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by Rob Scher / 06.10.2015
Born and bred in Jozi, Andrew Orkin is an internationally acclaimed composer and film-scorer now living in New York City. Rob Scher catches up with the young South African re-defining
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Cape Town alternative rockabilly boogie blues outfit the Bone Collector's finally dropped their first video for their hit "Tombstone".
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Album Round-Up

by Mahala / 25.11.2011
Here at Mahala albums stack up exponentially, digitally and on CD. Often they’re not exactly worth a full review but definitely worth a mention. Occasionally we will compile a selection
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River Buckets

by Rob Scher / 20.08.2011
Canned laughter echoes throughout the street as homely baguette ladies jostle for your attention. “Sabadee!” A warm smile spread across her face as she offers to whip you up a
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Sweet Revelation

by Teci Peci, images by Danielle Clough / 26.05.2010
Recently named by Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse as his preferred South African venue, Mercury Live & Lounge rarely disappoints when it comes to throwing cracking gigs. With three relatively new bands
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Kak. Braam Fischer Road, Johannesburg: where you can rent cars, houses, lawnmowers and people to iron your undies.
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by Zoë Henry / 23.06.2014
The moment I arrive at my hostel in Barceloneta, Barcelona, I’m reminded that racism and xenophobia know no borders. “Avoid the Moroccans, Algerians and Tunisians,” are the welcoming words issued
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Phantasmagoria at the Opera

by Rob Scher / Illustration by Andrew Moerdyk / 02.02.2012
Prologue In the Phantom of the Opera, Christine Daae is seduced by a spectral voice she believes to be the prophesised ‘angel of music’. He turns out to be a guy
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Writing on the Wall

by Samora Chapman / Images by Karen Logan / 16.08.2011
It was an icy Sunday morning. A handful of graffiti writers gathered to paint what everyone thought was a legal wall on Sydney Road, downtown Durban. The event had been
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by Linda Stupart / 07.07.2011
‎”They wore blouses with buttons down the front that suggested the possibilities of the word undone. These women could be undone; or not. They seemed to be able to choose.
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