Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop


band members

Sinks


Influences

Jehst, MF Doom, Pete Rock


Website

www.dftc.com.au

Bio

Sinks is an mc from Melbourne. He has been rapidly rising through the ranks of the hip hop community, gaining widespread recognition for his craft. Preferring to rhyme over sample based production, he cuts through sombre melodies with dystopian poetry detailing the confronting realities that often elude the attention of the populace. Heavily critical, often misanthropic, Sinks’ lyrical ability is unparalleled in an otherwise bland landscape of predictable banality. Sinks brings something raw to the table without sacrificing intellect or poetic license.

The 2012 release of solo EP “Prolifix” to immediate critical acclaim was quickly followed by his debut LP “Backlash” in 2013. Both records were warmly received by Hip Hop heads and the broader musical community alike, receiving regular national airplay across community and independent radio stations such as Triple J, PBS and RRR.

On the stage Sinks has been hand picked to support some of the most respected names in international and Australian Hip Hop with highlights such as Action Bronson (USA), Coolio (USA), Mobb Deep (USA) Souls Of Mischief (USA), Deltron 3030 (USA), Taskforce (UK), Dialectrix (NSW) and Trem. The Sinks live show is ever expanding with the recent addition of a live drummer and feature hypes and rhymes from label associate Mol One.

Unearthed in 2013

Sprung Festival

01 Sep 2013

Winner

Sinks

Sinks

Congratulations to our 2013 Sprung Festival winners!

Big ups to our two Sprung Hip Hop winners, Sinks from Melbourne and BlaqCarrie from Brisbane.

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Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

08 Jan 2015

Triple J
40

You have such authority on the mic.

You have such authority on the mic.

Review

Review by I AM D I AM D

02 Apr 2015

50

So much atmosphere on this joint, The nostalgic properties of the production allows for some easy listening. I feel every word. Dope!

So much atmosphere on this joint, The nostalgic properties of the production allows for some easy listening. I feel every word. Dope!

Review

Mandy

11 Mar 2015

25