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Cape Zeebra single revived - Ribeiro/Sepel

The late Louis Ribeiro and Brian Sepel wrote some powerful rock songs in their time together in the 1980s. Sadly they are no longer with us. (c) Songwrights Publishers Taken from their album they made as part of the band Zeebra, we now offer the single version of Wake the Day. The song produced by Jerry Barnard in Cape Town features Louis on vocals, Brian on keyboards, Jonathan Butler on guitar and Gary Horne on saxophone. The track, which was not a single until now, is edited from restored tapes stored in the Mountain Records archive. It will be available on the 25th February 2022. For reasons of possible copyright infringement we are obliged to re-name the band Cape Zeebra. Links to music - Video - Mountain Records

McCully/Mackay announce new single - Flowers in the Dirt

Following the release of their debut album, 2020's The Unicorns Are Screaming, Cape Town prog-rock duo McCully/Mackay are proud to announce their new single Flowers in the Dirt With this latest release, veteran musicians and long-time collaborators Tully McCully and Gordon Mackay continue to explore and develop their sound. The 70s/80s progressive influences that coloured their debut album are less pronounced, but while  Flowers  expands into more commercial territory it still retains what have become the hallmarks of the duo’s work: a high level of musicality, analogue instruments and sounds, intricate sonic layering and contemplative lyrics focusing on humanity and our place in the world. McCully/Mackay or Photos (c) Laura McCullagh & Laverne Mackay “I was walking on Blouberg Beach” says Tully, “and was shocked at how much plastic and rubbish there was everywhere. Then I saw these flowers, just growing there in the middle of it all. They didn’t care that they were surrounded