Morganics is an Australian hip hop artist, performer, director and community worker. He has worked in jails, community centres and isolated Aboriginal communities all around Australia teaching hip-hop. In 2002 he released his solo album "invisible forces..." and "All You Mob! Recordings of young Aboriginal Hip Hop from around Australia". This spawned the now infamous 'Down River' track by The Wilcannia Mob. He was recently highly commended in the Justice Awards at New South Wales Parliament House for his work with socially and economically disadavantaged people in rural and regional New South Wales.
He has performed with his old crew MetaBass'n'Breath all around Australia, they twice toured the US and in 2002 he toured solo to the States performing at The Fillmore and The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
Parallel to his career as an MC and Bboy he has performed in a number of theatre, TV and film productions. Morganics is arguably Australia's foremost Hip Hop Theatre practicioner. He started acting at the age of eleven and breakdancing at the age of thirteen. He has been in numerous plays, TV shows and films such as playing Lee Majors son in the CBS production Danger Down Under. He directed 'Hip Hopera' a mammoth Community Theatre production in 1995, and performed in 'The Bridge, a Hip Hop Play' in '96.
He performed at the 2002 Adelaide International Festival in 'The Longest Night' a theatre show incorporating elements of hip hop created in collaboration with residents of Adelaide's western suburbs. He has performed solo Hip Hop Theatre Shows at The Cleveland International Performance Art Festival (1994) and Brisbane International Arts Festival (1996). He has presented three different solo shows at The Performance Space in Sydney.
Morganics appears on The Red Room Troubadours CD with a unique Red Room rap. Listen to a recording of Morganics performing his spoken word piece, 'the fact is...'