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by Stealth Magazine on January 5, 2009 · 8 comments

Stealth Magazine was originally printed in Sydney in June 1999. It started as a black and white zine but eventually turned full colour and had a CD attached to it. At one time we were distributed around the world by the likes of Tower Records. September 11 (2001) took out a bunch of our distributors so we re-focused locally (Australia). To date, we have published 14 issues.

This website is visited by 15-20,000 people per month. From around 2002 until the end of 2008, the website was primarily just a message board. In January 2009, I decided to finally get some of my content up. I used to write weekly hip hop columns in various street press, host The Mothership Connection radio show on 2SER and have written for 60+ mags around the world. I’m hoping to get all of that content up here one day.

I’m still working out what I want this to become. But, for now, I’m trying to re-visit the times when I really enjoyed writing about hip hop and it wasn’t a matter of weekly, lowly paid deadlines.

Mark Pollard (@markpollard)
Founder, Stealth Magazine

Address:
Stealth Magazine
GPO BOX 666
Sydney NSW 2001
Australia

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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Rosano March 4, 2010 at 3:23 pm

Hi, I’m trying to get in touch with Blaze.
Can somebody please forward me his phone details?

Cheers,

Rosano aka Snooze aka Assassin

2 jack May 21, 2010 at 12:05 pm

DOPE

3 Sean July 13, 2010 at 10:57 pm

Hi, I dug up some of my old issues of Stealth the other day, and man did I miss them!!!! Best out of Any Hip Hop mag I Ever bought. Im Really wanting to know is there Any way of buying any back issues-if there is any left?

4 Victor April 2, 2012 at 6:15 pm

I like to buy every issue of Stealth mag there is. Anyway you can sell them to me?

5 Fanon Che Wilkins May 14, 2012 at 3:58 pm

Peace Mark. Just wanted to let you know that your site is pure genius. These interviews are so so important for understanding the diverse ideas that make up Hiphop Kulcha!!!!!
I am learning so much man. Please keep the fiyah and continue to lace the world with Hiphop’s intellectual property.

6 Mark Pollard May 14, 2012 at 10:30 pm

Hi Victor. Try the message boards or Ozhiphop. Unfortunately, we don’t have many copies left and haven’t printed in 6 years.

7 mayhem koa October 13, 2012 at 8:48 am

….Yo Blaze…. Soo good to see the old Flicks.. I remember the St marys roller rink i came wit Tudor and u were doing that ice t piece…

8 Mat Ward December 23, 2012 at 5:19 am

Urthboy says: “Indigenous artists carry a profoundly engrossing and intriguing story for international audiences, yet it’s barely understood by many Australians.”
This free ebook aims to be an introduction to some of the Aboriginal hip-hop artists out there. Thanks.
http://goo.gl/YkAAE

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