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Space Cat

Space Cat

by Rob Scher / 04.12.2013
There he was, a living maestro in a flea-bitten wide brim hat and burnt orange scarf, the six-string Ibanez bass – a natural extension of his person. The reason I’d
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Gary Thomas

My Memory’s Death

by Anya Zinn / 03.12.2013
Some call it ‘instrumental wizardry’, others say, ‘What?' Regardless, Durban-born, Cape-Town-bred, solo musician Gary Thomas is one talented guitarist, who is perhaps still a bit too keen on superheroes.
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Picnicking in Elysium

Picnicking in Elysium

by Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi / 02.12.2013
Throw together a group comprising South African musicians, events organisers and record executives and the conversation they have will invariably at some point turn to the size of the South
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Make Them Dance

Make Them Dance

by Ts'eliso Monaheng / 27.11.2013
Adidas had decided to fly in Detroit-based rapper Danny Brown to perform in front of an invite-only audience. According to the glossy marketing text currently in circulation, “almost 2000 of
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Burnt Friedman

Get Burnt

by Ts'eliso Monaheng / 25.11.2013
The German-based artist Burnt Friedman played live with percussionist Tlale Makhene recently. We sat down with him prior to the show to talk about time signatures in music, the concept
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You Should Be Listening To

You Should Be Listening To

by Sannie Fox / 20.11.2013
Last month we said we were going to get hold of one of our friends and the people we’ve worked with down the years to pick some of their favourite
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On the Ranch

On the Ranch

by Anya Zinn / 14.11.2013
This week sees the release of the debut album from Cape Town-based rock band, Red Huxley. The album was recorded at the world renowned Rancho De La Luna Studio in
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Music Incubator

Music Incubator

by Ts'eliso Monaheng / 14.11.2013
Over the course of five days, Redbull decked out the Alexander Theatre in Braamfontein with nifty music-making gear and then hand-picked some of Mzansi’s most forward-thinking musicians to come and
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Klokka

Klokka

by Greg Becker / 13.11.2013
Yesterday I had the privilege to see the Klokka perform at The Crypt. This was their first of 3 performances this week. I enjoyed the performance so much that I
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Strange Angels

Strange Angels

by Brandon Edmonds / 13.11.2013
When black male singers are vocally trans-sexual (their voices zinging with ease between male and female registers) and they cover “white” hits, something weird happens: the song’s guts spill out
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