This video has had over 52 million views since it launched on Friday evening. That’s much more than 500,000 views an hour, which makes Psy almost as big as cats on the internet.
We can’t tell you what this song means, but we can tell you that it’s called “Gentleman” and it’s Psy’s follow up track to his famous Gangnam Style.
This is almost too good to be true. Cape Town and Johannesburg recently played host to the Holi One and We Are One festivals, respectively. There are almost too many highlights to mention, but the Yellow Hand Print Guy should get a special round of applause.
North Korean leader, Kim Jung-Un played an all American villain in a high school production, of Grease. And he looked totally awesome.
Directed by Steven Soderbergh, Behind The Candelabra takes a retrospective look at the life of Liberace (played by Michael Douglas), his performances, and his relationship with young lover, Scott Thorson (played by Matt Damon).
Rihanna will perform the South African leg of her Diamonds World Tour at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Sunday October 13 2013 and Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday October 16 2013. Read on for ticket info
According to professional MILF slayer, Michael Bublé auto tuning software is “overused” in the music industry. The software enables recording studios to improve pretty much any singer’s pitch and sound quality, to the point where you can basically make a pekinese dog a viable musical talent. You can even autotune the spoken word into melody. [...]
What do you do with your digital music once you are “finished” with it? Digital music resellers, ReDigi thought they had found the solution. This website is dedicated to the “recycling” of digital music. Not only does Redigi let users store music on their cloud server, users could also sell and buy the abandoned, “second [...]
If you were wondering how Goldfish were ‘doing’ overseas, do yourself a favour and watch this video. Make sure you’re sitting down.
No she isn’t related to Slash, Hendrix or Claudio Sanchez but we’re pretty sure she shreds harder than they did when they were eight years old. She shreds her way into our hearts, and straight into the Boss Hall Of Fame.
The 14th annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival is fast approaching and Capetonians have the great opportunity to attend a free concert. The concert will take place in Green Market Square and will feature the best local talent, as well as this year’s international headlining act. The concert is set to take place on Wednesday [...]
As most folks know, Jack Daniel’s has always had a special relationship with music. Some have even called it a love affair. Frank, Keith, Jimmy, Guns… the list of legends that have a special place in their heart for Jack is long and distinguished. Since day one, the Tennessee Whiskey has been back stage, on [...]
5Gum, the subsidiery brand of chewing gum giant, Wrigley’s are bringing acclaimed UK indie band, The Kooks to South Africa, as part of the annual 5Gum Experience. The venue for the 20 April Cape Town and 19 April Johannesburg gigs will remain a secret until the evening of the event. Fans can’t buy tickets, but [...]
Local band, Red Huxley is comprised of three young musicians from Cape Town who have been working hard to make their mark in the industry. Last year, Red Huxley met Dave Catching from Eagles Of Death Metal. They were brave and cheeky enough to hand Catching their music, asking whether he would be keen to produce [...]
Apparently “Call Me Maybe” goes with almost everything. What happens when you pair nineties industrial rock band, Nine Inch Nails with teenybopping Carly Rae Jepsen? Harmony, actually. PomDeter’s Call Me Hole may not be music excellence, but it is one of the cleanest mashups you’ll hear for a very, very long time. And… Here’s the original NIN [...]
And legally, we might add. If you were waiting with bated breath for David Bowie’s new album, we have good news for you. The highly anticipated album titled The Next Day is now available for streaming on iTunes. This pre-release is available for a limited time only (which is annoyingly unspecified) but at least you can decide if [...]
Google just nailed down the good will of an entire nation. Miriam Makeba, or “Mama Africa” as she was fondly known would be 81 years old today, and Google have honoured her with today’s doodle. An icon of South African musical prowess, and an important pop culture figurehead in the struggle against apartheid, Makeba’s citizenship [...]
I popped the roof last night and the iPhone’ random music play stumbled upon Billy Joel, singing New York State Of Mind – live. I am embarrassed to say I haven’t given it a listen in 6 months. Perhaps you need a recap?
Moving House’ debut/self titled album is one which every ‘Hipster’ on Kloof Street – sporting a denim shirt, bowler hat and a pair of skinny jeans with a skinny Caffè Mocha in one hand, an iPhone in the other, has been anticipating. Even though one might feel that this band caters to a pop/indie lover, [...]
2013 seems to be the year of the come back. Bowie, Black Sabbath, Beck, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Depeche Mode, Queens of the Stone Age, and Tool are just a few of the anticipated come-back albums we can expect this year. There is no in between with come-back albums, they are either a [...]
In between the starter course and nailing Best Pop Vocal Album, Kelly Clarkson dropped an epic photobomb. But she wasn’t the only one having a blast at the 2013 Grammy Awards. Check out the full list of winners, below. RECORD OF THE YEAR Somebody That I Used To Know Gotye Featuring Kimbra Wally De [...]
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 [...]