Artists featured on the lineup include Cape Town-based band, The World of Birds, electronic Russian band SBP4, and Nigerian musical artist, Femi Koya.
The festival will see one outdoor stage and three indoor stages featuring artists like Darkie Fiction Live, DJ Okapi, Floyd Lavine, HVOB Live (clubset), Jazzuelle, Jullian Gomes, K-$, Leeu & Lazarusman and many more.
Desire is a sprawling, experimental affair that deserves repeated listens in order for one to wholly digest the expansiveness of the album.
Foundation, a newly found arts and culture initiative, will introduce itself to the public for the first time on Saturday, 25 January at Mercury Live, Cape Town.
As a celebration of women in music, award-winning singers/songwriters Zahara, Berita and Msaki will perform some of their hits at Emperor’s Palace on Saturday 15th February 2020, promising music lovers a good time.
The 22-year-old self-taught singer/songwriter Sino Msolo has been named as Apple Music’s New Artist of January.
Made up of Buyisiwe Njoko (lead vocals), Tebogo Mkhize (acoustic guitar), Lerato Seitei (electric guitar), Benedict Watte (percussion), Musa Zwane (bass), Siphiwe Mgidi (drums), the collective is known for their experimental sound.
Soweto-born DJ, curator and booking agent Lerato ‘Lakuti’ Khati, who is currently based in Berlin, will make her way to South Africa to perform one of her legendary sets on Friday, 10 January at The Third Place, Newtown.
Tuning into Lali Boi’s debut album Siyangaphi is like existing in polar opposite worlds.
Elaine, a Pretoria-based 20-year-old singer-songwriter, quickly grew to fame after the release of her debut album ‘Elements’ which topped charts weeks after its release.
Afropunk returned to Johannesburg on December 30 and 31 at Constitution Hill, Braamfontein. We saw a diverse group of individuals come together once again this year to honour the year that was and welcome the new one in true South African style. The festival made its first debut at the […]
The two musicians, who make up Darkie Fiction are first-time parents and with three weeks to go until their performance at Afropunk, things are quite hectic.
The 5th instalment of the historic Fill Up concerts took place this past Sunday at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, North West.
A limited-edition of F.A.M high-end t-shirts will be available for purchase at R550 each in both cities.
Msaki will present At Stake and Other Love Songs at Untitled Basement in Braamfontein on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 December.