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The best South African musicians are showcased right here on LW Mag! From Band/ Artist interviews, to the hottest gigs, latest music videos and gossip, we’ve got the juice.

Interview with ChianoSky

With a voice like that and a face made for magazine covers – is it any wonder that ChianoSky was discovered by the time she was 18? She has a talent to match her idols (Amy Winehouse, Nina Simone and Kylie Minogue FYI) and a wild side to make her interesting. Her singles Sick Sick and Walking Away have catapulted her into the South African conscious and there’s little doubt she’ll be our next greatest export. LW Mag chats to the gorgeous (can you say, “Understatement”) singer and star about her upcoming debut album and more.

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Angels of Rock 2012 – Picture Gallery

This year Angels of Rock was taken through the roof by eight amazing acts, namely Aneva, Only When It Rains, Holly and the Woods, Cortina Whiplash, The Arrows, Louise Carver, Karen Zoid and Flash Republic.

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Lonehill Estate – The Return from Hollywood Interview!

We caught up with Lonehill Estate’s (very jet lagged) Nathan Ro following his return from the band’s trip to the States. As we mentioned earlier this year, our favourite crazy musos were invited to perform at the esteemed Musexpo in Hollywood. The band also gigged at the famous Viper Room to along with The Graeme Watkins Project (see pics). From the sounds of things – it was quite the trip. Nathan tells us about performing, the size of shooters in the US and J-Lo using the shower in their green room…

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Next Big Thing – Peachy Keen

As promised last week, here is our interview with rock-a-billy sensation, Peachy Keen. The band chats to us about their EP, Backseat Bingo amongst other things (like Sailor Jerry rum, tattoos and pin up girls). Peachy Keen will be launching their EP this Friday, 11th of May at Mercury Live – so if you’re in Cape Town we recommend it – it sounds like it’s gonna be a fat jol! Entrance is only R40.00 (or R100.00 with a copy of Backseat Bingo) and doors open at 9pm.

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