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Category Archive: Review

Southern Wild: Lead In A Classic Horror

27 June 2017 / Opinion, Review

After months of tearing across the country, Southern Wild’s debut “Lead Role In A Classic Horror” has arrived to the eager, open arms of the rock community. It’s an album that celebrates a spectrum of styles from folk to …

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Skeleton Coast: Get Some

26 June 2017 / Opinion, Review

Psychedelic rock has become the bedrock of our present musical time and Nelson Mandela Bay-based band Skeleton Coast is attempting to carve a unique indentation with their debut EP, “Get Some”.

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Money For Bali: Sex, Wax And Salty Cracks

20 June 2017 / Opinion, Review

Money for Bali is a band that is relatively new on the reggae scene, having formed just over a year ago.

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Mobbing Bali: Red Bull EP

13 June 2017 / Opinion, Review

Four-piece Mobbing Bali have released a quick three-track EP that encapsulates their spin on an indie-rock frame in the sum of merely eleven minutes. Recording took place at the Red Bull Studios in Cape Town, which creates a certain …

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In Bloom: Come Down

12 June 2017 / Opinion, Review

“Step away from the TV/ Give your life some meaning,” are the first words one will hear from Capetonian outfit In Bloom’s debut EP “Come Down”.

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