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l Live – The Venue, 166 Matthew Meyiwa (Stamford Hill) Rd, Morningside, hosts Rock Buddies, a concert in aid of operation Bobbi Bear. Features Light in Cages, Nic Billington, Astronomy, Rise, Fools of Fate and Avade. 8pm. R50. Call 084 510 3107.
l The Origin, 9 Clark Rd, Lower Glenwood, presents Blackout featuring Darrin Sauerman, Tyronne Scott, Sam Boylan, Andrew Eastes, Eddy Virgo and more. 8pm. R130. Call 083 775 3300.
l BAT Centre, 45 Maritime Place, Small Craft Harbour, Victoria Embankment, presents Asleep In Transit’s Kaleidoscope EP launch with Shortstraw and the Anti Retro Vinyls. 8pm. R50 at door. Call 031 332 0451. Visit www.facebook.com/ events/ 381567565267415/?ref=ts&fref=ts
l Amsterdam Bar & Grill, 143 Davenport Rd, Glenwood, presents Return of the Hooligan playing dirty party music. 8pm. Free. Call 031 811 5449.
l Sasha, 18 Harvey Rd, Stamford Hill, presents Dark Nite Rises with Anthea, The Suits and Funky G. 9pm. Call 031 312 9443.
l Rocca Bar, 7 Cobham Grove, Morningside, presents Lucky Number 7 with Uncle Paul, Android Lime, Rudi Kruger, DJ Funksta and more. 9pm. R50. E-mail [email protected]
l Aroma, cnr Cowey and Marriott rds, Morningside, hosts Murphy. 6pm. Free. Safe parking. Call 031 309 6046.
l Karaoke at the Horse ‘n’ Hound, Northway Rd, Durban North, with DJ Tony. 8pm. Free. Call 031 564 5827.
l Krakatoa, Sibaya Casino, 1 Sibaya Drive, uMhlanga Rocks, presents The Durban Knights Ladies’ Night featuring East Coast Radio’s Damon Beard, Cameron Claasens and Deon Govender on the decks with Chunky Charles and a live performance by singer Mario Ogle. Complimentary welcome drinks for ladies. Doors open at 7pm, party at 10pm. R60 ladies. No under-18s allowed. Call 031 309 1371.
l Live – The Venue, 166 Matthew Meyiwa (Stamford Hill) Rd, Morningside, presents Spoek Mthambo supported by Zaki Ibrahim and Gnucci. 8pm. R60. Call 084 510 3107.
l Crush, 25 Sandra Rd, Ballito, presents 4U Rage Ballito: Vin Groovin with Graeme and Justin Miller. 8pm. R180 to R220 at Computicket. Call 032 946 3764
l Howard College UKZN, King George V Ave, Glenwood, presents Journeying On, a contemporary gospel music show that features the music and arrangements of Sihle Zungu performed by Thandiwe CweCwe Mazibuko. 8pm. R120 at Computicket. Call 031 260 2377.
l Durban International Convention Centre, 45 Bram Fischer Rd, presents the 25th final of the Old Mutual National Choir Festival featuring 10 provincial champions of standard category choirs, the defending champion and more. 9.30am and tomorrow at 9am. R100 to R350 at Computicket. Call 031 360 1000.
l Lacoste Lounge, E1137 Ntombela Rd, KwaMashu, presents Rich Forever, for good house vs hip hop. 9pm. R150 to R1 000 at Computicket. Call 031 707 3683.
l The Origin, 9 Clark Rd, Lower Glenwood, presents Let’s Play featuring Ryan Dent, Funky B, Amigo, Gee Bee and more. 8pm. R60 before 10pm, R80 thereafter. Call 083 775 3300.
l BAT Centre, 45 Maritime Place, Small Craft Harbour, Victoria Embankment, hosts female jazz band Heels over Head as they invite Abdus, Skye Wanda, Tumelo Khoza and more on stage. 2pm. R50. Call 031 332 0451.
l The Red Door, 5 Quarry Rd (off Victoria), Pietermaritzburg, presents A Very Metal Sunday with Desolation, Divine Affliction Boargazm and Shajol. 4pm.R80. Call 033 344 2643.
l Aroma, cnr of Cowey and Marriott roads, Morningside, presents Murphy. 2pm. Free. Safe parking. Call 031 309 6046.
l The Twisted Lemon, Westville Country Club, 1 Link Rd, hosts Tony Rezac on sax, keys and vocals and Anton Blazeby on violin, playing blues, ballads, and jazz. Noon to 4pm. Call Tony on 082 541 2854.
l Horse ‘n’ Hound, Northway Rd, Durban North, hosts one-man band Robbie Dalton. 7pm. Free. Call 031 564 5827. Also Thursday.
l The Oyster Box, The Oyster Bar, 2 Lighthouse Rd, uMhlanga, presents Wallace Nock on guitar, keys, drums, saxophones and vocals. 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Call 031 514 5000.
l Green Door Pub, 88 Blake (off Umbilo) Rd, Umbilo, presents South American progressive death metal band Shajol with supporting acts Iraqi Death Police and Stellawood Decapitation. R80 at the door. Call 083 537 8996.
l Jazz with Lola and friends at Club Casa Nostra, 170 Florida Rd, Morningside. 7pm. Bookings: 031 312 6434.
l Oscar’s Café, 41-45 Mackeurtan Ave, Durban North, presents Mais Que Nada! 7pm. Free. Call 031 563 3703.
l Horse ‘n’ Hound, Northway Rd, Durban North, hosts Steve Fataar. 7pm. Call Steve or Tyrone at 083 474 5689.
l At Burn Nightclub, 16 Walls Ave, Stamford Hill, it’s student night with DJ Harry “Boy Wonder” Allan on the decks. 8pm. R20, students free before 10pm.
l E-mail valencia.govindasamy@ inl.co.za; subject: gig guide, by 9am on Wednesday.
GIG OF THE WEEK:
Steve Aoki SA tour
Gateway Wavehouse (today)
THE long-awaited DJ line-up has been announced as Olmeca presents the Steve Aoki SA Tour featuring Nicky Romero.
Durban is going to rock as US electro house musician, record producer and the founder of Dim Mak records, Aoki, plays at the Wavehouse today.
Aoki has worked with Armand van Helden (Brrrat), Afrojack (No Beef), Laid Back Luke and Lil Jon (Turbulence), Tiësto (Tornado), LMFAO, Nervo (Livin my Love) |and more.
His awards include Best DJ of the Year in 2007 (Paper magazine), Best Set of the Season in 2007 (Ibiza Awards), Best Party Rocker DJ in 2007 by BPM magazine and Best Mix Album of the Year in 2008 by Billboard.
Known for his crazy antics (he includes a canoe in his contract rider – for crowd surfing) and live performance, Aoki offers up a head-banging, foot-stomping, high-energy set. His album Wonderland was released in January and features LMFAO, Kid Cudi, Travis Barker, Will.I.AM, aka Zuper Blahq, Wynter Gordon, Rivers Cuomo, Lil Jon, Chiddy Bang, Lovefoxxx of CSS, Big John, former guitarist of the punk band The Exploited, and others.
Arguably, no other producer has done more to raise the inter-national profile of Los Angeles in underground electronic music circles than Aoki.
He broke bands such as Bloc Party, The Bloody Beetroots, Klaxons and The Gossip through deftly marketed releases on his Dim Mak label, which he began in 1996. – Tonight Reporter