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"Hiphopsphere review"

HIPHOPSPHERE.COM: For an MC who has no label, no promotion, no distribution and no in your face hype, Seth Sentry has created quite stir with his debut “The Waiter Minute EP”. The pure quality of lyrics, themes and emotion delivered on each track is the sole result for his high Internet traffic and EP sales that are available only through his myspace.

Every track on the release welcomes you into the eyes of the 25 year old Melbourne MC with an outlook on life like no other I have heard. Although his flow can be deemed un-polished, it appears to work in his favour as the listener is left with a curious ear bar to bar. Along with his hypnotic voice and flow change ups, the entire EP stands to create tracks with an incredible high re-play value.

All beats on the EP are handled by super producer Matik who is also responsible for the production on Pez’s debut LP “A Mind Of My Own” proving to the country again that Matik has perhaps become the best producer in this country over night.

Check out the tracks for yourself at, and you will understand why I believe Seth Sentry is one of Melbourne’s best kept secrets.

10 Spheres out of 10


"Ozradio Review"

Seth Sentry
the Waiter Minute EP
Look out Victoria, a legend is being born in Aussie Hip Hop. Seth Sentry's highly-anticipated debut ‘the Waiter Minute EP‘ in November 08 has already caught a lot of positive attention and with plans for a full-length due in early 09, Seth has a busy year a head of him. His debut EP is truly a worth while buy for any fan of Aussie Hip Hop, this five track EP is a wide variety of styles unique to Seth. With a slight bit of humour and clever lyrics you really get a great insight into the life experiences of this 25 year old rapper from Melbourne. With tracks that touch on topics of love for a good breakfast, the war we don’t expect, or leaving you ex and catching the next train out of there, Seth combines a mix of great story telling with a personal touch. Backing the great lyrics on every track has a banging beat to get you into the mood of the song, with marching drums, the additional vocals Jane Bunn on the track ‘Strange this CD will keep you listening time and time again. My personal pick off this album would defiantly be a ‘Warm Winter’ like all the rest of the EP it’s a great mix of beats and lyrics. If you haven’t yet gotten yourself a copy, you should definitely swing by Seth’s OZRadio or Myspace page for details on how to get your self a copy of this already epic debut EP. Seth Sentry will be giving us some time in the next issue to talk about Seth’s EP and his journey in Hip Hop. -


The Forthwrite Mixtape - 2007
The Waiter Minute EP - 2007



Emerging from Melbourne’s live hip hop scene with the November release of his highly-anticipated debut EP, The Waiter Minute, Seth Sentry has a busy summer ahead, finalising his debut full-length (due for an early 2009 release) whist touring and promoting in support of the EP.

The culmination of several years’ involvement in the local scene and a strong musical partnership with respected Melbourne producer Matik, The Waiter Minute EP has quickly garnered widespread media attention and favourable reviews:

“Every track on the release welcomes you into the eyes of the 25 year old Melbourne MC with an outlook on life like no other I have heard … along with his hypnotic voice and flow change ups, the entire EP stands to create tracks with an incredibly high re-play value.”


Introduced to the live circuit in 2003 through performances with local hip hop/drum and bass outfit D.S.O.L, Seth quickly became a fixture at Elf Tranzporter’s seminal ‘Phat Logic’ night from 2003-‘05, where he honed a freestyle technique that ultimately gained him local prominence through a third placing in the 2005 Revolver Battles competition.

By this time he also organized and kicked off the successful weekly ‘Sideshow Freaks’ night at The Old Colonial in Fitzroy. Featuring a weekly line up of emcees and acts from around Australia, it was here he met and began a working relationship with talented hip hop producer Matik and Melbourne emcee Pez, leading to an appearance on ‘Lazy’ from the Forthwrite Mixtape (2007) and a guest feature on Pez's hit album A Mind Of My Own (2008).

Truly independent and self-funded, Seth scribbled down rhymes for many of the tracks comprising The Waiter Minute on docket pads and serviettes during breaks between food and beverage orders at his day job at local restaurants.

Seth Sentry creates energetic songs with complex, unpredictable and challenging lyrics, held together with a strong narrative flow; a clear but sophisticated story emerges from each song on The Waiter Minute, while Matik's top-shelf production skills make each song coherent and accessible.

Seth's stark, sophisticated narratives often confront controversial and deeply personal themes, yet the emcee’s mature but quirky sense of humour is always in evidence.