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Nominee list will be released during fall of 2017.Progressive Music Broadcasting Association, Inc.M was the first to implement a calendar style Australian wide hip hop gig guide early in 2014 and is still the go-to online place to keep up to date with what hip hop gigs are happening across Australia.Words From The City was nominated for five AFI Awards for Best Documentary, Best Direction in Documentary, Best Cinematography in Documentary, Best Editing In Documentary, and Best Sound in Documentary.12 Later years (2000s) edit The Melbourne hip hop group 1200 Techniques was formed in 1997 by "old-school" 1980s B-boy/aerosol artist DJ Peril (founding member of Melbourne hip hop crew, Island Boys).The group consisted of DJ Peril on production, turntables, and percussion, his brother Kem(Kemstar).Stealth Magazine debuted in 1999 and was distributed worldwide via Tower Records.Building upon successes from his record label to his new alcohol brand, Sizzurp, Jim Jones is preparing to release a new documentary dilm, currently titled.Prior to this, MC Opi co-produced Women on the Rhyme, the first national radio documentary about Australian female hip hop artists, created at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).Archived from the original (PDF) on Retrieved b Alfred Aborga.Following the winning of the award, Anu invited MC Opi to perform with her on the first 'Australian Jail Tour' as part of naidoc (National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee) Week in 1993 in order to raise awareness about indigenous deaths in custody.