Ian Roberts and his bakgat band of boeremusiek brothers team up with super romantic Afrikaans rap star Jack Parow on this tongue-in-cheeky World Cup anthem-in-the-making anthem about braaivleis, brandy and Vuvuzela blowing! Off heir third album of all star collaborations, “Heuningland”.
Johannes Kerkorrel leads his Gereformeerde Blues Band out of the valley of verkrampte Nationalist Party ideology on this razor sharp satire of (not) watching PW Botha on TV. Off the ‘alternative Afrikaans’ Voëlvry era classic, ‘Eet Kreef’.Download Listen Now
Hip indie dance rock combo celebrate Heritage Day (aka Braai Day) by hooking up with heavyweight hip-hop players HHP and JR, and the Grammy winning Soweto Gospel Choir. It’s a contagiously fun colab with Die Heuwels’ Pierre Greeff singing in English, HHP and JR keeping it real and the Soweto Gospel Choir adding their soaring African harmonies: “So it’s a flyday. We call it a braai day….”
Legendary singer songwriter maps the moment he morphed from Andre Letoit into mythical alternative Afrikaans troubadour Koos Kombuis on this classic Voelvry-era acoustic ballad off his excellent debut, ‘Niemandsland & Beyond!’.
Space is the place on this mellifluous a cappella gem off the queens of mbaqanga’s recent album, ‘Reign and Shine’. Fresh and dynamic, the new album maps the spaces where mbaqanga and mbube meet and greet with tracks ranging from traditional classics to brand new, original material.
Popular Afrikaaans singer songwriter shares another piano ‘n strings coloured ballad about love off his top-selling album, ‘Songs Uit My Binnesak. Fans of Koos du Plessis’ romantic luisterliedjie craft, this one’s for you.
“I know my language has always been my limit…/the heart of the fool lives inside of his mouth,” serenades Laudo on this spanking new symphonic rock power ballad off the indie rock darlings’ brand new CD, ‘Against All Odds’. Produced by the multiple award-winning Theo Crous.
Recently reunited 70s classic rock legends (remember ‘Buccaneer’?) coax listeners to take a walk down the dark side of the street on this shadowy tale of a vampiric relationship of love and lust. It’s a rocking new track off their 4-track sampler titled ‘Work In Progress’ (pre-release). The current group consist of the classic 70s line-up of brothers Mike and Tully McCully, Richard Black and Rupert Mellor.
Coda’s sultry cellist turns up the heat on this chic clubber’s cocktail of classical music and house grooves featuring vocalist Nina Du Plessis. Off her debut solo album, ‘Fireflies In The Rain’.
Mother City rockers Wayne Joshua and Shai Caleb (ex-Farenheit) share this first, hook-laden single off their debut album ‘The Lucky Ones’. Fans of well-crafted Brit-pop cut from Oasis and The Beatles’ cloth, this is well worth a listen.