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Cloaked Guerilla Unearthed

Monday, May 25th, 2009 | News, VG News | 1 Comment
Cloaked Guerilla Unearthed

Hey peoples…

Pataphysics has posted his new track ‘Cloaked Guerilla’ on Triple J’s ‘Unearthed’ for voting now! Shooting straight to #42 within the first few days, and #16 on the hip hop chart, it’s time for us to have our vote and push this track further up the list, to where it belongs.

You can vote at:

and check out what Pataphysics had to say about the track in an earlier post here.



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Pataphysics – Cloaked Guerilla

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009 | News, VG News | 1 Comment
Pataphysics - Cloaked Guerilla

Pataphysics released another sweet track this week to add to the collection… we caught up with him in brief to see where he’s at, and where he’s going next…

You’ve just dropped your new track ‘Cloaked Guerilla’ this month. So what’s a Cloaked Guerilla dude?
Guess you could say people who are marginalised or a part of a minority, who aren’t treated fairly, and who stand up and resist being subjected to the will of oppressing forces.

A line i keep noticing in the chorus is “When you win the war you get to write history”, am I sensing some Politics in your hip hop?, and is this about Australia’s history?

Yeah, Australia’s history is funny, one of our favorite icons is a cop killer (Ned Kelly), but we find it hard to

remember warriors who resisted invasion and protected their families, warriors like Pemulwuy and Jandamarra, comparable to figures like Geronimo and Sitting Bull.

So what’s up next for Pataphysics?

Got a film clip coming out soon for Cloaked Guerilla, as well as playing a show on the 4th of June with the Free West Papua campaign. These guys are fighting for basic human rights in West Papua . Check it out at

And you can check out Cloaked Guerilla in

Pataphysics Artist Profile

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Very Good Newsletter

Monday, April 27th, 2009 | News, VG News | No Comments
Very Good Newsletter

We now have a newsletter for all of the busy kids out there who don’t have time to check often.

By signing up to the newsletter on the right handle panel, you will receive a bulletin of all articles covered every 2 months, as well as added reviews, updates, and competitions to add to your Very Good lifestyle.

Keep it cool peoples

Pete Philly and Perquisite – Win ‘Mystery Repeats’

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009 | News, VG News | No Comments
Pete Philly and Perquisite - Win 'Mystery Repeats'

So Australia and New Zealand missed out on their chance to see the ‘Mystery Repeats’ tour that Pete Philly and Perquisite took around Europe, Asia, and a few other countries lucky enough to be involved. So we thought to give their fans in Australia and New Zealand a little taste of what they missed we would pass on one of their albums they gave to us.

Just sign up to our newsletter before the end of April, and the winner will be contacted by e-mail on June 1st.

And for those of you who haven’t seen it yet below is the tidy little clip Pete and Perq released for the albums title track ‘Mystery Repeats’.

Pete Philly and Perquisite – Mystery Repeats


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Che Fu’s in Melbourne

Sunday, April 5th, 2009 | News, VG News | No Comments
Che Fu's in Melbourne

The man who needs no introduction in Australia and New Zealand, Che-Fu, is back on one of his semi-regular Easter trips to Melbourne to pay his respects to his the huge Aussie and Kiwi following down under. The Fresh RnB Club has been bringing a bunch of the underground hip hop, soul, Rnb, reggae acts that have been big players in New Zealand over the last decade in the likes of King Kapisi, Nesian Mystik, Savage, and now topping it off with one of the godfathers of Aotearoa for our generation, Che-Fu. You can check out the history and score card for this dude in his Artist Profile but if you’ve been in Australia or New Zealand in the last 15 years you probably already know how many dope tracks and kiwi anthems he has given us. To put it his influence in perspective, The Very Good Agency first existed in the market to run an East Coast tour of Che-Fu, DJ CXL, and PROJECT nRt a few years ago, so all you international readers out there can understand a lot about New Zealand music from checking out not only his solo work, but some of the funk rap mix he kicked in the old school in Supergroove.

Che-Fu – Misty Frequencies

The rastafarian influence in NZ hip hop, Che-Fu has always been related to by kiwi guys and girls ’cause he talks a real game with an every day vibe that exists in New Zealand. Always bringing the soft soul vocals, Che’s also one of the few artists in New Zealand who raps as tight and as consciously as he sings. (never overlook Olmecha Supreme and MC Hazaduz).

Che-Fu plays at The Colonial Hotel this Friday 10th April. hopefully after Supergroove re-united last year he may have been practising some of his rhymes to drop from back in the days…

like this

Supergroove - Can’t Get Enough

You can check out more of Che-Fu at:


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