This June, Capital Craft Beer Fest will make its annual return. This year, the event will take place at the Pretoria National Botanical Gardens. We had a quick chat with Just Brewing ahead of this year’s festival:
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Saturday 15 June 2019 we will be hosting the 7th Annual Capital Craft Beer Festival. Over the last few years Capital Craft Beer Festival has established itself as an indispensable part of the Pretoria social calendar not to… Continue reading
Article and all photos by Ashton Kirsten.
It’s that time of year again – a chill in the night air, yellowing poplar trees, and an unending torrential downpour. Pull on your gumboots and grab that umbrella, because here’s my experience… Continue reading
In May this year, Ukranian metal band Jinjer will be playing two exclusive shows in SA, in Cape Town and Gauteng with special guests, UK progressive rock act, SÜMER. We spoke to the band about their SA visit… Continue reading
30 November 2018 saw the release of Cockles’ debut album, The World’s Best Narcissist. The brainchild of Shortstraw frontman Alastair Thomas, the album comes after the release of two singles – ‘Joshin’ Around’ and ‘Narcissist’… Continue reading
Indie folk three-piece Sutherland have been making waves in the SA music industry in recent years. We had a quick chat with the band to discuss their latest EP, Rainmaker, and their plans for 2019.
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Afrikaans rock mainstays Straatligkinders have recently released a long-awaited new album, Verdwyn. We spoke to frontman Bouwer Bosch about the album, and their single, “Wonder”.
Interview by Ashton Kirsten.
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Alt-pop twopiece Emerger have recently released their debut album, Bloom. The duo draws their inspiration from a wide variety of sources, which is clear to see when listening to their first musical offering.
The album opens with “Hindsight”, an upbeat… Continue reading
Reviewer: Ashton Kirsten
Straatligkinders have recently delivered their new album, Verdwyn, and while their heavier sound has been tweaked, their new album makes for easy listening that retains the band’s unmistakable essence. Inspired by time, the album marks… Continue reading