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Review

Who’d Like To Collaborate With Francois Van Coke?

8 Jun 2017 / Review

When it comes to SA rock ‘n’ roll, there aren’t many musicians who are as big an inspiration as Francois Van Coke.

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Review

Ded End: Age of Fear

7 Jun 2017 / Opinion, Review

One of Cape Town’s newest hardcore acts Ded End have released their first EP “Age of Fear”. Elements of punk and metal are wrapped up in a gritty and unrefined package that stumbles at some junctures, but proves their …

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Aidan Martin: Get Together

1 Jun 2017 / Opinion, Review

Aidan Martin is one of those fully-fledged bluesmen that manages to evoke old school rock and blues with each performance. Although it’s an increasingly difficult genre in which to stand out, Martin and his band do so with their …

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Willim Welsyn: Al Die Cool Kinders

29 May 2017 / Opinion, Review

Willim Welsyn’s first single from his upcoming album “Blitzkriek” sees him staying true to his rock-rooted form, winding a witty narrative with ‘Al Die Cool Kinders’.

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The Vanilla: Sally

25 May 2017 / Opinion, Review

The Vanilla’s textbook indie-pop dynamic and hard work have lead them to accomplish a wide array of notable accolades on radio and stage.

Their previous singles create quite the shadow for any of the band’s upcoming material. ‘Out Of Here’ …

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Rivkah Hope: Globetrotter

22 May 2017 / Opinion, Review

There’s nowhere like home, and active traveller, self-proclaimed gypsy and singer-songwriter Rivkah Hope couldn’t agree more. After her debut album resulted in a few tours to the US and Europe, Hope spent the last 4 years living in more …

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