ARTIST FEATURE: The rising shapeshifter out of Durban on how he approaches the game, and the other-other rules he’s decided to play by.
ARTIST FEATURE: The ZA-born, London- and Berlin-cultivated musical powerhouse and move-maker shares insights into how he crafts his sounds in every medium.
ARTIST FEATURE / VIDEO PREMIERE: The Pretoria-based beats scene champion makes music for your soul, inspired by cartoons and lust.
[ARTIST FEATURE] …and does he need to care? He just makes music that feels good to him, and hopes that others feel the warm, body-jolting goodness too.
FEATURE: Through great turmoil and taxing labour, Sakawa Boys have developed a distinct sound, achieved by intending to evoke real meaning in their debut LP.
Critically acclaimed, yet undervalued by the local hip hop circuit, Dope Saint Jude discusses navigating womanhood, queerness, blackness and spirituality.
The multinational purveyor of bass explains the shift to a kwaito-centric sound and laments the splintering CT bass music landscape…
As I walk into Red Bull Studios in the centre of Cape Town, Uno July is writing a verse in the common area, listening to a beat on his Macbook.
Rudeboyz have all the makings of a kinda rags-to-riches story. Three friends who live on the same street in KwaDabeka in Durban, KZN, Massive Q, Menchess and Andile T, get together
Half an hour before I’m set to meet Juliana Venter at Clarke’s Diner on Bree, I get a text telling me that she’s running fifteen minutes late. I change my