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
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
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
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
The second installment of our Flashback Friday segment takes a contemporary look at Kylie Minogue’s iconic album, Fever. Article by Kegan Gaspar.
Do you remember when Kylie Minogue released “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” and music was invented?
Review by Jessica Oosthuizen.
Daniel Baron released his third studio album, Weekend Of Mass Destruction, in June. Baron describes the album as one “celebrating love and destroying hate”.
The intro track “Pink Atomic Symphony” paves the road for the… Continue reading