SHORTSTRAW’S new album, Those Meddling Kids, has been a year in the making. The Indie band has been releasing one single a month, with its own artwork and music video, since September 2016. It’s all rather old school for a band which has been topping the charts since its launch in 2007, writes ESTELLE SINKINS. Continue reading
The Dave Matthews Tribute Band will be performing in Caversham this weekend.
THE Mill Sessions are bringing rock back to the midlands in the form ofsix-piece ensemble, The Dave Matthews Tribute Band at Midlands Forest Lodge (home of the Balgowan Brewery) in Caversham on Sunday, June 11.
Also performing at the gig will be Rowan Stuart and Pillar Box Red, who will bring a folk indie-pop feel to the mix. Continue reading
Blues legend, Dan Patlansky, will be one of four great acts at the Royal Rock concert on May 27. Also performing will be Locnville, Ard Matthews and the Black Lapels. Photo: Bakkes Images
ROLLING Stones legend, Keith Richards, once said: “If you don’t know the blues… there’s no point in picking up the guitar and playing rock and roll or any other form of popular music.”
It’s a comment that could have been penned for South African blues maestro, Dan Patlansky, who will be showcasing his incredible guitar skills and lyrical songwriting in four concerts in KwaZulu-Natal this week, writes ESTELLE SINKINS. Continue reading
Ardmore will be exhibiting new work, inspired by African mythology, at the Ebony Art Gallery in Franschhoek from October 22. Photo: Supplied
MISCHIEVOUS, and sometimes malevolent, tokoloshes and tagati, are a part of Zulu mythology.
Now these creatures have been given a physical form by a group of young artists from Ardmore Ceramic Art’s Winter School for an exhibition, titled Tokkies and Tagies, which will be taking place at the Ebony Gallery in Franschhoek, from October 22. Continue reading
Fee Halsted. Photo: Ardmore
FEE Halsted, the founder of Ardmore Ceramic Art in Caversham in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands, will be giving a talk to the Midlands Forum at the Howick High School hall at 9.30 am for 10 am on Tuesday, May 3. Continue reading
If you are in Cape Town, stop by The Luge Gallery, Loop Streep No 109 to take a closer look at the Ardmore Ceramic Art Mercurial Cats Exhibition which runs in the Mother City until October 13. Ardmore is based in Caversham in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands. Find out more at http://www.ardmoreceramics.co.za/