From historic galleries to brand new artistic spaces, Jo’burg has always been home to a number of thriving artistic enclaves. Here are a few you should know.
Author: Dave Mann
Ahead of their Love Machine EP, the three-piece psych rock band drop ‘Shake It’, a high-energy track that’s bound to get you moving.
Coming in at 7 tracks, Lapis Lazuli is the band’s debut extended release and is alive with character, cementing them as one of SA’s foremost psych rock acts
In the artist’s latest solo exhibition at Cape Town’s Stevenson gallery, he deals with the distinctly corporeal through scaled down, palm-sized works.
As November kicks off and December starts to creep ever-closer, we take a moment to look back at some of the best local music to come out of October 2016.
As October draws to a close, we look back at the past 31 days of daily drawings and illustrations.
Since his first EP in 2013, Muzi’s unique brand of hard-electro has been garnering audiences the world over.
Looking for a little dress up inspiration? Keith Vlahakis has reimagined your favourite figures in pop culture as creepy characters.
Jo’burg’s a big city, but its social circles are a bit predictable. Your favourite nighttime hangout reveals a lot more than you think.
Get to know the 2017 SBYAA winners and find out what you can expect from them at next year’s National Arts Festival.
With militarised campuses across the country, striking parallels between past and present social injustices are drawn in the artist’s new body of work.
Five years of travelling, skating and good times come to the fore in ‘South and Beyond’, a new short film documenting the adidas South Africa skate team.
“When you are working on an exhibition or a collection you become an athlete” – designer and visual artist Jody Paulsen takes us through his process.
After the dust has settled on his debut EP, we speak to jazz-soul musician Langa Mavuso about his launch, inspiration, and the story behind the music.
The Sweden-born, South African-based artist seeks to bring together a universal humanity, fractured by history, time and origin.