Akkedis! Mystic Boer Brandy presents Distilled episode 3 | Akkedis

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And we’re back with this week with Akkedis! Distilled is a new and exciting weekly YouTube music series of live mini concerts filmed in Pretoria. Each week we feature a South African band/artist who perform 3 songs of their choice in one live take. The show is filmed with Canon’s EOS M6, a compact, affordable mirrorless camera that can go with you anywhere, so you’ll always be ready for spontaneous stories on the streets.
Never miss a story!
https://www.canon.co.za/cameras/eos-m6/

Join the Distilled Sessions Facebook page to get updates as and when new episodes are released:
https://www.facebook.com/Distilled-sessions-at-Craft-Exchange-462171960926697/

The production is made possible by our sponsors:
Mystic Boer Brandy
https://www.facebook.com/MysticBoerBrandy/
Marshall Music
https://www.facebook.com/MarshallMusicPretoria/
Canon SA
https://www.facebook.com/CanonSouthAfrica/
and Craft Exchange.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Craft-Exchange/
The series is filmed and produced by Decibels Studios
http://www.decibels.co.za

Episode 3 – Akkedis
https://www.facebook.com/AkkedisSA/

Episode 2 features Akkedis. They can be dubbed as the stepchildren of South African rock ‘n roll. The infamous Dennis-twins, Arthur and Rudolph, strummed their first chord at the age of 12 after being exposed to everyone from Neil Young to Bob Marley. When Adrian John Graham joined the group, their sound progressed into the timeless rock sound South Africans have known and enjoyed for over two decades.

They average 4 shows a week and have no intention of slowing down anytime soon. African, reggae, blues, rock, folk, Zulu, Afrikaans, English, there’s nothing these boys can’t do.

Contact:

0826677832

akkedisband@gmail.com
akkedis

 

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