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
On 29 September, Sundowners in Alberton will once again come alive with metal echoes as Krank’d Up makes its yearly appearance. We spoke to one of the headlining acts, British progressive metal band SikTh’s guitarist Dan Weller… Continue reading
Jaco Mans will once again be joining the impressive Blood Brothers 2018 team this weekend in Cape Town and on 29 Sept. in Pretoria. We chatted to him ahead of the concerts to find out more… Continue reading
This September, ten exceptional SA musicians will take to Pretoria and Cape Town’s stages (for one night only in each city) for the annual Blood Brothers concert. We spoke to Chris van der walt of The… Continue reading
On 26 October the Loftus D-field in Pretoria will light up with ghosts and ghouls of all kinds, as one of Pretoria’s most anticipated yearly events returns: Halloween. this year, Griet is teaming up with Ram to bring you an… Continue reading
Joburg-based alternative rock band OTN (Outside the New) have recently released their debut album Tabula Rasa. We spoke to guitarist Ian Wishart about this eclectic new release.
Interview by Ashton Kirsten.
How does it feel to… Continue reading
Blood Brothers alumnus Hanu de Jong (of The Narrow and Not My Dog) is joining the brotherhood once again in 2018 as the supergroup performs in Cape Town (Zip Zap Circus School) on 22 Sept. and in Pretoria… Continue reading
In March 2019 you will be part of the… Continue reading
As the world grows more and more environmentally conscious, South Africans have also been doing their part to reduce, reuse and recycle. South Africa’s favourite festival isn’t being left behind, and that’s why, at the 2018 festival next weekend, Oppikoppi… Continue reading