Stop telling your friends to watch Zeitgeist and What the Bleep Do We Know.
|We asked Alkaline Trio and Funeral for a Friend Some Questions. To their FACES.|
We got invited to a press conference. These guys were there.
|Zombies on the Grass, Alas|
So on October 31, this past Halloween Sunday, Cape Town became infested with zombies. Well, cooler than that - people who had all pre-agreed and promised on the Internet to DRESS UP and PRETEND to be zombies and mingle in public. And stay in character.
|The Wild Eyes - Interviewed|
The Wild Eyes get down to some important questions about Zoo Biscuits
|Paul Blom - Interviewed|
We chat to the Queen Alien birthmother of the Horrorfest. Not that Paul is a queen. Or a mother.
|Faith No More Tribute Show - We Care Alot|
We pick at Artur Pereira’s brain about the gentle art of making tribute shows .
Hello peeps. Here we are asking some questions to Mr. Hatemonger himself, Bryan Viljoen. Firstly for those of you old enough to remember, I’d like to state that he has no affiliation to the former SADF general sharing the same surname (I think).
Fred pokes a spoon into the cranial cavity of a member of Swedish stoner rock slash doom metal (or not) band Witchcraft, and serves you a generous scooping.
|Mind Assault Interview|
After a long and tormenting drive along Baden Powel Drive, Alternative Eye’s two less than capable journalists - Ainz and Ant - went to visit Mind Assault at their Strand computer-shop / jam room for some beers, an interview and a private lap dance.
|Andy - a breath of fresh air|
People can say what they like, but the renaissance of Cape Town ’s alternative music scene would not have been possible without one bald headed, rug-sack bearing freak in particular: Andy Hawes of Parow. He’s 32; he lives with his parents; he has a game boy advanced; but make no mistake, he’s our very own William Wallace.