Reviewed by The Mad Mane Machine South Africa’s most brutal export Vulvodynia unleash their new full-length album Mob Justice, comprising of ten tracks of sheer unbridled African brutality. Exactly 3 years since the release of their previous album, Vulvodynia return with fresh new sounds and lyrical concepts straight out of the depths of the dark continent. Instead of […]
“In a small, secluded mining town in rural South Africa, three friends heard the call of the void, and spat fuzz back at it. Thus, Ruff Majik was formed, and the boys decided it was time to move to the city to spread their gospel of riff worship and sound sorcery.”
Cheshire Grin is Powerslide’s debut album released sometime in April this year. Powerslide are a punk trio that began their musical journey in the rolling misty hills of Tigoni under the patronage of punk precursor Harvy Herr who has been at the helm of bands like Impish under the house of Bin Khalid Sonic Pollution. As […]
The record with a run time of 43 minutes, engenders a sweet sadness peacefully reassuring in craftsmanship but its soul feels terribly awake to a longing that forever remains unquenched, pleasures almost in one’s grasp, like an all too vivid dream that evaporates with the dawning of the day. It is incredibly satisfying.
From the dying embers of the now defunct Man in Suit, is Dustland Express a pop/punk rock band from the heart of Cape Town, South Africa. Even with constant lineup changes, the band has still managed to put out a record that sounds uniform and resolute.