EVENT NEWS: Taking place at The Manila Bar in Cape Town, Lo-ghost’s launch will play host to an impressive combination of South African artists.
NEW MUSIC: With ‘Feelings and Stuff’, CPT beat-wizard Kay Faith weaves dark magic with neo-soul inspired R&B and syrupy instrumentals.
Opinion: Following The Fader’s disconnected appraisal of the South African hip hop scene on Monday, Angela Weickl hits back in defence of local storytellers.
PHOTO STORY / REVIEW: Against the backdrop of the annual afterparty / jam session, we reflect on the music and magic between performers and listeners…
Following ‘iPressure’ and ‘Bread and Sugar Water’ and her inventive work on Jam That Session, the unwaveringly passionate Andy Mkosi shares her inspirations
Critically acclaimed, yet undervalued by the local hip hop circuit, Dope Saint Jude discusses navigating womanhood, queerness, blackness and spirituality.
Dope Saint Jude has just shared her debut EP, Reimagine. It’s filled with her signature brand of angry directness, bursting joy and absolute clarity.
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
Angel-Ho and Dope Saint Jude have individually been garnering significant interest in the last few months for the subversive and musically progressive approach to the use of music and sound as