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A 30 track Deezer playlist that will improve your week


I have to admit that I’ve been pretty active on Deezer lately, but instead of just keeping my playlists to myself I thought that it would be a great idea to share them with you, so I’ll be doing so now and then from this day forward.

Today’s playlist features music from the new Wolfmother album, sensational South African rock act the Hellcats, Cape Town rockers Dead Lucky, South African alternative rockers BEAST, US Metalcore acts Periphery and Norma Jean (who are playing in SA in September at Krank’d Up festival), August Burns Red (who are playing at Oppikoppi this year), South African guitar maestro Riaan Nieuwenhuis, Eagles of Death Metal, Queens of the Stone Age, Classic Rockers MC5, The Stooges, The Romantics, The Bangles, INXS, Foreigner, Tom Petty, Sheryl Crow, Third Eye Blind, Sugar Ray, Bellville rockers Van Coke Kartel, Iron Maiden (who played amazing shows in Cape Town and Johannesburg last week), Springbok Nude Girls (who blew everyone away at Park Acoustics on Sunday), The Narrow, Taxi Violence, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Deftones (who released a new album recently), Rage Against The Machine (who everyone was hoping was getting back together last week) and Motörhead.

Crank it up loud if you want improve your week!

What are your thoughts about this playlist? Feedback is appreciated and welcome here, so feel free to leave a comment.


If you don’t have a Deezer account, get one NOW! It costs only R59.99 a month and you can stream over 25 million tracks. You can also download these tracks on your tablet / smart phone and play them via Deezer App.

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