Chris Munky & P.Smurf


Stage: Snakepit

Chris Munky, straight outta Bristol, UK is Banana Bombs Records’ label boss, producer and worldwide touring DJ with the likes of Chali 2na, Eva Lazarus, Gardna & INJA. Munky provides the finest selection in bass weighty gems from the past, present and future; in a smile laced, dancefloor inclusive set. His dubwise to junglist flavours are sure to nice up the area at every soundsystem event. To date, Chris has performed in 32 countries worldwide. From Mumbai to Vancouver, Northern Bass to Glastonbury and beach festivals to aircraft hangars; providing the finest selection in bass weighty gems from the past, present and future.

He has also collaborated both live and in the studio with with the likes of Eva Lazarus, LTJ Bukem, Royalston, Serial Killaz, Aphrodite, Chali 2na, Baby Bam (Jungle Brothers), INJA, Gardna, Parly B, P.Smurf & Dub Fx.

Original productions and remixes can be found on Murkt, Scratches Records, Liondub International, Westwood Recordings, High Chai Records, Gravitas Records, Muti Music and his own Banana Bombs Records imprint.

P.Smurf is an acclaimed Australian Hip-Hop MC and founder of Sydney Independent Hip-Hop label, Scratches Records. While establishing strong repute through his collaborative projects Daily Meds, Reverse Polarities and Sketch the Rhyme, Smurf, as he is colloquially known, has remained an integral part of the Hip Hop community for well over a decade. Boasting years of experience co-managing the renowned Big Village Records and touring company Freshly Squeezed; Smurf has earned a place amongst Australian Hip-Hop legends with more than just his music.

As an artist, P.Smurf champions an unmissable raw voice, speaking on political and social issues, encouraging awareness and inclusivity in his message. An established youth worker and music teacher; Smurf has been a long term facilitator of Hip-Hop workshops for youth around the country, working closely with public schools and companies such as Desert Pea Media, Heaps Decent and School Of Rap. Smurf uses Hip-Hop as a way to speak to the the world and make a change, and it works.

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