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Kabaal (klankbaan)

Kabaal (klankbaan)

Kabaal (klankbaan)


Kabaal (klankbaan) is a Pretoria-based folk-rock project. “It’s not a stage name,” says Floris Groenewald, the man behind the music, “but a band, of which I’m the only permanent member for the time being.” They play acoustic folk-rock, which varies from folk-pop songs, Afrikaans love songs, dark, dystopian landscapes, and covers and translations of Eels, Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly and Desmond and the Tutus tunes. Most live performances consist of one guy with an acoustic guitar and harmonica Read more on Last.fm
Kabaal (klankbaan) is a Pretoria-based folk-rock project. “It’s not a stage name,” says Floris Groenewald, the man behind the music, “but a band, of which I’m the only permanent member for the time being.” They play acoustic folk-rock, which varies from folk-pop songs, Afrikaans love songs, dark, dystopian landscapes, and covers and translations of Eels, Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly and Desmond and the Tutus tunes. Most live performances consist of one guy with an acoustic guitar and harmonica, rocking and rolling and folking in an attempt to ignore genre limitations. His next show might be Afrikaans, English, bilingual, folky, rocky, accompanied or solo – even Floris doesn’t know what’s coming next. Kabaal (klankbaan) has released a debut album, Dit wat oorgebly het, in October 2012, closely followed by a standalone, free download single, This town is for lovers, in November 2012. Most recently, they launched a new single, Player two (featuring Gad de Combes), on 25 October 2013, which is available as a free download, or as a pay-what-you-want package including an extra track. http://www.facebook.com/kabaalband Read more on Last.fm.

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