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Horrorshow are an Inner West Sydney hip hop duo with Solo on vocals and Adit the producer.

Emerging on the scene in 2008 with The Grey Space, an album created during high school, at a time when they linked up with Spit Syndicate and Joyride to form the extended One Day crew.

The album earned an ARIA nomination and tours with The Herd, Muph & Plutonic and Hermitude – all before the duo turned 21.

Horrorshow have enjoyed an organic rise – they’re not anchored by a passing style or sub-cultural fad, consequently their fanbase is loyal and passionate, selling out shows all over Australia. They’ve sold out every headline show they’ve ever done in Sydney. They’ve blitzed all the major Australian festivals, loved by purist hip hop heads while proving their appeal across genres.

Horrorshow-chris-frape-34In 2012 they supported Hilltop Hoods for a second time on their Speaking in Tongues Tour performing to massive crowds across Europe and Australia. They rounded out the year by playing a special acoustic show at the world-famous Spielgeltent at Brisbane Festival and collaborated alongside label-mates for the acclaimed Dr Seuss Meets Elefant Traks at Sydney’s Opera House.

If you are an Aussie hip hop fan, get to the Beach Hotel Sunday November 3 from 8pm, and witness an act that will blow your senses.

Tickets available via oztix.com.au.

 

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 

 

 


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