Thursday, August 13, 2020

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Father John Misty: Bearded Indie Folk Hero Of The Internet

I believe that anyone who can get an NME article to end with the line: “It’s Father John Misty’s internet, we just live in it”, has made it. However, opinions about him are divided. Many...

ALBUM REVIEW: Nick Cave & the Band Seeds – Skeleton Tree

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds latest album Skeleton Tree is just as hauntingly poignant and evocative as one would expect from someone who suffered such a tragic loss last year. The album is the...

The Popularity Of The Breakup Ballad: Usable Material or Shameless Exploitation?

Breakups suck. Naturally, like most things, people handle them differently. Some people need to drink hard as a distraction, some seek comfort in food or exercise, and others pick up a guitar and turn those...

ALBUM REVIEW: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros – PersonA

Indie favourite sing-a-long band and creator of the upbeat and catchy song “Home”, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros has released a new album sans Jade Castrinos, the band member who arguably made “Home” the...

ALBUM REVIEW: Exmagician – Scan The Blue

Scan the Blue is the newest offering from Belfast band Exmagician, going for a louder, bolder sound than that of their previous project Cashier No.9. The band’s name derives from the Pavement song “Trigger Cut”...

What Hipsters Have Taught Me About The Cape Town Music Scene

You see them everywhere. They flock to vintage stores like moths to a flame, drawn by buzzwords like exclusive, one-of-a-kind retro pieces. They hang out in places that are deemed ‘cool’, not because they are...

INTRODUCING: Songhoy Blues

It is always amazing to stumble upon a band that truly epitomises the word original. We tend to throw around the word ‘refreshing’, and only see how meaningless it is when you discover a band...

ALBUM REVIEW: Cage the Elephant – Tell Me I’m Pretty

As a fan of Cage the Elephant for a couple of years, I’ve discovered that most people have one of three reactions to their sound. People either comment that the song sounds familiar (especially if...

Desmond and the Tutus at Darling Brewery

The music scene in Darling is synonymous with three words: Rocking the Daisies. For the last decade, the first weekend of October has seen an influx of festival goers who flock to Cloof Wine Estate...

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Jeremy Loops releases Mortal Man

New Music Friday took on a whole new persona. A day full of surprises and Jeremy Loops definitely added to the excitement. He released...

Guns N’ Roses South Africa 2018

We can finally announce our 2016 report of a reunion and South African show for Guns n' Roses, Not In This Lifetime tour is...

SA Music Scene Blog Submission Tips

With so much music being released and social media channels throttling your organic reach as well the fact that I would like to give...

SubmitHub & SA Music Scene

Our new and only way to submit music for review or promotion, in the past we slowed down on the number of submissions received...