Sleaze’s own Fluffer Bureau of Investigation headed to Mercury in search of local talent.
Cape Town Mayor is a little quick of the Mark when he brings down the Athlone Cooling Towers leaving many Capetonians unsatisfied
SA house DJ Tobie Allen is making serious sonic waves in the UK club scene, fresh back from Ibiza and Snowbombing his Bootleg Social night has gone truly international.
The Cheese goesto the Dark side!
Farewell to to the Athlone towers a landmark of our age, guiding tired clubbers home for generations
Danny K and the plastic pop posse’s anti crime singalong “Shout” misses the target and is shouting blanks. Not to mention ruining some pretty wicked School Disco memories!
Julius Malema gets down and dirty with his BBC Agent “Revolutionary House” mix that is the must play track wherever the Moet and Jonny Walker Black Label crowd gather to spend their tender cash. What ya waiting for - kill it while it is hot.
Max Sleaze checks out the new Cape Town Stadium, gets the full body search, hob-nobs with The South African soccer elite, talks to a lift and scores a free lunch!
The Cheese in Wonderland posse make the Sunday Papers with songs of lovin’ not killing, another reason to vote Cheese party, the real groove “agents”.
Lip Sync Became Disco Lemonade at Kink Cape Town same ingredients, same crew and same dynamite dancefloor reaction!
Max Sleaze takes the path through Beat, Gonzo and Blake into the heart of the night