Today sees the release of a new EP by eclectic band The Lectric Monks. We had a quick chat with the band about the EP:
You recently released your new single,… Continue reading
On Sunday, 18 February, the audience at the National Botanical Gardens in Pretoria was wooed by the sultry sounds of Canadian rock legends Crash Test Dummies. It was a warm day filled with family-friendly activities. picnics and top-class music.
First… Continue reading
By Kegan Gaspar.
In the wake of Lily Allen’s infectious new single, a collaboration with Giggs entitled “Trigger Banger”, this week’s Flashback Friday will reflect on her witty and razor sharp albums that have entrenched Allen in the minds and… Continue reading
Ahead of the release of his 9th studio album, we spoke to guitar legend Dan Patlansky:
You have recently launched your 9th studio offering, Perfection Kills. What can fans anticipate from this release?
I believe it… Continue reading
Article by Kegan Gaspar.
Despite heavy rainfall and a brief dance of hail and lightning, Texas delivered a phenomenal set at Montecasino on Sunday, 10 December.
The opening acts consisted of the quirky Emily Capell, the… Continue reading
Review by Jessica Oosthuizen.
Raptors & Remnants is the solo project of Nicolas Gonzalez, lead vocalist and guitarist of alternative rock band Climate Control.
Gonzalez has just released his debut track “Serpent Sound”, a hauntingly beautiful composition.… Continue reading
Before the 2012 film featuring the likes of Tom Cruise, Russell Brand and Catherine Zeta-Jones, there was the Broadway production of the jukebox musical Rock of Ages that ran for 2,328 performances. Until 10 December, 80s glam rock fans can experience… Continue reading
Review by Jessica Oosthuizen
Jack Parow recently dropped his new album Afrika 4 Beginners and he is back with “fresher than zef” beats. The lyrics on the album are outstanding, the songs are rough, funny and sometimes sombre and nostalgic.… 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