"Where's My Shoes" is the 4th single from Mr Cat & The Jackal's latest album, Sins & Siren Songs. "We've always wanted to make a performance video...but a real performance video. We got our friends together and rehearsed a little stage production for the song. All the sound is recorded live.", says Mr. Cat & The Jackal's vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Gertjie Besselsen.
Fetish return in 2012 with their new album Little Heart which is released on Just Music at the end of September. Little Heart is their first studio album since 1999's So Many Prophets.
Here's a little teaser for the new album shot over the 12 days at Digital Forest studio, Cape Town, March/April 2012.
Today RollingStone.co.za premieres the Black Keys' new video for "Little Black Submarines." It finds the band shredding at the tiny Nashville rock joint Springwater Supper Club. A former speakeasy, the Supper Club over the years has hosted country legends such as Willie Nelson and Townes Van Zandt. It was also the first Music City venue to obtain a liquor license, guitarist and Nashville resident Dan Auerbach tells Rolling Stone. "It's a really cool building," he says. "It's been there forever. It's got a lot of history. It's one of three or four different little small dive bars in town. It's special because it's so old."
The second episode of Rolling Stone's The Story featured a living legend of Cape Town - Doctor John. Known for his charismatic fronting of bands like Blues Broers and Boulevard Blues bands, the Doc is widely regarded as the grand uncle of the Western Cape blues scene.
The hour-long, in-depth and very personal interview was filmed for Rolling Stone SA, and included an intimate short musical performance, where the Doc was accompanied by Boulevard Blues mates Richard Pryor and Rob Stemmet. "Big Boss Man" was originally recorded by Jimmy Reed in the 60s.