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Fri Jun 23, 08:00 - Sun Jun 25, 02:00



An evening with a variety of South African music. Performances by Black Math (Alt Rock), Kujenga (Jazz), and FRNGE (Electronic).


Finding comfort within discomfort, FRNGE aims to spread the word of the distortion through his music. With a sound that is as emotionally ambient as it is noisy, FRNGE consolidates clashing, danceable sounds into a modern form of electronica. This is only the start for the word of the distortion.


Kujenga is an afrojazz band based in Cape Town, South Africa. The word kujenga – meaning “build” or “create” in KiSwahili - symbolises the band’s belief in their calling as musicians; to build and create meaningful experiences with every single listener. The band consists of a four piece rhythm section featuring Owethu Ndwandwe on lead vocals and keys, twin brother Zwide Ndwandwe on bass, Thane Smith on electric guitar and Skhumbuzo Qamata on drums. The larger ensemble includes Bonga Mosola on trumpet, Matthew Rightford on tenor sax and Tamzyn Freeks on trombone. Kujenga released their debut album Nationality in 2019 and are currently working towards the release of their second full length studio album.

Black Math

Black Math is a three-piece band originally from Durban, South Africa. The band consists of Tyla Burnett - Bass Guitar, Cameron Lofstrand - Guitar/Vocals and Acacia Van Wyk - Drums. Forming in 2010, they were friends in high school who shared a deep love for music. Over the years, they made a name for themselves in the South African music scene and have grown into the power trio they are today. The music is raw, unforgiving and will hit you when you least expect it. They have developed their own sound that draws from genres like doom, noise rock, garage, psychedelic rock, punk and metal. Their live shows are intense, visceral and intimate.


8pm: Doors open

9pm: FRNGE

10pm: Kujenga

11pm: Black Math

12am: Heat Deth

Venue: EVOL

Date: 23 JUNE 2023


69 Hope St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001
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