Win Free Entry To The Brother Moves On!

  One of the most talked about bands of the year, The Brother Moves On, are finally making their way to the 031 to launch their ETA EP. They’ll be jamming at Live with Car Boot Vendors and Fruits & Veggies this Friday in what is set to be an eclectic cracker of a gig. You can give ETA a listen here and even buy a digital copy or wait until Friday to pick up a physical copy at the show. The Brother Moves On are a collective of ever... Read More

Win Free Entry To The Plastics Album Launch!

  You know us, always trying to live up to our tagline of trying to get you out and into the city. Well this is another one of those attempts. As you should know, The Plastics will be playing at Live The Venue this Friday to launch their latest album, Pyramid. They’ll be joined by local cool cats Black Math, Asleep In Transit and Catlike Thieves so, you know, you’re gonna wanna be there.   We realise that it’s the middle... Read More

The Winston Rises

We don’t need some long winded introduction to this do we? It’s a review of The Winston’s Re-opening featuring City Bowl Mizers, STRAGE and D’urban Knights by Luke Smith. Just read it.     It’s difficult to talk about the Friday before last without some preamble on the Winston and its legacy. Aptly nestled in the grey between Umbilo and Glenwood, for years the blackened hangout with its god awful smelling toilets... Read More

Drawn Together

In our latest attempt to outsource our content production, we got a couple party goers at Sedge Warbler’s gig at Origin on Friday to draw us their night. We’re Avant-Garde as fuck. Here’s Friday night, in pictures, by you. Spoiler alert: Drunk people can’t draw for shit.  Read More

Rocking The Coast

One day, when Matt Knight writes another review, there will be a review free from genital references on this site. But until then, here’s Bob Perfect’s review of Rocking The Coast with E.X.P.L.O.S.I.O.N, Lowprofile and Manuvah To Land. Ah, Toti. My impression of the place is that if Umhlanga and Pinetown had a kid and left that kid to grow up on the street, sniffing glue and selling their body, but then that child got adopted by a loving... Read More