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Alan! druk die knoppies

Alan! Let’s move on is die Jakarandastad se nuutste elektroniese indie/pop musiekgroep om aandag te trek en musiekkenners hulle ore te laat spits. Dié groep bestaan uit broers Louis Knoetze (sang en baskitaar) en Daniel Knoetze (sang en kitaar), saam met Louwrens Ferreira (“ek druk die knoppies”: elektroniese klanke) en Erje Smith (tromspeler).

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Oppikoppi 101: Learn the basics

The Oppikoppi Festival 2010 is once again drawing near and in anticipation, Perdeby has compiled an Oppikoppi survival guide for the Koppi virgins...

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Halfjaarkalenderdag: Party until the sun comes up

Sonop’s annual music festival, Halfjaarkalendardag, took place on 21 July, and once again did not disappoint.

The doors officially opened at midday, and by the time the first band began their set at about 16:30, there were many who had clearly been making the most of the student-friendly booze prices. However, the real party began as the sun went down, with crowds of students flocking in after a day of classes.

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Nog 'n nagmerrie uit Elmstraat

Hollywood hou van remakes. Die klassieke Amerikaanse riller A Nightmare on Elm Street is alweer terug. Volgens IMDB.com het ons gunsteling kinder-reeksmoordenaar Freddy Krueger vir die eerste keer in 1984 by jongmense begin spook. In die volgende dekade het Freddy in nog ses flieks en ‘n televisiereeks drome aan skerwe gelaat. In 2003 het hy weer sy verskyning gemaak. Die geskende skurk het met Jason Vorhees van die Friday the 13th-reeks in Freddy vs. Jason afgereken. Of het hy? Die dubbelsinnige einde los die gehoor onseker en die agterdeur oop vir nog ‘n opvolg.

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Close but no cigar for The Inklings?

Infidelity, backstabbing and disloyalty were the order of the day in the Lier theatre on Main campus from early this month. Campus society The Inklings’ dramatic face was on show through different interpretations of Harold Pinter’s play Betrayal. Betrayal, told in reverse chronological order, takes place in the 70s and follows Robert (Georg Nöffke), his wife Emma (Michelle Joubert) and his “oldest friend” Jerry (Rick de Villiers).

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