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Taking a break from his duties as Mobbing Bali frontman, Warren Driscoll has released a tender, heartfelt solo EP to honour the legacy of his father after his untimely passing.
Having found the courage to shine a bright light on his …
If you’re familiar with Van Pletzen, you’ll know that the duo don’t take themselves seriously at all.
But instead of resting on the laurels of their EP and A grade social media status, they took their Sunday braai soundtrack and put …
Self-proclaimed melandelic (melancholic and psychedelic) band Durge’s debut EP has a quality to it that falls somewhere between Alter Bridge and Queens of the Stone Age tonality.
It’s all girl power and ’90s-reminiscent rock riffs in Elle E’s new solo offering. The eight-track assembly of edgy rock songs are both an exploration of Capetonian suburban culture, and an experimental navigation of her solo abilities.
Laced in DIY aesthetic …
Pretoria-based, electro-folk artist An Awkward Social has released his debut EP “Games”, an exploration of the struggles of growing up set against moody keys and drum machines.
The album opens with the frantic, 80s-esque ‘Medicine’ which immediately sets the emotional …
Catchy yet slightly muddy in its overall exhibition, Skinnee Sunrise’s debut EP is the cumulative result of years spent navigating the Gauteng music scene and establishing the current make up of the band.
The band offer up an easy EP which, …