Kill City Blues
Series sponsored by Sailor Jerry.
Love the photies homie.
I’m not sure whether I should click on the Sailor Jerry link now on fear that its some sort of joke at my expense… or am I just para?
It’s just their website. They’ll be covering the cost of this new weekly series.
the cost being giving luke a bottle of rum.
There are other costs. Other bottles of rum.
Haha lol. @Roger All good homie. Is this some kinda white joke us black guys don’t get though? Like is it supposed to make us think? Photos are cool… maybe thats the point, but I still smell viral all over this.
Oh I’ve got a request for Andy. Please please please bring some more of that Montle Moroosi guy. The first article of Mahala I ever read was by him and since then I always look foward. I must have given you enough clicks to pay him for a night out on the town.
@Tim A: We were going to run the series anyway. Musicians spend more time in rehearsal spaces than they do on stage, so we thought we should honour that and show peeps what rehearsal spaces look like.
B: We’re constantly paying for Montle’s nights out. It never has a result.
KCB is home to pretty much every decent band in CT, from Fokof, aKING, Jack Parow, Springbok Nude Girls, Taxi Violence, Lark, Hog Hoggidy Hog, Half Price, and pretty much everyone else.
Cheapest drinks, coldest fridges, best vibes.
What a place.
Everyone from Gang of Instrumentals to HORSE the band (USA) have practiced and partied there.
The lube to our music scene.
Damn I love this place…respect to those doggies!!!! best rehearsal studios in SA
Luke, I’ll trade the rum for a pack of Red Bulls. Nice photos dude, great studio too. Whoever clicked Kak needs to re-evaluate their stance on supporting local music. KCB for the win.
For real, too!
it was probably the folk from the over priced, tiny little salty dog place.
They have air-cons. It’s pretty much their biggest advertising point.
Cool Pictures Well Done guys.
Respect to George and the crew for a well run establishment and a Big up to Sailor Jerry for supporting music.
KCB Storage room never stays locked, equipment gets stolen even though you pay for storage
I have only not required the keys on a handful of occasions [usually because someone else had just been in there to get their equipment], and no-one I know has had anything stolen from the storage room.
I even left my tuner behind by mistake last week, and someone returned it to the front desk.
I work for KCB and I am not aware of one single person reporting anything being stolen from the storage room.
Slander! Nice try!
And R50 a month storage, cant be beat.
Kill city rocks….that is all.
Kill City has the best rates and it looks realy pro too.always a great atmosphere and good for networking too as most of the bands you know like fokof,taxi,parow,ej von lyric,flat stanley,arno carstens etc are frequently there.i highly recommend the place to any band or just to people who want to hang out and chat to musicians.my band rehearses there on a weekly basis and we haven’t come across any other space as efficient and practical.Turn up the amps and Go!!!
Snare drum worth over 5 grand and several cymbal stands plus a throne were stolen. Not all at once, but over time in the last year. And it was reported, but was left helpless and told there’s nothing they can do.
Plus, my Marshall amp was rented to another band WITHOUT my permission and had to find out from the guy mailing me, saying he hopes that i dont mind, but he got my amp from ****** at Kill city to play a show the past weekend. ******* said it would be fine, just dont mention you got it from me.
That’s true… I kept my amp in storage. Every time I went there the cab was in a different position, and the stereo switch was always changed. That for me is bullshit. Cool vibe, but run it like a business… Get your own studio. It’s worth the money.
But no contact information? How the hell is this useful to anyone?
how much is it to rent out this rehearsal space?
Here’s a hook up to KCB – https://www.facebook.com/KillCityBlues — thanks go to Blou Django — https://www.facebook.com/bloudjango
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