Your local Adelaide rap boys, RDHS, have released their debut EP RAW in the last week and it is a confirmed playlist addition.
Seven tracks of electro-rap fire, it’s only looking up from here for the three-piece.
Even if rap ain’t your thing - balaclavas in front of a cathedral should surely tantalise you?
‘RAW’ opens with an intro tune, setting the tone and acting as a sneak-peek into the rest of the EP’s vibe.
The EP features the group’s first ever release ‘What I need’, a pure party tune that ticks plenty of boxes and has a music video to match.
Energetic from start to finish, tracks ‘Trash’ and ‘76’ are strong stand-out bangers, with audible dubstep influences, giving that filthy sound with in-your-face rap vocals.
Want to SEE? Save the 20th of October in your diary and head to the West Oak Hotel for the Straight Butter Saturday Meltdown show for RDHS’ debut performance.
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