- Gumbaynggirr nation, Bowraville, New South Wales, Australia
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- About Wire
"MC for me means My Cousin" says Wire MC when asked about his name. His real name is Will Jarrett.
Hip-hop is really a voice of the community, of the area. It helps you represent where you're from. It teaches you self-knowledge and self-awareness.— Wire MC
I'm Abo-digital because I'm a 21st century Aboriginal, I'm down with laptops and mobile phones and home entertainment. But digital also means your hands and your ?ngers. I'm still putting my ?ngers in the dirt; I'm still using my hands to create things. So that's the ambiguity.— Wire MC about his album AboDigital
But I'm not Aboriginal. I'm Abodigital. At the beginning of time, our ancestors had a Dreaming, which all our people today are connected to. I'm connected too, but mine is a digital Dreaming.— Wire MC
Wire MC started a hip-hop crew in Bowraville called Barrung Buljurr Girrawa which means Bowra Rhythm Mob. He also makes music with his two sons. They call themselves the Bowra Boy Clan.
Album formats explained Explain formats
- 10": 10 inch vinyl records were played at 45 or 33 1/3 rounds per minute (rpm). The former could hold 9, the latter 12 minutes of music per side.
- 7": 7 inch records (often referred to as 45s) were played at 45 rpm or 33 1/3 rpm, with about 4:30 or 6 minutes of music per side.
- LP: Long play, is a vinyl record played at 33 1⁄3 rpm with a 12 or 10-inch diameter.
- EP: Extended play, are vinyl records that allowed two or even three songs on each side.
Bring it On! (7″)
- Bring it On!
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There are no other albums of Wire MC because he's mainly playing at festivals and giving hip-hop workshops in Aboriginal communities.
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