Monday, October 14, 2019

Single Review: Sutherland – We Are The Love

Since their inception in 2013, this Jozi-hailing indie-folk outfit has been hard at work making a name for themselves within the scene – and...

EP REVIEW: The Loneliest Monk – Let’s Talk

The Loneliest Monk is a brand new musical outfit, recently emerged from the intricate woodwork that is Cape Town’s underground music scene. Hailing from...

PREMIERE: The House on Cliff – Skin and Bones

The digital age, with its streaming and online music stores, has apparently massacred the beauty of rock music. People (Gene Simmons) constantly lament that the...

Single Review: Fox With That – Moonchild Sanelly feat. Maramza

Moonchild Sanelly, equipped with green dreadlocks and an infectious verve, seems quite ready to take over the country with her curious blend of electro...

INTRODUCING: After Robot and Bat Country

I recently had the opportunity to witness two brilliant up-and-coming South African bands: After Robot and Bat Country and thus, I present to you a unique double-feature...

Who is OH ROXY? #ThisIsMe

It is refreshing to see new talent entering our industry, especially when they enter the industry with an ethereal yet upbeat debut alternative pop...

SABiNE breathes new life onto SA’s dance-floors

With a sound and performance that would be right at home in one of Berlin’s grungiest underground clubs, SABiNE’s electronic New Wave dance tracks...

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...

Introducing: Sakawa Boys

  Self-described as ‘an elf, two men and a dwarf’ Sakawa Boys are a Cape Town based indie-pop outfit whose broad-ranging, echoing sound have swiftly...

INTRODUCING: Crystal Park

Country is a surpisingly specific, indeed rather difficult genre, rarely employed in the South African music industry. However, Benoni-based band, Crystal Park, have expertly...