Kobus de Kock Jnr is die frontman van The Black Cat Bones, wat ‘n nuwe album, Here Is A Knife, vrystel. Ons gesels oor Kurt Kobain, lank vat in die studio, en hoe die blues eintlik uit Afrika kom – […]
The Republic of Mieliepop is happening at Tolderia Resort, near Lothair, Mpumalanga on 21-24 March 2018. And we’ve got a double ticket to give away to one lucky reader!
Kobus de Kock Jr, the vocalist and frontman of The Black Cat Bones, is very rarely seen on stages where he’s not performing. 7 December 2016, at The Shadowboxer in Greenside, Johannesburg, was an exception. He explained that the band […]
After scoring the well-deserved Best Live Act MK Award a few years back, The Black Cat Bones exploded. They’ve since become the must-book band for every major music festival around the country, so there’s nothing strange about their slot at the […]
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the term “music festival”? If you’re from Gauteng, it’s most likely dust. And crowds. And drunk youths. But then there’s Mieliepop. Beforehand, it looked like bad weather might intrude on the […]
It seems that March is music festival season. In addition to Splashy Fen and Otterlake Easter Festival, and the brand new Lush Festival in Clarens on Easter weekend, Mieliepop has moved from it’s traditional October/November slot to the weekend before Easter […]