Parodying TV classics like Baywatch, Star Trek and those beloved infomercials, Desmond and the Tutus give us a blast from the past.
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Desmond and The Tutus frontman Shane Durrant chats to us about sticky food, recording an acapella EP and becoming a binge-watching world champ.
To launch their new album, Enjoy Yourself, Desmond and The Tutus has made a series of videos that are equal parts funny, awkward, bizarre and entertaining.
Thanks to all who entered our Nokia MixRadio giveaway. We have a winner…
Nokia’s music streaming service Nokia MixRadio, has launched in SA with a poster series by local artists for 4 of the local acts you’ll find among the many South African bands and musicians available on the app.
Win a Desmond and The Tutus poster by illustrator Johan de Lange + a brand new Nokia Lumia smartphone in this super easy Nokia MixRadio competition.
As part of their SA launch, Nokia MixRadio has teamed 4 artists with 4 SA bands or musicians, who make up part of the local acts available on the service, for a poster series that will be exhibited at our Nothing Else Comes Close exhibition this Friday.
This new campaign for acne remedy Benzac sees SA band Desmond and the Tutus trying out new looks and genres.
Owners of the always popular Wolves Cafe, Shane (also of Desmond & the Tutus) and Angie (also of Lucky Pony) Durrant have recently opened a noodle bar called The Good Luck Club.
This is a We Are Awesome production filmed and edited by Adriaan Louw covering, documentary style, the recent 5 Gum Experience concerts in Joburg and Cape Town.
Posters by Michael Tymbios for La.Vi and Like Knives, Peter Crafford (The Helix Kid) for 3rd World Spectator, Janie Bay and Theunis Cilliers, Andrew James swims with the Hammerhead shark and lastly Nicholas Christowitz (Says Who) for the 5Gum Summer Sessions.
Desmond-Are-Tokyo, the documentary following Desmond and the Tutus on their Japanese tour, is being screened at the Labia on Orange on Saturday evening followed by the band playing a show at Assembly on Saturday night.
We really hate having to leave out so much work on this post but the good news is that the rest of the posters are on our poster blog on Wednesday. For now we have posters for Desmond and the Tutus, The Great Apes, Versus the Wolf…
It feels like we won the Lotto of poster awesomeness this week. Crazy posters and we still had to leave some out, luckily you can see the rest on our blog.
In November last year, SA band Desmond & The Tutus toured Japan and Andrew Berry of we-are-awesome documented their entire journey. The footage has been made into a documentary that will be screened at The Bioscope in Johannesburg this Saturday.