Monthly Archives: August 2017
Ahead of the Good Luck Bar’s second birthday, we chatted to Half ‘n Half about his upcoming performance at the event.
You’ll be one of the artists performing at The Good Luck Bar’s second birthday party. Are you excited to… Continue reading
The second installment of our Flashback Friday segment takes a contemporary look at Kylie Minogue’s iconic album, Fever. Article by Kegan Gaspar.
Do you remember when Kylie Minogue released “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” and music was… Continue reading
Due to a possible extra Koppi headliner only being available in 2018, the kind folks at Oppikoppi have reduced this year’s ticket price from R900 to R749. The team are also introducing day tickets for the… Continue reading
Long-time Prime Circle keyboradist Neil Breytenbach has recently released a new single, “Tough Life”, as part of his new project: Cantrel. We spoke to him about this project and the release.
Recently, you released a new single titled… Continue reading
Review by Jessica Oosthuizen.
Daniel Baron released his third studio album, Weekend Of Mass Destruction, in June. Baron describes the album as one “celebrating love and destroying hate”.
The intro track “Pink Atomic Symphony” paves the road… Continue reading
Eclectic DJ DSCO CAM will be showing his skills on the decks at Grietfest on 26 August 2017. We had a quick catch-up to chat about his expectations for the event.
Tell us about your career as DJ and… Continue reading
In July this year, vibrant quartet Colour Faction released their debut single, “Marco Polo”. Today, the band releases their debut self-titled EP. We could up with the group to discuss the release.
Recently, you’ve released your debut… Continue reading