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The Graeme Watkins Project have been clearing a path for themselves in the local music scene, and littering that path with a host of catchy tracks. We spoke to the group about their newest single… Continue reading
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Dum-Chang is a multi-faceted, widely-influenced band from Stellenbosch. We got to speak to them about their brand new eponymous EP and their future plans.
How would you describe the sound of your recently-released, self-titled debut… Continue reading
Author and musician David Cornwell has recently released his debut novel, Like it Matters, after having written for various other publications such as the Mail & Guardian, Prufrock and New Contrast. We spoke… Continue reading
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Boketto is an eclectic four-piece based in Cape Town. The band has recently released a full-length album called About You. We chatted to them about this release.
You’ve recently released your debut album,… Continue reading
Life Lyne is a six-piece worship band from Port Elizabeth. The group has recently released a new EP titled We Will Stand. We caught up with them to hear more about the release.
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Capetonian melodic djentcore band Subject to Slaughter have recently released their Eschatology EP. We caught up with the band to hear what to expect from the release, and how their launch at ROAR went.
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Newtown Knife Gang is a Joburg-based hard rock band that needs no introduction among local music fans. We spoke to vocalist Spencer Martin about the band’s new singles and their upcoming Oppikoppi and Krank’d Up performances.… Continue reading
Bittereinder have been kletsrym-ing their way into our hearts for many years now, and after taking a break from Oppikoppi in 2015, the trio is back again this year. We spoke to them about their… Continue reading
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Akkedis have been part of the SA rock scene for 20 years, and after a long wait, the band has recently released their brand new album, Onder Ou Tafelberg. We spoke to guitarist and… Continue reading
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Soothing, lullaby-like and gentle are but some of the adjectives that come to mind when listening to Capetonian indie folk act The Found Wonder’s new single, “Calling”. The track is delicately woven together and brings… Continue reading