Soweto-based digital artist Terence Maluleke’s new work captures the vibe of Major Lazer and DJ Maphorisa’s new 1970s-inspired video.
Got fomo from missing this years Rocking the Daisies, or suffering withdrawal after returning to the daily grind? Photographer Aaron Polikoff whisks us away to re-experience the vibe at South Africa’s biggest outdoor music festival, which took place from last weekend in Darling, Cape Town and boasted a line-up, which […]
From performing at poetry slams to touring Europe with DJ Doowap, there’s a lot to learn about Durban’s favourite rapper Lex Lafoy.
From AKA to Cassper Nyovest, Esinako Ndabeni spotlights a few local rappers who’ve sampled some of kwaito’s most iconic tracks.
Experimental futuristic musicians Umlilo and STASH CREW broaden the queer narrative with new collaboration.
As the anticipated Rocking the Daisies festival approaches at the start of October, we speak to up-and-coming local musicians we can’t wait to see live.
We chat to rapper Robin Thirdfloor about hip-hop and musical influences on the occasion of his new EP release.
Electronic music label Sleepwalker release a 17 track compilation album to celebrate world-class DJs and producers residing in South Africa.
To celebrate the 19th anniversary of TKZee’s debut album Halloween, Esinako Ndabeni revisits iconic kwaito tracks over the decades.
As the anticipated Northam music festival creeps up at the start of October, we select a few up-and-coming local musicians we can’t wait to see live.
Helen Wells and Roxy Caroline of Hyroine – pronounced ‘heroine’ – talk playing naked in Berlin, locking themselves in the studio and attempt to describe their sound.
Cape Town-based Gershan Lombard is fast making a name for himself with his distinct sound and poetic lyrics. He talks his new EP and ’embracing the Khoi and San culture’.
We caught up with international powerhouses Masego, MNDSGN and Hannah Faith ahead of their performance at Fak’ugesi Beats Bloc Party.
We chat to DJ-photographer Phatstoki about new music video for Dirty Dancing, how they experienced shooting their first music video, and their creative process.
We chat to London DJ and photographer Hannah Faith about her Nigerian connection, being in Joburg and her creative journey so far.