Stories, Subcultures

Lagos, Jozi & Lilongwe: Night and the African City

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NIGHTSCAPES: Reflecting on the Nocturnal African Cities panel in Basel, Beth Vale explores the ephemeral and invisible cartography of 3 African cities.

Stories, Subcultures

Yeoville After Dark: A Place of Many Places

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NIGHTSCAPES: With its multinational influences, Yeoville remains a contradictory place of many places, of immigrants & night-time place-making.

Stories, Subcultures

Khaya Records: Reinvigorating Durban’s Music Scene

Khaya Records by Russell Grant

PHOTO STORY: Part shop, part venue, part basement from ‘That 70s Show, Khaya Records is putting Durban on the map with its artist-centric approach.

Events, Stories, Subcultures

Raymond Cure: Sunday Hang-Outs With Fresh View of Cape Town Music

Platform Raymond Cure Broken Transient

Event STORY: This crew have us looking forward to Sundays with their unique take on live-streaming and passion for a better view of the region’s music landscape.

Stories, Subcultures

Newtown After Dark: The Testing Ground For Joburg’s Future

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NIGHTSCAPES: Having been entirely burned to the ground at least once, Newtown is a living experiment in what the whole city could be.

Events, Stories, Subcultures

Endless Daze: Psych Night Billows Out Into a Full Weekend Festival

Psych Night Endless Daze 2016

EVENT FEATURE: Why and how exactly are Psych Night making a leap of faith, converting their immersive psych experiences into a 3-day excursion next weekend?

Events, Shows/Tours, Stories, Subcultures

Wax On: Curating Warmth and Dismantling Aggression Through Vinyl

Wax On Muse Festival

EVENT FEATURE: For 3 years, Paul Waxon has been providing a safe, warm space to explore supremely danceable sounds and drop pretence, and he ain’t done yet.

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Churn is a Meeting of Passions and a Musical Insurgency

Churn 2016

Event Feature: This not-festival 30km between JHB and PTA is 100% unmissable if you’re for the future of electronic expression and a cozy, intimate affair.