Earthdance Cape Town 2014 is an international hub event boasting three stages, two days and one night of musical bliss and cultural awakening. This year’s theme, Transformation, aims to embrace positive change and growth on both a personal and collective scale. Returning to its homeland, Earthdance will once again be held at Nekkies in Worcester where the green fields and mountainous backdrop provide the perfect setting for an outdoor party.
Psyked in the City is giving one lucky winner double tickets for the event. To enter,
follow the instructions below.
On the 9th of August, Labyrinth returned in full-force to celebrate its 9th Birthday “Tranceformation” at a brand new venue. I’ll admit, I was hesitant about moving the event away from all-popular Trinity. But by the time I arrived at the scene of QV54, the place was bustling with party-goers from far and near and I was convinced that Lab had made the right choice.
Kriss-Kross is the progressive project of Cape-Town-dwelling Ross Moore and Christopher Hansen. The dynamic duo were recently signed by Nexus Media, along with Infectious and D-Sciple, and represent the next-generation of psytrance with their grooving daytime jams, punctuated by 138 BPM. Kriss-Kross is set to perform at Aurora SA this Saturday. We were fortunate enough to have a chat with them.
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One thing’s for sure, there’s no such thing as “too much Berg.” The mighty prog-master returns to South Africa on the 4th of July. This time, he’ll be bringing his beautiful beats to Dragon Room along with local all-stars Deliriant, Headroom, Bruce, The Commerical Hippies, Sway and others. We’re giving away double tickets to the event. Enter our competition to win. Details below.