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“Best Of” Issue | one small seed magazine / issue 29 / digital 04

The best of our 10 years in independent publishing has been curated in this epic edition… Welcome to one small seed magazine / issue 29 / digital 04. Going through the pages of 25 print magazines and our three digital issues to select the content has left us smiling, laughing, lingering and certainly remembering–and we have...

Okmalumkoolkat: Fresh a$ Fuck

Smiso Zwane is the highly inventive, mustachioed and bespectacled 29-year-old going by the name of Okmalumkoolkat; co-accused at the visual/performance art outfit, Dirty Paraffin. Having partnered up with the likes of Spoek Mathambo, London dubstep trio LV and the Ruffest, this Umlazi-born, Jozi-based cat is not just a musician. He’s an artist, a writer, a...
|Issue 25 - Feature Snippet| Raider of the Lost Art

|Issue 25 – Feature Snippet| Raider of the Lost Art

In the ’70s Beat writer William S. Burroughs collaborated with artist Malcolm Mc Neill to create Ah Pook is Here – a graphic novel predicting an apocalyptic future. ‘Lost’ for over twenty years, the book has been discovered. To follow is a sneak preview of our interview with Mc Neill, featured in issue 25 of one...
Boom+27 - Episode 06

Boom+27 – Episode 06

Episode six of one small seed’s weekly online news portal, presented by Dene Botha and produced by one small seed productions. Length: 08:24. Highlights include Etienne de Crecy at the Wrigley’s 5- Gum Experience in Cape Town, 64 Cannes International Film Festival reviews, What’s Your Story? – Porselynnkas, 13 Encounters SA International Film Festival
Boom+27 - Episode 05

Boom+27 – Episode 05

Welcome to Boom+27 – Episode 05. Some highlights this week: an interview with artist Shaun Liddle, Groove Armada at Trinity, the RVCA ANP launch and a highly controversial What’s Your Story? with filmmaker Aryan Kaganof!
Dark Encounters

Dark Encounters

Fairies and Gargoyles, red velvet, donkey-eared Anne Rice novels and jewellery boxes of symbolic treasures. The enigmatic & elusive people of the night: a subculture that has outlived most others. …what is Goth? Is it a Lifestyle? An escape? A common ground? An identity? And are they, er, alive in Cape Town? Is our city a refuge...
We like our turkey cold, thanks.

We like our turkey cold, thanks.

I always knew it would be a riot. Let’s be honest, there’s no room for good intentions when a public holiday is there to back you up the next day. Thursday night’s sequence of now-hazy incidents led to a fast-food ‘refuel, re-think and repress’ two days inside. But all was redeemed by Sunday morning; it...


Article featured in Issue 18 – The Original Fake Issue – of one small seed.     With hip-hop MCs People under the Stairs rhyming in my ears and change for a loose kept safe, the street is the place I catch myself smiling off-guard.  There’s a feeling of wonder. Dialogues I hope one day...

FlashBack | Roger Balen: Fly Me Away | Issue22

Located not far outside Johannesburg is a big empty space, a space where people are divided up with blankets, sheet metal and wood… a place that Roger Ballen calls ‘The Boarding House’. Between 2004 and 2008, the photographic artist would spend five days a week living and interacting with the people there, capturing those individuals...


Cape Town’s musical vagabonds, The Wild Eyes, are back to captivate you with their raw, honest and electrifying sound. Colourful, crafty and energetic, they take you on an audio rampage of the unexpected. They’re not a “white boys who can dance” kind of band, so P L E A S E do not mention Indie-Electro-Rock....