Australian producer/rapper Dysphemic shares a portion of his “Magic soup” with us. The Greek-music-inspired production is a blend of cultures and styles as he employs hard-hitting hip-hop, electronic aesthetics, and off-kilter sound design as well.


“Magic soup” is taken from his Beat Tape called RAKI BEATS, a concept beat tape made up of Greek samples.

Listen to the entire beat tape below and all other platforms HERE.


Producer and rapper, Dysphemic, son of Vernon Treweeke the “Father of Australian Psychedelic Art”, started experimenting with music on a Commodore Amiga 500 and playing drums when he was still in primary school. His unrelenting work ethic produced a number of acclaimed releases over his 10-year career traversing jungle, breakcore, hip hop, drum and bass, dubstep and glitch-hop. Releases such as ‘Sloth’, ‘Androids’, ‘Hypnosis’, and ‘Muthaf#ckn Dinosaur!’ received worldwide attention from music critics and raver kids alike.

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