Cape Town-based band improvisation jazz group formed in 1996. Brydon Bolton (double bass), Ross Campbell (drums) and Alex Bozas (guitar).
Have released the albums Sputnik (1998), Digital Inability (2001), Sui (2003), Black Southeaster (2010), Bush Radio Live (2012), Adrift (2014) and Are You Awake? (2020).
Formed in Durban in 1987 with Kevin van Staden (vocals), Gary Turner (guitar), Lars Lofstrand (bass), Sean Schulze (keyboards) and Ross Campbell (drums). Geoff Wybrow replaced Campbell on drums.
Released their debut single “Slow Rain” and album This Day in 1989.
Their second album, Greed, followed in 1990. They broke up in 1991.
Kevin van Staden died in a car accident in 1995.
Durban-based group who formed in 1994: Chris Letcher (guitar, keyboard, vocals), Brendan Jury (viola, keyboard, vocals), Simon Pontin (bass) and Ian Jefferys (drums). This line-up released the cassette-only album Live at Jam&Sons (1994).
In 1995 Didier Nobilla replaced Pontin on bass and Ross Campbell replaced Jefferys on drums. The new line up released the albums Sea Level (1995) and Tightroper (1996).
Their most popular song was their first single, “Sea Level” (1995).
They broke up in 1998.