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OppiKoppi Bewilderbeast album out soon

2013-07-12 15:55
 
OppiKoppi CD
Johannesburg - Just Music announced on Thursday that the biggest South African music festival OppiKoppi will be releasing a 44-track double CD of all the biggest acts to perform at this year's Bewilderbeast festival.

A 48-track digital version will be released next week on iTunes. The physical CD will go on sale the following week.

Musicians featured on the album includes Gangs of Ballet, Yellowcard, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Fokofpolisiekar, Arno Carstens, Straatligkinders, ISO and Shadowclub amongst others. The festival will be taking place from 8 to 10 August in Northam in the North West.

Alongside Deftones and Yellowcard, another international act was announced on Friday - The Manchester Orchestra. This indie rock band hails from Atlanta, Georgia, and their music has featured in TV series like Gossip Girl and the British Skins. The band will also be performing at the One Night in Cape Town OppiKoppi gig on 8 August at the Grand Arena, Grand West Casino.

For more information visit Oppikoppi's website or their official Facebook page.

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