ROBIN S for Grand Arena Cape Town on 27th May 2023

If old-school is what floats your boat, Soul Sisters 2023 is where you want to moor your soul-filled boat. These delightful and respectful women will unite on stage for a single night, delivering the best classic, timeless music Cape Town anticipates. On Saturday, 27 May 2023, at Grand West Casino and Entertainment World, new and old... Continue Reading →

Siphokazi Jonas poem included in Google Arts and Culture World Poetry Day project Google Arts and Culture launches its first interactive poetry project for World Poetry Day 2023. Visitors to the site are invited to experience significant poets in history and contemporary voices around the world. They are also inspired to write their own work using exciting technologies.  Siphokazi Jonas, whose poem, A PLACE OF MANY NAMES,... Continue Reading →

Reflections in pictures, a packed Jonathan Butler masterclass with Cameron Ward

Reflections in pictures with Full house Jonathan Butler masterclass, hosted by Jazzathon and Music Exchange, and  DCAS W Cape with co-host Cameron Ward. JB spoke about Tone and finding your voice. Andy Hoyle remarked post the talk: Hi Mart, many thanks again for a wonderful afternoon…clearly a resounding success leaving everyone inspired and invigorated. Thank you.

Songbird Cailyn Shelby Releases New Pop Gem ‘Best Mistake’

Wonderful to see 21 year old Cailyn Shelby, who has attended Music Exchange growing in leaps and bounds and she is processing her thoughts and emotions through songwriting. After the success of her debut single ‘My Four Friends’, Cailyn premieres ‘Best Mistake’ as she opens up about accidentally stepping out of the friend zone and... Continue Reading →


Former lead singer of The Rockets, Theo Watt, will be joining the group for their final appearance on 11 March at the Young Gardens Rugby Football Club’s Back to our Roots Music Festival. The Paarl club is 75 years old and the concert, at the Amphitheatre on Paarl Mountain, is the kick-off to their anniversary... Continue Reading →

Open Letter To The Next Generation Of Artists – by Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter

To the Next Generation of Artists, We find ourselves in turbulent and unpredictable times. From the horror at the Bataclan to the upheaval in Syria and the senseless bloodshed in San Bernardino, we live in a time of great confusion and pain. As an artist, creator and dreamer of this world, we ask you not... Continue Reading →

Podcasting the Barrier to Entry

Article By Spike Ballantine  Spike Ballantine Podcasting the Barrier to Entry The global growth in podcasting has meant that brands and advertisers are reaping the rewards of the medium’s proven benefits: content that genuinely connects with its audience, and delivers high engagement and positive brand recall in the process. Unsurprisingly, South African brands are... Continue Reading →

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