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Category Archive: Review

BRYNN: About Time

16 October 2017 / Opinion, Review

After over a year spent gradually infiltrating the gigging scene, BRYNN has finally released their debut offering, ‘About Time’. It’s a dreamy, powerhouse of a track, which positions the Mother City based five-piece on unique grounds.

Fronted by Jules Terea, the …

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Fismits: Anywhere

13 October 2017 / Opinion, Review

The Fismits’ latest EP “Anywhere” features a quirky mix of rock and indie that has some notable issues. There’s a need for structure and vocal consistency that makes itself felt throughout, and perhaps with experience that may yet develop for …

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Dustland Express: The Question, Sir, Is Why?

12 October 2017 / Opinion, Review

Experimental rock band Dustland Express’s debut album encapsulates the band’s musical ups and downs since they reformed from the ashes of Man in Suit.

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Stone Jets: I Can’t Live Without You

11 October 2017 / Opinion, Review

It’s been some time since Cape Town duo Stone Jets released new material. Since the band’s inception in 2013 Given Knanyane and Manfred Klose have powered with quiet grace through the local indie scene, a gradual rise aided by …

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Charlie Finch: Life’s Journey

9 October 2017 / Opinion, Review

Charlie Finch, who has been showcasing his talents both as home and abroad for several years now, has finally released his debut album “Life’s Journey”.

Opener ‘Into the Woods’ is strong and leads into ‘Stay the Winter’, a bouncy acoustic …

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