Saturday 9 February 2008 | 7–10.30 pm
The National Gallery of Australia presents the freshest and finest Australian hip-hop to coincide with the end of Culture Warriors, the inaugural National Indigenous Art Triennial. Reminiscent of a Bronx subway, the Gallery’s underground car park will play host to an all-star line-up:
URTHBOY, BROTHA BLACK
YOUNG MURPH (U.S.A.), WIRE MC, OMAR MUSA, PAUL HOUSE
With graffiti, rap, street-culture demos, breakdancing and more, Underground Sounds guarantees to please hip-hop fans.
Visit the performers myspaces for music, videos, pictures, biographies and more:
Free entry | all ages | Alcohol and smoke free event
Underground carpark | National Gallery of Australia, Canberra | Enquiries on (02) 6240 6502 | nga.gov.au/NIAT07