Durban Animators Making Moves – First Thursdays Focus

We all spent our early years lost in the vividly coloured and twisted cartoon worlds of Ghibli, Animaniacs and Walt Disney, but how many of us realised we could make worlds like that? The practice of animation actually predates cinematography, if we consider the manipulation of shadows over light projection to be considered early animation experiments. Now, South Africa is catching up to the growing global trend leaning towards telling stories through... Read More

The DIY Guide to Partying on Expert

We refreshed our guide to partying safely for 2015, so naturally we had to bring back the DIY Guide to Partying on expert for those of you who are ready to take off the water wings. Russell Grant and Bob Perfect break down how to clock the jolling game on expert.   Party with people you only vaguely know. They will push you to extremes you never thought possible, without any concern or responsibility for your well-being.   If it seems like... Read More

The DIY Guide To Partying Safely

With many, many years of joling under his belt, party veteran Russel Smith put together this list of Party Do’s and Don’ts to share with you up and coming party monsters. See, he cares.     As a show of love for the up and coming party monsters, and as a reminder to you tired old disco hags, I’ve put together a little list of how to party safely and successfully: Party with mates you trust. They will keep you safe, and you... Read More

Let Love And Pride Never Fade

In our most nepotistic article to date, Bob Perfect writes about his best friends’ band. That band is Go! Go! Bronco though so we doubt you’d mind too much. Here’s a look back at the last six years of one of the wildest, loudest and most debaucherous bands to have come out of Durban.     I know this article is late, really late, but it took Go! Go! Bronco six years to release an album so it seems fitting. I have to admit... Read More

Kagiso’s Island Of Treasure EP9 (Sponsored)

It’s Kagiso’s second to last week in Jamaica and he’s found himself all alone and homesick, he even misses Steve Hofmeyr. He visits Mandela Park in hope of finding some Madiba magic.     You can follow Tropika on Twitter, like them on Facebook and follow the rest of the series on theirYoutube.    Read More

Fluffy White Bunnies #48 – Places Of Worship

You filthy heathens! Check out more of Alastair’s work on his website    Read More

We’re Having An Exhibition of Art ‘n Shit

  Never scared to put our cocks on the line, our rag-tag team of contributors have been working tirelessly to put together an art exhibition for you, our adoring public, this Thursday at The Upstairs. We’ve teamed up with the cool cats at WorkingClass to bring you some Art ‘n Shit. The cocks lining up for the chop belong to Stathi Kougianos, Luke Smith, Russell Grant, Alastair Laird, Grant Payne, Gareth Bargate, Kevin Goss-Ross,... Read More

Desmond Does Durban

Our favourite heathen, Russel Smith, returns to gigs and writing reviews for us, bands and ladies beware. He kicks off his return with a few choice words on Desmond and The Tutus recent gig at Live.     Having been out the of the loop on the live music front for a spell, it was a bittersweet reunion to find myself surrounded by familiar sweaty bodies and some new ones all eagerly anticipating the evening’s bill of entertainment at... Read More

Kagiso’s Island of Treasure EP8 (Sponsored)

This week Kagiso gets serious and heads to the Bob Marley museum where he finds out that “One love” doesn’t solve everything.     You can follow Tropika on Twitter, like them on Facebook and follow the rest of the series on theirYoutube.    Read More

Hitting Rock Bottom | Video

Check out Rock Bottom TV, a new web series put together by local comedic duo, Dusty Rich and Jem Atkins. They’re a couple episodes in but this is the funniest one so far. Dusty as a dolphin, a chick running into a wall and a dog taking a dump in the middle of a show, it’s rather strange.     Enjoyed the show? Check out the rest on the Youtube channel   Read More

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