Sunday, May 31, 2020

EP REVIEW: Gavin and Krehan – The New Dope

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Hip-hop is currently blowing up all over the world. Spotify ranks it as the most listened to genre on the streaming service. For whatever...

ALBUM REVIEW: Sum 41 – 13 Voices

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It was the height of the summer of 2010 – the year in which I was about to embark on an awkward and misshapen...

ALBUM REVIEW: Young Guns – Echoes

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It feels just like yesterday that Young Guns released their third studio album Ones and Zeroes, or rather just last year as the band put out...

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

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Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds latest album Skeleton Tree is just as hauntingly poignant and evocative as one would expect from someone who...

ALBUM REVIEW: Twin Atlantic – GLA (Red Bull Records)

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Twin Atlantic had a rather slow-burning start to their career. The first two albums released by the Scottish alternative rock outfit perked the ears...

ALBUM REVIEW: Black Sulfer – Leech

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Hard rock is at a point of decline. The genre hit the peak of its existence in the mid-2000s and quickly petered off into...

EP REVIEW: Edisontide – Self-titled

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Pop music in South Africa has a habit of hitting these peaks in musical creativity before once again plateauing out as artists become complacent...

EP Review: Josh Wantie – Paper Crowns

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Paper Crown is light and easy to listen to with and pleasing harmony between the vocals and the instruments. Josh Wantie’s “Go Under” is...

EP REVIEW: The Jumping Guns – Self-Titled

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The over-saturation of the indie scene can be partially blamed on the South African aversion to calling bands pop rock. Any band with an...

The Liminals: Come Closer EP

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A band with a crispy fresh South African sound and the satisfaction of subtle but surprising elements, every other second of each song. The...