Anyone who says SA is starved for international concerts is definitely living under a rock. Check out these international acts coming to SA's shores.
As musicians like Jessie Ware and FKA twigs create a fresh sound, Zodwa Kumalo-Valentine looks at the new wave of R&B.
Artists are angry the city was to spend R65-million on TribeOne festival while they are neglected.
The TribeOne event crashed because organisers were too ambitious and did not take enough responsibility, say promoters of other festivals.
Despite a line-up hot enough to make any fan want to get their hands on a ticket, the sound at Nasrec was bad enough to make you want to leave.
The singer's melodies continue to pioneer Afrikaans rock music but, for some, his conservative inclinations may blur their beauty, writes Chris Roper.
New initiative Littlegig is well-intentioned and puts on a good show, but remains a commodity that functions only to confirm middle-class privilege.
With the convivial atmosphere lost on leaving the heart of Jo’burg, the music of South African jazz greats has been robbed of some of its magic.
This year's Joy of Jazz line-up included the likes of Grammy Award-winners Gregory Porter, Dianne Reeves and Roy Hargrove to name a few.
This year's Joy of Jazz line-up pays special tribute to the influence of vocalists on the genre.
There are no solos in the Maji Maji album, as one would expect from a jazz album. The album is then perhaps an unconscious rebellion.
From Die Antwoord to Black Coffee and John Wizards, here are 11 music acts garnering critical acclaim internationally.
Leonard Cohen is not fond of songs with ideas because they tend to become "slogans".
Producer, Patrick Leonard, assures M&G's Charles Leonard that no tricks were used during the recording of Popular Problems.
NY Arts is bringing live jazz events to South Africa's townships to give residents the opportunity to enjoy experiences usually reserved for the city.
A doccie about legendary musician Fela Kuti's life and politically-charged music has just been released.
Women’s rights activists Yegna have established themselves as the Spice Girls of the Horn of Africa
Getting shafted by his manager turned out to be a blessing in disguise for Canada's best-loved singer, writes Charles Leonard.
On her sixth studio album, singer and songwriter Sia Furler proves you can be minimal on fame and still maximise on talent.