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Ciecmate & Newsense

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In Melbourne sat a King with a large jaw at the helm of independent record label. In Canberra, a whimsical jester oversaw a paint emporium. It was the year two thousand and nine, and these two disparate souls saw fit to unleash a recorded missive that would not be thwarted by the tyranny of distance.

Forging Broken Tooth Entertainment’s strengths in Melbourne, Ciecmate is the beat-breaking crate digger out to make figures. A rhyme writer, verse rehearser and spitter of raps both personal and abstract, his primary responsibility has been maintaining the label’s lofty standard of product since 2003. He’s also their debt collector, account keeping shot caller, income stream manager and release date coordinator. With A Tale of Two Cities clocking in as their 15th release, BTE is now officially one of Australia most prolific and long-standing hip hop imprints.

Lurking in Canberra, Newsense is the Kamboon Lagoon local, looming through the moonlight, known nationwide as a key draftsman of the town’s hip hop architecture. As the label’s target meeter, meagre earnings shuffler, merch hustler and market research conductor, he’s integral to the duo’s increasingly versatile C.V. The ambitious man on a mission is a venerable veteran of the Australian hip hop fraternity, not afraid to stray from common trends and fashions.

These are just a sample of the attributes on the resumés of the two esteemed MC/producers. Both hailing from Canberra, but with Ciecmate now based in Melbourne, the duo are also the frontmen of hip hop supergroup Hospice Crew, who released Stormwater and Visiting Hours, and the guys behind the sought after “Speaking As One” 12” which was rated 4/5 by UK’s HHC Magazine.

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