Angie Peach

Real name Angie Hazimarcu. After Peach broke up she went solo, releasing the song “The spell” in 1982. It met with limited success on South African radio.

She contributed vocals to Via Afrika’s song ‘Caprivi Strip” (1984). She also did some collaborative work with Robbie Robb in a band called Angie and the Affections and appeared on SABC performing a song called “Do you”.

In 1984 they released a single “That boy” which failed to make an impression. She released the song “I come undone’ on the 4 for Africa EP in 1985 (along with Tribe After Tribe, Via Afrika and Ella Mental).

In the mid-1980s she left South Africa, hoping to work on solo album in Australia. However, her planned album did not get off the ground but she carried on performing with others. She became the backing vocalist for Savage Garden.

Tribe After Tribe

Formed in Johannesburg in 1984. After the break-up of the Asylum Kids, Robbie Robb (guitar, vocals) formed Boys Next with Fuzzy Marcus (bass), Neils Jensen (keyboards), Bruce Williams (drums).

Williams changed to keyboards when Clive Dickenson came in on drums.

They released the single ‘Between the sky and the stone’ in 1984. In 1985 they changed their name to Tribe After Tribe and released the Bob Dylan cover ‘As I Went Out One Morning (Damsel)’ as a single and the album Power.

Robbie Robb relocated to the USA soon after and a second album – Tribe After Tribe – was released in 1991.

The 1991 release saw a substantial change in the band’s line-up. Joining Robbie Robb were Robby Whitelaw (bass guitar, bass synth, vocals), PK (drums, percussion) and Barry C. Schneider (techno primal drums). Four further albums were released over the following 16 years.