Synonyms for downsyde or Related words with downsyde

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Examples of "downsyde"
His debut album, "Pale Rider", was released in October 2003, with all production handled by Dazastah (Downsyde), Fdel and Drapht. Special appearances on the album include: Fdel (Invada Records), Downsyde, MC Layla, Hunter, Selekt, Carlsani and Porsah Lane.
Epinonimous is the debut album released by the Australian Hip Hop group Downsyde. Although Downsyde are now quite well known throughout Australia, this album is hard to get hold of. It was released in September 2000.
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Dazastah is one of the MCs of the Perth-based hip-hop group Downsyde.
Notable alumni from the school include the hip-hop group Downsyde who attended the school during the 1990s.
Downsyde are an Australian hip hop group from Perth, Western Australia. The group is composed of three members, Optamus, Dazastah and Dyna-Mikes.
Drapht has opened for acts such as; Hilltop Hoods, Dilated Peoples, Downsyde, Koolism, Apathy, Rodney P & Skitz, Mystro, Killa Kela, and Resin Dogs.
All City is the fourth studio album from Western Australian hip hop group, Downsyde. It was released in October 2008 through their new label, Illusive Sounds.
Downsyde were one of the Australian hip hop artists featured in the documentary "Words from the City", which aired on ABC Television in late 2007.
Dazastah (Darren Reutens) joined Downsyde when he met MCs Optamus (Scott Griffiths) and Dyna-mikes (Shahbaz Rind) at Leederville TAFE in the late 90s. Dazastah is also a producer and as well as working on beats for Downsyde he has produced for interstate performers and is a prominent local producer, working on albums with Hunter and Clandestien. Dazastah is also a member of WA Hip Hop Crew, Syllabolix.
For four years Downsyde produced beats and rhymes and played at hundreds of gigs, parties, and MC battles culminating in the September 2000 release of their debut album, "Epinonimous" – recordings made by the band from 1996 to 2000. Their first single, "Gifted Life", was released two years later. "Gifted Life" was nominated as 'Best Single' at the 2003 Australian Dance Music Awards. In the same year, Downsyde won the "Best Debut Artist" at the Dance Music Awards.
Scott Griffiths, better known by the stage name Optamus, is one of the MCs of the Perth-based Australian hip-hop group Downsyde and member of WA's Syllabolix Crew. Optamus is also the name of Griffiths' solo project.
Downsyde signed with Obese Records and in 2004 released a single, "Lesfortunate", which they followed up with a third album,"When the Dust Settles", in December. The album was nominated for the 2005 J Award.
"El Questro" is a single by Downsyde from the group's second album, "Land of the Giants". It was released in February 2003 on independent label, Hydrofunk, and distributed by Virgin.
Brothers Grimm is the third album from Western Australian hip hop artist, Drapht. It was released in May 2008 through Australian Hip Hop label, Obese Records. The album features contributions by Dazastah (Downsyde), Ciecmate (Hospice Crew), Trials & Porsah Laine.
Land of the Giants is the second album from the Western Australian hip hop group, Downsyde. It was released through Virgin/Hydrofunk Records in March 2003. Guest on the album included DJ Fdel and Porsah Laine.
Downsyde signed with Obese Records and in 2004 released a single, "Lesfortunate", which they followed up with their third album,"When the Dust Settles", in December. The album was nominated for the 2005 J Award.
Other early releases included compilation albums, "Culture of Kings" (which included songs by Koolism, Hilltop Hoods, Hunter, Terra Firma, Lyrical Commission and Downsyde) and "Obesecity", which Pegz describes as "key networking tools" for the growing Australian hip hop scene, as well as formative releases from Bliss n Eso, Bias B, DJ Bonez, Downsyde, Brad Strut and Layla. The two-disc "Culture of Kings Volume Two" included tracks by Hilltop Hoods, Delta, Layla, TZU, Hospice, Brothers Stoney, Bliss N Eso and Funkoars. It was the first Australian hip hop album to be selected for the Triple J feature album spot on local radio.
The follow-up, 2005's "Who Am I", was co-produced by Dazastah (Downsyde) and Fdel, and co-mixed by Drapht with Dazastah. The songs touch on topics including politics, sex, and addiction to drunken antics. Guest appearances on the album include Pressure (Hilltop Hoods), Downsyde, Layla, Pegz (Obese Records), Clandestien, MJ (Funkola) and Hunter. It was released by Obese Records in both in a CD and a limited 2 LP vinyl format. Two tracks from the album, "Drink Drank Drunk" and "The Music", received airplay on Triple J, mostly on the Super Request program. "Who Am I" is more an introspective album.
Yo Majesty(USA), Bang Gang DJ's, Mammal, Children Collide, DJ Vadim & Yarah Bravo(USA), Downsyde, The Paper Scissors, Yves Klein Blue, Carus and The True Believers, Good Buddha, The Galvatrons, The Red Sun Band, Sugar Army, Beni, Kato and Oohee, Bonjah, The Scientists of Modern Music, Funkoars, Sunshine Brothers, Roger That, Hercules In NY, The Jezabels, Twelve Foot Ninja