Oh it’s so bad. There’s not much more to say, except for “Your team, Pretoria.” [Source : @ArthurJones]
After a long school or work-week, there is nothing better than planning a Friday night outing to a club with a few friends to unwind and blow off some steam. I can’t think of one person in my circle of friends or even acquaintances who doesn’t like watching a live band, whether it be a [...]
One of the few things pretty much everyone in the world knows about Jamaica is that it produced Bob Marley, who sported the world’s most famous dreadlocks and also made some music you may be familiar with. Kagiso’s decided to get serious about his little Jamaican documentary and so he’s taken his crew to the [...]
Cape Town rocked its head off last night, as the Red Hot Chili Peppers performed live at Cape Town Stadium. Fans were treated to a bunch of the band’s biggest hits, including the rare occasion of both ‘Dani California’ and ‘Scar Tissue’ being played at the same concert.
As Anthony Kiedis takes to the spotlight this evening, we thought we’d bring the topic of his tattoos to the table. Even if you’re in the golden circle tonight, you’re still not going to be close enough to see the detail that makes up his numerous pieces of body art. Here’s a helpful guide, so [...]
Presenting, everything you need to know to have a good time at tonight’s Red Hot Chilli Peppers concert in Cape Town.
Saturday night saw the Red Hot Chili Peppers performing in Jo’burg (set list here) and according to The New Age, it was ‘ a shambles’ and security were accepting bribes. Big Concerts say they’re talking crap. Click for more..
Anyone who has read Anthony Kiedis’ book will know these guys don’t stick to a definite set list when they perform. We’ve managed to get hold of their set lists from their past few gigs in Australia, to work out what you can expect.
We’re not sure if you’ve taken a stroll through the wonderland that is Gumtree lately, but apparently almost everyone who has a ticket for the South African leg of the Red Hot Chili Peppers tour is selling it. If you’re looking for a ticket to the Cape Town show, you should click HERE. If you’re [...]
A photo of Justin Bieber groping a fan’s breast has surfaced online, and is causing quite a storm in a bra cup.
I’m nearly finished Anthony Kiedis’ book, Scar Tissue (audiobook) and totally see why everyone raved about it – oh my God, the guy shouldn’t be alive. I’m so amped for the concert! Here some pics of Kiedis and Flea taken just last week!
You’ve endured so many iterations of PSY’s Gangnam Style music video – some good, but mostly awful. This one is the best yet. Possibly better than the original. That’s fairly special. I promise, that’s the last one you need to watch. Created by YouTube user, Etoilec1, this is just another example of something excellent no [...]
This morning we reported on Chris Brown and Frank Ocean’s alleged fight last night outside the Westlake Recording Studios in Los Angeles.
The Lonely Island is a musical comedy group, famous for producing cutting-edge pop music containing the most bizarre lyrics (anyone remember “Dick In A Box” and “I Just Had Sex|”?).
Speculation has been rife since yesterday that Betrayoncé, err, Beyoncé, lip-synched the United States, of America’s, national anthem during Barack Obama’s inauguration.
1) Plush - Saturday 19 January at 17h00 2) Manouche - Sunday 20 January at 18h00 3) TheCITY - Saturday 26 January at 18h00 4) Bed on Bricks - Saturday 26 January at 18h45 5) Lee Gold - Sunday 27 January at 17h30 Price? Free. Time? 18h00 to 19h00. Venue? V&A Amphitheatre [...]
If you weren’t around in the early 90′s, you totally missed out on the coolest rap group at the time: Kriss Kross!
This month the Jack Daniel’s Music Reporter hooked up with a crew from Jo’burg known as The Brother Moves On. Recently featured in the UK’s Guardian newspaper, these guys are not your average four-piece rock band! Check it out..
Every performer will have their day of ranting when they’ve been pushed just a little too far. Whether they are a diva or just too agressive (Axl Rose), their downfalls and rage have given us these 10 entertaining videos. Click through to check them out.
Shortly after recieving an Academy Award nomintaion, Searching For Sugarman nailed the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Documentary Feature, last night. The film spotlights the fasciniating life and times of American singer/songwriter, Sixto Rodriguez, who enjoyed widespread fame and adoration in apartheid (and present-day) South Africa, and utter failure in the United States. The narrative [...]
Some songs are just too good to be covered and will never be bettered. Herewith a list of 15 famous South African songs that should not (and simply can’t) be covered.
Earlier this week it officially became uncool to smoke marijuana after Justin Bieber was snapped smoking a joint. Immediately after, members of the internet message board community 4Chan started spreading a new hoax called “Operation Cut For Bieber.”
South Korean comic readers are enraged by an erotic manga that portrays rapper Psy sexually assaulting one of its characters.
The New York Times has once again compiled their annual video montage, featuring a sampling of songs by artists who died during 2012.
Let’s face it, 2012 has been an incredible year for music and movies. From Psy’s Gangnam Style to Christopher Nolan’s Dark Night Rises, the future of pop culture has never looked brighter.
Kim Wilde got on a train after a radio station Christmas party and started singing for the train. Some passengers didn’t even realise that the person singing ‘Kids In America’ wasn’t just any busker. And she was wearing reindeer antlers on her head. So rad.
The Kiffness, local electronica band that are following in Goldfish’s footsteps have released a new music video, and it’s a stonker. It’s all about Bobo who goes on a moon safari, and takes a 3-iron with.
“Hallelujah, Sandy, screw ya! We’ll get through ya, ‘Cause we’re New Yorkers.” Over the years we’ve certainly heard our fair share of covers of Leonard Cohen’s classic song, “Hallelujah”. But Adam Sandler’s version during Wednesday night’s 12-12-12 Sandy Benefit Concert in Madison Square Garden takes the cake!
It’s hard to believe that one can be driven close to breakdown over the chance of seeing another human being in the flesh. Such is the power of Justin Bieber. Please witness this local 15-year-old completely losing it. They call this “Bieber Fever.”