Getting Out of the Vinyl Groove
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The article reflects on music in South Africa and the need for musicians and bands to explore their own sounds in a venue with an audience which appreciates new sounds rather than merely following the mainstream trends. The article uses quotes from David Marks and mentions current projects such as the show "Roots and Shoots" as well as his perception and hopes for South Africa's music scene.