Black Era – Ooh La La
MK has released a new Black Era music video for their song Ooh La La (which was released on their debut album Feel Good). Black Era have been around since 2006 and hail from Gauteng. The members of the band are Karlo de Villiers (on lead vocals and guitar), Rudolph Botha (on lead guitar), Elmi Botha (on bass guitar) and Adriaan Cruywagen (on drums). Black Era have played more than 200 shows since the burst onto the scene.
They have a few gigs lined up in the near future. Black Era will play at Rock Bottom in Clarens on the 29th of January, at Pablo’s in Potchefstroom on the 5th of February, at Tings ‘n Times in Hatfield, Pretoria on the 17th of February and at again at Rock Bottom in Clarens on the 5th of March. I watched their performance at Krazee 4 Kripples (near Hartebeespoort) in November 2010. I was truly impressed. Get your butt down to one of their gigs and support South African music.
What do you think of this song and video? Do you think my taste in music sucks, or not? Feel free to comment on this post and let the readers of Running Wolf’s Rant know what you think. Feedback is appreciated and welcome. The previous Black Era song that was featured on Running Wolf’s Rant was Terugveg Tweegeveg (a song that was done in collaboration with Straatligkinders front man Bouwer Bosch), one of the best songs from 2010 (in my opinion). The last song that was featured on the blog was The Cave by Mumford and Sons, feel free to check it out. Also feel free to check out the other posts in the Music category as well. This category as well as the Movies, Technology, Sport, Facts, Events, Blog Info, Gaming, Humor and Opinion categories are updated regularly here. You might also want to check out the daily updated Babes and Photography categories too. You are bound to find something that interests you.
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