It’s Park Acoustics time again this weekend and we had the most quickfire convo with blues master Gerald Clark who will be playing with Guy Colins…talking Tarintino film scores, travels and a new album! Richard Chemaly (RC): So Gerald…on a personal note it’s great to [...]
The Brother Moves On is an important addition to the South African music scene telling vital stories through musical art. As a performance ensemble, they’ve done a ton of touring and as individuals, they’re deeply (and historically) rooted in various genres within the [...]
To end a great weekend of fun vibes, what could be a better way to wind it down than with Park Acoustics. Sean Ross, frontman and everything else of MISSU seems to agree. Brett had a chat with him leading up to Sunday’s gig! Brett Magill (BM): A friend described you guys as psychedelic [...]
While I was away in soaking rays in the Mediterranean sun, our editor in chief Brett kindly offered to take on my local interviewing responsibilities. Brett is also really keen to hit up Grietfest this weekend so he pounced at the opportunity to get the scoop on PopArtLive (who perform at 18h00 [...]
Every so often, an interview opportunity with somebody I seriously admire comes my way. When that happens, I have to sit for hours thinking up questions that at least make me seem impartial and objective. This time I gave up. Being a massive fan of Felix Laband, even from my kiddie days, I [...]
First and foremost, I can only speak for myself but I do believe I do share the excitement of at least dozens of people having Memphis May Fire melting our faces off. So first time on African soil... do you have any specific expectations for your trip?
I admit when I started doing research on this unique and forward pushing dance music group, I had no idea the level of complexity and musical philosophy that the three man crew had behind their name.
I had the change to chat with the guys before their next performance at this year's GrietFest [...]