I have never really been a fan of Bruno Mars, but last night he really did kill the Super Bowl Half Time show with an awesome performance. Just to make it better, the Red Hot Chili Peppers joined in and rocked everyone’s socks off. #winningRead More
A weekend of Psychedelic Music, Art and Culture: A sundrenched weekend of quality vibes!
Origin Festival brings another electronic gathering to amaze your senses, both visually and musically, experimenting with various additions to the music festival environment; including top international guests and the cream of South African talent, visionary art gallery, recycling initiatives, alternate music floors and styles and much more behind the scenes antics!
Besides being an amazing outdoor party with multiple area’s and dancefloors, Origin strives to bring consciousness back into the South African party scene while hoping to gently expose people to new ideas and positive lifestyle alternatives.
Set at the breathtaking Elandskloof Farm, Helderstroom, this lush green valley with its fresh streams, enchanted forest and towering mountain backdrops beckons us once more for an adventure in connecting, laughing, relaxing and enjoying nature in all its glory - the full Origin Experience.
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❋ ❋ ORIGIN FLOOR ❋ ❋
Friday 7pm – Sunday 4pm
The amazing Psychedelic Temple designed once again by ARTESCAPE, with the best Psychedelic beats from around the world!
The Extradimensional Space Agency (UK) are back with hundreds of their amazing LEDs.
Our biggest lighting installation yet!
- LOUD (NANO, ISRAEL)
- GROOVE ADDICT (NANO, INDIA)
- RYANOSAURUS (ZENON, AUSTRALIA)
- DJ DIGOA (ZERO ONE, BRASIL)
- BAYAWAKA (ENIG’MATIK, ISRAEL)
- SOLAR (NANO, CHILE)
- BROKEN TOY
- THE COMMERCIAL HIPPIES
- SAD PARADISE
- STATIC FLOW
- RENEGADE DJ
❋ ❋ BEATS STAGE ❋ ❋
Saturday 10am – Sunday 5pm
I have one of the weirdest tastes in music that I know. Not because I like strange sounds, but simply because I have such a wide variety of music that I listen to and really appreciate. One of those strange tastes is the fact that I am a MASSIVE Eminem fan – like MASSIVE.
At the start of 2011 I decided the three artists that I wished I could see live was Blink 182, Linkin Park and Eminem – in no particular order. In 2012, I managed to tick one of those off the list and saw Linkin Park live and the experience was awesome.
Eminem will now be the next and the one that I have wanted to see the most. Cape Town will be graced with the Rap God on February 26 at the Cape Town Stadium and I think I just wizzed with excitement!
Tickets go on sale on Thursday 21st November at 9am from Computicket. Frankly, I don’t care what they cost, I am getting my hands on some.
No lineup has been confirmed yet, but I am sure he will have a large entourage with him as always. I am also sure that there will be some big acts opening before him.
If you are looking for more info you can head through here and find the official press pack.Read More
What happened to the rap game being hardcare and being gangsta? I thought they were supposed to be thug and live the street life?
This week has seen two disturbing videos of some of the top rap artists selling out. Did I not get the memo that it was time to sell out and cash in on their final stretches of fame?
First off, Lil Wayne features on Paris Hilton’s new excuse of a song and she signs for Cash Money records.
Secondly, Snoop Dogg makes what ever the hell this is:
Ok, so it has Kate Upton which makes it visually tolerant, but otherwise, I don’t even know what is going on there.Read More
No other words are needed to describe this. Just watch and then order. I think it might be time for that new graphics card…Read More
Sit back and look fresh – the weekend is here.Read More