Is local always better? Does it matter whether we support our own talents? Undoubtedly you have seen the Twitter and Facebook… Read more South African Music Amps Up
African music has reached a new level of international standing. Listen closely, world, African sound is seeping throughout the globe. With music… Read more African Music: Global yet?
The dim lighting and firm-cushioned seats of the Baxter Theatre set a relaxed and warm atmosphere mere minutes before the… Read more Festivals: High Notes, Low Blows
Although the idea of being a musician is often envisioned as fun nights on tour buses, absorbing that eruptive applause at… Read more The Key to Music
There’s more to music than a good beat and some annoyingly catchy lyrics For the fifth 5am start in a row… Read more Before the Bass Drops
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) announced new quotas at the end of March 2016 concerning radio play… Read more Update: ICASA Grants Local Musicians More Radio Play
South African singer and rapper, Toya Delazy, forms first South African, all-female rap group, Klutch Kollective. In early March 2016,… Read more South Africa’s First All-Female Crew
National Jazz legend, Don Laka, blames popular radio station, Metro FM, for poor income of South African musicians. Laka’s concern… Read more Radio Robs Local Musicians