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Dene Theron : 1000 Cups of Tea Dbi Young : 333 JamMecca : Alive Gito Baloi : Beyond Meri Kenaz : Branches Derek Gripper - Cassette Locale : Cassette Locale: After Masanobu Fukuoka The Lancaster Band : comic strip heroes The Lancaster Band : Comic Strip Heroes re-worked+ Gary Thomas - Mastering Project : Contraption Distoria - Mastering Retro Dizzy : Creatures of the Black Desert Meri Kenaz : Deeper Pierre Opperman : Diary DJ Mzakes : E Knysna Volume 1 The Lancaster Band : Eden Sessions Steve Newman : flavour Guy Buttery : Fox Hill Lane Tristan Waterkeyn : Hay Day Nate Maingard : Home Simba Saini - Mastering Project : Huruyadzo Nibs van der Spuy and Guy Buttery : In The Shade Of The Wild Fig Wendy Oldfield : In The Womb David Kantey : LifeTides Guy Buttery : Live in KwaZulu Brian Finch : Living for Yesterday The Sound of Wood : Made By The Forest Meri Kenaz : Meri Kenaz Nibs van der Spuy : Morning Star Dan Patlansky : Move My Soul - Next Music Dan Patlansky : Move My Soul - Peace of Eden Derek Gripper - One Night on Earth : One Night On Earth Cal Motto-Ros - Out of Town : Out of Town Pierre Opperman : Pierre Opperman Rudolph de Wet : Plat Aarde John Ellis : Protest Songs Welland Cowley : Quarter to Eleven Andrew James and the Steady Tiger : Red in Tooth and Claw Jeremy Crutchley : Release John Ellis : Rural silapha : Silapha Wendy Oldfield : Singalong Kidz Wendy Oldfield : Supernova Sunday Punchers - mastering project : Tales from the South Shore Madzishe : Tangai Mafunga - Mastering Campervan Collective - Mastering Project : The Campervan Collective Wendy Oldfield : The Collection Brent Kozak : The Rice Paddy Tour Derek Gripper : The Sound of Water Guy Buttery : To Disappear in Place Offshore : too many names Southern Anomaly - Mastering Project : Tumbling Times Sarab Deva : Uplifting Mantras for You Home Grown Music : Vol. ONE Home Grown Music : Vol. TWO Vuvu : Vuvu - Get up and go Dan Patlansky : Wooden Thoughts Red Tape Riot : work in progress Rudolph de Wet : X13 Retro Dizzy : Youth is like a Loaded Gun

Every minute of every hour, every tickle of the wind, a greeting from a stranger, or merely watching people from afar can impact my creativity when it comes to songwriting. Whether the vibe is good or bad I do my best to construct a song in a way which shows the positive side of any experience; what I choose to take away from it all. Don’t get me wrong, I do have some heavier songs, but I choose to leave these in the song book. I find most of my inspiration from daily life; I am especially inspired by nature. It can take me anything between 15 minutes to 2 months to complete a song.

I have been a rock ‘n roller from an early age; Led Zeppelin, The Doors, and Jimi Hendrix are definitely my go-to bands. In my teens I came across the blues which opened a whole new world of music for me. As time went on, I stumbled upon folk music. I couldn't get enough of Jim Croce, Neil Young, and Bob Dylan. Luckily for me, acoustic guitars and surfboards make a good combination.

For me, there is a strong connection between music and nature. The feeling I get from being in the water, finding a new song, or performing live is a very similar feeling. I can’t accurately describe … — Read more »

— Out of Town
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Play  »  Fade Away
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Play  »  Light it up
Play  »  Let it Shine
Play  »  Rollin'
Play  »  What You Need
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Play  »  For You
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