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Endless Daze Festival presents: Kalahari Surfers

Formed in 1982, the Kalahari Surfers was essentially a string of studio projects realised by Warrick Sony at Shifty Studios during the 80’s. These involved various personnel from that environment whose names were altered or simply reduced to first names to safeguard against security persecution. The band itself was a fictional collective designed to dodge […]

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Endless Daze Festival presents: Medicine Boy

Drawn to the fine line between the calm & chaotic – inhabited by the likes of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Spiritualized – Lucy Kruger & Andre Leo have conjured a sound from deep within the reverb tank, where lonesome lullabies and screeching strings find comfort in one another. Since the band’s live […]

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Endless Daze Fest Warm-Up Party

With Endless Daze Festival approaching fast, we could barely keep our excitement in, so we’ve decided to throw a ‘warm-up’ party! Canyon Spree will be joining us all the way from Berlin, Germany and together with Jett Screams, Black Lung and The Lost Souls, they are sure to get you in the mood for our […]

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Endless Daze Fest presents: The KVB (UK)

The KVB is a band Psych night have been following for some time. We are absolutely thrilled to have them on the line-up for the debut of Endless Daze Festival. Having begun life as a bedroom project for then Southampton-based Nicholas Wood to experiment with ideas around minimal electronica and shoegaze, The KVB has grown […]

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Endless Daze Festival presents: Bye Beneco

We excited to have Bye Beneco playing Endless Daze 2016! They’re a band we’ve followed with fondness for a long time and they’ll be no strangers to  Psych Night regulars having opened for the Allah Las in Johannesburg in 2015 and recently played two shows in Cape Town, at Mercury and at Bohemia in Stellenbosch. […]

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Endless Daze Festival presents: BCUC

“Music is seldom so inspiring and straight from the heart” – Into The Great Wide Open Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness (BCUC) moves the audience – both physically and emotionally with an explosion of passion, funk and rhythm. With their music, straight from the ancestors BCUC wants to question the common worldview on modern Africa. The […]

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Endless Daze Festival presents: Dangerfields

Dangerfields burst onto the scene in early 2016 with a handful of acclaimed live performances, shortly followed by an EP entitled Embers that has been called a “post-punk masterpiece” and “a wonderfully chaotic tapestry of sound”. As a four-piece post-punk/shoegaze band, Dangerfields have crafted an original sound with an atmosphere that is as energetic as […]

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Endless Daze Festival presents: Bilderberg Motel

Bilderberg Motel first came about as a meeting of minds and a shared passion for 60’s music and psychedelic rock ‘n roll, but soon morphed into something a little further with each additional member bringing something new to the party. The end result of this somewhat complicated recipe, a continually evolving and varied mix of […]

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Endless Daze Festival presents: The Moths

The Moths are something of a rare beast in the Johannesburg underground scene, able to play with anyone while supplying any crowd with an irrepressible desire to get down and have a good time. Since 2011, the instrumental three-­piece has slowly been carving a name out for themselves with energetic and dynamic performances, be it […]

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Endless Daze Festival presents: Black Math

Black Math is a three piece band from Durban, South Africa. The band consists of Tyla Burnett-Bass – Guitar, Cameron Lofstrand – Guitar/Vocals and Acacia Van Wyk – Drums. They are just three friends who went to school together and share a deep love for music. Black Math formed in 2010, and have been evolving […]

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