Top 10 Live Acts of 2007

2007-12-20 17:26
Top 10 Live Acts for 2007
1. Taxi Violence at Rocking the Daisies
George and the boys blew our festival underpants clear off with a set draped in jet-black majesty. Tune into their cocktail of righteous rawk ‘n roll intensity.
- Watch TV live at Rocking the Daisies
- Read the review

2. Pink
Pink doesn’t need Britney's airbrushed boobs or Avril Lavigne’s teen-pop floss. See why in this exclusive video of her rocking Cape Town concert.
- Watch video
- Read concert review

3. Blk Jks at Obz Festival
When most SA rock bands are content to be clones of their imported influences, Blk Jks are on a mission to desegregate Mzansi music with their fresh and funky new Afro-rock flavours.
- Watch video & interview
- See them live at Obz fest

4. HHP
Reckon all hip-hop is macho? Not if HHP has anything to rap about. Watch Strictly Come Dancing's reigning heavyweight champion work it live at the CTIJF. - Watch video
- Watch interview

5. Sweat X
Meet pussy-crazed clubber’s guides Sweat X. Their channel surfing brand of ‘ghetto tech electro’ is a mind altering experience.
- Watch video
- See them live at Oppikoppi
No special effects, no age restriction, no inhibitions, no control… NOFX rocked South Africa the old-school punk way.
- Watch the video
- Read concert review

7. Foto Na Dans
Foto Na Dans don’t give a crap about championing ‘die taal’. They know that being “jonk, 21 en Afrikaans” is finally flippin’ cool.
- Watch video
- Read concert review

8. Van Coke Kartel
See Fokof's main men go back to basics with their drug-fuelled diaries about trying to find meaning amidst all the rock 'n roll madness.
- Watch video
- Watch interview

9. Michael Bublé
Canadian crooner Michael Bublé kick started his SA tour with a dynamic cocktail of swinging pop crowd-pleasers.
- Watch video
- Read concert review

10. kidofdoom Our music editor might think these guys are over-hyped. But hey, he reckons Damn Right rocks! Anyway, watch these Pretoria instrumentalists worm a stream of shoe-gazing, metal, country, arena-rock, post-punk and techno licks and tricks into their guitar-driven indie-dance hybrid. - Watch video
- Read review

- The crew

From Pink’s feisty pop and Taxi Violence’s feral rock to HHP’s fleet-footed hip-hop, Blk Jks' Afro-rock melting pot & more. Watch the cream of 2007’s live crop in action. publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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