New: We've just partnered with LMG to offer you a national gig guide. Check it out!

Review

Aidan Martin: Refugee

28 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Aidan Martin’s latest album “Refugee” is unsurprisingly filled with the boom of drums, guitar and bass playing music with uncompromising faithfulness to his blues-based style. As far as that style goes, it’s an absolute smash hit.

Blues, psychedelic and country …

Continue Reading

Review

Jetson Belle: The Only Way Out Is In

27 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Smoothly polished electro temperaments meet cinematic choruses in Jetson Belle’s latest offering, “The Only Way Out Is In”.

Continue Reading

Review

Last One Alive: Last One Alive

23 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Last One Alive’s debut EP makes a powerful first impression with six tracks that go straight for the jugular, displaying a massive helping of speed, a great balance of singing and screams and a range of different influences.

It’s a …

Continue Reading

Review

Go The Rodeo: Vultures

22 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Go the Rodeo are quickly establishing themselves as a musical force that takes no prisoners. Their new track ‘Vultures’ stripped-down and minimalistic in terms of its instrumental backdrop. Vocally, it makes use of a refreshing falsetto in …

Continue Reading

Review

Ebeneze: Aion

21 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Fresh off her debut performance from Rocking the Daisies last month, Pretoria-bred, Somerset West-based singer-songwriter Ebeneze Spamers is yet to let the momentum she has amassed, cease.

Having recently released her new single ‘Aion’, she’s on stage nearly every week …

Continue Reading

Review

Spook The Horses: People Used To Live Here

20 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

The third album from New Zealand’s Spook The Horses sees them delving deep into post metal darkness. Written through harsh winters and self-imposed isolation, the result is a bleak 40 minutes of highly conceptual and atmospheric music.

The main thematic device …

Continue Reading