Avalon from Nano Records – Exclusive Interview
Starting out alongside EVP under the alias Reality Grid, Leon began releasing as Avalon shortly after, working closely with Nano Records. He has also released alongside labelmate Tristan as Killerwatts, and alongside Sonic Species as Future Frequency.
PlusMinus (RSA) – Exclusive Interview
These 2 dudes have been playing at some of Cape Town’s finest parties since 2006. Back then they were still battling the forces known as high school, yet with a bit of dedication and a ton of hangovers they quickly gained a reputation for being one of the most solid high energy duos in the Cape
Sub6 from HOMmega Records – Exclusive Interview
Sub6 is Golan and Ohad Aharony. The Israeli brothers turned to electronic music in the late 90s, and their attention to detail has lead to high praises in the studio and on the dance floors. It has been a few years since Sub6 visited our shores, and they will be returning next weekend at Labyrinth
DJ Dala (RSA) – Exclusive Interview
We’re back with the infamous DJ Dala after posting the extended version of his 5FM mix that featured on national radio this week in preparation for Origin Festival 2014. DJ Dala’s a local Cape Town resident that was brought up in the music industry, eventually making his way to behind the decks and beyond.
Rabdom L (RSA) – Exclusive Interview
The Skragg and Rabdom L is Craig Hudson- one of the few remaining active artists who pioneered the South African Psytrance sound. Craig is also a member of the legendary trio Twisted System, and formed Timecode Records alongside Artifakt, Phyx, and Shift
Frozen Ghost (RSA) – Exclusive Interview
Frozen Ghost is Barry Wynn. The always humerous, slightly infamous Valley born and bred artist has definitely become a dance floor favourite with his clever vocal samples, dark atmospheres, a drop of funky goodness, and a hint of groove to keep you moving through the night
Bruce (RSA) – Exclusive Interview Pt 2
We’re back for another interview with Bruce, also known as Solar Axis, Synchronist and Spliff Politix. It’s been just over a year since our last interview, and in such a short time it’s apparent the landscape of Psytrance in Cape Town on both sides of the dance floor is somewhat changing.