Tseliso Monaheng / 22.04.2014 Tseliso Monaheng brings us snapshots and commentary from the last Scrambles For Money battle in Braamfontein. Bring your punchlines yo!
Matt Vend / 16.04.2014 On any given day, you can find buskers crooning through the Durban streets, strumming in the back alleys downtown, or serenading the high-steppers uptown. From Morningside to Dalton Hostel, the
Rob Cockcroft / 09.04.2014 Garlic Brown has been blessing the Cape Town hip hop scene with lyrical sorcery and spellbinding stage performances since back in the early 2000s. Known to older heads as Judah
Tseliso Monaheng / 08.04.2014 “Right now, it’s at the point where it’s being overrated; people are assuming to be where they aren’t," explains Papa Zee. "This [moment] should be perceived to be the beginning
Hugh Upsher / 08.04.2014 Changeling are of the rare, slumped over, hair-instead-of-a-face, psych-noise rock band variety. They announce their presence by pounding out a gloriously noisy six minute instrumental. Even though they are set
Tseliso Monaheng / 04.04.2014 Tseliso Monaheng floats through Cape Town's Jazz Fest, clutching his camera and soaking in the good vibrations...
Jon Monsoon / 04.04.2014 Despite a brittle association to blues music, heavy metal is very much a white man’s gig. And yet, not exclusively so. For just as you’re sure to find a pasty
Lindokuhle Nkosi / Images by Iggy Mokone & Tseliso Monaheng / 03.04.2014 He moves across the stage as if possessed, dressed in black, his guitar an extension of himself. The crowd is on their feet. They’re screaming and crying. Whistling and
Tseliso Monaheng / 02.04.2014 In '99, nothing much was happening in Maseru. Well, nothing that a 12-year-old interested in kwaito music could partake in. All the musicians who performed in Maseru during that time
Eliza Crow Day / Images by Dirk Steenkamp / 02.04.2014 I spoke to The Ghost Quotes about evil on a balcony in Cape Town while the first cold and heavy rains of autumn fell. I heard one of their songs,