Heaps Decent is an Australian based dynamic arts organisation working with young people & emerging artists from marginalised & disadvantaged communities, providing a means by which they can tell their story in their own way. Heaps Decent supports change, positive futures & the development of high quality Australian music with a unique identity.
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Music

The latest audio productions from Heaps Decent studios.

RAVIN – PURE MIND

Heaps Decent is proud to present ‘Pure Mind’, the jewel that completes the experience of Ravin’s debut EP, ‘Soulfood’.

HEAPS DECENT HURSTVILLE WORKSHOPS

Heaps Decent facilitators Kristy Lee and Joyride recently facilitated some workshops with the Hurstville Council. Check out the great music they made with the young people there!

Home Base Update

Check out some of the latest Home Base recordings – we have some seriously talented young people coming down to lay down some lyrics and work on their tracks.

Riverina Boys EP

Wax Motif produced hit “Burnt Warrior”!

Check out the awesome EP we’ve just released with tracks from some of the young people are Riverina Juvenile Justice Centre in Wagga Wagga, produced by Heaps Decent superstar facilitator Adam Bozzetto with special guests Wax Motif and Joyride.

‘Central Kids’

“I made a video for the cute little song I made when I was in Wilcannia last year with Sarah from Shopfront. Working from Wilcannia Central School and Wings Drop In Centre, I helped about 10 kids aged 8 to 14 write their own verses and the chorus. All the video footage was recorded while we weren’t recording vocals! The beat is Teach Me How To Dougie by Cali Swag District.”

Pablo Calamari’s Remix of ‘We’re Going to Lomandra’

Pablo Calamari is our good friend. You might know him better as one half of the club duo Act Yo Age, or maybe by his old alias Elroy. The dude is a club veteran and he has brought all of his wisdom to his remix of The Lomandra Crew’s “We’re Going To Lomandra”. This percussion heavy, tropical BEAST is perfect for getting that crowd moving. Hopefully they’ll join in with the lyrics too (“Ay! Ay! What’s your name?”)!

‘Anywhere But Here’ Prod. by A-Trak

In September last year, A-Trak came to Australia with the Parklife tour. While he was here he joined Heaps Decent in Wagga Wagga, NSW where we took him to Riverina Juvenile Justice Centre for a day of music making with the young artists inside the centre.