With the sun in full effect, the final day of Osheaga was an uninterrupted blast, featuring artists of all genres and sizes, bringing the…Read More
Die Antwoord (Pronounced: Dee Ahnt-Voord, Afrikaans: “The Answer”) is a South African rap-rave band formed in Cape Town in 2008. Fronted by vocalists Ninja and Yolandi Visser, their music is produced by DJ Hi-Tek. Their image draws from the zef counterculture movement and the works of Roger Ballen.
Die Antwoord released their first album, $O$, online for free, and attracted international attention for their music video to “Enter the Ninja”. After briefly signing with Interscope Records, they founded their own label in 2011, Zef Recordz, through which they released their second album, Ten$Ion.
Bumbershoot is one of Seattle’s largest arts festivals. Each year, thousands of people from across the country flock to Seattle to attend the festival,…Read More
Die Antwoord’s newest album, Mount Ninji And Da Nice Time Kid on 2 disc vinyl, gatefold packaging with all new and original artwork by…Read More
The release of Die Antwoord’s forthcoming Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid LP on September 16th is fast approaching and the duo have…Read More
Die Antwoord, have premiered their new video “Banana Brain” from their forthcoming full-length release Mount Ninji And Da Nice Time Kid, due for release…Read More
Die Antwoord have announced their new album Mount Ninji And Da Nice Time Kid. The album comes out on September 16th, and features The…Read More
South Africa’s unapologetically ZEF duo Die Antwoord have announced their ‘Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid Tour’ beginning on September 21st in San…Read More
A NOTE FROM NINJA ON SUCK ON THIS Hi my name is NINJA. I’m from South Africa. I rap in a band called DIE…Read More
Die Antwoord release “Bum Bum” ft: God. The guys are sharing a track every Day until the release of their new mixtape Suck On…Read More
Die Antwoord just dropped their first song in two years titled “Dazed and Confused” (produced by GOD) off the upcoming “Suck On This” mixtape…Read More
Who needs all the bells and whistles of a huge weekend, multi-day festival when tickets for a mid-summer day out started at $25? Despite…Read More
Embrace hosted their annual Time Festival at the historic Fort York Garrison Commons. The event was definitely a eclectic mix of musical talent, with…Read More