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Review

Watermark High: Everything Is Grey

17 Aug 2017 / Opinion, Review

A project which relies solely on electronic production is, more often than not, a gamble. “Everything Is Grey”, however, was a gamble which paid off delightfully. Hailing from beneath the epithet of Watermark High, Paul van der Walt had produced …

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KiSMiT: Cosmic Love

15 Aug 2017 / Opinion, Review

KisMit is the lovechild of Cape Town born, Sebastian Reunert, and Californian native, Carly Barnette. Reunert’s Cape Town roots piqued my interest in the band because who does not love a local success story? Since their meeting at a songwriting …

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ByLwansta: Oh Well

14 Aug 2017 / Opinion, Review

Following a prestigious spot on the cover of HYPE Magazine’s ‘The Freshmen Issue 2017’, Durban-based rising icon ByLwansta is back at it again with an aggressive but somewhat comedic motive.

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Kimosabe: More Than You

10 Aug 2017 / Opinion, Review

Siviwe Camagu Nkanyuza, who hails beneath the stage moniker of Kimosabe, dropped his debut EP “Nights” earlier this year which spawned a succession of singles, and his newest offering is single ‘More Than You’. Exploring the ubiquitous R&B, soul-house …

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M(x)Blouse: A Fetish Ain’t Love

8 Aug 2017 / Opinion, Review

Tackling the curiously sensitive subject of a failing interracial relationship, Sandiso Ngubane, under the non-binary moniker of M(x)Blouse, has dropped a brand new track ‘A Fetish Ain’t Love’.

In the wake of the release of his debut EP “Believe The …

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Review

The Valley: Obelisk

7 Aug 2017 / Opinion, Review

The Valley’s first six track release “Obelisk” falls broadly under the ‘70s psych rock umbrella. More specifically the band’s genre is stated as being “Desert Doom” and aptly so. Reverb is slathered over the guitars for desert rock feel while …

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