Acer Banner Small Acer Banner Medium Acer Banner Large
Thursday , 27 November 2014
Home » Music (page 6)

Category Archives: Music

CD reviews, artist interviews, the latest music news and more!

Van Coke Kartel Sweef Music Video

Van Coke Kartel Release their Sweef music video to their South AFrican music fans

The new music video from Van Coke Kartel has just dropped and it rocks! Sweef introduces an unusual character who goes by the name of ODD Art, a full blown Goth who lives life on the edge of society and someone you’ve never quite seen before. Ben Jay Crossman, the director of Sweef, has been documenting ODD for a few ... Read More »

Zebra & Giraffe I’ve Been Bad Music Video

Zebra & Giraffe release their I’ve Been Bad music video to their South African music fans

Zebra & Giraffe have announced the release of their first single “I’ve Been Bad” taken off their forthcoming album entitled Knuckles. Backed by their new music video for the track which we have right her for you to watch. The video features a Playboy Playmate, members of Hell’s Angels SA, a cameo by Bert Carlin and a select cast of ... Read More »

Oppikoppi – There Is More To It Than Just The Bands

Our thoughts on Oppikoppi Odyssey

We’re pretty sure the masses that attended Oppikoppi Odyssey have finally recovered. Oppi celebrated its 20th anniversary this year and there is no doubt that the country’s best music festival just keeps getting better and better. Our man Tyrone Kelly was there representing and he had some rad things to say about his experience at Oppi this year. Check it ... Read More »

Beatenberg The Hanging Gardens Interview

Beatenberg release their new album The Hanging Gardens to ther South African music fans

Beatenberg have made their presence in the South African music scene known by transforming themselves from a small Cape Town band to a band with a national footprint, successful radio play and a mass of music fans. About to drop their new album “The Hanging Gardens”, we chatted to the band about it and more. See what they had to ... Read More »