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Dividing The Element: Dividing The Element

28 May 2018 / Opinion, Review

It’s always great to hear something uniquely African in any genre. Being able to immediately identify where a piece of music is from has a certain charm to it, and such is the case with the self-titled debut album from …

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MyMyMy: Wakker Skrik ft. Churchil Naude

23 May 2018 / Opinion, Review

Featuring the smooth nuances of Afrikaans rapper Churchil Naude, MyMyMy has just dropped their latest offering, ‘Wakker Skrik’ – a poignant ode to the high walls and electric fences of South Africa’s rich, accompanied by a lomographised, suburban street …

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tAIT: Skitzo

22 May 2018 / Opinion, Review

It’s been six years since tAIT’s last release and what was a trio now consists solely of Chris Tait.

His latest release, a six-track EP entitled “Skitzo”, navigates rock, pop, and electro genres simultaneously and is a catchy, melodically-varied offering, …

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Three Witches & Tzara: On The Beach At Night Together

11 May 2018 / Opinion, Review

Cape Town pop duo Three Witches have paired up with fresh new producer Tzara to create a beguiling EP, which sees each artist coming into their own with the fresh fervour of collaboration.

“On The Beach At Night Together” …

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Freshlyground: Can’t Stop

10 May 2018 / Opinion, Review

One can never get tired of Freshlyground. Their seventh and latest album, “Can’t Stop” comes off the back of a fan-driven crowd-funding campaign and features Karen Zoid and Oliver Mtukudzi. The long-awaited offering sees their sound moving towards distinctive electro-pop …

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Abraham: Look, Here Comes The Dark!

9 May 2018 / Opinion, Review

If you’re into atmospheric, epic, and dysphoric post-rock/metal, you’re in for a treat with the new album “Look, Here Comes The Dark!” by the Swiss 5-piece, Abraham.

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