Robyn Perros / 07.08.2015 "We all need some place to escape to, when the city grabs a hold of our ankles and starts to pull us into the concrete. And sometimes a rooftop is
Franky Blank / Images by Nina Zillah Bekink / 06.08.2015 The Frown’s launch of their new album, We Are Not Dead, shot rivers of enigmatic voltage through my veins. Every detail was mesmerising, from the delicately folded origami swans to
Mahala Scribes / 22.07.2015 The moving documentary, They Will Have To Kill Us First, about the ban on music in northern Mali had its African premier at the Durban International Film Festival... Check
Robyn Perros / 15.07.2015 Raheem Kemet is one of the many legends Durban has watched grow from its cultural cracks. He's an emcee, a singer, poet, beatboxer and a walking canvas depicting Durban's conscious
Mahala Scribes / 06.07.2015 "There's something strangely incongruous about meeting up with a pop musician in a doctor's room..." Kyle Deutsch – musician and chiropractor – has just released the video for the chart-topping,
Tumi Molekane / 24.06.2015 Tumi announces his new album, Return of the King, with great eloquence and sincerity, locating it in a social landscape where "we are starting to see the cracks."
Robyn Perros / Images by Marcello Maffeis / 17.06.2015 Zulu blues legend Madala Kunene, Reunion island's Nathalie Natiembé and kasi-choir The Soil kicked off the opening night of the inaugural Zakifo Muzik Festival at the Durban City Hall –
Samora Chapman / 17.06.2015 A bad case of Zakifobia is what you should have if you missed out on the Saturday night goings on in Rivertown, Durban. Fear of missing out, not fear of