NEW MUSIC: Since gqom’s genesis and explosive popularity all over the globe, one of the its pioneers is taking the genre back to its roots.
EVENT NEWS: Marrying the pulling power of a global event brand with excellent local curation partners, the activist festival lands in JHB with aplomb.
Anthea Duce, the visual artist and marvellous mind behind Not Sorry Club is in The Booth this month, sharing her extraordinary taste in tunes.
ARTIST FEATURE: The Gqom King has just completed his first first Euro-Asia tour and returns to SA to celebrate the launch of his GCA-released EP.
UPCOMING SHOW: Adding to an already tight lineup, Black Major has confirmed the full contingent for their section of the Cape Town weekend festival.
The inclusion of the ‘Gqom King’ in the forward-thinking Polish festival’s lineup further solidifies his place at the core of the genre he helped pioneer.
Cape Town Electronic Music Festival (CTEMF) is always the event that’s on everyone’s lips at this time of the year – and deservedly so – though no one ever really
Capetonians are preparing themselves for the wonderful experience of listening to some of our favourite electronic acts and discovering all the worlds of music we don’t usually engage with. It’s
Boiler Room has had a massive 2015. The UK-based roaming streaming party platform had already built a solid reputation for their taste-making line-ups, garnering millions of fans and views since
Fans, casual listeners and critics aren’t the only consumers of music. Every fortnight, we ask a prominent or exciting local artist to share five tracks that are currently on rotation