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Review

Black City Wolf: Deadline

16 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Deadline like to show up on stage covered in sleeveless denim jackets which are in turn covered in patches denoting Black Sabbath, Motorhead and the like. They have names like Jessy Swithcblade and The Skullprit. They are clearly diehard …

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Ursus and Wolf: Move

13 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Capetonian alternative electro duo Ursus and Wolf has just dropped their latest offering: a five-track EP hot off the press and designed to make you move. Comprised of Nick Trethowan and Justin Olney “Move” sees their sound gravitate a …

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Josh Middleton: Gone

7 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

14-year-old Josh Middleton’s new single ‘Gone’ has its finger on the pulse of a commercial sound that’s currently dominating overseas charts.

Featuring rapper Aewon Wolf, it’s a worthy contender for maximum radio play, garnering a feature on Jacaranda FM’s “Hot Hits”.

However, …

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Review

YLVA: Lapse

3 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

‘Lapse’ is the latest single from Melbourne-based metal act YLVA. The song has an immediate tendency towards the progressive with its fair share of strange time signatures. As the song develops they have a few more liberties to take as …

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Review

4am: Dust n Dimes

2 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

The fourth official release from the Joburg-based folk-rock group 4am is a five-track, energy-fueled offering and a general exploration of the journey through this life and the people we encounter along the way.

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Three Witches: Music For Dogs

1 Nov 2017 / Opinion, Review

Quietly established in 2015, Three Witches is an experimental pop duo whose primary aim in their work is to blur the lines between live instrumentation and electronic melody. Made up of Johnny Coutsoudis and Ciaran Slemon, the outfit have just …

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