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Railways Café has successfully held their third train party with a line up so fine you'll be sour you missed out! Held on the 6th of May 2017 with the following artists: Jamey Love ft Dubble Amount, Jacob & Taylor, Shared Address, Sivukile, Warren Garvie, The Kiffness, DJ Big Dill, Strait-Jackal, Hellcats, Skinnee Sunrise, The Sextons, Albert Frost & The Tazers for more info on the artists, follow the links below. Hosted by Railways Café A video by Dizzy Khaki Music by: Jamey Love ft Dubble Amount - Friends of tomorrow The Tazers - Love Machine Skinnee Sunrise - Prom Song Film Crew: Jonathan Erin Purchase Neil Human Fanus Beetge
  • 1 Jun 2017
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  • 16 May 2017
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Railways Cafe recently held what is quickly becoming known as the party to attend in Gauteng. This year was their 3rd and biggest train party with a line up most festivals would kill for. Dizzy Khaki got commissioned to film and document the entire event. Here is the first teaser of what went down on the day. Keep an eye out for the 'Official After Movie' coming soon.
  • 10 May 2017
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The Liquid King of South African Liquid Drum & Bass performing at Oppikoppi, Moksha and Grietfest 2016.
  • 10 May 2017
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The Lectric Monks are a band from Pretoria, South Africa, who perform folk rock music that gets you singing and dancing along before you know it.
  • 10 May 2017
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The Black Cat Bones performing live at Park Acoustics in 2016. Taken off their debut DVD, 'No Place Like Home'.
  • 10 May 2017
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The Third Gunman performing live at Reunion Fest 2017 Sound & Lighting on the evening was done by Elephant Sound and Lighting Productions:
  • 20 Apr 2017
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Once a year the music enthusiasts of South Africa embark on a journey to Lothair in the province of Mpumalanga. Surrounded by the most beautiful lush scenery setting the perfect environment for some of South Africas finest musical talent to show their worth. The line up was truly amazing from day one and we cannot wait for next year.
  • 20 Apr 2017
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Satanic Dagga Orgy performing one of their latest singles 'Homo for Naledi' on the James Phillips stage at Oppikoppi 2016. With a name taken straight off a tabloid headline, it's clear that Satanic Dagga Orgy don't take themselves too seriously. The same, however, can't be said for their approach to music. Drawing influence from pop music and punk rock, S.D.O's grooving folk jams fill the space between the two extremes and get the crowd bouncing along from the first chord to the last beat of the snare. Filmed by Dizzy Khaki Film crew: Jonathan Erin Purchase Fanus Beetge Relief Hitchcock Sound & additional footage by Militia Media
  • 9 Oct 2016
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South African Metal group - Boargazm performing a Rage Against the Machine classic 'Bulls on Parade' one of South Africa's biggest alternative music festival - Oppikoppi.
  • 20 Sep 2016
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Academie performing their single off their debut album Volumes ft. Horizons Project Choir (Live at Oppikoppi 2016) on the Skellum stage Saturday 6th August. With their haunting debut single Sulphur, wife Jean-Louise Nel and husband Alex Parker, launched their Johannesburg based band Academie. Multi-instrumentalists Jean-Louise (Dear Reader, Fulka) and Alex (ISO, Tumi Molekane and Ross Jack) are both established musicians in the South African music scene. Academie represents the synthesis of two evolved artistic sensibilities. Their music is laced with the whispered melancholy of a deferred nostalgia. It feels ephemeral, crystalline as it dissolves and reconstitutes itself in a cyclical aesthetic of the impermanent. Jean-Louise’s eerie vocals are subtly blended with her own viola loops and electric guitar against a disquieting rhythmic backdrop of drum pads and warm synthesizers played by Alex. The overall effect is disconcertingly beautiful. The Horizons Project aims to not simply stimulate the creation of new choral music written by young South African composers but aims to facilitate the creation of a new generation of South African composers who write for the genre of choral music The choir consist of 24 hand picked singers from a various fields, but share to love for singing and performing choral music.
  • 5 Sep 2016
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Based in Pretoria, Tuin is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter currently making waves on the South African music scene and winning over new fans with each and every performance. Her unique voice and passion for music captures the essence of what music is all about, add her ability to connect with the crowd and you have an amazing artist who makes any event memorable.
  • 17 Aug 2016
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The Country & Blues Assembly proudly presents the GLB house band featuring Andre Kriel, Chris van der Walt, Michael Canfield, Gareth Wilson & Roy Jones live at The Good Luck Bar.
  • 9 Aug 2016
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“Isochronous is an entirely new beast. Their songs are melodically supercharged, epic, topped with Brokensha’s frankly spine-buzzing voice”. (Pretoria News) Dizzy Khaki got exclusive access to ISO's recording of their latest album. Here's what each member had to say about the new direction the band is heading in with Polydimension.
  • 3 Jul 2016
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The Black Cat Bones is a South African rock band formed in Silverton, Pretoria in 2007. The group consists of founding members Kobus de Kock jr (vocals) and Andre Kriel (guitars) with Chris vd Walt (bass) and Jason Oosthuizen (drums) rounding off what is considered to be one of the current top performing acts in the country. Performing a Felice Brothers cover "Don't wake the Scarecrow" live at one of South Africas biggest alternative music festivals, Oppikoppi.
  • 3 Jul 2016
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With a name taken straight off a tabloid headline, it's clear that Satanic Dagga Orgy don't take themselves too seriously. The same, however, can't be said for their approach to music. Songs about love, life, twitter, satan, magic mushrooms, pastors, sheep and Joburg Drawing influence from pop music and punk rock, S.D.O's grooving folk jams fill the space between the two extremes and get the crowd bouncing along from the first chord to the last beat of the snare. Performing their single 'Memory' at the Wolmer Rock Show 2016
  • 3 Jul 2016
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A new two piece has hit the South African music scene in the form of Glen Hodgson (The Parlotones) & Jason Oosthuizen (Van Coke Kartel & The Black Cat Bones). Shortly after recording their debut album they hit the roads on their first national tour. Heres part 2 of three of their journey.
  • 14 Jun 2016
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