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May, 2015

  • 13 May

    Making Music with a Violin and Machine

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    Catherine Roland On 2 May 2015, Durban-based electro duo Veranda Panda hit Friar Tucks in Grahamstown as the second last stop of their Going Coastal tour.  Liam Magner and Jane Baillie got the Friars crowd pumping like you’ve never seen before.  Baillie’s electrifying violin performance was met with applause from …

March, 2014

  • 31 March

    Veranda Panda brings midweek madness

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    By Christina Schild   Durban-based electronic duo, Veranda Panda lured Rhodents out for an energy-filled Wednesday night at Prime Nightclub, greeting them with a mid-week bass, dubstep and electric violin smack in the face. Hosted by MixLab – organisers behind monthly events at alternating venues – Veranda Panda were supported …

  • 31 March

    Masicule mass choir concert a smashing success

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    By Nereesha Patel On Monday 23 and Sunday 24 of March, the 1820 Settler’s Monument played host to the Masicule mass choral concert, in which local singing groups and choirs from schools and churches performed to packed venues. The concert, which saw 500 singers taking to the stage and ending the show …

  • 28 March

    Expressing rights through talent

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    By Tayla Sellschop  Nelson Mandela once said that; “once we let our own light shine we unconsciously give people the right to do the same.” It’s a statement that couldn’t reign truer to the evening hosted by the SRC last Thursday in which enthusiastic contestants performed in dance, drama music …

  • 25 March

    Plush announces last tour ever

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    By Sebastian Burger Follow @Sebburger Beloved South African acoustic rock band, Plush have decided to wrap things up, ending their 17 year career as a band with a final goodbye and farewell to their many fans in the form of ‘the Postcard Tour’. The band, currently consisting of Rory Eliot …