Monday, February 18, 2019

[REVIEW] FPK – Selfmedikasie: The result of our youth!

Francois, Wynand, Hunter, Johnny, and Snake have delivered another album so perfectly crafted and relevant to the time of its release, just like they...

Vortex: Phoenix Festival of Fire 2017

Winter Vortex. With the season having ended roughly a month ago, the hype that built for Phoenix: Festival of Fire was insane. Every seasoned...

The Medicine Dolls: [The Band You Need To See]

  Waking up from a good gig is hard work. The first thing to deal with is the wool in your mouth, the indelicate gunk that’s...

SINGLE REVIEW: The Curious Incident – Behaviour Saviour

The Curious Incident are a unique success story of how two musicians from different sides of the world managed to find each other in England...

ALBUM REVIEW: You Me At Six – Night People

You Me At Six had a career built on defining the adolescent angst of emo teens on the back end of the mid-2000s emo...

IN REVIEW: Mother City Live

Photos and words by Cathelynne Walker From the Old Biscuit Mill to the Old Castle Brewery, Woodstock is a suburb never seen without bustle on...

EP REVIEW: Veladraco – Veladraco

The first time I encountered Veladraco was when they opened for Tweak’s 10 year reunion tour at The Assembly. I was exhausted after a...

SINGLE REVIEW: The Vanilla – Canopies

The Vanilla have charted their way through the South African music scene over the past two years with indie rock carefully crafted for mass consumption. Their...

REVIEW: Pyjama Planet – Max Chops

Photo by Matt Keeson Photography Normally when I listen to a band for the first time it’s at a live show or someone will play me...

LIVE REVIEW: KONGOS in London, England

  Touring to promote their new “radio-ready” album Egomaniac, released in June this year, KONGOS played three dates in the UK fresh off the European...

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