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Category Archive: Interview

Dan Patlansky: Embracing the spontaneous

19 March 2018 / Interview

Dan Patlansky’s latest album “Perfection Kills” makes a strong impression from the very first blues-laden riff. Somehow Patlansky has managed to reach even greater levels of raw, raucous rock than ever before. I spoke to him about the album, the …

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The Steezies: Poetry, Socialism and We Are One

9 March 2018 / Interview

In the ten months since their inception, 8-piece Zulu-funk outfit The Steezies have powered through the Cape Town music scene. With performances at Rocking the Daisies, River Republic, Up the Creek and a forthcoming slot secured at Splashy Fen, the …

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Invizable: Worldwide domination transmission incoming

28 February 2018 / Interview,

Invizable has hit the ground running in 2018, with a string of high-profile festival appearances in the pipeline alongside a growing discography of original music that he’s been hard at creating over the last few years.

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Stelth Ulvang: A troubadour captivated

27 February 2018 / Interview

I remember very clearly the first time I noticed multi-instrumentalist Stelth Ulvang. It was at The Lumineers’ first show in the country at Kirstenbosch, when he respectfully draped the South African flag over his piano halfway through the gig. …

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Facing The Gallows: Camaraderie in metal

26 February 2018 / Interview

Facing The Gallows’s latest effort “Dead Mindset” is a full-length journey through a variety of styles that stands out for the clarity of its delivery. The album has a good helping of twists and turns, from more fun-loving avenues to …

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