Texx and the City is a media cornerstone of South Africa's thriving music industry, and this podcast is an extension of that, plugging you into all the hottest music news, reviews and interviews, through insightful and stimulating conversations with the people who are on the ground making things happen, the people who are plugged into the culture.
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J'Something returns to talk to Texx about his plans for 2024, how he wants to help emerging artists build flourishing careers by using his new Sandton venue, Artistry, and why he leapt at the chance to be involved in Halfway Group's new campaign "On ... more
Texx chats to Zolani Mahola about her involvement in Halfway Group's new campaign "On Track To Better" ahead of her performance in Ottery, and catches up with folk singer Passenger about the 10th anniversary rerelease of his momentous album All The L... more
In the lead up to Johnnie Walker Rocking The Daisies, Texx picks her Top 10 acts that you should not miss at this year's festival in order of the days and time that they play. She also unpacks the festival app, Daisies partnership with Uber and what'... more
Absolutely love hearing all the finer details in the industry, it helped me appreciate my favorite artist and their work even more! more
There were so many moments that I enjoyed from this week’s episode. Great job as usual, Texx! But my favourite would have to be Shekhinah’s discussion about women in the music industry and the lack of female sound engineers. I relate heavily to this as I am a female engineer in the artificial intelligence and software industry. With music being my passion as well, I am elated to hear more about the great work Shekhinah is doing to promote positive representation and awareness in this space! Than... more
I thought it said Ted Talks all this time and today I put on my glasses and noticed it’s Texx 😂🤣 well good show
Text Talks is right down my alley, providing the real get-down on what’s happening in the minds of South Africa’s most interesting musicians. The level of personal level journalism takes me back to the days of Rolling Stone and NME magazines, but with the flavour of a scene that I know and love as a proud South African. more
Can't get enough of Texx Talks! YESSSS PLEASSEEE!
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Texx and the City launched 4 years ago and published 152 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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