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
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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
Blues master Gerald Clark will woo audiences on the Mojo Rising Blues Cruise which runs in March 2019. Cabins for the cruise are selling fast, and more info on the cruise is available below the interview:
Article and photos by Ricardo Teixeira.
Blood Brothers 2018 hosted an impressive line-up at Platteland in Centurion on 29 September.
Fans came crowding in as doors opened, grabbing drinks and Pringles while awaiting the first act. With Redrock Breweries sponsoring the… Continue reading
Alberton will become a metal-lover’s wonderland once more tomorrow, as Krank’d Up will e hitting Sundowners in spectacular fashion. In anticipation of the event, we spoke to Pretoria three-piece Ruff Majik.
On 29 September, you’ll be playing… Continue reading
In September 2018, the popular Blood Brothers concert will be returning to Pretoria and Cape Town once again to wow local crowds.
2018’s line-up for South Africa’s elite supergroup has been meticulously selected, with old favourites being
joined by some… Continue reading
Still riding the wave of the release of his new single, “One for the Books”, things are looking bright for the talented Jethro Tait. We spoke to him recently about his career and his latest track.… Continue reading
On 16 June 2018, the weather was perfect for a day dedicated to the celebration of good music and most importantly, good beer. The warm winter sun baked down on Pretoria as we geared up for… Continue reading
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