Get to know the eclectic Johannesburg-based singer/songwriter and listen to two atmospheric tracks ahead of her debut solo album.
The clip explores the darker sides of obsession and nostalgia, while remaining open to interpretation.
A striking display of performance art, dance and music come together in the visual for ‘Impala Parlour/Journey To Life’.
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
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.
Since his first EP in 2013, Muzi’s unique brand of hard-electro has been garnering audiences the world over.
Collaborative art duo FAKA drop their much anticipated EP ‘Bottomless Revenge’, a collection of authentic homegrown sounds.
Carla Manteiga goes to Paris’ 18th district for a new Batuk visual that subverts stigmas around women and sex.
It’s less than 3 weeks till Endless Daze. Here are some of the bands we’re looking forward to seeing at this psych rock music festival on the beach.
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.
Juggling a number of monikers and projects, Steve Hogg is an individual who draws inspiration from everything around him.
James Freemantle headed through to this year’s Rocking The Daisies and came back with a few shining realisations about music, family and good samaritans.
#FeesMustFall placards, a new hip-hop stage, and the usual drunken revelry made appearances at this year’s festival, but just how inclusive was the event?
We chat to electronic composer Nicolaas Van Reenen of Fever Trails about his background, his influences and his dark and glittering new EP.