Macufe Theatre proved just how brilliant local talent is, and how foolish we are for neglecting it, writes Thato Rossouw.
Amanda Black, Lira and Thandiswa Mazwai were among the highly-charged acts at Macufe Divas Concert, reports Teboho Mpholo
Tshepe vs Trap brought joy to those who came for artists, and confusion to those who came for hip hop, writes Thato Rossouw
Ace Moloi re-imagines his conversation with CUT FM presenter Portia Sebothelo during #MacufeGospel
ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reviews Prince KayBee’s new album I AM MUSIC.
With #RCTM Naycha and Prime Eezy show us why they are way out of reach in the Mangaung hip hop scene, writes Thandeka Diphoko.
Although Thandi Vellem has a decorated CV of violation and trauma in the hands of men, she uses her writing to call for gender reconciliation, writes Teboho Mpholo, ART STATE News Editor.
The muffled sound of a late sound-check sounded like a depressing song for a despondent scene in a low budget movie in which audience members were made to stand outside, while organisers busied themselves with things they should have busied themselves with days earlier, writes ART STATE Senior Writer Thato Rossouw in review of OddZ’s Lights Out show.
In the stead of judging poetry, it seems the judges are hell-bent on creating controversy and drama, writes ART STATE publisher Mpho Matsitle.