Capetonian singer-songwriter Lance Herman used Soundcloud as a moodboard to let us hear the songs he’s currently most inspired by.
Team Kalashnikovv have compiled the ultimate chilled out electronic playlist to usher in the new year from a rooftop in the city.
If Philippus Johan Schutte could make a living by creating mixtapes, he would. For now, this ultra-groovy, summertime mix he made will have to do.
Whether you’re travelling, going on a day trip, or piling into a car for a few hours at the beach, we’ve compiled a playlist full of songs to drive to.
Social movements always come with music. These South African musicians have put together a few tracks in support of #FeesMustFall and #EndOutsourcing.
Sakawa Boys are a Capetonian all-male pop group consisting of John Seth, Skye MacInnes, Keenan Oakes and Peter Scott. Lend your ears to a compilation of their faves, old and new.
Ben Rausch’s love letter mixtape ‘City of Brotherly Love’ pays homage to the vibrant musical community in his favourite American city, Philadelphia.
A magnificent taste of what will be on offer during the 29 hour Churn boutique beats festival this weekend.
If you’re wondering where to get your music fix, here are 8 fantastic playlists, mixes and music-related projects released weekly, monthly or on a more sporadic basis.
Our first music-only edition of Oh Wow! is a playlist with a whopping 22 new tracks by local artists. Enjoy!
Obsessed with narrative music with slow building tension, Markus Wormstorm’s playlist ‘Yesterday’s Tomorrow’ has everything from 70s Ethiopian jazz to modern electronica.
It’s Cape Town’s turn for a slot in our Young South Africa #NowPlaying series and for this edition Texx and the City editor Tecla Ciolfi compiled a dynamic playlist of indie goodness.
In his Young x Joburg playlist, The Fuss editor Thozi Sejanamane hopes to uncover a varied mix of the city’s pockets of creativity and get sounds out of the bedroom-come-studio or garage-come-rehearsal spaces and into your ears.
In the first of a series of Young South Africa playlists, Bob Perfect is filling our ears with some of the exciting (and surprisngly un-sunny) new sounds spilling out of Durban.
Quit Safari is the “audio visual friendship” between Hessien+, Yes in French, Fever Trails, Christian Tiger School, Damascvs and Swishascus. This week, they released their first podcast.