Each year its gets bigger and better with all of SA’s hottest acts competing to get to Plett Rage for you.
This year is no different and with new talent exploding onto the scene we look forward to bringing you the hottest line-up Plett Rage has seen. Don’t let us be the only judges, this year we have let you be the judge with our Facebook Talent survey – check out the Facebook link to vote for who you think should be at this year’s Festival. Line up for 2013 in final stages of construction.
See Rage line up below for ideas of who will be rocking PLETT RAGE!!!
Madder than a hatter, nuttier than a box of chocolate, wilder than a typhoon… that’s 5FM’s Roger Goode. This ball of energy lights up 5FM on weeknights with the madcap Roger Goode Radio Show, a mix of great tunes and Roger’s pumped-up enthusiasm. Forget reality TV- this is reality radio and it’s like nothing you’ve ever...Read more
The secret is officially out. An electronic duo from the Southern-most tip of Africa have gone from one of Dance Music’s best kept secrets to an act tipped by industry tastemakers as the band to watch this year.
Their genre-defying mix of live instruments, House beats and searing live performances has seen Goldfish go from...Read more
As one of the top exports of the SA electronic dance scene, HAEZER has
established himself as a leader in the bass heavy electronic dance music genre
which has gained wide spread popularity in clubs around the world.Read more
Currently known as the “the man behind It Came From The Jungle” (BPM Mag), Niskerone was raised on the dusty streets of Mitchell’s Plain in the heart of the notorious Cape Flats.
Niskerone’s combination of wicked DJ skills and an extensive knowledge of the genre led him to host a radio show on UCT Radio for two years...Read more
It’s funny really, that a band with so much talent would be called Good Luck. Because it’s not really luck that’s got these three musos to where they are – igniting South African night skies with their jazzing beats- it’s more like a blend of serious sums of talent, plenty of groove and a helluva lot of passion.
Almost two...Read more
“This represents more than a band name … almost like a mythical place.”
The Heuwels Fantasties was formed in 2008 when both Hunter Kennedy and Pierre Greeff’s bands took a break . They have their own record company, Supra familias, simultaneously established.
Hunter is currently involved in Fokofpolisiekar and previously at...Read more
DJ Fresh has thirteen house albums under his belt. The Big Dawg has shared the DJ booth with a number of internationals, including “Little Louie” Vega, Frankie Knuckles, Armand Van Helden and Dominic Spreadlove, and played in Southport in 2000 and at the legendary Pacha in Ibiza in 2001. Earlier in 2002, Fresh was among a team of...Read more
Twenty-eight years ago, Zan der Tyler was born in Parow, Cape Town. Today he is known as Jack Parow, original donker dodgy afrikaans rapper. Contrary to popular belief, his wild-fire success did not happen overnight. Jack started out rapping with crews from the Cape Flats and has been at it for nine years
He studied to be a mechanic,...Read more
P.H.Fat are three maniacs who make Psychodelic-Bass-Rap that smacks hard enough to make you sweat mayonnaise. Their favourite colour is green and they sometimes play golf together.Read more
After a chance meeting in 2007, Pascal Ellinas and Dave Pearce began the long winding road that is now the stellar production and DJ duo of Pascal & Pearce.
Aside from being two of the nicest guys one could meet, these two talented friends have grown a symbiotic relationship with each other that translates into pure potency on the...Read more
Gareth Cliff, currently the Morning Drive Presenter on 5FM and MNet Idols judge, has become one of South African radio's most prominent personalities making a name for himself with his irreverent brand of humour, both as a radio DJ and television personality
Becoming a household name within months of releasing your first single is not something that happens every day in South Africa – especially in the dance market. But when Micasa released ‘These Streets’ to national radio at the end of 2010 their lives would change forever.