Cape Town’s finest rock n roll musicians gather on one night to pay Homme-age to one of rock n roll’s finest outfits in a first of it’s kind, Queens Of The Stone Age Tribute show.
Now you might be wondering why the hell there’s a tribute to a band that are all alive, kicking and gigging… Well, to be honest, we’re on the tip of Africa with one of the worst currencies, our real alternative music festival looks to have kicked the bucket and a lack of support to rock ‘n roll. So, that’s why… To start off the hype for one of the best rock bands we’ve teamed up with the tribute musos to give you the chance to win tickets.
Continue reading WIN: QOTSA Tribute 2016
By : Ezelle Louw (@lupaphoto)
The sad news of another live music venue closing hit us this past week. Zula Bar has been home to some of our industry’s most prominent artist and also provided unknown bands an opportunity to showcase their music to the public. After 9 years of providing us with music and talent, Zula Bar is closing its doors on us. This weekend is the last festival of music happening , so please make sure you make extra effort to go say your goodbyes. Here we have the line up for you! Bands not listed in any particular order of performance. Continue reading Zula Bar – The Last Dance
Interview by Katherine Brookes (Twitter: @KathValenti)
The Sleepers will be performing at Rock the River 2012 / 2013. Read our interview and get to know the band a bit! Continue reading Get Ready for Rock the River. CTMS Interview: The Sleepers
Interview by : Kaylene Overall (@kayoverall)
Since May 2010 its five members have been at work, fusing their musical talents to produce a sound that varies between between being menacing and reflective, while remaining sincere.
They answered some of our questions to ready ourselves for Rock the River.
Who are you as band most looking forward to see perform live at Rock The River?
The Sleepers, Van Coke Kartel, All Guns Full Ammo, Woodstock Mafia, Taxi Violence and ING (to name a few).
Continue reading Get Ready for Rock the River. CTMS Interview : Black Moscow