Monthly Archives: October 2017
The October 2017 edition of Park Acoustics is the second last for the year. We spoke to the eclectic Georgetown ahead of the event, which happens on Sunday, 29 October.
You’ll be performing at the October instalment of… Continue reading
An all-star line-up is heading to the Good Luck Bar on Sunday, 5 November 2017 at 19:00 to pay tribute to some of rock’s biggest legends: Led Zeppelin. Members of the tribute group include Martin Cito Otto… Continue reading
As the year is slowly drawing to an end, we get ready for the second last Park Acoustics of the year with Aking, Klopjag, Georgetown, Bacchus Nel, Deon Bakkes and the Stolen Horses and DJ Legend.
The year is almost… Continue reading
Article by Shann Boje.
On Saturday, 7 October, Bastille closed off their Wild, Wild World Tour at Emmarentia Dam in Johannesburg to an enthusiastic and soaked crowd. Anybody that decided to skip the performance because of… Continue reading
On Sunday, 5 November, SA rock masters Jason Oosthuizen (Punk ’n Roll, Lost & Found, Van Coke Kartel), Martin Cito Otto (Wonderboom), Neil Breytenbach (Prime Circle), Chris van der Walt (The Black Cat Bones) and Werner Bosman will… Continue reading
Blues master Doc Maclean is back in South Africa for the Cross Bones Blues Tour, his second SA tour. We spoke to Maclean about the tour, his Oppikoppi performance and more.
On 4 October, you launched the Cross Bones… Continue reading
Passionate singer Dominic Neill is always striving for greatness in his music. We spoke to this talented artist about the release of his debut album, Out of My League.
You recently released your debut album, Out of… Continue reading
Dirty Moonshine is a gritty rock ‘n’ roll four-piece from Johannesburg. This weekend, the band will be lighting up Koppi’s famed Skellum stage. We spoke to them ahead of this year’s festival.
This weekend, you’ll be playing on… Continue reading
Article by Jessica Oosthuizen.
The lightning and thunder on the night of Krank’d Up music festival was not the only things that electrified the air and roared into the night.… Continue reading
Review by Kegan Gaspar.
South African music lovers let out a collective sigh of defeat when Al Bairre announced their break-up. The band left a distinct mark on the South African music scene and enthralled us all with a vibrancy… Continue reading