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Category Archive: Review

Atom Band: Rabbit Season’s A Witch

29 March 2017 / Opinion, Review

It is tricky to put a finger on this band. The Joburg-based five-piece hail beneath the general rock genre umbrella while pin-pointing post-punk and melodic indie as their focal territories. Within the brief three tracks of their latest offering “Rabbit …

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Retro Dizzy: Just Relax

28 March 2017 / Opinion, Review

Retro Dizzy’s new album brings to the table more of their signature mix of ’60s and ’70s influences, recorded by Philip Kramer at Phantom Studios.

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Adventure Man: Dog Daze

27 March 2017 / Opinion, Review

Recorded at High Seas Studios in Joburg earlier this year, “Dog Daze” continues to emphasize Gad De Combes’ (vocals, keys) adoration for his dogs.

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Robin Thirdfloor: Rolling Stone

22 March 2017 / Opinion, Review

Durban-based hip hop up-and-comer Simphiwe Nyawose, otherwise known by his moniker Robin Thirdfloor, has persistently thrown himself into the deep end with his work. Although relatively young in the industry, the artist’s tenacity highlights his ambitions to write and perform, …

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Original Swimming Party: Hypergiant

16 March 2017 / Opinion, Review

Original Swimming Party’s latest effort “Hypergiant” is a full-length mix of electronic and organic elements that spans a multitude of subjects and styles. It’s one of those albums where the amount of effort that’s gone into its creation is apparent …

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