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Interview: The Brother Moves On

The Brother Moves On released their phenomenal debut album A New Myth last year and are one of the most promising and exciting acts in the country. Full of equal

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PLATFORM x Paradise Jungle: Lineage – Mr Sakitumi & The Grrrl

Continuing our exciting collaboration with Paradise Jungle, we bring you the first episode of another brand-new series, called ‘Lineage’. ‘Lineage’ is an interview series that focuses on people who have

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Interview: White Nite

Dylan Heneck (Daddy Warbucks) caught up with fellow DJ/Producer and Leggo! organiser, Aran Neidhardt (White Nite), to chat about his work, plans and inclusion in the Olmeca Mad Decent Block

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Interview: Coco Carbomb

Elaby Mackenzie followed up with elusive Cape Town artist, Carmen Incarnadine (Coco Carbomb). Her work in the progressive Porto-witch house net-sphere has gained an impressive amount of popularity; more so

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Olmeca MDBP Interview: Ruffest

I visited Ruffest in Gugs last weekend to discuss their beginnings, their dedication and their spot at this weekend’s Olmeca Tequila Mad Decent Block Party. They’ve been hard at work

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New Academics: A Retrospective

In the winter of 2013, I developed an expensive addiction to Tony Cox’s International Guitar Night. As a subject of this great addiction, I was exposed to its undeniable perks.

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Interview: Last Dinosaurs

I’ll be perfectly honest. I did not know about Last Dinosaurs before the advertising for their South African tour was dotted along my Facebook news feed. The first taste I got

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Profile: Oh Dark Arrow

Authenticity will be a recurring theme here at Platform, as it should, and will be a territory of uncertainty and debate for the foreseeable future, globally and in the South

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New Graduate: Mohato Lekena

Mohato grew up in Joburg, and like most young people, wasn’t sure what he wanted to end up doing. When asked the question of his future occupation, he’d reply “an