Rocking The Daisies – moerse party in die Kaap die naweek

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So nou en dan moet mens jou eie fokken langnaweek opmaak as die werk jou heavy krappe gee sodat jy kan relax of uithaak en dis presies wat ons die naweek gaan doen. Ons gaan so bietjie bands kyk by Rocking The Daisies in die Kaap. As ons nie te veel fles vat nie, sal ons vir julle so paar fotos en videos neem.

Vir meer info oor die festival gaan na http://www.rockingthedaisies.com/ toe.

In die meantime kan jy solank na die festival map kyk as jy reeds beplan om te gaan of die main stage se acts uitcheck hieronder. Dit gaan een groot fokken party wees.

festival map


MAIN STAGE FESTIVAL LINE-UP

FRIDAY

THE ARROWS – 17:00
Two girls walk into a rehearsal room armed with nothing but a drum, a keyboard and a handbag full of devastatingly honest melodies… Enter the beat-riddled brilliance of The Arrows!

KWESTA – 18:00
Seriously cool rapper Kwesta is set to bring down the igloo with insane beats and a wicked flow or rhymes.

FOTO NA DANS – 19:05
Where some bands make waves, FND makes tsunamis with their high-energy stage shows and unique sound.

RTD ALL STARS – 20:10
The return of Disco Dave brings you a 15-piece band extravaganza, with legendary S.A. songs performed as Motown.

GAZELLE – 21:30
Democratically-elected kings of cool, Gazelle brings you African music turned upside down. Groove to disco and electro synth-pop and, of course, an elaborate show fitting to the audience of a third-world dictator.

JACK PAROW – 22:50
The fresh prince of Bellville and surrounds is back with a cap that’s longer than yours and razor-sharp lyrics about all things zef.

MIX N BLEND BAND – 00:10
One of South Africa’s few supergroups. Fronted by the energetic EJ von Lyric and bringing you something that resembles reggae, funk, hip hop, dubstep, d&b, breaks, glitch hop and booty shaking goodness.

SATURDAY

THE BROTHER MOVES ON – 10:00
TBMO is a 7-piece artistic collaboration that incorporates visual and performance art elements into the live music scene.

THE RESCU – 11:00
Think thundering drums, towering bass amps and a wall of all-valve guitar stacks. Add to that dynamic vocals and you have a fine rock act to give the morning a shot in the pants.

PEACHY KEEN – 12:00
Their music is from a time when fuel was cheap and hot rods were compact cars. Peachy Keen will make you want to dance, even if you can’t walk.

ISCREAM STIX – 13:00
These fine musical innovators have seen quite a bit of action in their relatively short time together. From electro to rock and folk, they are one of the finest new additions to the music scene.

JEREMY LOOPS – 14:00
Though defining Jeremy Loops as a one-man folk band has become standard, it is only an adequate title and one that has stuck solely because of what he is; impossible to define.
 

YOAV – 15:05
Yoav’s natural wandering instinct informs the innovative side of his music. He is a cosmopolitan gentleman with only a map, suitcase and guitar for company.

BELLERUCHE (UK) – 16:10
With albums that are described as “a weird trawl through a dusty basement full of the best records you’ve ever heard”, you know you’re in for a good thing.

TUMI AND THE VOLUME – 17:15
With talent and sheer determination, Tumi and the Volume have forged a reputation for being one of the finest hip hop bands to come from the country.

AKING – 18:20
Fresh from touring their new album and with a renewed commitment to rocking as hard as they can, aKING brings all the riffs to the party.

PRIME CIRCLE – 19:45
This commercial rock band has seen its fare share of stages around the world. With a fresh SAMA award for Best Rock Band of 2011, you can be sure that they’ve arrived to do what they do best.

CIVIL TWILIGHT – 21:10
From Cape Town, South Africa to Nashville, Tennessee, Civil Twilight’s trip has already taken them a long way… And it’s only the beginning.

BAND OF SKULLS (UK) – 22:55
The headliners (no pun intended) of deliciously stripped-down rock and finesse. This band gives it horns and why hasn’t anybody thought of this name sooner?

LARK – 00:30
Operatic, theatrical, and downright awesome. It’s nice to have Lark back.

SUNDAY
 
HOT WATER – 10:00
It takes a special band to lure you from your sleeping bag smiling. Even if Hot Water were a pack of dingoes dragging babies out of tents, you’d still love them for it.

JOHN SAVAGE AND THE NOMADS – 11:00
What happens when two members of Cassette hook up with members of the Nomadic Orchestra? Delicious pop tunes reinterpreted as gypsy dance, that’s what. Check it out!

SHADOWCLUB – 12:00
The back-to-basics power trio is set to explode over the speakers with their fuss-free, rootsy blues rock. They are one of the bands set to support Kings of Leon later this year.

THE GRAEME WATKINS PROJECT – 13:05
GWP brings a rough approach to a medley of pop, indie, rock and electronic genres laced with a good dose of ADHD.  Look, a butterfly.

JUST JINGER – 14:10
South Africa’s most successful rock band ever is back from L.A. and brought in to usher the end of the festival with their anthemic stadium sound.

Deel met jou tjommies!

    griffinRocking The Daisies – moerse party in die Kaap die naweek

    Comments

    1. Allan Boesak

      Ek neem aan Mr Art M sal NIE die volkslied sing nie ….

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