Posts tagged "cape town"

Win Tickets To Bruno Pronsato Live | Interview With Mike Kennedy

If you didn’t know already, Mike Kennedy is one of Cape Town’s most revered entertainment masterminds… If you’ve ever partied on a train, jammed hard at the Beach Bar at 49m Rocking the Daisies or wound up on the dancefloor with a pretty young thing at Chukkachurri on a Friday night, it’s probably because of...
FlashBack | MGMT Fate to Pretend | Issue 14

FlashBack | MGMT Fate to Pretend | Issue 14

In 2008, New Yorkers Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser unhinged the mystical Door to Kukundu. Dressed in matching technicolour dreamcoats, the pair better known as MGMT ushered in a wave of new sound that could be heard everywhere from Cape Town to Japan. “How are you guys going to party now that you’ve got this...
Encounter with Grandmaster Flash

Encounter with Grandmaster Flash

Born Joseph Saddler in 1958, Grandmaster Flash is now almost 60 years old. Gracing South African soil this October, we were able to gain some insight into the science behind the man himself and how this living legend came to find his way into music history, overcoming every negative voice who told him he would...

New Wave Noir Wave | Interview with Petite Noir

Yannick Ilunga aka Petite Noir, the inventor of ‘noir wave’ and member of the Capital of Cool creative crew just brought out his new single Pressure and a trippy music video to accompany the tune. Freshly back from London town, he spoke to us about what inspired him, unique music and bad grammar. How do...
THE STALKED

THE STALKED

Stalking has become easy in an age of social media. In fact, most of us are quite content to release private information into the whacky world of the www. Christine Hogg speaks to Alice Toich, who examins this phenomenon by painting portraits of Facebook users who she ‘stalked’. “None is so famous than the example...

COMPETITION: WIN TICKETS TO 49M ROCKING THE DAISIES 2012

How hard can you party? It’s time you told us… one small seed is giving away two single tickets to 49M Rocking the Daisies 2012. This year the 7th edition of 49M Rocking the Daisies is bigger and better than ever! A festival that never fails, they are promising to provide one hella epic festival....

adidas originals I Represent I Vouks and The Curse I Behind the scenes

Since the 23 September the adidas All Originals #Represent campaign has been running, with entries flooding in from all over the country. Submissions are open until 7 October, so – South Africa – get moving on representing your crew! Whatever your mode, mantra or medium, show adidas and the world what you and your crew...

I [blank] SA – tees for local charity

IblankSA is a local South African non-profit initiative started up by Adam Lee Casey, who in addition to working as an architect and lecturer is a passionate surfer, skater and traveller. Adam, originally from New York but now living in Cape Town, has spent the past two months setting up a charity project with designed...

Adidas calling South Africans to #represent!

Launched on September 3rd 2012, adidas has created a campaign – All Originals #Represent – calling on South Africans to represent the brand with originality, creativity and passion through loading videos, images, audio and mantras as a crew (two or more people) to its campaign website. Uploading must be completed by 7 October 2012. (video)...

#FlashBack | South Beach Photo-shoot | Issue17

Photography: Samnorval.com Stylists: Cally Palmer @ Max Models Make-up: Sandy Seale @ Six Love Photographers Assistants: Albert Brun & Jade Van Der Spuy Production, concept & Art direction: Lauren Livsey @ Rock paper Scissors-Theory Models: Bryce @ Ice Models, Celeste @ Ice Models & Nugget Read the rest of issue 17: Open publication – Free...

Stark On Spokes: The Interview

Shane Cooper better known as Card On Spokes took the time out to contextualise, for one small seed, the upcoming release of the song ‘Disguises’ as well as his new EP set to drop early 2013. There’s something about the melancholic synths and the pitter patter of the hihats building into the drop just before the distorted...

The Dragons stole our heart

On a cold and rainy Friday night in the mother city we were lulled by a new yet familiar sound, entranced by electro and swayed by soul, not to mentioned truly funked by house – our house it seems, borrowed and brought back blue and new and wow and true. ‘Dreamy, shifting rhythmical moody rainbow...

Album of the Week: September, Week 01

September’s first Album of the Week is by one small seed’s founder and editor-in-chief Giuseppe Russo, taken at Little Dragon‘s performance in Cape Town on Friday 31st August 2012. To read the interview we did with them two days before they played, click here!
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