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Join us in the subway for a full day of music in celebration of vinyl stores wordwidel

We’ll be opening for trade at 10am (yes TEN) with live bands/beats and DJs from midday.

Featuring performances from;
Skomes (Live)
Plutonic Lab (Beat Set)
Crate Cartel (Film Screening)
Cara Mia
• Myles G
Silver Linings (Live)
Au Dré (Live)
M5K (DJ Set)
• Wax Museum DJs

Info on RSD releases and Wax Museum exclusives dropping throughout the week so stay peeled!


Alright! We’re back for round three and this time we’re diving head-first into the land of the BEATS.

Join us in the tube for the perfect weekend warmup, with LAB Co. heavies SADIVA, ENTRO // and Walla C pitching in for a monster live SP throwdown + special guest Chopeye sharing his own productions on the The Beats Below sound system.

Samuel Haller aka Barry Whiter will be supporting this lot with a fresh selection of Hip-hop, instrumental beats and beyond + your usual Wax familia pouring beers and telling jokes.

Part 3 looks to be a jam, be there or be square!

**art by MIND TWIST**


Rounding off his 2017 Australian tour this month, John Robinson aka Lil Sci of Scienz of Life, New Jersey NY will be swinging by the shop for meets and greets!

The man behind a score of conscious Hip Hop, Beats and Future Jazz releases over past decade and a bit, JR’s visit includes headline shows at Ahimsa: Hip Hop and Rebirth Festival and Belleville presents: John Robinson (USA).

Hit up the event page for the latest. Good vibes + positive feels, join us for a cheeky Monday hang at the museum! BYO snacks and beverages highly endorsed!


Come down and join us for our second Friday afternoon subway session March 3rd!

The wax museum crew will be joined by guest selectors each session sharing music in the casual and friendly shop environment over a couple drinks.

For session #2 we have invited local selector’s NOISE IN MY HEAD (EFFICIENT SPACE/NIMH Records), Barry Sunset & Josh keys (Spin Club),SEDGWICK (Potatoheadz), + Wax Museum Djs

Kicking off at 4pm we invite you to grab a 6-pack and make your way underground for a casual dig n’ drink to get your weekend started right!



Come and join us for our first monthly Friday afternoon subway session! The wax museum crew will be joined by guest selectors each session sharing music in the casual and friendly shop environment over a couple drinks.

For session #1 we have the dynamic duo of Sleep D (Butter Sessions), Benny Badge (Gulf Point Records), GSM (Mellowdías Thump) and MeloFelo (Wax Museum Records).

Kicking off at 4pm – everyone is welcome so come get your weekend started right!


The “Thud Dust Drum Breaks” are 37 original drum breaks played, recorded & flavoured by Plutonic Lab ready for you to chop and sample to your weapon of choice! Pick them up direct from Pluto’s Bandcamp.

1967 Slingerland “Stage Band” Kit
1965 Ludwig “Super Classic” Kit
Ludwig “Black Beauty” 14 x 6
Ludwig “Supraphonic” 14 x 5
Blackbird Drums 14 x 5 Vintage Series Mahogany Snare Drum

Zildjian K, Paise 602, Paiste Twenty plus various Vintage Cymbals.

Recording Gear:
UBK Fatso, Avalon 727, Universal Audio LA 610, Studer 962 Mixing Console, Universal Audio Apollo 16, JLM TG500, Roland Space Echo.
Shure, Vintage Sennheiser & various ribbon Microphones.


’90s hip hop duo Pete Rock & CL Smooth are heading to Australia for the first time, banding the tour with the 25th anniversary of their influential Mecca & The Soul Brother record. The duo will bring their signature boom-bap/soul/jazz sounds to four shows around the country this March, playing their biggest hits from Mecca & The Soul Brother, The Main Ingredient and All Souled Out. The pair reunited last year and have been touring heavily — they’ll be in town from 8 March.

Catch tickets to the Melbourne date at The Prince while they’re still available!


Vibraphonist and vocalist Roy Ayers is known as the Godfather of Neo-Soul and is among the most respected jazz and R&B artists on the scene today.

Ayers was born in Los Angeles, California on September 10, 1940. Music has always been in his genes; his mother Ruby, was a schoolteacher and local piano instructor and his father, Roy Sr. was a sometimes-parking attendant and trombonist. As it often happens in a household filled with love and appreciation for music, Roy began to demonstrate his musical aptitude by the tender age of five. By then he was playing boogie tunes on the piano. He eventually turned his attention to the guitar and other instruments, including the trumpet, and drums before embracing instrument of choice, the vibraphone.

In the 1960’s, Roy was an award-winning jazz vibraphonist but soon transferred into a popular R&B band leader in the 1970’s and 80’s. Today, the dynamic music man is an iconic figure still in great demand. His career has been diverse and impressive, he created an influential soundtrack for the 1973 Blaxploitation film Coffy, performed on Whitney Houston’s hit song ‘Love Will Save the Day’ in 1988 and is one of the most sampled artists in R&B and Hip Hop, featuring on hits by Common, Mary J. Blige, Dr Dre and DÁngelo to name a few.

Don’t miss this true giant of Acid Jazz as he visits Melbourne with a sideshow at The Croxton before Bluesfest in Byron Bay this April!

Jaylib – Champion Sound: The Remix [LP + Download Card]


Released 13th January 2017

Madlib’s remix of Champion Sound, plus a previously unreleased track recorded in the original Jaylib sessions: “Da Rawkus.” Vocals: J Dilla. Production: Madlib.

01. Da Rawkus (Sir Bang Version)
02. The Official (Rap Circle Mix)
03. Heavy (Chronic Mix)
04. Optimos for Dilla (Interlude)
05. Survival Test (Rasta Dub Remix)
06. Champion Sound (Remix)
07. The Mission (Stringed Out Mix)
08. One for Dilla (Interlude)
09. Strapped (Four-4 Mix)
10. Da Rawkus (Original Version)


“The Unseen” A Detroit Beat Tape – Film Screening

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Following on from our screening of ”All Ears” we are screening the brand new documentary by the same film maker Gus Sutherland, “The Unseen” A Detroit Beat Tape!


The Unseen explores the soul and roots of Detroit Hip Hop Production, mirroring the sketchpad style format of a beat tape. Loosely acting as a prequel to the L.A. based “All Ears” documentary,

The Unseen provides rare insights into a scene that has remained distant from the public eye while giving birth to some of the culture’s richest and most influential sounds. The film glimpses the hidden and elusive characteristics inherent in a city often depicted in a one dimensional light.

-Screening 1 will commence at 6:30 Monday 12th December  book here                                                               -Screening 2 will commence at 6:30 Tuesday 13th December  book here

Both screenings will be in ”The Beats Below” our new space connected to Wax Museum