Albert Frost and Louis Mhlanga (guitars) We don't have anything by Mhlanga, you can download a live version of Albert Frost's Crawling Kingsnake, or just listen to it, right here
Bafo Bafo (Syd Kitchen and Madala Kunene)We don't have any MP3s of these two playing together but they're both SA icons. Madala recently did the soundtrack for award winning SA film, Yesterday and both have recorded solo, as well as with other top SA and International artists- Madala Kunene [ listen ] or [ download ]- Syd Kitchen [ Listen ] or [ download ]
Cutting JadeThis popular hard rock band have recently released their "Best Of" CD. - Download or listen to two of their MP3s - click here
Hog Hoggidy HogAlways popular live, they make a pretty mean recording band too. - Download two of their MP3s - "Naked" and "African Son" right here- Hear clips from their album, Oink! right here
Karma (ex of Henry Ate)We interviewed her way back when she was still with Henry Ate. Her great new album, featuring a completely new band line-up, on which she wrote and arranged every song is called Don't Walk Fly. It proves her to have been, without a shadow of doubt, the creative force behind Henry Ate. So much for all the boy-band backchat on that score then. - Read the old interview - Download or listen to "Life" from Henry Ate's greatest hits CD
Old MolIf you've never heard of Old Mol, that's cause it's new. Check out fun, tuneful SA punk tracks from the debut CD, Rock the Bedsprings.- Download three songs here
PlankThoughtful, anarchic Afrikaans pop/folk with a dark edge. - Download songs here
The NarrowHard, sensitive rock that's taking SA by storm.- hear clips from all songs, and read our review here - download two full songs
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