With a YouTube view count exceeding the 10 million mark on some songs, a rising profile in the vast Afrobeats landscape in West Africa, a knack for booty-swaying club smashes, … Continue reading Who Is Mr Eazi?
Linda Sikhakhane’s head is tilted back. His eyes are closed. He takes breaths at regular intervals while listening to the playback of a song him and the quartet have just … Continue reading Linda Sikhakhane: Of Coltrane, Mirrors And Otherworlds
Hung out on a rooftop with the homies and a 20-litre water container recently. This is what happened. Shouts-out to all involved. Check out the Johnny Cradle website for updates … Continue reading #Fotografi | Johnny Cradle Photoshoot
Yo! At the moment, I don’t feel that there’s anyone willing to pay for great, cutting-edge African writing that isn’t about politics. Music, for me, has always been a great … Continue reading A Call To Action: Would You Buy These?
It’s a place I call home. The people whose businesses are getting looted and burned, some of them are my acquaintances. I’ve been going through all types of emotions throughout … Continue reading #Jeppestown…
For bra Peter Makurube…
It’s humanly impossible to ignore the beauty of jazz drummer Tumi Mogorosi’s ‘Thokozile – Queen Mother’, a song which carries spirits of the ancients in its DNA. It’s subtle, paced … Continue reading Tumi Mogorosi – Thokozile Queen Mother
I got to spend a day recently with some brothers who refer to themselves as Uberman, a fashion-conscious trio based in Pretoria. Besides shooting stills, I got to film some … Continue reading Fashion…
When he’s not being Rob Boffard and contributing think-pieces on a wide-ranging series of publications, from his work with the Guardian to his contributions in Wired and many more, Rob One … Continue reading Matt Curious (ft. Rob One) – Sidewinder
“Tucked away at the Skellum stage – Mabandla was at the Ray Ban tent, located at what I later discovered to be the location of the first Oppikoppi – BCUC … Continue reading Faces 007 – BCUC
I’ve been assisting my homie JayTip with some visual elements for his instrumental project, “Time Will Tell”. It’s been a fun process, and I thought to share some of the … Continue reading JayTip – Time Will Tell (pictures)
Trailer: The Capacity of Capcity from Sara Chitambo on Vimeo. For the past four weeks, plus/minus, I’ve been helping edit Sara Chitambo’s documentary on the Pretoria music scene. I’d been … Continue reading Sorry I Missed That Deadline