Monday, October 14, 2019

Psych Night x Red Bull: God Save The New Wave

God Save The New Wave - a title that had me reminiscing my National Anthem, although thankfully the similarities ended there. The album comprises...

[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...

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...

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...

ALBUM REVIEW: The Pretty Reckless – Who You Selling For

“There’s no light. Mama, I can’t see at all at all. There’s no one here to break this fall. Mama, there’s no one at...

ALBUM REVIEW: The Devil Wears Prada – Transit Blues

Written by Nicolas González The Devil Wears Prada have always been a band who insist on doing things on their own terms. While many of...

ALBUM REVIEW: Waterparks – Double Dare

Waterparks blew into the alternative scene this year with their breakthrough EP Cluster. The EP found them with a fixed slot on this year's...

ALBUM REVIEW: ISO – Polydimension

ISO  has taken another great and exciting step in their musical career. ISO’s latest album, Polydimension, is one of South Africa’s most exciting releases...

ALBUM REVIEW: Richard Stirton – Middle Groud

Richard Stirton, winner of The Voice: South Africa in 2016, coached by Kahn Morbee lead singer of The Parlotones, has released his debut album...

EP REVIEW: Peasant – No Love

We live in a country that is teeming with corruption, inequality and sheer injustice, yet few artists or bands ever really write songs that...