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Hallelujah Moments | Cape Town Jazz Fest

by 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
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Lesotho Hip Hop: From The Ground Up [Part I]

by 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
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Who’s Afraid Of The Dark?

by 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,
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The Soil Acapellas

by Tseliso Monaheng / 31.03.2014
The Soil, an acapella group from Jozi, recently made an appearance at Skyroomlive in Jozi. Tseliso Monaheng captured the smokey atmosphere in black and white...
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Reluctant Punk

by Jon Monsoon / 26.03.2014
Initially the front man for post-hardcore UK outfit Million Dead, Frank Turner, the Eton-schooled singer-songwriter, now travels the world singing rousing drunk punk songs in a folky manner well-suited for
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Higher Consciousness

by Tseliso Monaheng / 25.03.2014
Although Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness have been around collectively forever, it only feels like now, this moment, this time – is their defining moment. Like they’re on the verge of
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AKA and Da Les in The Sky

by Tseliso Monaheng / 24.03.2014
AKA and Da Les spent the better part of 2013 performing live together and building their chemistry, which led to them being hailed as "the Brandy and Monica of
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The World’s Last DJ

by World's Last DJ / Images by Two Eyes / 24.03.2014
Vinyl. A beautiful way to collect music and great for sexual innuendo (“what’s big, black and twelve inches?” etc), but perhaps more importantly – flaunting your vinyl knowledge is a
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Zuma Songs

by Mahala High Five Brigade / 21.03.2014
Fela Kuti leads us in our joy whilst we have the day off! And other songs to remind 'the Ruling Elite' that things a gwaan change if them don't fix
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Real Alternative Music Fest

by Hugh Upsher / 17.03.2014
I had come a long way since I drove my blue Citi-Golf to the first RAMfest back in 2007. It used to be Oros+Jack Daniels in a 2l bottle, collapsing
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