“If Mac Miller and Ed Sheeran had a baby”



It was never Hedge’s plan to do music full-time. And even after his second release, the twenty year old would tell you that he’s not really a musician, but just someone who knows what sounds good.

His DIY-living room music on the other hand sounds anything but unprofessional.
Just like any other kid, he started by producing beats on his computer when he was fourteen years old. After some years of experimenting with sounds, he wanted to finally finish one of his songs. And put it out for people to hear.

At this time he got to know the old school Rock-guitarist Olly Lagemann (Cats TV, Loz Tinitoz) who helped him on his journey.

In the end there were not one, but three songs he put out as the Ocean-EP in 2018.
By that time hedge moved to various cities of Germany, studied for a short amount and finally found his place in Hanover, where he’s doing an apprenticeship as a media creator, while still working hard for his passion.

After some time we finally get to hear his second project: “Mellow Days”. It’s his personal inner conflicts translated into music. Self-doubt, as well as frustration and love are the topics he discusses. For every song there is another kind of sound to discover in his six-song ep.

One moment you’re rebelling against the world itself (“ let’s set the whole world on fire”), in another your having a face to face conversation, talking about your deepest feelings in a motel room.
In the next moment your sitting at the piano, talking about love and how it hurts. This happens in an abstract, but still soulful way.

With every track Hedge takes us on a little journey. And you can be sure that none of his songs sound like the other. But why don’t you just take a look yourself.

Tu P music covers issues of global significance



Tu Pham is a doctor working in family and mental health, a rapper and songwriter, a public speaker and a second generation Vietnamese Australian. His music videos examine politics and health issues in a biopsychosocial framework, performed in an entertaining and accessible format. He has performed shows in Brisbane, Sydney, London and New York. He has graced the covers of mX and GP Journey Magazine, headlined for the event “Rhyme, Rhythm and Reason” and has been a panel member at the Pho’nomenal BrisAsia Festival and Inter-Asia Pop Studies conference at Monash University. He was a plenary speaker for the “Creative Careers in Medicine conference” at the Gold Coast. Tu Pham reached number 1 on the Reverbnation Brisbane hip hop charts a number of times, and has been featured on 4ZZZ radio. His album “Made of Jade” can be found on iTunes and Spotify. His music video “Save Our Seas” reached 1.6 million Facebook views and has featured on Inquirer.net. On 30th October 2020 he released his sophomore album “Agenda”.

The last four years, especially 2020, have been particularly challenging for everybody. Rapper and Doctor Tu Pham has been documenting these crises in detail via the medium of hip-hop music. After the viral success of the pan-ASEAN track “Save Our Seas”, Tu P follows up with the 20 track album ‘Agenda’. The topics covered include: Climate Change, Child Protection, Terrorism, Policing, Freedom of Speech, Asian Geopolitics, Coronavirus, Healthcare and The Arts. Tu P realizes these issues are bigger than himself and bigger than music. Drawing on personal experience and astute observation, he uses his platform to deliver a message with clarity and conviction.