Rob Leggatt and Leigh Marling.

The Cat Empire – Days Like These

Pnau ‘Journey Agent’

Pnau’s classic adventure in 50’s style and attempted substance. Directed by James Littlemore and art directed/illustrated by Stepahnie Anderson

Fatt Dex- Sly PI

The long awaited release of the slyPI music video… a muso-cinematic masterpiece uncovered in the back shed of a freakd out zealot of the beat box gello tambourine… like this was a groove that didnt move for some rotations of the moon… around the earth there was no sound like the one that we The Lucky Few, have now unearthed… uncovered… rebirthed…. discovered… oh yeah baby… even in static text I’m still getting excited!!! Well… I would be if I knew who I was but thats just party semantics…

Katalyst -Say What You Feel

“Say What You Feel” is the second single from Katalyst’s
album “What’s Happening”. Featuring New York soul artist Stephanie
McKay. The video clip was produced by Bernadette Murray. It features
some amazing protest footage from the 60’s, 70’s and current day. The
clip embodies what the tune is about – people having the courage to
express their views and not be dictated to by “the powers that be”.
Thanks to Mu-Meson Archives for providing some of this footage.

Sound Unlimited Posse – One More From The City

The Avalanches – Frontier psychiatrist

Watussi – Echale Fuego

Bondi based Afro Colombian rock and Roots band’s first video clip for the single “Echale Fuego”. Directed by Nick Mckenzie Edited by Alejandro Reyes Filmed at Tatler’s, King’s Cross Sydney.

1200 Techniques – Karma

Here’s the 2002 Aria Award Winning Song For Best Independent Release & Film Clip of The Year,as well as the 1st Aussie hip hop track to get major air play and go top 10.

Bliss N Eso – The Sea Is Rising

The Sea Is Rising Music Video. Shot in Marboubra & Redfern NSW in 2008.

Hilltop Hoods – The Nosebleed Section

The Herd – King Is Dead

The Herd’s first single from ‘Summerland’

DJ Bonez ft. Funkoars – Certified

Album: Roll Call Produced by DJ Bonez Label: Obese Records Buy it here: http://www.djbonez.com/roll…

Good Buddha (feat. Ranji) Face the Music

Def Wish Cast – A.U.S.T Down

Koolism – Adrenalin

Foreign Heights – IT GOES On

Music video for Sydney based hip hop trio Foreign Heights (Maya Jupiter, MC Trey & Nick Toth) featuring guest vocalist Mr Zux. From their forthcoming album, due early 2007. Directed by Nick Pollack…

Downsyde – El Questro

Astronomy Class – Where You At? Feat. Vida-Sunshyne & Kween G

Resin Dogs – Peace & Love

Resin Dogs “Peace & Love” Feat. Demolition Man From The Album “MORE” Released on Hydrofunk Records Thanks to Jenny Jen for the Photos…. Edited By Erbansprawl & Phil Martin resindogs.com.au

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