Matt Vend / 15.09.2014 It’s a typical August Monday morning in Durban – the howling winds are upon us and a whirlpool of rubbish from the weekend is circulating around the inner city, trapped
Mooketsi Nthite / 12.09.2014 Yo, why the fuck do some of these American musicians come to SA and give us half-hearted, lip synced performances like we too dumb to notice? At the first I
Paul Blom / 12.09.2014 Paul Blom catches up with legendary grindcore band Groinchurn, which is all set to open for Sepulutra this weekend in Jozi and Cape Town. Brace yourself for the onslaught!
Lineo Segoete / 09.09.2014 Hymphatic Thabs was the first Mosotho-born emcee to make an impact on the Mzansi scene. But the multi-talented cat lost his way, leaving fans, friends and foes wondering: 'what happened'?
Matt Vend / 08.09.2014 Matt Vend was given the task of managing a pop-up music venue on Dr Pixley Kaseme Street, Durban. He reflects on the success of the urban rejuvenation project, and the
Tseliso Monaheng / 29.08.2014 Tseliso Monaheng remembers a night spent in a Cape Town loft with the cats from Beatenberg, as they pieced together one of the songs for their new album... music to
Morrel Shilenge / 26.08.2014 “Arise and shine, for your light has come!” These words are spoken on the vocal hook that characterises the hit on beat master Black Coffee’s 2011 album Africa Rising; a
Luca Barausse / 21.08.2014 The Miners Shot Down documentary about the brutal Marikana massacre screened at Live The Venue in Durban at the weekend. The story I witnessed left me heart broken, compelled to
Paul Blom / 21.08.2014 We love to compartmentalise ourselves in factions. It’s that tribal instinct. Besides the obvious religious and ideological divides, there are far less deadly ways by which we identify
Tseliso Monaheng / 18.08.2014 Seated a metre or so from me is Africa's biggest star, Davido. In-between us, various brands of bottled liquor decorate a table made of transparent glass. My humble contribution to